LusoGlobe – a research site for students of the Portuguese-speaking world

LusoGlobe is a site run by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at
Ohio State University, which lists and describes ongoing research projects
worldwide in the field of Portuguese/Brazilian/Luso-African/Luso-Asian
studies.
Homepage:
http://sppo.osu.edu/portuguese/lusoglobe/default.cfm
List of abstracts, with links where relevant to on-line texts:
http://sppo.osu.edu/portuguese/lusoglobe/abstracts.cfm

You will now find on the abstracts page
brief descriptions of four of my own projects,
with links to the full on-line texts:
– Harold Bloom and Portugal (and Catalonia)
– José Saramago and George Orwell
– Bob Dylan in Brazil
– J.K. Rowling in Porto.
In all cases the texts can also be accessed via my own site, Yatra:
http://www.geocities.com/christopherrollason

I do recommend those interested in Lusophone studies to look at LusoGlobe’s
full list of projects: there really is a large amount of rewarding material
synthesised there.

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