Estados Unidos da América

Obras de autores estrangeiros sobre temas e figuras da Cultura Portuguesa, publicadas na Estados Unidos da América.

AAVV  ■  Africa vs Portugal. The state of the struggle. Nova Iorque, CEIP, «Africa Report», Mai. 1970, 43 p.  ■  Age of the Baroque in Portugal (The). (Catálogo da Exposição). Org. Jay A. Levenson Washington, National Gallery of Art, 1993, 303 p. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  Amor das Letras e das Gentes (O). In Honor of Maria de Lourdes Belchior Pontes. Org. João Camilo dos Santos/Frederick G. Williams. Santa Bárbara, Center for Portuguese Studies, 1995, 500 p., português/francês/inglês. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  De Onde Vens? Arte Contemporânea de Portugal / Where Are You From? Contemporary Portuguese Art. Grinnell (Iowa), Grinnell College, 2008, 149 p., il., português/inglês. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  Dependency and underdevelopment consequences of Portugal in Africa. Rreport prepared by Research Group for the Liberation of Portuguese Africa. California, Research Group for the Liberation of Portuguese Africa, 1971, 45 p.  ■  João de Brito. Paths of Life/Passos da Vida. (Catálogo). Org. Stephen Antczak. San Francisco, John O’Leary Gallery, 2006, português/inglês. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  Modern Portugal. Org. António Costa Pinto. Palo Alto, The Society for the Promotion of Science and Scholarships, 1998, 312 p. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  Poets of Portugal. A Bilingual Selection of Poems from the Thirteenth through Twentieth Centuries. (Tradução). Provo, Brigham Young University / Instituto Camões / Luso-Brazilian Books, 2007  ■  Portuguese Guinea. Official standard names approved by the United States Board on Geographic Names. Prepared by the Geographic Names Division, Army Map Service. Washington, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1968, III+122 p., il.  ■  Portuguese Studies. Review. Durham, International Conference Group on Portugal, 1995 a 1999, 138p. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  Santa Barbara Portuguese Studies. Revista. Santa Barbara, Center for Portuguese Studies - University of California, 1995, português/francês/inglês. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  Where Are You From? Contemporary Portuguese Art/De Onde Vens? Arte Contemporânea de Portugal. Grinnell (Iowa), Grinnell College, 2008, 149 p., il., português/inglês. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)

A. A. Mendes Correia  ■  Origins of the Portuguese. EUA, «American Journal of Physical Antropology», Vol. II, Nº 2, 1919, pp. 117-145

A. J. R. Russell-Wood  ■  Portuguese empire 1415-1808 (The). A world on the move. Baltimore / London, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1998, XXIX+7+289 p., il.

Adalino Cabral  ■  Portinglês. The language of Portuguese-speaking people in selected English-speaking communities. Boston, Boston College, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, 1985, 4 vols., il., mapas  ■  Senhor Bom Jesus da Pedra. San Jose, The Portuguese Tribune, 1982, 4 p., il.

Alan Durston  ■  Pastoral Quechua. The history of Christian translation in colonial Peru, 1550-1650. Series editor Sabine MacCormack Notre Dame, Indiana, University of Notre Dame Press, 2007, XIII+395 p., il., 1 mapa

Albert T. Luper  ■  Portuguese polyphony in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. EUA, «Journal of the American Musicological Society», [S.l. : s.n.], Vol. 3, Nº 2, 1950, pp. 93-112

Alexander MacLeod  ■  French and Italian communist parties and the Portuguese revolution (The). Durham, ICMP, 1979, 33 p.

Alfred Hower / Richard A. Preto-Rodas  ■  Empire in transition. The Portuguese world in the time of Camões. Gainesville, University of Florida Press,1985, XIV+234 p., il.

