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Results from an exploration of visas awarded by the Brazilian Consulate in Oporto

idavid (6 sept. 2013)

The current flow bringing Portuguese to Brazil is a hot topic on national media. However, little is known about its characteristics. In order to have a better grasp of one of the populations the project focuses on, we complemented research of statistical data produced by Portuguese and Brazilian ...

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Atlantic Crossings in the News

Coimbra, João (16 avr. 2014)

The return of Brazilians with Portuguese couples have been highlight by the media. Check the latest news in Jornal de Notícias’s article “Brasileiras voltam e maridos portugueses vão atrás delas” (08/04/2014), in which reports visas requests at the General Consulates of Brazil in Oporto and ...

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Atlantic Crossings in the News

idavid (11 mars 2014)

The flows of Portuguese towards Brazil are being covered by the media. Check the latest news in Público’s article “Even emigration is becoming precarious” (10/03/2014), in which data from our project is featured.

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Comparing the Visas requested at the General Consulates of Brazil in Oporto and Lisbon

Rosales, Marta (18 mars 2014)

Brazil’s latest general population census signalled a noteworthy increase of the Portuguese residents. Whilst in 2000 there were 143.644 Portuguese living in Brazil in 2010 the number rose to 268.486. Portugal thus made it to the list of the five principal sending countries, where it did not ...

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Taking off

idavid (2 sept. 2013)

To pave the way for the comparative approach the project aims for there was a lot of ground to cover. The Brazilian population in Portugal has been widely studied in the last decade (i.e. Coêlho, n.d.; Filho, 2008; Góis, Marques, & Padilla, 2009; Machado, 2003; Malheiros (ed.), 2007; Padilla et al ...

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Consumption Seminar Series VI - Peter Jackson (Sheffield University)

Coimbra, João (10 juil. 2013)

Lecture and debate about the latest book by Peter Jackson & the CONANX group - "Food Words: Essays in Culinary Culture", 2013, Bloomsburry. The book launch happened on  March 13th, 2013, in the context of the Consumption Seminar Series VI, organized by Marta Rosales (CRIA), Emília Margarida ...

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Zenith. Port of call - Portugal. Destination - Brazil.

Coimbra, João (9 mars 2014)

Zenith, a 47.255 tons cruise ship, left the port of Lisbon to Recife, on December 1st 2013.The expected arrival date was December 9th, 2013. In recent times, the media has widely reported on the return of Brazilian immigrants who take advantage of the lower rates of transatlantic cruises departing ...

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Portuguese academic literature on migratory flows between Portugal and Brazil

drodrigues (19 sept. 2013)

We have been working on a bibliographic analysis of the Portuguese academic agenda, thus far in what concerns Atlantic crossings between Brazil and Portugal. This task included an exhaustive listing of research produced in the country about migratory movements from and towards Portugal. To be ...

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Atlantic crossings

Rosales, Marta (23 mai 2013)

Update of information displayed in the website as the main goal of divulgation to the academic and non-academic public some of the results from the research project Atlantic Crossings

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