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Selected publications



Editorial Work

Articles and Essays

  • “Insidious invisibilities: World literature, ‘race’ and resistance”. Khan, Sheila, Can Nazir Ahmed, and Machado, Helena (eds.). Racism and Surveillance: Modernity Matters. Oxford: Routledge, 2022. 132- 149. DOI: 10.4324/9781003014300-8.
  • "Dialética da Periferia: Formas de Resistência na Literatura-Mundial"Link opens in a new window (Dialectic of the Periphery: Forms of Resistance in World-Literature). Via Atlântica 40 (2021): 215-260. DOI: 10.11606/va.i40.190016.
  • "Afro-política, (pós-)memória, pertença: Apontamentos para uma outra Europa". In A Cena da Pós-Memória: O presente do passado na Europa pós-colonial. Ed. António Sousa Ribeiro. Porto: Edições Afrontamento, 2021. 133-144.
  • “Memory’s Ransom: Silences, Postmemory, Cinema.” ABRIL (UFF, Niterói) 13.27 (2021): 45-60.
  • 'Introduction: Situating Lusophone African Cinema' (with Livia Apa). Medeiros, Paulo de, and Livia Apa (eds.). Contemporary Lusophone African Film: Transnational Communities and Alternative ModernitiesLink opens in a new window. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. ISBN: 9780367134976. 1-14.
  • 'Lusophone African cinema as world cinema'. Medeiros, Paulo de and Livia Apa (eds.). Contemporary Lusophone African Film: Transnational Communities and Alternative ModernitiesLink opens in a new window. London and New York: Routledge, 2021. ISBN: 9780367134976. 15-32.
  • 'Introduction: Fernando Pessoa and translation'. With Jerónimo Pizarro. Fernando Pessoa and Translation. Special Issue of The Translator, 26.4 (2020). pp. 317-323.
  • 'Mia Couto and the Antinomies of World-Literature'. The Worlds of Mia Couto. Kristian Van Haesendonck (ed.). Oxford: Peter Lang, 2020. 11-31.
  • 'Da ausência: Apontamentos para uma leitura materialista de Pessoa'. Vecchi, Roberto, and Russo, Vincenzo, (eds.). A Teoria Gentil. Lisboa: Glaciar, 2020, 95-108.
  • 'Herança de sombras: Memória, Pós-Memória e Responsabilidade em Os Memoráveis de Lídia Jorge'. Colóquio-Letras 205. 2020. pp. 79-97.
  • 'Transnational Pessoa'. In: Transnational Portuguese Studies. Owen, Hilary and Williams, Claire, (eds.). Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2020. pp. 299-316. ISBN 9781789621396.
  • 'Caring for the Sacred Heart : Eliete, memory, and (im)possible returns, or a politics of banality.' Portuguese Studies, 36.1 (2020): pp. 32-48. doi:10.5699/portstudies.36.1.0032
  • 'Détection, damage and resistance : on Sara Gran's Claire DeWitt's novels'. In: Sampaio, Maria de Lurdesand Villas-Boas, Gonçalo, (eds.) Cherchez les femmes: estudos de literatura policial. Porto: Afrontamento, 2020, pp. 279-296. ISBN 9789723618150.
  • 'Fernando Pessoa, Singularity, and World Literature', in A Companion to World Literature, Ed. Ken Seigneurie, Wiley-Blackwell, 2020.
  • 'The drowning of time : ecological catastrophe, dialectics, and allegorical realism in João Paulo Borges Coelho's Ponta Gea and Água: uma novela rural'. In: Brugioni, Elena, Grossegesse, Orlando, and de Medeiros, Paulo, (eds.) A Companion to João Paulo Borges Coelho. Rewriting the (Post)Colonial Remains. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2020, pp. 219-247.
  • 'Beauty, power, and desire: Notes on Ana Luísa Amaral’s poetics' Journal of Romance Studies 19.3 (2019): 469-485.
  • 'Poetry, Resistance, World-Literature: Adília Lopes and Marie Buck. e-Lyra 14. December 2019, 119-140.

ISSN 2182-8954.