Almeida Faria...[et al.]  ■  Studies in modern Portuguese literature. Nova Orleans. Tulane University 1971, 104 p. Espólio de Alexandrino Severino

Andrew Ljungstedt  ■  An historical sketch of the Portuguese settlements in China and of the Roman Catholic Church and mission in China. Boston, James Munroe, 1836, XVI+324+XVIII p., il., desdobr.

Anne Anninger  ■  Spanish and Portuguese 16th century books in the Department of Printing and Graphic Art : a descriptior of an exhibition and a bibliographical catalogue of the collection. Cambridge, The Houghton Library Massachusetts / The Harvard College Library, 1985, X+94 p., il.

António Costa Pinto  ■  Blue Shirts (The). Portuguese fascists and the New State. Nova Iorque, Columbia University Press, 2000, 271 p. ▪ Salazar's Dictatorship and European Fascism. Social Science Monographs/Columbia University Press, 1995, 230 p. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)

António Pedro da Costa Mesquita Brito  ■  Military memoirs of the peninsular war as sources for the contemporary history of Portugal. Nova Jersey, Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies, «Bulletin Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies», Vol. 17, Nº 1, 1991, 26 p.  ■  Stillbirth of a Portuguese bourgeoisie (The). Leading families of Porto, 1500-1580. EUA, [S.l.], Thomas Jefferson University Press, «Mediterranian Studies», Nº 5, 1995, pp. 7-29

Armando Cortesão  ■  António Pereira and is map of circa 1545 : an unknown Portuguese cartographer and the early representation of Newfoundland, Lower California, the Amazon, and the Ladrones. Nova Iorque, American Geographical Society, «Geographical Review», Vol. 29, Nº 2, 1939, pp. 205-225, il.

Arthur Lee-Francis Askins  ■  Hispano-Portuguese cancioneiro of the Hispanic Society of America (The). Carolina do Norte, University of North Carolina, «North Carolina studies in the Romance languages and literatures», Nº 144, 1974, 246 p.

Aubrey Fitz Gerald Bell  ■  Portugal of the Portuguese. Nova Iorque, Charles Scribner, 1916, X+268 p., il. fotos

Bailey W. Diffie / George D. Winius  ■  Foundations of the Portuguese empire, 1415-1580. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, «Europe and the World in the Age of Expansion», Nº 1, 1977, XXX+2+533 p., il., mapa

Belmira E. Tavares  ■  Portuguese Pioneers in the United States. Fall River, R. E. Smith Printing Co., 1973

Belmira Nunes Lopes / Maria Luísa Nunes  ■  Portuguese Colonial in America (A), Belmira Nunes Lopes / The Autobiography of a Cape Verdean-American, Maria Luísa Nunes. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Latin American Literary Review Press, 1982, 6+215 p., il.

Ben Pimlott / Jean Seaton  ■  Political power and the Portuguese media. Durham, ICMP, 1979, 17 p.

Carlo Rossi  ■  Portuguese, the language of Brazil. Nova Iorque, Henry Holt, 1945, IX+379+LXXXV p.

Carlos Almeida  ■  Portuguese Immigrants. The centennial story of the Portuguese Union of the State of California. San Leandro, Suprme Council of U.P.E.C., 1992, X+287 p., il.

Carlos Cunha  ■  Portuguese communist party and perestroika: resistance and reforms (The). IV International Meeting on Portugal. Durham (USA), 1989. Durham, University of New Hampshire, 1989, 25 p.

Carlos E. Cortés  ■  Portuguese Americans and Spanish Americans. Nova Iorque, Arno Press, «Hispanics in the United States», 1980, pag. var., il.

Caroline B. Bretell  ■  Men who migrate, women who wait. Population and history in a Portuguese parish. Princetown, Princetown University Press, 1986, XV+329 p., il.

Charles F. Rey  ■  Romance of the Portuguese in Abyssinia (The). Nova Iorque, Negro Universities Press, 1969, 319 p., 2 map. desdobr., 13 f. il.

