E-journal of Portuguese History

Brown University, Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies
Semestrale
ISSN: 1645-6432

Rivista on line all'indirizzo web:
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consistenza fascicoli digitali: v. I, 2003, 1-
[ 2020-2011 ] [ 2010-2003 ]

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The Lusophone World at War, 1914-1918 and Beyond

ARTICLES
Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses, Introduction: The Lusophone World at War, 1914-1918 and Beyond
Ellen W. Sapega, World War I and the Arts: The ‘Geração de Orpheu’ and the Emergence of a Cosmopolitan Avant-Garde
Sílvia Correia, The mutilated face of World War I in Portugal
Francisco Carlos Palomanes Martinho, World War One and Authoritarian Thought in the Lusophone World
Lúcia Lippi Oliveira, World War One and Brazilian Cultural Life
Ana Paula Pires, The First World War in Portuguese East Africa: Civilian and Military Encounters in the Indian Ocean
Luís Cunha, Macau between Republics: Neither War nor Peace (1914-1918)
Pedro Aires Oliveira, Portugal’s Empire in the Wake of WWI: Coping with the Challenges of Pan-Africanism and the League of Nations

SURVEYS AND DEBATES
Graça Almeida Borges, The South Atlantic and the Transatlantic Slave Trade: Review Essay

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Federico Palomo, Procurators, religious orders and cultural circulation in the Early Modern Portuguese Empire: printed works, images (and relics) from Japan in António Cardim’s journey to Rome (1644-1646)
Rossana Agostinho Nunes, Satirical poetry and religious criticism in Portugal in the late eighteenth century
Sérgio Campos Matos, Tradition and Modernity in the first Portuguese Liberal Political Culture –on the topic of the constitution
Ana Isabel Queiróz; Daniel Alves, Local responses to a global invasive species. Shifting reasons to control the Argentine ant on the Madeira archipelago (1850-2014)

SURVEYS AND DEBATES
Bruno Cardoso Reis, Two South Africans in the Portuguese Wars of Decolonization (1961-1975): it could have been better, it could have been worse

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Hélder Carvalhal, , Lineage, Marriage, and Social Mobility: the Teles de Meneses Family in the Iberian Courts (Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries)
Paulo Mourão, The Effect of the Establishment of the Portuguese Republic on the Revenue of Secular Brotherhoods—the Case of “Bom Jesus de Braga”

SURVEYS AND DEBATES
Portuguese History in a Global Context (Brown University, October 2012) (4th part)
Roquinaldo Ferreira, Taking Stock: Portuguese Imperial Historiography. Twelve years after the e-JPH Debate
Iris Kantor, Seeing the Nation through the Territory: some Historiographical Frameworks

INSTITUTIONS & RESEARCH
Karel Stanek, Michal Wanner, Count Ericeira’s Letter of 1741. A Recently Discovered Document on the History of Portuguese India in the Moravian Regional Archives in Brno

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Miguel Aguiar, Chivalry in Medieval Portugal
Maria Filomena Lopes de Barros, The Muslim Minority in the Portuguese Kingdom (1170-1496): identity and writing
David Martín Marcos, Discourse, Pragmatism and Identity: Portugal and the Partition Treaties of the Hispanic Monarchy
Luis Henrique Menezes Fernandes, Stefan Halikowski Smith, The unquiet religious backdrop to European East Indies trade: Christian polemical literature and the first Portuguese translation of the Bible, 1642-1694
Tijl Vanneste, Money Borrowing, Gold Smuggling and Diamond Mining: An Englishman in Pombaline Circles

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Ana Isabel López-Salazar, Between the Inquisition and the king: the favorites and the secretaries of State (1580-1736)
Aldair Carlos Rodrigues, Clergy, Society, and Power Relations in Colonial Brazil: On the Vicar Forane (Vigário da vara), 1745-1800
Denise A. Soares de Moura, An Expanding Mercantile Circuit in the South Atlantic in the Late Colonial Period (1796-1821)
Pedro Teixeira, A Different Canon? Education and the Economic System in the work of Rodrigues de Freitas (1840-1896)
Miguel Cardina, Repressive Dynamics and Political Subjectivities: the Case of Peniche Prison

