ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS AND VOLUMES

 

Published

Bastos, Cristiana, André Nóvoa and Noel Salazar. 2021. “Mobile Labour: an introduction”. Mobilities, Special issue on Mobile Labour, 16(2): 155-163.

Bastos, Cristiana. 2021. “Intersections of Empire, Post-Empire, and Diaspora: De-Imperializing Lusophone Studies” [republication] in Coolitude 2, an Anthology: 31 years of sign crossing in indenture, ed. Khal Torabully and Marina Carter. Kindle Format.

Bastos, Cristiana. 2020. “Indenture-at-wide: learning from Madeiran sugar routes.” Aapravasi Ghat Trust Fund Magazine 5: 58-60

Bastos, Cristiana. 2020. “Intersections of Empire, Post-Empire, and Diaspora: De-Imperializing Lusophone Studies.” Journal of Lusophone Studies 5(2): 27-54

Bastos, Cristiana. 2020. “Plantation Memories, Labor Identities, and the Celebration of Heritage: the case of Hawaii Plantation Village.” Museum Worlds. Advances in Research 8: 25-45.

Bastos, Cristiana. 2020. “Febre a bordo: migrantes, epidemias, quarentenas.” Horizontes Antropológicos 57: 27-55.

Bastos, Cristiana. 2020. Labor, place, and the production of race. Working paper: Manifesto of “The Colour of Labour”.

Bastos, Cristiana. 2019. “Açúcar, ananases e ilhéus portugueses no Hawaii: dinâmicas de migração, etnicidade e racialização no terreno e no arquivo.” Etnográfica 23(3): 777-798

Bastos, Cristiana. 2019. “Luso-Tropicalism Debunked Again: Race, Racism and Racialism in three Portuguese-Speaking Societies.” Pp. 243-264 in Luso-Tropicalism and its discontents: The Making and Unmaking of Racial Exceptionalism. ed. Anderson, W., Roque, R., and Santos, R.V., London: Berghahn Books

Bastos, Cristiana. 2018. “Portuguese in the cane: the racialization of labour in Hawaiian plantations.” Pp.65-96 in Changing Societies: Legacies and Challenges. Vol. 1. Ambiguous Inclusions: Inside Out, Inside In, ed. S. Aboim, P. Granjo, A. Ramos. Lisboa: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais.

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.

Bastos, Cristiana. 2017. “Huíla (Angola)Dicionário Enciclopédico da Madeira, 2 February

 

Le Petitcorps, Colette and Amandine Desille. 2020. “Special issue: La colonialité du pouvoir en migration(s).” Migrations Société 182(4)

Le Petitcorps, Colette and Amandine Desille. 2020. “La colonialité du pouvoir aujourd’hui: approches par l’étude des migrations.” Migrations Société 182(4): 17-28

Le Petitcorps, Colette. 2020. “La domestication des femmes pauvres. Histoire et échec d’une entreprise colonialiste ressassée à l’Ile Maurice.” Migrations Société 182(4): 97-112

Le Petitcorps, Colette and Amandine Desille. 2020. “‘La couleur du travail’ : une anthropologie historique de la fabrique de la race dans la plantation. Entretien avec Cristiana Bastos.” Migrations Société 182(4): 113-126

Le Petitcorps, Colette. 2020. “Les sociétés de plantation dans l’économie globale des services domestiques. Le cas de l’île Maurice.”  CIDADES, Comunidades e Territórios 40: 1-15

Le Petitcorps, Colette. 2020. “Un enjeu de reproduction sociale. Le service domestique du point de vue d’employées de la côte Sud-Ouest de l’Ile Maurice.” Anthropologie et sociétés. 

Le Petitcorps, Colette. 2019. “Dissidence dans le service domestique. L’économie morale de femmes, bonnes à l’île Maurice.” Politique africaine 154(2): 29-48.

Le Petitcorps, Colette. 2018. “Migrant Women in Trade Unions. Domestic Service Activism in France.” Pp.83-98 in Gender, Work and Migration. Agency in Gendered Labour Settings, ed. Megha Amrith and Nina Sahraoui. London: Routledge.

Le Petitcorps, Colette. 2018.“Le service domestique comme rapport social. Subjectivités au travail, service à domicile et migrations féminines en France.” Recherches Féministes 31(2):197-214

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

 

Macedo, Marta. 2021. “Coffee on the move: technology, labour and race in the making of a transatlantic plantation system.” Mobilities, Special Issue on Mobile Labour, 16(2): 262-272.