Charles Ralph Boxer, 1904-2000  ■  Golden Age of Brazil, 1695-1750 (The). Growing Pictures of a Colonial Society. Berkeley / Rio de Janeiro, University of California Press / Sociedade de Estudos Históricos Dom Pedro Segundo, 1962, XIV+444 p., il.  ■  Padre António Vieira S. J., and the Institution of the Brazil Company in 1649. EUA, [s.l. : s.n.], «The Hispanic American Historical Review», Vol. 29, Nº 4, Nov. 1949, pp. 474-497  ■  Portuguese and Spanish Projects of Conquest of Southeast Asia, 1580-1600. Bloomington, Indiana University, «The Journal of Asian History», Vol. 3, 2, 1969, pp. 118-136  ■  Portuguese Society in the Tropics. The Municipal Councils of Goa, Macao, Bahia, and Luanda, 1510-1800. Ann Arbor, U. M. I., 1990, XVI+240 p., il., mapas  ■  Portuguese Society in the Tropics. The Municipal Councils of Goa, Macao, Bahia, and Luanda, 1510-1800. Madison, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1965, XVI+240 p., 5 f. il.

Charles Robert Downs  ■  Revolution at the grassroots. Community organizations in the Portuguese revolution. Nova Iorque, State University of New York Press, 1989, 215 p.

Christopher C. Lund / Mary Ellis Kahler  ■  Portuguese manuscripts collections of the Library of Congress, a guide (The). Ed. Mary Ellis Kahler. Washington, Library of Congress, 1980, 187 p., il., facsim.

Clyde W. Barrow  ■  Portuguese-americans and contemporary civic culture in Massachusetts. Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts - Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, 2002, 211+2 p., il.

Dagmar Schaffer  ■  Portuguese exploration to the West and the formation of Brazil 1450-1800. Catalogue of an Exhibition. Providence, The John Carter Brown Library, 1988, XV+86 p., il.

Daniel Banes  ■  Portuguese voyages of discovery and emergency of modern science (The). Washington, [S.l. : s.n.], «Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences», Vol. 78, Nº 1, 1988, pp. 47-58

Daniela Bleichmar... [et al.]  ■  Science in the Spanish and Portuguese empires, 1500-1800. Stanford, Stanford University Press, 2009, XXII+4+427 p., il.

Darlene Abreu Ferreira  ■  Fishmongers and Shipowners: Women in Maritime Communities of Early Modern Portugal. EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «Sisteenth Century Journal», Vol. 31, Nº 1, 2000, pp. 7-23

Darlene J. Sadlier  ■  Question of How (The). Women Writers and new Portuguese Literature. Nova Iorque, Greenwood Press, 1989, XVI+141 p.

Dauril Alden / Warren Dean  ■  Essays concerning the socioeconomic history of Brazil and Portuguese India. Gainesville, The University Presses of Florida, 1977, XIV+245 p.

David J. Viers / Geoffrey L. Gomes / Adalino Cabral  ■  Portuguese in the United States (The). A bibliography, first supplement. Durham, International Conference Group on Portugal, 1989, 126 p.

Deirdre Meintel  ■  Race, culture, and Portuguese colonialism in Cabo Verde. Syracuse, N.Y., Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs 1984, IX+201 p., 1 f. mapa

Diamantino Pereira Machado  ■  Structure of Portuguese Society (The). The Failure of Fascism. Nova Iorque, Praeger, 1991, XXIII+216 p.

Donald R. Taft  ■  Two Portuguese communities in New England. Nova Iorque, Arno Press and the New York Times, 1969, 359 p., il.

Doris Varner Welsh  ■  Catalog of the William B. Greenlee Collection of Portuguese history and literature and the Portuguese materials in the Newberry Library (A). Compil. by Doris Varner Welsh. Chicago, Newberry Library, 1953, VIII+342 p.