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Inés Calderón Medina, João Paulo Martins Ferreira, Beyond the Border. The aristocratic mobility between the kingdoms of Portugal and León (1157- 1230)
António Castro Henriques, The Rise of a Tax State: Portugal, 1367-1401
Leandro Filipe Ribeiro Ferreira, Besteiros do Conto: Organization, abuses of power and irregularities during the reign of Dom João I (1385-1433)
David T. Orique, A Comparison of the Voices of the Spanish Bartolomé de Las Casas and the Portuguese Fernando Oliveira on Just War and Slavery

INSTITUTIONS AND RESEARCH
Flávio Miranda, Portuguese Traders in Atlantic Europe in the Middle Ages

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Sílvia Correia, Helena Pinto Janeiro, War Culture in the First World War: on the Portuguese Participation
Sílvia Correia, Death and Politics: The Unknown Warrior at the Center of the Political Memory of the First World War in Portugal
Miguel Santos, The Monarchics and the Great War: practices and representations of counterpropaganda
Helena Pinto Janeiro, The People in Arms in the People's Entertainment: Cinema and Political Propaganda in Portugal (1916–1917)
Cláudia Figueiredo, The Stage of Mars: Representations of the First World War and its Social Effects in Portuguese Dramaturgy

SURVEYS AND DEBATES
Portuguese History in a Global Context (Brown University, October 2012) (2nd part)
José Luís Cardoso, Jorge Borges de Macedo: Problems of the History of Portuguese Economic and Political Thought in the Eighteenth-Century
Gabriel Paquette, In the Shadow of Independence: Portugal, Brazil, and Their Mutual Influence after the End of Empire (late 1820s-early 1840s)
Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses, A.H. de Oliveira Marques and the First Republic

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Diogo Ramada Curto, The Debate on Race Relations in the Portuguese Empire and Charles R. Boxer's Position
Miriam H. Pereira, Crown, Empire, and Nation (1807-1834)
Lucia Coppolaro, Pedro Lains, Portugal and European Integration, 1947-1992: an essay on protected openness in the European Periphery

SURVEYS AND DEBATES
Onésimo T. Almeida, Portuguese History in a Global Context
Luís Adão da Fonseca, A key book about the Portuguese Fourteenth century: The English Intervention in Spain and Portugal in the Time of Edward II and Richard II by Peter E. Russell
Mafalda Soares da Cunha, The historiographical reception of A.J.R. Russell-Wood's A World on the Move: The Portuguese in Africa, Asia, and America, 1415-1808.
Nuno Gonçalo Monteiro, Maxwell, Kenneth. Pombal, Paradox of the Enlightenment. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1995. ISBN 978-0521450447

Book Reviews


Bernardo de Sá-Nogueira, Why was it nearly forgotten? The 1304 Agreda Treaty between Fernando IV of Castile and Jaume II of Aragon
Antonio Terrasa Lozano, The Last King?s "Naturais": Nobility and naturalidade in Portugal from the Fifteenth to the Seventeenth Century
Maria Ana T. Valdez, Rethinking the Fifth Empire: António Vieira and the Clavis Prophetarum
Mark Molesky, The Vicar and the Earthquake: Conflict, Controversy, and a Christening during the Great Lisbon Disaster of 1755

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Dick E. H. de Boer, On the kings of Portugal, or how an image of a far-away region came to be established in Holland
R. Warren Anderson, Inquisitorial Punishments in Lisbon and Évora
Miguel Dantas da Cruz, The diversification of Portugal's commercial relations in the late 18th century: between discourse and praxis

SURVEYS AND DEBATES
Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses, Slander, Ideological Differences, or Academic Debate? The "Verão Quente" of 2012 and the State of Portuguese Historiography

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
José Damião Rodrigues, The Flight of the Eagle: an Insular Eulogy of the Universal Iberian Monarchy at the End of the Sixteenth Century
João Paulo Salvado, An Aristocratic Economy in Portugal in the First Half of the Seventeenth Century: the House of the Marquises of Castelo Rodrigo
Richard Unger, Dutch Nautical Sciences in the Golden Age: the Portuguese Influence

Book Reviews


ARTICLES
Diego Palacios Cerezales, Embodying public opinion: from petitions to mass meetings in 19-century Portugal
Teresa Fonseca, Crown magistrates in the popular anti-French revolts. The Ferragudo uprising of 1808
P. S. Polanah, "The Zenith of our National History!"National identity, colonial empire, and the promotion of the Portuguese Discoveries: Portugal 1930s
José Miguel Sardica, The Memory of the Portuguese First Republic throughout the 20th Century

Book Reviews
Institutions and Research

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