Portuguese and Brazilian Studies

BRASIL/BRAZIL: A Journal of Brazilian Literature

BRASIL/BRAZIL, founded in 1988, publishes scholarly articles on Brazilian literature and in Comparative Literature with a focus on Brazilian literature, as well as book reviews, interviews with writers, English language translations of Brazilian literature and original prose and poetry by Brazilian authors.

All materials submitted to the journal are evaluated anonymously. Final decisions are the responsibility of the editors. Issues 1 through 50 were printed; from no. 51 onwards the journal has been published exclusively online, with open access.

Initially co-edited by Brown University, Mercado Aberto and the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), in 2000 the journal became a partnership between those two universities and the PUCRS University Press. In 2005, it became a co-edition of Brown University and the Cultural Association Acervo Literário de Erico Verissimo, with the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) joining as a co-editor in 2015.

Read current and past issues:

BRASIL/BRAZIL Journal Website     BRASIL/BRAZIL in the Brown Digital Repository