Douglas Lanphier Wheeler  ■  Portuguese revolution of 1910 (The). Chicago, «Journal of Modern History», Nº 44, 1972, pp. 172-194  ■  International Directory of Portuguese Studies : including scholars, studants and institutions concerned with all aspectsof the study, past and present, of Portugal and of Portuguese-speaking Africa and Asia (The). Durham, Department of History - University of New Hampshire, 1980, 31 p.  ■  Portuguese in Angola 1836-1891 (The). A study in expansion and administration. Michigan, UMI, 1988, IX+423 p., il.  ■  Portuguese Revolution of 1910 (The). Chicago, [s.n.], «Journal of Modern History», Nº 44, 1972, pp. 172-194

Edward Glaser  ■  Invitation to Intolerance. A study of the Portuguese sermons preached ad autos-da-fé. Filadélfia, Press Maurice Jacobs, «Hebrew Union College Annual, Vol. XXVII, 1956, pp. 327-385

Edwin Bucher Williams  ■  From latin to Portuguese. Historical Phonology and Morphology of the Portuguese Language. Filadélfia, University of Pensylvania Press, 1938, XII+315 p., il.

Elaine Sanceau  ■  Land of Prester John (The). A Chronicle of Portuguese Exploration. Nova Iorque, Alfred A. Knopf, 1944, 243 p., 4 f. il.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning  ■  Sonnets from the Portuguese and Other Poems. Nova Iorque, Dover, 1992, VIII+55 p.  ■  Sonnets from the Portuguese. Il. Willy Pogany. Nova Iorque, Thomas y Crowell, 1945, 86 p., il.  ■  Sonnets from the Portuguese. Trad. en vers français et une introd. par André Maurois. Nova Iorque, Brentano’s, 1944, 133 p., francês/inglês

Fernanda Delgado Cravidão  ■  Portuguese agricultural population at the end of 20th century (The). Recent changes and prospective development. Kansas, Kansas State University, «Proceedings of the Commission on Changing Rural Systems» 1993, pp.52-64

Fernando Gil / Hélder Macedo / Luís de Sousa Rebelo  ■  Viagens do olhar. Retrospecção, visão e profecia no renascimento português / The traveling eye. Retrospection, vision, and prophecy in the Portuguese Renaissance. (Tradução). Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts, 2009, 437 p., il. ; 23 cm. - (Adamastor book series ; 4. - Tít. orig.: Viagens do olhar : retrospecção, visão e profecia no renascimento português

Francis A. Dutra / João Camilo dos Santos  ■  Portuguese and the Pacific (The). In International Colloquium on the Portuguese in the Pacific, -- Santa Barbara, -- 1993. Santa Barbara, Center for Portuguese Studies – University of California, 1995, 451 p., il.

Francis A. Dutra  ■  Evolution of the Portuguese Order of Santiago, 1492-1600. Santa Barbara, [s.n.], «Mediterranean studies», Nº 4, 1994, pp. 63-72  ■  Membership in the Order of Christ in the sixteenth century. Problems and perspectives. Santa Barbara, «University of California», 1994, pp. 228-239  ■  Order of Santiago and the Estado da India, 1498-1750 (The). Santa Barbara, [s.n.], «The Portuguese in the Pacific», 1995, pp. 287-304  ■  Restoration of 1640, the ausentes em Castela, and the Portuguese military orders: Santiago, a case study (The). Santa Barbara, [s.n.], «O Amor das Letras e das Gentes», 1995, pp. 117-126

Francis M. Rogers  ■  Americans of Portuguese descent. A lesson in differentiation. Beverly Hills / London, SAGE Publications, 1974, 68 p., il.  ■  Portuguese heritage of John Dos Passos (The). Boston, Portuguese Continental Union of the U.S.A., 1976, 53 p.