Macedo, Marta. 2019. “Disrupted Ecologies: Conflicting Repertoires of Colonial Rule in Early Twentieth-Century São Tomé.” Pp. 229-250 in Resistance and Colonialism Insurgent Peoples in World History, ed. Domingos, N., Jerónimo, M. B., Roque, R., London: Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Miller, Nicholas B. 2020. “Bittersweet Connections: The Mauritian Model in Hawai‘i. Aapravasi Ghat Trust Fund Magazine 5: 54-56

Miller, Nicholas B. 2019. “Review of Jo-Anne S. Ferreira, The Portuguese of Trinidad and Tobago: Portrait of an Ethnic Minority, Revised Edition (Kingston, Jamaica, 2018.” e-Journal of Portuguese History 17(2): 637-40.

Miller, Nicholas B. 2019. “Trading Sovereignty and Labour: The Consular Network of Nineteenth-Century Hawai‘i.The International History Review 42(2): 260-277.

Miller, Nicholas B. 2018. “The Power of the Steel-tipped Pen: Reconstructing Native Hawaiian Intellectual History.” Global Intellectual History 3:1-3

 

Moreira, Ricardo. 2018. “Time and politics in the scientific ice age.” Social Anthropology 26(4): 570-573.

 

Moura Mello, Marcello. 2020. “Kali/Mariamma Worship in Guyana: A Brief Overview.” Aapravasi Ghat Trust Fund Magazine 5: 81-83

 

Nóvoa, André and Noel Salazar (ed.) 2021. Mobilities, Special issue on Mobile Labour 16(2) 

 

Peano, Irene. 2021. “Turbulences in the encampment archipelago: conflicting mobilities between migration, labour and their logistics in Italian agri-food enclaves.” Mobilities, Special Issue on Mobile Labour, 16(2): 212-223.

Peano, Irene. 2020. “Ways of making an otherwise human: After-ethnography with migrant labourers in Italian agro-industrial enclaves” Pp. 219-230 in Modos de Fazer=Ways of Makinged. Jorge, Vítor Oliveira, Porto: Universidade do Porto. Faculdade de Letras. CITCEM: Centro de Investigação Transdisciplinar Cultura, Espaço e Memória.

Peano, Irene. 2020. “Ethno-racialisation at the intersection of food and migration regimes: Reading processes of farm-labour substitution against the grain of migration policies in Italy (1980-present). Social Change Review 18: 78-104

Esposito Francesca, Alí Murtaza, Irene Peano & Francesco Vacchiano. 2020. “Fragmented citizenship: contemporary infrastructures of mobility containment along two migratory routes.” Citizenship Studies 24 (5): 625-641.

Peano, Irene and Nicolò Cuppini, eds. 2019 Un mondo logistico. Sguardi critici su lavoro, migrazioni, politica e globalizzazione. Milano: Ledizioni;

Peano, Irene. 2019. “Supply chain affettive tra agro-industria e migrazioni, contenimento e rifugio.” Pp.63-76 in Un mondo logistico. Sguardi critici su lavoro, migrazioni, politica e globalizzazione, ed. Peano, Irene and Nicolò Cuppini. Milano: Ledizioni

Peano, Irene. 2019. “Gender, Utopias and the Savage Slot: The Role of Anthropology in the (De)Construction of a Concept.” Ethics in Progress 10(1): 112-128.

 

Walsh, Sarah. 2018. “The executioner’s shadow: Coerced sterilization and the creation of ‘Latin’ eugenics in Chile.” History of Science April: 1–23.

 

Forthcoming…

Bastos, Cristiana (forthcoming). “Unseen Diasporas: Portuguese Labor Migrants in Colonial Plantations” in Migrant Frontiers: Race and Mobility in the Luso-Hispanic World, ed. Daniel da Silva and Lamonte Aidoo. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press.

Bastos, Cristiana, Bela Feldman-Bianco and Miguel Moniz. 2021. Migration and Mill Work: the Portuguese in New England. Dartmouth: Massachusetts University Press.

Le Petitcorps, Colette. 2020. “Un enjeu de reproduction sociale. Le service domestique du point de vue d’employées de la côte Sud-Ouest de l’Ile Maurice.” Anthropologie et sociétés. 

