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Lusophone Language, Literature and Culture: History

Use this guide to aid your research in Portuguese, Brazilian and Lusophone Africa Studies

Selected Books

The Cambridge History of Africa. 8 vols. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, c1982-

Early Brazil : a documentary collection to 1700 / edited by Stuart B. Schwartz ; translated by Clive Willis and Stuart B. Schwartz. Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010. ALEX F2524.E275 2010

Nenhum Brasil existe, pequena enciclopédia / João Cezar de Castro Rocha, organizador ; com a colaboracão de Valdei Lopes de Araujo. Rio de Janeiro : UniverCidade Editora : Topbooks, 2003. ALEX F2510.N45 2003

O Brasil dos brasilianistas : um guia dos estudos sobre o Brasil nos Estados Unidos, 1945-2000 / Rubens Antônio Barbosa, Marshall C. Eakin, Paulo Roberto de Almeida, (organizadores). [São Paulo] : Paz e Terra, 2002. ALEX F2520.7.B727 2002

Envisioning Brazil : a guide to Brazilian studies in the United States, 1945-2003 / edited by Marshall C. Eakin and Paulo Roberto de Almeida. Madison : University of Wisconsin Press, c2005. ALEX F2520.7.E58 2005

A history of postcolonial Lusophone Africa / Patrick Chabal ; with David Birmingham ... [et al.]. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, 2002. ALEX DT36.7.C48 2002b

Call Number Ranges for Lusophone History

DP501 - DP802 Portugal 
F2501 - F2659 Brazil     
DT1251 - DT1465 Angola
DT671.C2  Cape Verde
DT620 - DT620.9 Equatorial Guinea
DT613 - DT613.9 Guinea-Bissau
DT3291 - DT3415 Mozambique
DT615 - DT615.9 Sao Tome & Principe
DS646.5 - DS646.59 East Timor

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