Frank F. Sousa (dir.)  ■  Portuguese literary & cultural studies. Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, «Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture», Nº 1, 1998

Fred P. Ellison... [et al.]  ■  Modern Portuguese : a project of the Modern Language Association. Main dialogues and readings by Rachel de Queiroz. Nova Iorque, Alfred A. Knopf, 1971, XXI+589+5 p., il.

George Davison Winius  ■  Fall of Portuguese Ceylon, 1638-1656 (The). Military, diplomatic and political aspects in the decline of an empire. Ann Arbor, Michigan : University Microfilms International, 1985, 226 f.  ■  Fatal History of Portuguese Ceylon (The). Transition to Dutch Rule. Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press, 1971, XXII+215 p.  ■  Portugal, the pathfinder- Journeys from the medieval toward the modern world, 1300-ca.1600. Madison, The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1995, XI+428 p. il.

George MacCall Theal  ■  Portuguese in South Africa (The). Nova Iorque, Negro Universities Press, 1969, 324 p., mapa

George Patterson  ■  Portuguese on the North-East coast of America, and the first European attempt at Colonization there (The). Harvard, [s.n.], 1890, pp. 127-173

Gerald M. Moser  ■  Campaign of Seara Nova and its impact on Portuguese literature, 1921-1961 (The). EUA, University of Wisconsin Press, «Luso-Brazilian Review», Nº 2, 1965, pp. 15-42, il.  ■  Tentative Portuguese-African bibliography (A). Portuguese literature in Africa and African literature in the Portuguese language. Pennsylvania, University Park, «The Pennsylvania State University Libraries», Nº 3, 1970, X+148, 3 p., il.

Gérard Chaliand  ■  Lutte Armée en Afrique / Armed Struggle in Africa. With the Guerrillas in "Portuguese" Guinea. (Tradução). Introd. Basil Davidson, trad. David Rattray / Robert Leonhardt. Nova Iorque / Londres, Monthly Review Press, 1971, XVI+142 p.

Glenn Joseph Ames  ■  Estado da India 1660-1677 (O). As prioridades e estratégias na Europa e Oriente / Estado da India, 1663-1677 (The). Priorities and strategies in Europe and the East. Minnesota, University of Minnesota, «IV Seminário Internacional de História Indo-Portuguesa» 198-, 18 f.

Grenville Stewart Parker Freeman-Grenville  ■  Portuguese on the Swahili Coast (The). Buildings and Language. Nova Iorque, Sheriff Hutton, «IV Seminário Internacional de História Indo-Portuguesa», 1985, 15 f.

Hans Howard Leder  ■  Cultural persistence in a Portuguese-american community. Nova Iorque, Anno Press, 1980, 4+IV+163 p.

Harold B. Johnson  ■  Donatary Captaincy in Perspective : Portuguese backgrounds to the settlement of Brazil (The). EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «Hispanic American Historical» , Vol. 52, Nº 2, 1972, pp. 203-214

Harold B. Johnson  ■ Portuguese estate of the late fourteenth century (A). EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «Luso-Brazilian Review», Vol. 10, Nº 2, 1973, pp. 149-162

Harry Bernstein  ■  Lord Mayor of Lisbon (The). The Portuguese tribune of the people and his 24 guilds. Nova Iorque / Londres, University Press of America / Lanham, 1989, 193+2 p.

Henri Thomas  ■  Spanish and Portuguese romances of Chivalry. The revival of the romance of chivalry in the Spanish peninsula, and its extension and influence abroad. Nova Iorque, Kraus Reprint Co., 1969, VI+2+335 p.

Henriette Michaelis, 1849-  ■  Neues Wörterbuch der Deutschen der portugiesischen und deutschen Sprache... Nova Iorque, Frederick Angar Publis., 1945, 2 vols.

Henry Hare Carter  ■  Paleographical edition of an old Portuguese version of the rule of Saint Bernard - Codex alcobacensis 200. Nova Iorque, «Publications of The Modern Language Association of America», Vol. IV, Jun. 1940, Nº 2, 1940, pp. 359-395  ■  Portuguese book of Joseph of Arimathea : paleographical edition with introduction, linguistic study, notes, plates, & glossary (The). Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, «Studies in the romance languages and literatures / University of North Carolina», Nº 71, 1967, 464 p.

