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1Friday 8th September

9.00 – 9.25

Conference registration (Reception, The edge Hub)

9.25 – 10.30

Welcome remarks and Plenary: Thomas Earle (introduced by Juliet Perkins): Inês de Castro: a Portuguese national myth.

(High Tor 2)


Coffee break (Bar, The Edge)

11 - 1 p.m.

High Tor 2

High Tor 3

High Tor 4

Panel 1: Transnational perspectives

Chair: Claire Williams

Daniel Mandur Thomaz (University of Oxford): A counter-Ethnology: the British “exoticism” through the eyes of Antônio Callado

David Brookshaw (University of Bristol): Literary appropriation and translation: two novels featuring Macau

Suzan Bozhurt (Utrecht University): From Screen to Paper: Contemporary Women Writers in Portugal and their use of Digital Media as a Publishing Forum.

Panel 2: Sources, editions, and censorship

Chair: Thomas Earle

Stephen Parkinson (University of Oxford): The Blessed Virgin cheats at dice: Cantiga 214 and the Alfonsine miracle kitchen

André Barros Penafiel (University of Oxford): Towards a Bibliographical Study of Os Lusíadas, 1572

Juliet Perkins (King’s College, London): Fernão Lopes and Livy

Phoebe Oliver (University of Warwick): Acting in good faith: censors and their practices in shaping Portuguese literary culture (1807-1815)

TROPO UK Workshop: Por uma abordagem simbiótica entre língua e estudos culturais: reflexões teórico-práticas sobre o ensino de Português no contexto universitário britânico.
Antônio Márcio da Silva (University of Surrey), Ana Souza, Regina Duarte (Instituto Camões), Ana Reimão (University of Liverpool) e Sofia Martinho (University of Leeds) (TROPO UK – The Association of Teachers and Researchers of Portuguese Language in the UK)

1 – 2 p.m.

Lunch break (Bar, The Edge)

High Tor 2

High Tor 3

High Tor 4

2 - 3.30 p.m.

Panel 4: Queer themes in popular culture

Chair: Anneliese Hatton

Paulo Pepe (Queen’s University, Belfast): The Queer Pluralities of Bernardo Santareno’s Theatre.

Antônio Márcio da Silva (University of Surrey): Enviadecendo intimacy: resisting (gay) heteronormativity in Brazilian queer funk videos.

Mark Sabine (University of Nottingham): Queer macbistas and bottoms with balls: The queer masculinity of Ary dos Santos.

Panel 5: Slavery, the Portuguese ‘Hebrew Nation’ and Freedom in the Atlantic: Political, Economic and Religious Perspectives from the 16th to 18th Centuries

Chair: Carmen Ramos Villar

José Ligna Nafafé (University of Bristol): Lourenço da Silva Mendonça’s Enslaved Africans Abolition Discourse: Network with the Portuguese ‘Hebrew Nation’ in the Atlantic, 1673-1686.

Carla Vieira (CHAM, FCSH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa): Narrativas de Liberdade. Perspectivas sobre a Diáspora Sefardita no Atlântico segundo as Memórias de Judeus Portugueses (Século XVIII).

Sandra Neves Silva (Universidade Nova de Lisboa): Liberdade, Estrelas e Destinos Políticos: a Luz Pequena Lunar e Estelífera e o Foetus Astrologicus do neojudeu Manuel Bocarro Francês e Rosales (c.1588-1662?)

Panel 6: REBRAC (Rede Europeia de Brasilianistas de Análise Cultural) "Cordiality and Intimacy in Brazilian Culture" (panel 1)

Chair: Lúcia Sá

Jane-Marie Collins (University of Nottingham): Parroting the past: historical continuity and change through cultures of cruelty in Brazil.

Gui Perdigão Murta (University of Oxford): The Cordial Maid: the representation of servants in Brazilian adaptations of Eça de Queirós.

Claire Williams (University of Oxford): Who do you Think you Are? Finding and Foregrounding Forebears in Contemporary Brazilian Fiction.

3.30 - 4 p.m.

Coffee break (Bar, The Edge)

4 – 4.45 pm

Second plenary speaker: Hilary Owen (University of Manchester & University of Oxford) (introduced by Cláudia Pazos Alonso): “Monsters, Mutants and Maternity: The Politics of the Posthuman in the Cinema of Teresa Villaverde, Solveig Nordlund and Raquel Freire.”
(High Tor 2)

5 – 6.45 p.m.


(High Tor 2)

Including a presentation from TROPO UK (The Association of Teachers and Researchers of Portuguese Language in the UK)


Wine Reception (Dining room, The Edge)

7.30 p.m.

Conference dinner (Dining Room, The Edge)

Saturday 9th September

9.30 – 10.30 a.m.

Third Plenary speaker: Lisa Shaw (University of Liverpool) (introduced by Stephanie Dennison): Afro-Brazilian performance on Rio de Janeiro’s popular stages from the 1880s to the long 1920s

(High Tor 2)

10.30 – 11.30

High Tor 2

High Tor 3

High Tor 4

Panel 7: Angolan literature

Chair: Phillip Rothwell

Vincenzo Cammarata (King’s College, London): Spiritualism and decolonisation in Angolan Literature.

Dorothee Boulanger (King’s College, London): Marxism as Witchcraft? Suspicion, accusation and auto-crítica in 1980s Angolan Novels.

