Cities of the Lusophone World: Literature, Culture and Urban Transformations, ed., Doris Wieser and Ana Filipa Prata (Oxford and New York: Peter Lang, 2018.
Table of Contents:
Eduardo Gageiro's Lisbons / Isabel Branco
Urban narratives in black and white. Ethnography and fiction in Lisboa, na Cidade Negra, by Jean-Yves Loude / Ana Filipa Prata
The Bom Fim District of Porto Alegre and its marginal identities in the work of Moacyr Scliar / Anne Burgert
Island of Mozambique: Narratives from a contact zone / Ana Mafalda Leite, Jessica Falconi
Beyond the script: how the Macau's literary festival has updated the myth of the open city / Monica Simas
"Um camarote para a CRIL?": suburban spaces and transculturality in Pedro Vieira's Última paragem Massamá / Luís Pimenta-Lopes
"Nóis é ponte e atravessa qualquer rio": the marginal literature movement and the margins of São Paulo, literature and the nation / Ingrid Hapke
Speaking for the voiceless? Luanda in Angolan literature about the civil war's refugees / Júlia Garraio
Agualusa's Luanda: the African metropolis as dystopia in Barroco tropical / Christian Grünnagel
Postimperial Lisbon / Paulo de Medeiros
Contesting present-day Lisbon through art. Neoliberal city and cultural resistance / Cristina Martínez-Tejero
Urban transformations in Maputo After Independence: Crónica da Rua 513.2, by João Paulo Borges Coelho / Doris Wieser
Caught between local and global, rural and urban. How comic artists approach the dynamics of urban development / Janek Scholz.