Moisés de Lemos Martins, Rosa Cabecinhas, Lurdes Macedo & Isabel Macedo (Org.)
2014 | Braga: CECS
“The debates about Lusofonia have been focused on some diffuse and scattered contents, sometimes focusing on the language, or on interaction in the cultural domain, while also highlighting a postcolonial matrix that allows us to look critically at the concept. These debates produce important analytical centralities but tend to self-exclude each other. They contribute to this “state of the art”, the weight of scientific boundaries and different disciplinary traditions, factors that have the undesirable effect of partializing and fragmenting an object that would gain in being seen in an integrated way”.