This special issue volume of the Portuguese Studies Review in honor of Ursula Lamb (1914-1996) presents studies by Timothy Coates, A.J.R. Russell-Wood, Ivana Elbl, Alberto Vieira, Martin Malcolm Elbl, Gerardo A. Lorenzino, CAcsar Braga-Pinto, Geraldo Pieroni, JanaAsna Amado, Mark Cooper Emerson, Ernst Pijning, and Kirsten Shultz. The studies explore the themes of settlement, colonization, ethnogenesis, banishment and exile, the intellectual and political construction of colonial identities, cross-cultural urbanism, and regulation of commerce. The volume also includes a bibliography of Ursula Lamb's works.... see for example Eli Hirsch, The Concept of Identity (New York: Oxford University Press, 1982) Manuel Castells, The power of identity (Malden: Blackwell, 1997); Peter Unger, Identity, Consciousness, and Value (New York: Oxford Universityanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Evolution of the Portuguese Atlantic: Essays in Honour of Ursula Lamb|
|Author||:||Timothy J. Coates|
|Publisher||:||Baywolf Press - 2009-09-30|