TOC: Journal of Romance Studies (Volume 16, Issue 2)

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Dear Colleague,

The latest issue of Journal of Romance Studies is titled "Portuguese film: Colony, postcolony, memory."

This Special Issue has its origins in a symposium hosted by the Institute for Modern Languages Research (IMLR) in London, January 2016. The symposium, 'Portuguese film: Colony, postcolony, memory,' aimed to investigate scholarly engagement with the colonial and postcolonial in Portuguese cinema.

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www.berghahnjournals.com/romance-studies

VOLUME 16, ISSUE 2

SPECIAL ISSUE: Portuguese Film: Colony, Postcolony, Memory
Guest Editors: Sally Faulkner and Mariana Liz

Introduction
Portuguese film: Colony, postcolony, memory
Sally Faulkner and Mariana Liz
http://bit.ly/2lzcPS1

Articles
Lovers, not fighters: Left politics and brandos costumes in Capitães de Abril
Mark Sabine
http://bit.ly/2kQV3tr

Intermedial dialogue in A Costa dos Murmúrios / The Murmuring Coast (Lídia Jorge 1988 / Margarida Cardoso 2004): Novel, photography, film
Sally Faulkner and Ana Martins
http://bit.ly/2kXGoiu

Filming ethnographic Portugal: Miguel Gomes and the last taboo
Hilary Owen
http://bit.ly/2lzmZ4O

Out of the labyrinth?: Television memories of revolution and return in contemporary Portugal
Alison Ribeiro de Menezes
http://bit.ly/2l2bKnJ

Archives, memory and colonial resistance in the work of the Portuguese filmmakers Margarida Cardoso and Filipa César
Antônio M. da Silva
http://bit.ly/2kbZja1
Reviews
Conference and workshop reviews
Dominic Glynn, Katia Pizzi and Deborah Madden
http://bit.ly/2lsBj2h

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