Panel 8: Cultural interventions

Chair: Tracy Margaret Mary O’Connor

Alexandra Reza (University of Oxford): Anti-colonial aesthetics at the Casa Dos Estudantes Do Império.

David Wood (University of Sheffield): ‘Todos nós, para eles, somos macacos’: Brazilian Football and the Notion of Racial Democracy.

Panel 9: Marginalised Subjectivities

Chair: Mark Sabine

Anneliese Hatton (University of Nottingham): Man’s best friend? The subjugation and elevation of the status of animals in the novels of Valter Hugo Mãe.

Gustavo Infante (University of Bristol): The post-colonial madhouse: hell, recollection, and remedies for the soul.

11 – 12 p.m.

Coffee break (Bar, The Edge)

12 – 1.30

High Tor 2

High Tor 3

High Tor 4

Panel 10: REBRAC (Rede Europeia de Brasilianistas de Análise Cultural) "Cordiality and Intimacy in Brazilian Culture" (panel 2)

Chair: Lisa Shaw

Stephanie Dennison (University of Leeds): Exploding the Myth of Brazilian Cordiality: The Films of Kleber Mendonça Filho.

Rachel Randall (University of Oxford): “Que horas ela volta?”: Affect, Motherhood and Middle-Class Guilt in Contemporary Brazilian Film.

Tori Holmes (Queen’s University, Belfast): Futuro Junho: Documenting the Brazilian conjuncture of 2013, and its aftermath.

Panel 11: How does the empire write back?

Chair: Gustavo Infante

Emanuelle Santos (University of Warwick): Late Postcoloniality: The Postcolonial Condition in the Aftermath of Independence in Portuguese-speaking Africa.

Tom Stennett (University of Oxford): Flexible/Moldable Figures of Resistance: Strategic Essentialisms in the Poetry of Noémia de Sousa and Ana Paula Tavares.

Ana Margarida Dias Martins (University of Exeter): Teresa Margarida da Silva Orta (1711-1793): a minor transnational of the Brown Atlantic.

Panel 12: Slavery, the Portuguese ‘Hebrew Nation’ and Freedom in the Atlantic: Political, Economic and Religious Perspectives from the 16th to 18th Centuries (part 2)

Chair: José Ligna Nafafé

Angelo Adriano Faria de Assis (Universidade Federal de Viçosa): Do porteiro ao papa, todos têm os seus vícios! Senhor de Engenho, largo em seu negociar, contratador dos dízimos reais, traficante de escravos, comerciante e perseguido pela inquisição: a trajetória do cristão-novo João Nunes Correia.

Ylan de Mattos (Universidade Estadual Paulista): “Quando aqui entrei tinha dúvidas, hoje tenho certezas”: o criptojudaísmo possível da escrava Mariana de Andrade (Rio de Janeiro, século XVIII).

1.30 – 2.30

Lunch break (Bar, The Edge)

2.30 – 4

High Tor 2

High Tor 3

High Tor 4

Panel 13: Media and society

Chair: David Brookshaw

Margarida Rendeiro (CHAM Universidade Nova de Lisboa / Universidade Lusíada de Lisboa): Are there any seeds of the Revolution left in the garden? Memory and Utopia in Portuguese Cinema 40 Years later.

Álvaro André Zeini Cruz (University of Leeds/Unicamp, Brazil): Telenovelas: a source of gossip

Panel 14: Re-writing the writer

Chair: Conceição Pereira

Pedro Marques (Instituto Camões): Os lugares do morto – o que faz Eça na literatura portuguesa contemporânea?

Victor K. Mendes (University Massachussetts Dartmouth): Lying in Portuguese (Pessoa and Derrida)

Panel 15: PG and Early career development session

Led by Hilary Owen, Phillip Rothwell, Lúcia Sá and Carmen Ramos Villar

4 – 4.30

Coffee Break (Bar, The Edge)

4.30 – 5.30

High Tor 2

High Tor 3

High Tor 4

Panel 16: Lusophone cinema

Chair: Dorothee Boulanger

Katy Stewart (University of Sheffield): African-Brazilian Cinematic Connections: Zózimo Bulbul, FESPACO, and Encontros de Cinema Negro.

Maria Luísa Coelho (CeHum Universidade do Minho / University of Oxford): At the movies: Paula Rego and Ana Hatherly’s transcultural dialogue with cinema.

Tracy Margaret Mary O'Connor (Queen’s University, Belfast): Listening to the Silence: The Question of Voice in Licínio de Azevedo’s Hóspedes da noite (2007).

Panel 17: Political interventions

Chair: David Wood

Phillip Rothwell (University of Oxford): Cármen de Araújo Pereira and the feminine Singular.

Conceição Pereira (Newcastle University): Rir com a crise? As crónicas de Ricardo Araújo Pereira.

Panel 18: Revisioning in writing practises

Chair: Paddy Scott

Cláudia Pazos Alonso (University of Oxford): Far From Placid: Women Writing in 1860s Portugal

Debbie Madden (University of Sheffield): Writing the Republic: Women Writing Politics and the Politics of Women’s Writing in Early Twentieth-Century Portugal.

Margaret Anne Clarke (Open University): Maria Câmara Bormann and the Künstlerroman: challenging the traditions of Brazilian literary historiography


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