Edited By Irene Maria F. Blayer and Dulce Maria Scott
Teresa Alves is professor emeritus and researcher with the American Studies Research Group, “Interfacing Cultures and Identities,” at the University of Lisbon, Portugal.
Irene Maria F. Blayer is a Full Professor in the Faculty of Humanities, Brock University, Canada. Some research interests include comparative Romance linguistics; linguistic ethnography, (im)migrant identity, diaspora narratives, and storytelling.
Smita Das holds a PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago, USA, and specializes in Caribbean Studies, African Diaspora Studies, and Postcolonial Studies.
Fernanda Luísa Feneja is a researcher at the University of Lisbon Center for English Studies (ULICES), Portugal. She is a member of the American Studies Research Group.
Jo-Anne S. Ferreira is a Senior Lecturer in Linguistics at The University of the West Indies (UWI), St. Augustine (Trinidad and Tobago). Her research interests include linguistics, the history of Portuguese language and culture in the Caribbean, South-American French Creole, and socio-phonetics. ← 323 | 324 →
Cielo G. Festino teaches Literatures in English at Universidade Paulista, São Paulo, Brazil. She is a member of the Thematic Project Thinking Goa at University of São Paulo, Brazil, with the sponsorship of FAPESP.
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