restricted access   Volume 54, Number 1, 2017

Table of Contents

Note

In Memory of B. J. Barickman: Historian, Teacher, Mentor

pp. 1-8

Articles

The June 2013 Uprisings and the Waning of Lulismo in Brazil: Of Antagonism, Contradiction, and Oxymoron

pp. 9-27

Herança escravista e forma poética no Brasil: As apropriações do gênero do Marco por um cantador afrodescendente, Joaquim Francisco Santana (1877–1917)

pp. 28-54

Woman-Body-Paint: Helena Almeida and the Visual Inscription of Sexual Difference

pp. 55-77

Clean Break, Tangled Lives: December 1961 in the Goan Short Stories "Rucmá, a mulherzinha de Salém" by Maria Elsa da Rocha and "Guerra" by Sheela Kolambkar

pp. 78-101

Drummond: A arquitetura em ruínas

pp. 102-118

"Tudo se entronca": Mário de Andrade and Luis Quintanilla's Epistolary Friendship

pp. 119-137

"Meu amigo e comborço": Dimensões homoeróticas do Dom Casmurroz de Machado de Assis

pp. 138-158

Books Reviewed (Online)

The Color of Modernity: São Paulo and the Making of Race and Nation in Brazil by Barbara Weinstein (review)

pp. E1-E4

Tornando-se livre: Agentes históricos e lutas sociais no processo de abolição ed. by Maria Helena P. T. Machado, Celso Thomas Castilho (review)

p. E5

Brazil and the Dialectic of Colonization by Alfredo Bosi (review)

pp. E6-E7

Creating Carmen Miranda: Race, Camp, and Transnational Stardom by Kathryn Bishop-Sanchez (review)

pp. E8-E10

Living with Insecurity in a Brazilian Favela: Urban Violence and Daily Life by R. Ben Penglase (review)

pp. E11-E13

Virtual Orientalism in Brazilian Culture by Edward King (review)

pp. E14-E16

Machado de Assis and Female Characterization: The Novels by Earl E. Fitz (review)

pp. E17-E19

Cape Verde, Let's Go: Creole Rappers and Citizenship in Portugal by Derek Pardue (review)

pp. E20-E21

Erico Verissimo, escritor do mundo: Circulação literária, cosmopolitismo e relações interamericanas by Carlos Cortez Minchillo (review)

pp. E22-E24

Machado de Assis: A Literary Life by K. David Jackson (review)

pp. E25-E28

News and Novela in Brazilian Media: Fact, Fiction, and National Identity by Tania Cantrell Rosas-Moreno (review)

pp. E29-E31

On Emerging from Hyper-Nation: Saramago's "Historical" Trilogy by Ronald W. Sousa (review)

pp. E32-E34

Amazonian Routes: Indigenous Mobility and Colonial Communities in Northern Brazil by Heather F. Roller (review)

pp. E35-E36

Punishment in Paradise: Race, Slavery, Human Rights, and a Nineteenth-Century Brazilian Penal Colony by Peter M. Beattie (review)

pp. E37-E39

The Killing Consensus: Police, Organized Crime, and the Regulation of Life and Death in Urban Brazil by Graham Denyer Willis (review)

pp. E40-E41

Made in Brazil: Studies in Popular Music ed. by Martha Tupinambá de Ulhôa, Cláudia Azevedo, Felipe Trotta (review)

pp. E42-E43

As minas e a agulheta: romance e história em As minas de prata, de José de Alencar by Marcos Flamínio Peres (review)

pp. E44-E45

"O que transforma o mundo é a necessidade e não a utopia": Estudos sobre a utopia e a ficção em José Saramago ed. by Burghard Baltrusch (review)

pp. E46-E47

Lisbon Revisited: Urban Masculinities in Twentieth-Century Portuguese Fiction by Rhian Atkin (review)

pp. E48-E50

Mário Pedrosa Primary Documents ed. by Glória Ferreira, Paulo Herkenhoff (review)

pp. E51-E54

Hard Times in the Marvelous City: From Dictatorship to Democracy in the Favelas of Rio de Janeiro by Bryan McCann (review)

pp. E55-E57

Legacy of the Lash: Race and Corporal Punishment in the Brazilian Navy and the Atlantic World by Zachary R. Morgan (review)

pp. E58-E61

Fernando Pessoa's Shakespeare: The Invention of the Heteronyms by Mariana Gray de Castro (review)

pp. E62-E63

Brazilian Bodies and Their Choreographies of Identification: Swing Nation by Cristina F. Rosa (review)

pp. E64-E65

Cinema, Slavery, and Brazilian Nationalism by Richard A. Gordon (review)

pp. E66-E68

Challenging Social Inequality: The Landless Rural Workers Movement and Agrarian Reform in Brazil ed. by Miguel Carter (review)

pp. E69-E71

Contributors

pp. 159-160