New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Portuguese studies
Published by the MHRA (Modern Humanities Research Association), Portuguese studies is a “biannual multi-disciplinary journal devoted to research on the cultures, societies, and history of the Lusophone world”.
Most accessed article in the Last 3 years: Oscar Wilde, Fernando Pessoa, and the Art of Lying by Mariana de Castro.
A fragment from En veu alta, the choreographer Carolyn Carlson’s dance inspired by the poems of Fernando Pessoa. Visit also Pessoa Plural, a journal of Fernando Pessoa studies, one among many Portuguese resources featured on the Modern & Medieval Languages, Dept of Spanish and Portuguese web pages.
Access Portuguese studies via the ejournals@cambride A-Z or via this link. (Note that online access starts with Vol. 17 (2001). Archival access (back to vol. 1) is included in the JSTOR Arts & Sciences XI Collection to which the University does not yet subscribe. You can find these earlier volumes in print however on Floor 4 of the North Wing of the University Library at classmark P745.c.29.)