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Article by Cláudia Castelo in Carnet de L’EHESS: Perspectives sur l’après – George Floyd, 2021, discusses the complex history of the idea that Portugal is not a racist country and its current echoes, debating the legacy of colonialism. It has a french and an english version.
The Prince and the Empire from a Goan perspective: Franciscan political writings during the government of King Afonso VI
Presentation by Ângela Barreto Xavier at the workshop “Religious Erudition in the Tropics. Missionaries and their visions of empire in the Early-Modern Iberian Worlds”.
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