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Eulália Maria Lahmeyer Lobo, Imigração Portuguesa no Brasil São Paulo: Hucitec, 2001, 367 pp., ISBN 85-271-0566-7

Gilda Santos (ed.), Brasil e Portugal: 500 anos de enlaces e desenlaces Rio de Janeiro: Real Gabinete Português de Leitura, 2 vols., special numbers 17 and 18 of the review Convergência Lusíada, 2000/2001, 407 and 365 pp., ISSN 1414-0381

John F. Laidlar, Portugal, World Bibliographical Series, Volume 71 Oxford: ABC-CLIO Ltd., 2000, lv + 295 pp., ISBN 1-85109-331-1

Daniele Conversi, The Basques, the Catalans and Spain: Alternative Routes to Nationalist Mobilisation London: Hurst, 1997, xx + 312 pp., ISBN 1-85065-268-6. Paperback edition, Reno: University of Nevada, 2000, ISBN 0-87417-362-0

Michael T. Newton and Graham J. Shields, Studying and Working in Spain Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2001, xviii + 300 pp., ISBN 0-7190-5472-9 (hardback), 0-7190-5473-7 (paperback)

Herbert R. Southworth, Conspiracy and the Spanish Civil War: The Brainwashing of Francisco Franco London and New York: Routledge, 2002, xviii + 249 pp., ISBN 0415-22781-X

Fernando Rosas (ed.), Portugal e a Transição para a Democracia (1974-1976) Lisboa: Edições Colibri, 1999, 373 pp., ISBN 972-772-107-9

Paul Buck, Lisbon: A Cultural and Literary Companion, Foreword by Jean-Pierre Faye, Cities of the Imagination series Oxford: Signal Books, 2002, 246 pp., ISBN 1-902669-34-7 (hardback), ISBN 1-902669-35-5 (paperback)

Shelley Godsland and Anne M. White (eds.), Cultura popular: Studies in Spanish and Latin American Popular Culture Berne: Peter Lang AG, 2002, 295 pp., ISBN 3-906766-96-9

Ann McFall and Kent Sproule, Interpreting Spanish: Advanced Language Skills London: Routledge, 2001; student handouts, 143 pp., ISBN 0-415-24684-9; tutor’s book, 137 pp., ISBN 0-415-24682-2; book, handouts and cassettes ISBN 0-415- 12561-8

Heloísa Paulo, ‘Aqui Também é Portugal’: A Colónia Portuguesa do Brasil e o Salazarismo Coimbra: Quarteto, 2000, 624 pp. ISBN 972-8535-42-2

António Costa Pinto, O Fim do Império Português Lisbon: Horizonte, 2001, 112 pp., ISBN 972-24-1147-0

Document Type: Book Review

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/ijis.16.2.115/0

Affiliations: 1: Dickinson College, USA 2: University of Bristol 3: Instituto Politécnico da Guarda, Portugal 4: Institut d’Estudis Catalans, Barcelona 5: University of Cambridge 6: University of Glasgow 7: King’s College, University of London 8: Trinity & All Saints, Leeds 9: Oxford Brookes University 10: University of Manchester

Publication date: October 1, 2003

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  • The International Journal of Iberian Studies (IJIS) is the academic journal for scholars from around the world whose research focuses on contemporary Spain and Portugal from a range of disciplinary perspectives. IJIS is interested in history (20th century onwards), government and politics; foreign policy and international relations.
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