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This issue contains 23 articles in total

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  1. Contributors
  2. Introduction: ‘ReCapricorning’ the Atlantic
  3. Capoeira and Candomblé: Conformity and Resistance Through Afro-Brazilian Experience (review)
  4. Consumption Intensified: The Politics of Middle-Class Daily Life in Brazil (review)
  5. Brazil in the Making. Facets of National Identity (review)
  6. Camargo Guarnieri, Brazilian Composer: A Study of His Creative Life and Works (review)
  7. Pronouncing Brazilian Portuguese (review)
  8. Uma cidade em camadas: Ensaios sobre o romance Eles eram muitos cavalos de Luiz Ruffato (review)
  9. Central at the Margin: Five Brazilian Women Writers (review)
  10. Pilares narrativos: A construção do eu na prosa contemporânea de oito romancistas brasileiras (review)
  11. Rain Forest Literatures: Amazonian Texts and Latin American Culture (review)
  12. As promessas da história: Discursos proféticos e assimilaçãono Brasil colonial (1500–1700) (review)
  13. Creole Societies in the Portuguese Colonial Empire (review)
  14. Imagined Geographies in Portuguese and Lusophone-African Literature: Narratives of Discovery and Empire (review)
  15. Embodying Pessoa: Corporeality, Gender, Sexuality (review)
  16. Decanting the Past: Africa, Colonialism, and the New Portuguese Novel
  17. Paula Rego’s Sabotage of Tradition: ‘Visions’ of Femininity
  18. O antes e o depois: Feminilidade, classe e raça na revista Plástica e Beleza
  19. The Bastard Child of the Dictatorship: The Comando Vermelho and the Birth of “Narco-culture” in Rio de Janeiro
  20. Para africano ver: African-Bahian Exchanges in the Reinvention of Brazil’s Racial Democracy, 1961–63
  21. “Being now, as it were, one family”: Shipmate bonding on the slave vessel Emilia, in Rio de Janeiro and throughout the Atlantic World
  22. Virgem Imperial: Nossa Senhora e império marítimo português
  23. “Black Troops” and Hierarchies of Color in the Portuguese Atlantic World: The Case of Henrique Dias and His Black Regiment
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