Howard J. Wiarda  ■  Corporatism and Development. The Portuguese Experience. Amherst, The University of Massachusetts, 1977, 447 p.

Hugo Kunoff  ■  Portuguese literature from its origins to 1990. A bibliography based on the collections of Indiana University. Metuchen, Nova Jersey, The Scarecrow Press, 1994, IX+497 p.

Humberto Nuno Lopes Mendes de Oliveira  ■  World war I Portuguese campaign medal bars. San Ramon, «Journal of the Orders and Medals Society of America», Vol. 56, Nº 4, July-Aug. 2005, pp. 3-10, il.

I. A. Richards  ■  Pocket book of basic english (The). A self -teaching way into english with directions in spanish, french. italian, Portuguese, german. Nova Iorque, Pocket Books 1946, XXIX+334 p.

J. de Carvalho e Vasconcellos  ■  Some aspects of Portuguese grasslands = Einige Beobachtungen uber die Wiesen und Weiden Portugals. Aberystwyth, Fourth International Grassland Congress, «Report of the Fourth International Grassland Congress», 1937, pp. 144-149

J. Donald Silva  ■  Bibliography on the Madeira islands (A). Durham, University of New Hampshire - International Conference Group on Portugal, «Essays in Portuguese studies», Nº 5, 1987, II+32 p.

J. M. Amado Mendes  ■  Book review of Twilight of the pepper empire, Portuguese trade in Southwest India in the early seventeenth century by Anthony R. Disney. EUA, «The Journal of Economic Literature, Nº 17, Jun. 1979», 1986, pp. 547-549

James Charles Boyajian  ■  Portuguese bankers at the court of Spain, 1626. New Brunswick, New Jersey, Rutgers University Press, 1983, XIV+289 p.  ■  Portuguese trade in Asia under the Habsburgs, 1580-1640. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1993, XVII+356 p., il.

James H. Sweet  ■  Recreating Africa. Culture, kinship and religion in African-Portuguese World, 1441 – 1770. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, 2003, XIV+296 p., il.

James Lyman Whitney  ■  Catalogue of the Spanish library and of the Portuguese books bequeathed by George Ticknor to the Boston Public Library. Together with the collection of Spanish and Portuguese literature in the general library. Boston, Boston Public Library, 1879, XV+476 p.

James Nelson Novoa  ■  Documents regarding the settlement of Portuguese new christians in Tuscany. EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «Hispania Judaica Bulletin», Nº 55767, 2007, pp. 261-282

Jean R. Longland  ■  Poetry from P to E. EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «The Journal of the American Portuguese Society», Vol. 9, Nº 1, 1975, 8 p.

Jerry R. Williams  ■  In pursuit of their dreams. Ahistory of Azorean immigration to the United States. North Dartmouth, University of Massachusetts - Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, 2007, XXXII+183 p., 6 il., 11 mapas

João Leal  ■  Azorean identity in Brazil and the United States. Arguments about history, culture, and transnational connections. Dartmouth, Tagus Press, 2011, VII+183 p., il.

João Medina  ■  Old Lie (The). Some Portuguese contemporary novels on the colonial wars in Africa (1961-74). EUA, [S.l.], W. S. Maney & Son, «Portuguese Studies», Vol. 15, 1999, pp. 149-161

Joaquim de Siqueira Coutinho  ■  History of Portuguese culture (The). Nova Iorque, Saint Anthony's Press, 1964, 56 p.  ■  Outline of the history of Portuguese culture (An). Nova Iorque, Saint Anthony’s Press, 1964, 56 p.  ■  Portuguese in Ethiopia (The). (Tradução). Trad. Adrian Pinsince. Washington, Catholic University of America - Dep. of Economics, 1937, 10 p.

