The University of Nottingham (UK) and the Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil)is pleased to announce the publication of 'Brazilian Feminisms', edited by Judith Still and Solange Ribeiro de Oliveira.

This collection contains the following contributions:

Introduction: Identity and Difference
Judith Still

Eve, Mary and Magdalene: Stereotypes of Women in Sixteenth-Century Brazi
Luiz Carlos Villalta

Slavery, Subversion and Subalternity: Gender and Violent Resistance in Nineteeth-Century Bahia
Jane-Marie Collins

The Presence of Cassandra: Women in Faulker's 'Absalom, Absalom!' and in Jose Lins do Rego's 'Fogo Moto'

Discardable Discourses in Patricia Galvao's 'Parque Industrial'
Hilary Owen

The Reception of Clarice Lispector via Helene Cixous: Reading from the Whale's Belly
Elena Carrera

The Madness of Lispector's Writing
Sandra Regina Goulart Almeida

The Dry and the Wet: Cultural Configurations in Clarice Lispector's Novels
Maria Manuel Lisboa

Lights, Camera: Fiction
Ruth Silviano Brandao

Theory and Pedagogy in the Brazilian Northeast
Darlene J Sadlier

Importing Feminist Criticism
Maria Elisa Cevasco

Jane-Marie Collins
Department of Hispanic and Latin American Studies
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