RESEARCH ARTICLES AND VOLUMES

 

Forthcoming…

Bastos, Cristiana, André Nóvoa, and Noel Salazar, eds. (forthcoming 2021)
Special issue “Mobile Labour”
Mobilities

Bastos, Cristiana, and Miguel Moniz, eds. (forthcoming 2020)
Migration and Mill Work
New England University Press

Nóvoa, André (forthcoming, 2020)
Special Issue “OceanCrossings”
Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies

Bastos, Cristiana (forthcoming 2020) Febre a bordo: migrantes, epidemias, quarentenas. Horizontes Antropológicos, Numero Especial “Biossegurança”

Bastos, Cristiana (forthcoming 2019) Açúcar, ananases e ilhéus portugueses no Hawaii: dinâmicas de migração, etnicidade e racialização no terreno e no arquivo. Etnográfica 23(3), no prelo

 

 

Published

Bastos, Cristiana (2019)
Luso-Tropicalism Debunked Again: Race, Racism and Racialism
In Three Portuguese-Speaking Societies. Luso-Tropicalism and its discontents: The Making and Unmaking of Racial Exceptionalism. Anderson, W., Roque, R., and Santos, R.V., eds. Berghahn

Nicholas B. Miller (2019) 
Trading Sovereignty and Labour: The Consular Network of Nineteenth-Century Hawai‘i”
The International History Review
DOI: 10.1080/07075332.2019.1586747

Bastos, Cristiana (2018)
Portuguese in the cane: the racialization of labour in Hawaiian plantations
In Changing Societies: Legacies and Challenges. Vol. i. Ambiguous Inclusions: Inside Out, Inside In, eds. S. Aboim, P. Granjo, A. Ramos. Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, 65-96.
DOI:10.31447/ics9789726715030.03

Bastos, Cristiana (2018)
Migrants inequalities and social research in the 1920s The story of Two Portuguese Communities in New England
History and Anthropology, 29:2, 163-183
DOI: 10.1080/02757206.2017.1359586

Le Petitcorps, Colette (2018)
Migrant Women in Trade Unions. Domestic Service Activism in France
in Megha Amrith and Nina Sahraoui (eds.), Gender, Work and Migration. Agency in Gendered Labour Settings, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group

Le Petitcorps, Colette (2018)
Le service domestique comme rapport social. Subjectivités au travail, service à domicile et migrations féminines en France
Recherches Féministes, n°31.2

Le Petitcorps, Colette (2018)
“Service domestique, sexualité, race et héritages coloniaux à l’Île Maurice”
GLAD !, n°5. 

Miller, Nicholas (2018)
The Power of the Steel-tipped Pen: Reconstructing Native Hawaiian Intellectual History (Durham, NC, 2017)
Global Intellectual History
DOI: 10.1080/23801883.2018.1518669

Moreira, Ricardo (2018)
Time and politics in the scientific ice age
Social Anthropology, 26 (4): 570-573
DOI: 10.1111/1469-8676.12552

Walsh, Sarah (2018)
The executioner’s shadow: Coerced sterilization and the creation of “Latin” eugenics in Chile
History of Science, Special Issue: Race Science in the Latin World, 1–23
DOI: 10.1177/0073275318755533

 

MEDIA

Madeira, Guiana Inglesa e Canadá. Um estudo histórico pioneiro europeu
A relação entre a Madeira, a Guiana inglesa e o Canadá começa a tomar corpo através de um estudo de Cristiana Bastos e do projeto COLOUR: The Colour of Labour: The Racialized Lives of Migrants, um projeto que tem o apoio do European Research Council (ERC).
Milénio Stadium, Anno XXVII Edição nº 1402, 2018 

Migration and Mill Work: Portuguese Communities in Industrial New England 
The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture / Tagus Press
International conference – December 3–6, 2017
press release & program
press coverage: New Bedford Whaling MuseumLowell National Historical Park, Massachusetts; 

“O êxodo da Madeira”
Da Guiana Britânica à Nova Inglaterra, passando pelo sud de Angola e pelo Hawaii. Século XIX. Milhares de emigrantes madeirenses trabalhavam numa quase escravatura e eram classificados, pela ciência da época, como não-brancos. A antropóloga Cristiana Bastos quer contar melhor esta história de impérios e migrações.
Super interessante, nº 128, Junho 2016

“Revisiting Donald Taft’s Two Portuguese Communities in New England”
Donald Taft’s 1923 book Two Portuguese Communities in New England caused much anger and protest among New England’s Portuguese communities at the time. This lecture will discuss how and why an obscure academic dissertation became infamous to the point of gathering thousands of people in public demonstrations that demanded a scientific response to the author’s claims.
RTP, 10 Novembro 2015