This issue of the Portuguese Studies Review presents essays by Leandro Alves Teodoro, Martin M. Elbl and Ivana Elbl, Isabel dos GuimarApes SAi and HAclder Carvalhal, Christian Fausto Moraes dos Santos, Gisele Cristina da ConceiAsApo, and Fabiano Bracht, Sandrina Berthault Moreira, and LuAss Miguel Pereira Farinha. The topics covered range from the history of fourteenth- and fifteenth-century Portuguese synods to the material culture of late fifteenth century Portuguese nobility, epistolary perspectives on Portuguese interaction with Italy and with the Roman Curia in the fifteenth century, the use and benefits of seafood in early Portuguese settlements in Brazil, a legal overview of the administrative frameworks for Portuguese road-building in the early twentieth century, and the comparative use of econometric indices of development to modelling Portuguese data. The issue also contains shorter pieces by Douglas L. Wheeler and Michel Cahen.Special Issue in Memory of Richard A. H. Robinson PSR (Special Issue) ... or predictable way the various precepts of composition laid out in standard manuals of the medieval ars dictaminis, quite antiquated by the late fourteenth century and in any case somewhat limited ... 2004/2) (Florence: Badia Fiesolana, 2004), 11- 38.
|Title||:||Portuguese Studies Review, Vol. 21, No. 1|
|Author||:||PSR (Special Issue)|
|Publisher||:||Baywolf Press - 2014-10-10|