P01 – Colonial periodical press in imperial context: theoretical approaches

P02 – New and old worlds on paper: Literary, cultural and imperial imaginaries in the press of the colonial period

P03 – The role of the periodical press in colonial/postcolonial transitions

P04 – Colonial power, knowledge and archives: revisiting “Along the Archival Grain”

P05 – Portuguese and Spanish colonial press in Africa: memories, politics, and practices of Iberian colonization

P06 – Sports in Portuguese Colonial Press

P07 – The colony of Timor: peripherality, periodical press and transit of ideas between colonial nodules

P08 – Transits in review: new readings of colonial literaty periodical press within the Indian Ocean space

P09 – At the Margins of the Portuguese Empire: The Local in the Imperial

P10 – Colonial Policy and Culture in Legal Periodicals

P11 – The built environment through the colonial periodical press

P12 – “(Anti) colonial conflits” in the Portuguese Colonial Empire 

P13 – The political-cultural role of the Metropolitan Colonial Periodical Press in the Imperial Public Sphere 

P14 – “Women” and colonial periodical press 

P15 – Scientific Discourse in Colonial Periodical Press    

P16 – Liberty and censorship in the colonial empire: the case of the periodical press

P17 – The Linguistic Question and the Colonial Press


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