John Henry Felix / Leslie Nunes / Peter F. Senecal  ■  Ukulele (The). Portuguese Gift to Hawaii. Honolulu, [s.n.], 1980, XII+64 p., il.

John J. Nitti  ■  201 Portuguese verbs. Fully conjugated in all the tenses alphabetically arranged. Nova Iorque, Barron's Education Series, 1968, XXX+212 p.

John Vogt  ■  Portuguese rule on the Gold Coast, 1469-1682. Athens, The University of Georgia Press, 1979, XII+266 p.

John William Blake  ■  Organisation of Portuguese trade with west Africa during the sixteenth (The). EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «Congresso do Mundo Português», Vol. 5, 1940, pp. 33-53

José Brites  ■  Coisas e Loisas das Nossas Terras. Rumford, Peregrinação Publications, 1996, 159 p., português. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões) ■ De Casa para o Inferno. Rumford, Peregrinação Publications, 1999, 190 p., português. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões) ■ Falares emigreses. Uma abordagem ao seu estudo. San Jose, CA : Tip. de The Portuguese Tribune, «The Portuguese Tribune», 1991, 2 p.

José Mattoso / Camara Junior  ■  Portuguese Language (The). (Tradução). Trad. Anthony J. Naro. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1972, XIII+270 p.

Joseph Abraham Levi  ■  Survival and adaptation. The Portuguese Jewish Diaspora in Europe, Africa, and the New World. Nova Iorque, Sepher-Hermon Press for The American Society of Sephardic Studies 2002, V+2+214 p.

Joseph Damaso Fragoso  ■  Is professor Samuel Eliot Morison prejudicial to the Portuguese nautical history? New Bedford, Edição de Autor, 1955, 12 p.

Joseph Dunn  ■  Grammar of the Portuguese language (A). Washington, Hispanic Society of America, 1977, XI+669+5 p.

Joseph H. D. Allen Jr.  ■  Two old Portuguese versions of the life of Saint Alexis. Codices Alcobacenses 36 and 266. Urbano, The University of Illinois Press, «Illinois Studies in language and Literature», Vol. 37, 1º, 1953, X+67 p., 21 p. est. ■ Two old Portuguese versions of the life of Saint Alexis. Codices alcobacenses 36 and 266. Cambridge, The Mediaeval Academy of America, 19--, pp. 251-254

Josiah Blackmore  ■  Manifest Perdition. Shipwreck Narrative and the Disruption of Empire. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 2002, 187 p., il. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)  ■  Moorings. Portuguese expansion and the writing of Africa. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 2009, XXIV+203+2, il.

Joyce Carol Oates Fernandes  ■  Poisoned Kiss, and other stories from the Portuguese (The). Nova Iorque, The Vanguard Press, Inc., 1975, 189 p.

Kathleen C. Schwartzman  ■  Social origins of democratic collapse (The). The First Portuguese Republic in the global economy. Kansas, University Press of Kansas, «Studies in Historical Social Change / ed. Scott G. McNall and Jill S. Quadagno», 1989, XXI+224 p., quadros

Kimberly Da Costa Holton / Andrea Klimt  ■  Community, culture and the makings of identity : Portuguese-Americans along the Eastern seaboard. North Dartmouth, Massachusetts, University of Massachusetts Darthmouth, Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture 2009, 650 p., 14 il., 1 tabela

Kirsten Schultz  ■  Tropical Versailles. Empire, monarchy, and the Portuguese royal court in Rio de Janeiro, 1808-1821. Nova Iorque / Londres, Routledge, 2001, XI+325 p., il.

Lawrence Oliver / Rita Larkin Wolin  ■  Never Backward. The Autobiography of Lawrence Oliver a Portuguese-american. San Diego, Neyenesch Printers, 1972, XIX+229 p., il.

