Everton V. Machado is Senior Lecture of the Faculty of Letters of the University of Lisbon (FLUL). Vice-dirctor of the Centre of Comparative Studies (CEC). Member of the Scientific Commission of the Post-Graduation Program in Portuguese Foreign Language/Second Language. Professor of the Master and Doctoral Programs in Comparative Studies and in Portuguese Language and Culture. Doctorate in Comparative Literature by the Unviersity of Paris-Sorbonne/Paris IV in 2008, guided by Pierre Brunel. Has lectured at the University of Paris-Sorbonne/Paris IV (2003-2004) and at the University Lumière Lyon 2 (2009-2010), in the area of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies. In CEC has worked in a post-doctoral project about Goan literature in Portuguese Language. At present coordinates the team “Portuguese Orientalism – XIX and XX centuries”, which has a research line dedicated to Goan literature and to the colonial periodical press in Asia. Develops the exploratory research project ““The Portuguese Representations of India: Power and Knowledge in a Peripheral Orientalism (19th and 20th centuries)”, financed by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (2013-2018). Member of the funded projects “Thinking Goa – a peculiar library of Portuguese language” (FFLCH/USP – FAPESP 2015-2019) and “Texts and Contexts of Portuguese Orientalism – Orientalist International Congresses (1873-1973)” (CEC/FLUL – FCT 2016-2019). Member of the International Group for Studies of Colonial periodical press of the Portuguese empire (IGSCP-IP) and of the international inter-university net “Les Orients désorientés” (Université Blaise Pascal). Publishes in 2017 by the Portuguese National Library his study about the Portuguese Orientalism and a critical edition of the travel narrative Jornadas (1873-1874) of the Portuguese writer Tomás Ribeiro. Author in France of a critical edition of the first romance in Portuguese language in India, Les Brahmanes (1866) of Francisco Luís Gomes (trad. L. de Claranges-Lucotte, Paris, Classiques Garnier, 2012), organized with Duarte D. Braga of the volume of essays ACT 27 – Goa portuguesa e pós-colonial: literatura, cultura e sociedade (V.N. Famalicão, Húmus, 2014), authored with Gina Rafael Guedes and Luís Farinha Franco Joaquim Heliodoro da Cunha Rivara, 1809-1879 (Lisboa, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal, 2009). Has papers and book chapters published in Asia, Europe and Latin America (Routledge, Presses de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Bulletin d’études indiennes, Seminar Magazine, Via Atlântica etc.).

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