Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies

Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies (PLCS) is an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes original research related to the literatures and cultures of the diverse communities of the Portuguese-speaking world from a broad range of academic, critical and theoretical approaches.

Titles (arranged by year of publication)

Luso-American Literatures and Cultures Today 2019
Ocean Crossings 2019
Transnational Africas
Visual, Material and Sonic Cultures of Lusophone Africa
Fernando Pessoa as English Reader and Writer 2015
The South Atlantic, Past and Present 2014
Literary Histories in Portuguese 2014
Lusofonia and Its Futures 2013
Economies of Relation
Money and Personalism in the Lusophone World
Garrett’s Travels Revisited 2012
Facts and Fictions of António Lobo Antunes 2011
Parts of Asia 2010
Remembering Angola 2010
A Repertoire of Contemporary Portuguese Poetry 2008
The Other Nineteenth Century 2007
Vitorino Nemésio and the Azores 2007
The Author as Plagiarist -- The Case of Machado de Assis 2005
Reevaluating Mozambique 2003
Post-Imperial Camões 2002
Cape Verde
Language, Literature, and Music
On Saramago 2001
Brazil 2001
A Revisionary History of Brazilian Literature and Culture
Lídia Jorge in other words / por outras palavras 1999
Fronteiras / Borders 1998