  • '11 1/2 Teses sobre o conceito de Literatura-Mundial' ('11 1/2 Thesis on the Concept of World-Literature'). Via Atlântica 35 (2019): 307-331.
  • 'Lusophone Cinemas in Transnational Perspective' In: Leite, Ana Mafalda and Owen, Hilary and Sapega, Ellen W and Secco, Tindó, (eds.) Postcolonial Nation and Narrative III: Literature & Cinema. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2019, pp. 21-34. ISBN 978-1-78707-581-8.
  • “‘Exit Ghost’: Reading Lusotropicalism as Fetish (with Adorno)”. Portuguese Studies Review(Canada) 26.1 (2018): 247-271.
  • “Lusophony or the Haunted Logic of Postempire”. In Lusotopie, Lusotopia, Lusotopy. Concepts et pratiques – Conceitos e práticas – Concepts and Practices. Eds. Irène dos Santos and Michel Cahen, Lusotopie, XVII (2), 2018. 227-247.
  • "Translation and Cosmopolitanism". In Translation and World Literature. Ed. Susan Bassnett. London: Routledge, 2019. 60-74.
  • “Postimperial Lisbon”. In Cities of the Lusophone World: Literature, Culture, and Urban Transformations. Eds. Doris Wieser and Ana Filipa Prata. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2018. 195-215.
  • "Review Essay: World Literature". Journal of European Studies 48.1 (2018); 69-75. Article first published online: January 30, 2018; Issue published: March 1, 2018
  • “Future’s Past: Reading Vergílio Ferreira’s Carta ao Futuro Today”Link opens in a new window. Santa Barbara Portuguese Studies (Digital Series) 1(2017): 1-15.
  • “Lusophonistik” (69-70); “Portugiesischsprachige Literatur” (381-385); Anhang: Portugal” (420-423). In Handbuch Postkolonialismus und Literatur. Eds. Dirk Göttsche, Axel Dunker, Gabriele Dürbeck. Stuttgart: J. B. Metzler, 2017.
  • "Post-imperial Nostalgia and Miguel Gomes’ Tabu", Interventions, 18:2(2016): 203-216, DOI: 10.1080/1369801X.2015.1106963
  • "Another Country, Another Time: Notes on Pascal Mercier's Nachzug nach Lissabon and an Idea of EuropeLink opens in a new window". Cadernos de Literatura Comparada 34 (2016): 245-263.
  • “’What the Hammer? What the Anvil?’ Ana Luísa Amaral’s Poetry”. Introduction to The Art of Being a Tiger: Poems by Ana Luísa Amaral. Transl. By Margaret Jull Costa. Oxford: Aris & Phillips, Oxbow Books, 2016.
  • "Catastrophe Culture". Hazardous Future: Disaster, Representation and the Assessment of Risk. Eds. Isabel Capeloa Gil and Christoph Wulf. Berlin, Munich, Boston: de Gruyter, 2015. 19-30.
  • "Phantom Counterfeits: Credit and Betrayal in a (Post)-Modern Polity". The Cultural Life of Money. Eds. Isabel Capeloa Gil and Helena Gonçalves da Silva. Berlin, Boston: de Gruyter, 2015. 121-130.
  • Blindness, Invisibility, and the Negative Inheritance of World Literature”. Modern Language Quarterly, 74.2 (2013), 277-292.
  • “Notes Towards a (More) Cosmopolitan History of European Literature”. European Review 21.2 (2013): 281-291.
  • “Literatura e Resistência”. Dedalus: Revista da Associação Portuguesa de Literatura Comparada 16 (2012), 101-119.
  • “Consenting to be Wrecked”. Special Issue on Psychoanalysis and Portuguese Studies. Guest editors Paulo de Medeiros and Hilary Owen. Journal of Romance Studies 11.3 (2011): 91-107.
  • “A Failure of the Imagination? Questions for a Post-Imperial Europe”. Moving Worlds: A Journal of Transcultural Writings, 11.2 (2011): 91-101.
  • “Shifting Borders”. Journal of Romance Studies 11.1 (2011): 98-111.