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Título: Empire Building and Modernity
Autor: Serras, Adelaide Meira, 1955-
Faria, Luísa Leal de, 1948-
Baptista, Cristina
Gomes, Carla Larouco
Malafaia, Maria Teresa
Mendes, Ana Cristina
Ramos, Iolanda
Sardica, José Miguel
Silva, Elisabete Mendes
Simões-Ferreira, Isabel
Palavras-chave: British empire
18th-20th centuries
Data: 2011
Editora: Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa
Citação: Serras, Adelaide Meira (Org.). Empire Building and Modernity. Lisboa: CEAUL-ULICES, 2011. 168 p., ISBN: 978-972-8886-17-2.
Resumo: Following the organization, in 2009, of the first conference on The British Empire: Ideology, Perspectives, Perception, the Research Group dedicated to Culture Studies at the University of the Lisbon Centre for English Studies organized, in 2010, a second conference under the general title Empire Building and Modernity. This conference constitutes the second part of a three year project undertaken by the group, which will be followed, in 2011, by a third initiative, called Reviewing Imperial Conflicts. The proceedings of the second conference are now presented in this book. Empire Building and Modernity gives a larger scope to the original project, which was developed more strictly around the British Empire, and provides the opportunity to deal with questions related to the formation of modern European empires, namely the Portuguese Colonial Empire. The different chapters in this book reveal a variety of approaches that are very often at the cutting edge of the methodologies adopted in cultural studies, particularly in the field of post-colonial studies. The building of new perceptions on imperial issues interpreted through literature, the visual arts, history and political science, the role of museums, questions of gender and race and the construction of identity through language constitute the guidelines of the contributions presented in this volume. I hope you will enjoy reading it as much as we enjoyed discussing the issues that contributed to its making.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/10861
ISBN: 978-972-8886-17-2
Versão do Editor: http://www.ulices.org/outros-volumes/blog.html
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