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Fintar o destino: between the colonial bond and a postcolonial double-bind (2018)
Journal Article
Miranda, R. (2018). Fintar o destino: between the colonial bond and a postcolonial double-bind. Portuguese Studies, 34(2), (148-166). doi:10.5699/portstudies.34.2.0148. ISSN 0267-5315

The article addresses Fernando Vendrell’s Fintar o destino [Dribbling Fate] (1998) by considering the appropriation of sports by the Portuguese Estado Novo’s colonialist ideology and policies (inspired by Gilberto Freyre’s lusotropicalist theories).... Read More about Fintar o destino: between the colonial bond and a postcolonial double-bind.

Paris and the birth of the modern fantastic during the nineteenth century (2017)
Journal Article
Garcia, P. (2017). Paris and the birth of the modern fantastic during the nineteenth century. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture, 19(1), (1-11). doi:10.7771/1481-4374.2875. ISSN 1481-4374

In her article "Paris and the Birth of the Modern Fantastic during the Nineteenth Century" Patricia Garcia discusses the unprecedented growth of Europe's urban centers during the nineteenth century in relation to the realist novel and takes urban and... Read More about Paris and the birth of the modern fantastic during the nineteenth century.

'El Lope era un figura': Fingiendo lo verdadero (2016)
Book
(2016). 'El Lope era un figura': Fingiendo lo verdadero. In C. C. Cascajosa Virino (Ed.), Dentro de El ministerio del tiempoLeeme

El Ministerio del Tiempo, que emplea la herramienta de la fantasía –los viajes en el tiempo–, y la mezcla de humor, didacticismo histórico y el planteamiento de un dilema ético para activar al espectador. Y está claro que lo han logrado, ya que Lope... Read More about 'El Lope era un figura': Fingiendo lo verdadero.

Reformers and revolutionaries: the battle for the working classes in Gibraltar and its hinterland, 1902-1921 (2018)
Journal Article
Grocott, C. A., Stockey, G., & Grady, J. (2018). Reformers and revolutionaries: the battle for the working classes in Gibraltar and its hinterland, 1902-1921. Labor History, 59(6), 692-719. doi:10.1080/0023656X.2018.1470064

This article examines labour organisation in Gibraltar and its hinterland from c.1902-1921. It demonstrates that the traditionally strong links which had existed between organisations in Gibraltar and neighbouring Spain - links based upon a shared be... Read More about Reformers and revolutionaries: the battle for the working classes in Gibraltar and its hinterland, 1902-1921.

‘Liberdade, Igualdade, Fraternidade ou a Morte?’: extravios do post(al) colonial em Nação Crioula (2014)
Journal Article
Gonçalves Miranda, R. (2014). ‘Liberdade, Igualdade, Fraternidade ou a Morte?’: extravios do post(al) colonial em Nação Crioula. Via Atlantica, 147-164

This article aims to contest oedipal readings and the emphasis on symbols (utopian, heterotopian) which reduce the pluridimensionality of the "Postal" AND "Postal Politics" (BENNINGTON) on creole's (Post-/Neo)colonial spacing of the South Atlantic. A... Read More about ‘Liberdade, Igualdade, Fraternidade ou a Morte?’: extravios do post(al) colonial em Nação Crioula.

Meyerbeer's "L'Africaine": French grand opera and the Iberian exotic (2007)
Journal Article
Andrews, J. (2007). Meyerbeer's "L'Africaine": French grand opera and the Iberian exotic. Modern Language Review, 102(1),

Meyerbeer's grand opera L'Africaine (1865) tells the story of the sixteenth-century Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama's triumphant journey back from the east African coast and his love for an African slave. It raises questions relating to the repres... Read More about Meyerbeer's "L'Africaine": French grand opera and the Iberian exotic.

Federico García Lorca y el cine (2015)
Journal Article
Roberts, S. G. (2015). Federico García Lorca y el cine. Europe -Paris- Revue Litteraire Mensuelle-, 93(1032),

This article analyses Federico García Lorca's relationship with cinema, taking into account not only his screenplays but also his incorporation into his drama and poetic works of techniques borrowed from cinema.

"Why did they take down the pictures?": conspicuous absences and "la historia de algo más" in Roberto Bolaño's Estrella Distante. (2017)
Book Chapter
Gonçalves Miranda, R. (2017). "Why did they take down the pictures?": conspicuous absences and "la historia de algo más" in Roberto Bolaño's Estrella Distante. In M. Grass Kleiner, A. Sharman, A. M. Lorusso, & S. Savoini (Eds.), MemoSur/MemoSouth: memory, commemoration and trauma in post-dictatorship Argentina and ChileCritical, Cultural and Communications Press