Portuguese and Lusophone
4. Virtual resources
Análise Social is a Portuguese peer-reviewed academic journal of social science, published quarterly since 1963 by the Social Sciences Institute of the University of Lisbon. It specialises in the fields of anthropology, history, political science, and sociology.
Comparative Literature and Culture Web Journal (CLCWeb)
A peer-refereed quarterly of scholarship in the humanities and social sciences published online on the world wide web in public access by Purdue University Press.
Etnográfica is an academic journal of Social and Cultural Anthropology. It is currently published by the Centre for Research in Anthropology (CRIA), based in Lisbon, Portugal. Following a strict peer-review system, it is publishedtriannually, accepting articles in Portuguese, English, Spanish or French.
Hispanic Research Journal
Hispanic Research Journal promotes and disseminates research into the cultures of the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America, from the Middle Ages to the present day. The fields covered include literature and literary theory, cultural history and cultural studies, language and linguistics, and film and theatre studies. It publishes articles in four languages; Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, and English, and encourages, especially through its features section, debate and interaction between researchers all over the world who are working in these fields. Exclusively published online in order to promote the knowledge of poetry in Portuguese, this journal's particular interest is in contemporary authors.
Jornal de Poesia
Exclusively published online in order to promote the knowledge of poetry in Portuguese, this journal's particular interest is in contemporary authors.
This international journal of political studies in social, human and environmental sciences in Portuguese and Luso-creole is historically linked to official or national language locations, countries and communities.
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies is a multilingual interdisciplinary peer-reviewed journal that addresses the literatures and cultures of the diverse communities of the Portuguese-speaking world in terms of critical and theoretical approaches.
A multidisciplinary journal devoted to research on the cultures, societies, and history of the Lusophone world.
Project MUSE was launched in 1995 by the Johns Hopkins University Press, in collaboration with the Milton S. Eisenhower Library at Johns Hopkins University, to offer the full text of JHUP scholarly journals via the world wide web. In 1999, MUSE expanded to become a unique partnership of not-for-profit publishers, increasing its ability to offer essential periodicals in the humanities, the arts, and the social sciences. Currently, Project MUSE offers over 220 quality journal titles from 37 scholarly publishers. As one of the academic community's primary electronic periodicals resources, Project MUSE covers the fields of literature and criticism, history, the visual and performing arts, cultural studies, education, political science, gender studies, economics, and many others.
Journal published by the Cátedra Padre António Vieira, at Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RIO). Fields of study include:
- Canons and margins in Portuguese and Brazilian literature;
- Tradition and rupture in Portuguese and Brazilian literature;
- Aspects of the Portuguese language throughout its history;
- The role of the intellectual in modern and post-modern societies;
- Literature and urban experience.