Thesis Abstracts

IJPDS accepts thesis abstracts for publication, which address historical and contemporary topics related to the Portuguese diaspora, from the 15th century to the present. Topics may include overseas expansion, colonial history, commerce, trade, migration, immigrant communities, return migration, impact of the diaspora on Portugal, among others.

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San Leandro: The Shaping of an Azorean Portuguese American Landscape Abstract
Souza, Bunny L.
Geography, University of Nevada, Reno - UNITED STATES, 2007
Two Portuguese communities in New England Abstract
Taft, Donald
Sociolgy, Columbia University, UNITED STATES
The role of ethnic sources of information in the relocation decision-making process: a case study of the Portugeuse in Mississauga Abstract
Teixeira, Carlos
Geography, York University- CANADA, 1993
Identity and Belonging Formations of Second Generation Portuguese Abstract
Trindade, Jani
Sociology, Ryerson University - CANADA, 2007
The Origin of Macao (China, Portugal) Abstract
Usellis, William R.
History, The University of Chicago - UNITED STATES, 1958
Portuguese Food in Toronto: Exploring the Relationship between Food Practices and Ethnic Identification Abstract
Valentim, Rodolfo
Anthropology, York University - CANADA, 2003
Le populisme dans la politique portugaise Abstract
Velhinho, Eduardo José Dias
Faculté de Science Politique, Université du Québec à Montréal - CANADA, 2006
A Call for Poets: Eduardo Lourenco in his Labyrinth of Images Abstract
Veloso, Carlos
Comparative Literature, New York University - UNITED STATES, 2008
The Image of the Azorean: Portrayals in nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century writings Abstract
Vermette, Mary Theresa
Romance Literature, Harvard University - UNITED STATES, 1975
Fragmented Assimilation: How Literacy Unites and Divides Two Portuguese-speaking Immigrant Communities Abstract
Vieira, Kate
Anthropology, The University of Wisconsin - Madison - UNITED STATES, 2010
Spanish and Portuguese Exploration, Colonization and Colonial Commerce during the Latter Half of the Sixteenth Century Abstract
Vrooman, Agnes
History, The University of Western Ontario - CANADA, 1912
Structural pluralism and the Portuguese in nineteenth century British Guiana: a study in historical geography Abstract
Wagner, Michael John
Geography, McGill University - CANADA, 1975
Youth's soccer motives: gender and ethnicity Abstract
Wells, Shelley Lynne
Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Alberta- CANADA, 1994
Early Childhood Caries and Access to Dental Care in Portuguese-speaking Immigrant Children Aged up to 48 Months in the City of Toronto Abstract
Werneck, Renata
Dentistry, University of Toronto - CANADA, 2005
Portugal vs. United States Experience in the Elementary School as a Factor in School Performance of Portuguese-Americans Abstract
Wiedemann, Lyris
Education, Stanford University - UNITED STATES, 1983
Countrymen Return: Colonial Migration and Rural Economy in Northern Portugal Abstract
Wojno, Mark Gregory
Anthropology, Michigan State University - UNITED STATES, 1982
Exploring the Relationship Between Ethnicity and Hypertension in Canada Abstract
Wylie, Carma Lynn
Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Brock University- Canada, 2007
The Sixteenth-century Corpus of the Portuguese Colonizers of Brazil: an approach in terms of styles of thinking Abstract
Zir, Alessandro
Interdisciplinary PhD Program, Dalhousie University - CANADA, 2009
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