Macedo, Marta. 2021. “Displacement, work and confinement: Plantation workers in São Tomé.” in Slave Subjectivities in the Iberian World, ed. Ângela Barreto Xavier, Cristina Nogueira da Silva, Michel Cahen. Leiden: Brill; accepted 7 July 2020.

Miller, Nicholas B. (forthcoming). “Crossing Seas and Labels: British Vessels, Hawaiian Contracts and Portuguese Labour Migrants, 1878-1911.” Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies.

Bastos, Cristiana, (forthcoming) “Latitudes of indenture”, in Nationalism, Transnationalism and Identity in the Age of Post-Slavery Indenture and Migration, ed. Maurits Hassankhan, Kalpana Hiralal, Cristiana Bastos and Lomarsh Roopnarine.

Bulamah, Rodrigo. (forthcoming). “Mobile existences: looking for life between Haiti and the Dominican Republic” in Nationalism, Transnationalism and Identity in the Age of Post-Slavery Indenture and Migration, ed. Maurits Hassankhan, Kalpana Hiralal, Cristiana Bastos and Lomarsh Roopnarine.

Miller, Nicholas B. (forthcoming). “Indentured Labour and Colonial Education: A Comparative Reappraisal” in Nationalism, Transnationalism and Identity in the Age of Post-Slavery Indenture and Migration, ed. Maurits Hassankhan, Kalpana Hiralal, Cristiana Bastos and Lomarsh Roopnarine.

Moura Mello, Marcelo. (forthcoming). “Madeiran migration to British Guiana: first remarks” in Nationalism, Transnationalism and Identity in the Age of Post-Slavery Indenture and Migration, ed. Maurits Hassankhan, Kalpana Hiralal, Cristiana Bastos and Lomarsh Roopnarine.

Nóvoa, André. 2021. Special Issue on “OceanCrossings.” Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies, 33.

Nóvoa, André. 2021. “Sailors & whalers: forerunners of Portuguese labour migration to North America?”, Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies, 33: Ocean Crossings.

 

PRINTED MEDIA

Macedo, Marta. 2020. “São Tomé ‘a joia do imperio’.” Público, 6 December

Peano, Irene. 2020. “Mondragone: behind the scenes of long-announced, recurrent dramas.” dversia, 29 September

Peano, Irene. 2020. “Missing farm workers in pandemic times: Is it really “the virus’s fault”? The view from Italy.” LeftEast, 15 May

Peano, Irene. 2020. “Operai agricoli, virus e regolarizzazione. Cosa nascondono i numeri ufficiali e le proposte di sanatoria.”
La rivista Il Mulino, 5 May

Peano, Irene. 2019. “Gendering logistics: Subjectivities, biopolitics and extraction in supply chains.” Into the Black Box, 20 December

2018 “Madeira, Guiana Inglesa e Canadá. Um estudo histórico pioneiro europeu.” Milénio Stadium, nº 1402, 19-25 October

2017 “Migration and Mill Work: Portuguese Communities in Industrial New England.” International Conference at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, 3–6 December press release & program, press coverage: New Bedford Whaling MuseumLowell National Historical Park, Massachusetts

2016 “O êxodo da Madeira.”Super interessante, nº 128: 42-25, Junho

2015 “Revisiting Donald Taft’s Two Portuguese Communities in New England.” RTP, 10 Novembro

 

RADIO

Peano, Irene. 2020. “Radio Interview with Jean Renè Bilongo and Jara Henar on the living conditions of irregular migrant workers in Italy, Spain and Portugal.” Radio ActionAid Italia, 13 May

Bastos, Cristiana and João Sardinha. 2018. “Radio Interview with Nuno Miller.” Camões Radio & TV Toronto, 19 October

Miguel Moniz. 2017. “Migration and Mill Work: Portuguese Communities in Industrial New EnglandWJFD Radio, 3 December

Bastos, Cristiana. 2016. “Uma conversa sobre antropologia, colonialismo e o estado da investigação em Portugal.” Radio Renascença, 26 April

 

RELATED & RELEVANT LINKS

Lemauricien.com, “The story of the International Indentured Labour Route Project and its philosophy”, 25 January 2021

FME – Fondation pour la mémoire de l’esclavage, “Entretien avec Doudou Diène. Rapporteur du Conseil d’orientation de la FME”, 14 November 2020

Ho’okuleana, “Immigration Station”, 30 April 2013