All the Arts Luso-Brazilian Journal of Art and Culture | Vol.3 N. 1 2020

It is with great pleasure that we present this Volume 3 Number 1 of our magazine under the motto of passages, times, resistances, and daily life. And life…

‘VIEWS FROM BORDER AND OVERSEAS’: BRAZILIAN MARGINAL LITERATURE FROM THE PERSPECTIVE OF HELOÍSA BUARQUE DE HOLLANDA AND FRANCISCO TOPA. INTERVIEWS

This article is available for reading here: http://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/travessias/article/view/25503 In the mid-1980s, Porto began to open to the cultural, musical, and aesthetic change announced by (post)-modernism. Resistance – and…

THE MARGIN IS WHERE EVERYTHING STARTS AND WHERE EVERYTHING ENDS. A. DASILVA O. SPEAKS TO THE COUNTRY ON RÁDIO CAOS

This article is available for reading here: http://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/travessias/article/view/25055 In the mid-1980s, Porto began to open to the cultural, musical, and aesthetic change announced by (post)-modernism. Resistance – and…

THEMATIC ISSUE ON THE BORDERS: RESISTANCES AND RE-EXISTENCES IN BRAZILIAN LITERATURE

This thematic issue is available for reading here: http://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/travessias/issue/view/1189/showToc This dossier brings together works on Brazilian and Portuguese-speaking literature called marginal in a plural way: from that which…

CALL FOR PAPERS – SPECIAL ISSUE

Embodied DIY: Feminist and Queer Zines in a Transglobal World Guest Editors: Paula Guerra and Laura López This special issue of ZINES proposes to gather works of several…

Special: Voices of Punk Vol. 5 with Paula Guerra: the fights have songs

Credits: Maria Amélia Guerra   This started very early in my life, around 15 years. I lived a period of transition. Age and intellectual transition. I began to…

CALL FOR PAPERS – NAVA JOURNAL 08, v.5, n.1

@Esgar Acelerado, 2018.   Arts, Women and Migrations  Organized by Paula Guerra (University of Porto, Portugal) and Maria da Graça Hoefel (University of Brasilia, Brazil)   Migratory processes…

Women on the Move. Contributions to the aesthetic-political activism approach of Brazilian migrant women

This article is available for reading here: http://journals.openedition.org/mimmoc/5403 This research project as a qualitative approach, anchored in the theoretical-methodological perspective of life-histories, and aims to reflect on the…

Women, migrations and rock without borders

This article is available for reading here: http://journals.openedition.org/mimmoc/4458 This article addresses a musician’s life history – Brazilian born woman musician, Flávia Couri – and, particularly, her emigration experience,…

City, pedagogy and rap

This article is available for reading here: http://periodicos.uniso.br/ojs/index.php/quaestio/article/view/3776/3744 Rap is the soundtrack of many cities, especially from certain disadvantaged areas in Portuguese cities. Young people use music to…

‘PEOPLE HAVE THE POWER’: SONGS OF RESISTANCE IN LATE MODERNITY (CALL FOR PAPERS CITIES, COMMUNITIES AND TERRITORIES SPECIAL ISSUE 2021)

Guest Editors:  Paula Guerra, University of Porto, Portugal Elizabeth Turner, Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand Carles Feixa, Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, Spain   The aim of this…

CITIES IN METAMORPHOSES: MEMORIES, URBAN PATHS AND IMAGES (CALLED ARTICLES: SECOND SEMESTER OF 2021 – ISSUE 59 OF THE ILLUMINURAS JOURNAL)

CITIES IN METAMORPHOSES: MEMORIES, URBAN PATHS AND IMAGES (CALL FOR ARTICLES: SECOND SEMESTER OF 2021 – ISSUE 59 OF THE ILLUMINURAS JOURNAL). Proposers: Paula Guerra, University of Porto,…

Clubbers Prosopographies in São Paulo and London: Fashion, Style, Aesthetics and Contemporary Music Scenes (TOMO Journal, 2020).

This article is available for reading here: https://seer.ufs.br/index.php/tomo/article/view/13382 In this article, we seek to analyze the São Paulo clubber movement in the 1990s as a creator of innovation…

OTHER SCENES, OTHER CITIES AND OTHER SOUNDS IN THE GLOBAL SOUTH: DIY MUSIC SCENES BEYOND THE CREATIVE CITY (Journal of Arts Management and Cultural Policy, 2020).

This article is available for reading here: https://jcmcp.org/current-issue/?lang=en This article explores how the different forms of youth involvement in underground music scenes tend to develop into do-it-yourself (DIY)…

ANOTHER MUSIC IN A DIFFERENT (AND UNSTABLE) ROOM: A ROUTE THROUGH UNDERGROUND MUSIC SCENES IN CONTEMPORARY PORTUGUESE SOCIETY

This article is available for reading here: https://www.amazon.com/Music-Scenes-Migrations-Transnationalism-Brazilian/dp/1785273841 ‘Music Scenes and Migrations’ brings together new work from Brazilian and European scholars around the themes of musical place and…