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LSA Conference 2015



The Lusophone World in Progression:

Historical Legacy, Transnationalism & Development in Globalized Contexts


A Lusofonia em Progressão:

Legado histórico, transnacionalismo e Desenvolvimento em Contextos Globalizados


The Lusophone Studies Association is a Canada-based Association, initiated in 2013, which is devoted to the interdisciplinary scholarly study of the Portuguese-speaking world and its diasporas.


This 3rd Annual Conference of the Lusophone Studies Association will bring together academics, students, policy-makers and representatives of Lusophone organizations, in order to profile leading multidisciplinary knowledge on the historical evolution of the Lusophone world, contextualize contemporary Lusophone societies, migration, and identities, as well as dialogue on present and future research and policy directions. The conference will also explore topics in Lusophone literature, linguistics, and language, as well as highlight research deficits in important current topics.


When & Where?

Mount Saint Vincent University  & Saint Mary’s University
June 28 – July 1, 2015
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Call For Papers Extended to Nov. 30th!

View the Call for Papers here: in English or Portuguese 


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Made possible with the generous support of:


  • Department of Child & Youth Study, Mount Saint Vincent University,
  • Department of History, Saint Mary's University,
  • Faculty of Professional Studies, Mount Saint Vincent University,
  • Office of the Academic Vice-President, Saint Mary's University,
  • Student Works Program, Office of Student Services, Mount Saint Vincent University,
  • Portuguese Studies Review,
  • Portuguese Studies, Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics, York University,
  • Consulat Général de France Dans Les Provinces Atlantiques,
  • Instituto Camões
  • Destination Halifax

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