New book series: Brazilian Studies

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new book series Brazilian Studies Series Editor: João Cezar de Castro Rocha, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro This book series aims to bring together two cultural traditions that shaped Brazil as an ‘imagined community’, to recall Benedict Anderson’s concept. On the one … Continue reading

New publication: Bernard Shaw in Brazil

In 1927, the first production of Pygmalion was staged in Brazil. At the time, over 65 per cent of the adult Brazilian population was illiterate, which makes it all the more surprising that directors and producers dared to stage such a controversial playwright – a writer who had often been rejected by the more sophisticated … Continue reading

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