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Transnational perspectives in early twentieth-century Portugal : the emergence of the periodical Sociedade Futura (Lisbon, 1902-04)

(2019) PORTUGUESE STUDIES. 35(1). p.39-54
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This article explores the representations of foreign cultures and literatures in the Portuguese periodical Sociedade Futura (Lisbon, 1902–1904). Special attention is given to the concept of transnationality, which occupied a prominent place in the writings of Ana de Castro Osório and Maria Sarmento da Silveira. By drawing on a range of rare publications and historical sources, this study explains how the two editors incorporated foreign influences in their periodical in order to reassert the norms of their native culture and reinforce the need for social change. A transnational approach to editorship will provide a firm ground for the study of women's contribution to public debate and their role in shaping society and culture. Sociedade Futura, female editors, transnational, press, early twentieth century, Ana de Castro Osório, Maria Sarmento da Silveira.

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Bezari, Christina. 2019. “Transnational Perspectives in Early Twentieth-century Portugal : the Emergence of the Periodical Sociedade Futura (Lisbon, 1902-04).” Portuguese Studies 35 (1): 39–54.
APA
Bezari, C. (2019). Transnational perspectives in early twentieth-century Portugal : the emergence of the periodical Sociedade Futura (Lisbon, 1902-04). PORTUGUESE STUDIES, 35(1), 39–54.
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Bezari C. Transnational perspectives in early twentieth-century Portugal : the emergence of the periodical Sociedade Futura (Lisbon, 1902-04). PORTUGUESE STUDIES. 2019;35(1):39–54.
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Bezari, Christina. “Transnational Perspectives in Early Twentieth-century Portugal : the Emergence of the Periodical Sociedade Futura (Lisbon, 1902-04).” PORTUGUESE STUDIES 35.1 (2019): 39–54. Print.
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  journal      = {PORTUGUESE STUDIES},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {39--54},
  title        = {Transnational perspectives in early twentieth-century Portugal : the emergence of the periodical Sociedade Futura (Lisbon, 1902-04)},
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  volume       = {35},
  year         = {2019},
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