Isabel Moutinho

Categoría profesional: 
Hispanista Emérito: 
Universidad/Centro de investigación: 
La Trobe University
Spanish Program (with Portuguese, Catalan and Galician)
Trabajos publicados: 
'From Eden on his Solitary Way: The Travels of Luís de Camões,' en A. Kenwood, ed., Travellers' Tales, real and imaginary, in the Hispanic World and its Literature. Melbourne and Madrid: Voz Hispánica, 1992, págs. 67-74.

'A Collapsing Empire: Cultural Decay and Personal Transformation in the Recent Work of Portuguese Women Novelists,' Romance Languages Annual, Vol.V, 1993, págs. 484-490.

'Jorge Amado's Tocaia Grande: a Frontier Novel', Romance Languages Annual, Vol. VI, 1994, págs. 551-555.

'Over the seas and faraway: cultural contact in two antipodean novels: Guilherme de Melo's Os Leões Não Dormem Esta Noite and David Malouf's Remembering Babylon.,' in M. A. Seixo, A.P. Laborinho and M.J. Meira, eds., A Vertigem do Oriente, Lisboa, ed. Cosmos, 1999, págs. 365-377.

- 'A Crónica segundo José Saramago', Revista Colóquio/Letras, nº. 151/152, 1999, págs. 81-91. Special Issue to commemorate the awarding of the 1998 Nobel Prize for Literature to José Saramago.

- 'Gestures of reconciliation: three novels of colonial war', in Mots Pluriels, refereed electronic and international journal, nº. 13, 2000 (''New African Perspectives and challenges of the future'').

'Images of Africa in contemporary narrative in Portuguese,' in M.A. Seixo, John Noyes, Graça Abreu, and Isabel Moutinho,eds., The Paths of Multiculturalism. Lisboa, ed. Cosmos, 2000.

'The colonial malaise in contemporary Portuguese fiction,' in J.Gatt-Rutter, ed., Novel Turns Towards, 2000: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Narrative Writing from Western Europe. Melbourne/Madrid, Voz Hispánica, 2000, págs. 49-62 (chapter 4).

Volume co-edited: The Paths of Multiculturalism, edited by Maria-Alzira Seixo, John Noyes, Graça Abreu e Isabel Moutinho. Lisboa, Cosmos, 2000).

A Crónica segundo José Saramago. Colóquio/Letras, 151/152, 1999. Special Issue to commemorate the awarding of the 1998 Nobel Prize for Literature to José Saramago, págs. 81-92.

Globalisation uncovered: what are the hallmarks in literature. International Journal of the Humanities, nº. 1, 2003, págs. 1513-1523.
Exile at the edges of empire. Creativity in Exile, ed. Michael Hanne. 2004.

Ana Maria da Costa Toscano e Shelley Godsland (Orgs.).'Mulheres más. Percepção e representações da mulher transgressora no mundo Luso-Hispânico'. Volume I. Porto: Universidade Fernando Pessoa, 2004.

The Colonial Wars in Contemporary Portuguese Fiction. Tamesis, 2008.

'Explorations and Discoveries, A Historical Companion to Postcolonial Literatures' - Continental Europe and its Empires, Ed(s). Prem Polar, Rajeev S. Patke, Lars Jensen, Great Britian, Edinburgh University Press, 2008.
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