The Portuguese-Speaking World

Excellence in Scholarship and Learning


Sussex Library of Study — The Portuguese-Speaking World


This new series will publish high-quality scholarly books on the entire spectrum of the Portuguese-speaking world, with particular emphasis on the modern history, culture, and politics of Portugal, Brazil, and Africa. The series, which will be open to a variety of approaches, will offer fresh insights into a wide range of topics covering diverse historical and geographical contexts. Particular preferences will be given to books that reflect interdisciplinarity and innovative methodologies. The editors encourage the submission of proposals for single author as well as collective volumes.

For information and proposal submissions, please contact António Costa Pinto, Institute of Social Science, University of Lisbon, Av. Professor Anibal Betencourt 9, 1600-189 Lisbon, Portugal.


Dictatorship and the Electoral Vote
Carlos Domper Lasús

Embracing the Past, Designing the Future
Luciano Aronne de Abreu and Luís Carlos dos Passos Martins

The First Portuguese Republic
Miriam Pereira

From Lisbon to the World
George Monteiro

Inequality in the Portuguese-Speaking World
Edited by Francisco Bethencourt

Literary Censorship in Francisco Franco's Spain and Getulio Vargas' Brazil, 1936–1945
Gabriela de Lima Grecco

The Locusts
Gary Thorn

The Lusophone World
Sarah Ashby

Marcello Caetano and the Portuguese “New State”
Francisco Martinho

The Military and Political in Authoritarian Brazil
Lucia Grinberg

On Guard Against the Red Menace
Rodrigo Patto Sá Motta

The Politics of Representation
Edited by Pedro Tavares de Almeida & Javier Moreno Luzón

Politics and Religion in the Portuguese Colonial Empire in Africa (1890–1930)
Hugo Gonçalves Dores

The Portuguese at War
Nuno Severiano Teixeira

Rebuilding a Blue Nation
Álvaro Garrido