Leo Pap  ■  Portuguese in the United States - A Bibliography (The). Nova Iorque, Center for Migration Studies, 1976, IX+3+80 p. ■ Portuguese-American Speech. An outline of speech conditions among Portuguese immigrants in New England and elsewhere in the United States. Nova Iorque, King's Crown Press, 1949, XI+223 p.

Lewis Hanke  ■  Portuguese in spanish America, with special reference to the Villa Imperial de Potosi (The). Nova Iorque, [s.n.], 1961, 48 p.

Lionel Holmes / Joseph D'Alessandro  ■  Portuguese Pioneers of the Sacramento Area. Sacramento, Portuguese Historical and Cultural Society, 1990, 2+IX+384 p., il.

Louis C. Karpinski  ■  Book Review. Histoire de la science nautique portugaise à l'époque des grandes découvertes... par Joaquim Bensaude.EUA, [S.l. : s.n ], The «Hispanic American Historical Review», Vol. 5, Nº 4, 1922, pp. 718-721

M. D. W. Jeffreys  ■  Origin of the Portuguese word zaburro as their name for maize (The). EUA, [S.l. : s.n., 195-], «Bulletin de l'I. F. A. N.», Tomo 19, Serie B, 1-2, 1957, pp. 111-136

M. N. Pearson  ■  Merchants and rulers in Gujarat. The response to the Portuguese in the sixteenth century. Berkeley, University of California Press, 1976, XII+178 p.

Manoel da Silveira Cardozo  ■  Idea of history in the Portuguese chronicles of the age of discovery (The). EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «The Catholic Historical Review», Vol. 49, Nº 1, 1963, 19 p., il.  ■  Portuguese in America 590 B.C.-1974 (The). A chronology fact book. Nova Iorque, Oceana Publications, «Ethnic Chronology Series», Nº 22, 1976, 184 p.

Manuel Baiôa / Paulo Jorge Fernandes, Filipe Ribeiro de Meneses  ■  Political history of twentieth-century Portugal (The). EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «Journal of Portuguese History», Vol. 1, Nº 2 (Winter 2003), 2003, 18 f.

Manuel da Costa Fontes / Israel J. Katz  ■  Romanceiro Português e Brasileiro (O): Índice Temático e Bibliográfico. Madison, The Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies, 1997, 2 vols., português/inglês. (Edição apoiada pelo Instituto Camões)

Manuel da Costa Fontes  ■  Batalha de Lepanto in the Portuguese oral tradition (The). Lancaster, Lancaster Press, «Hispanic Review», Vol. 47 (4), Autumn 1979, 1979, pp. 487-503

Manuel Mira  ■  Forgotten Portuguese (The). The Melungeons and other groups. Franklin, Edição de Autor, 1998, 384 p., il.

Maria Alexandre Lousada  ■  Public space and popular sociability in Lisbon in the early nineteenth century. EUA, [S.l. : s.n.], «Santa Barbara Portuguese Studies», Vol. 4, 1997, pp. 219-232

Maria Ioannis Benis Baganha  ■  Portuguese emigration to the United States : 1820-1930. Nova Iorque, Garland Publishing, 1990, XIX+422 p.         

Mary Noel Menezes  ■  Portuguese Guyana (The). A study in culture and conflict. EUA, [S.l. : s.n., 197-], 226 p., il.

Matthew T. Racine  ■  Service and honor in sixteenth-century Portuguese North Africa : Yahya-u-Tacfuft anf Portuguese noble culture. Santa Barbara, University of California, «The Sixteenth Century Journal», Nº 32, 2001, pp. 67-90

Meyer Kayserling / J. S. da Silva Rosa  ■  Biblioteca española-portugueza-judaica : and other studies in ibero-jewish bibliography. With a bibliography of Kayserling's publications by M. Weisz ; selected with a prolegomenon by Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi. Nova Iorque, Ktav Publishing House, 1971, XXXII+272 p.

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