Everton V. Machado
FCT Research Fellow
Everton V. Machado (PhD, Univ. de Paris-Sorbonne/Paris IV, 2008) is an Assistant Researcher at the School of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon, where he teaches graduate and undergraduate courses of the Department of Romance Literatures, since 2011. Formerly he has taught Portuguese and Brazilian Literature and Culture at the University of Paris-Sorbonne/Paris IV (2003-2004) and the University Lumière Lyon 2 (2009-2010). Full Member of the Center for Comparative Studies (CEC), he is the coordinator of the collective research project “Portuguese Orientalism”. At the Center for Comparative Studies he has also developed, from 2010 to 2013, a post-doctoral research on Goan Literature in Portuguese. Currently he conducts the exploratory project “The Portuguese Representations of India: Power and Knowledge in a Peripheral Orientalism (19th and 20th centuries)”, funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology of Portugal (FCT). His works have been published by publishers and journals as: Classiques Garnier, Routledge, Presses de l’Université de Paris-Sorbonne, National Library of Portugal, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Seminar Magazine, Bulletin d’études indiennes, Via Atlântica. Complete CV here.
2014. Coeditor, with Duarte D. Braga, of the volume of essays ACT 27 – Goa portuguesa e pós-colonial: literatura, cultura e sociedade. V.N. Famalicão: Húmus.
2012. Critical Edition of the novel Os Brahamanes (1866) by Francisco Luís Gomes. Les Brahmanes. Translation by L. de Claranges-Lucotte. Paris: Classiques Garnier.
2011. “The Rebellion in a 19th century Indo-Portuguese novel.” In Shaswati Mazumdar (ed.), Insurgent Sepoys: Europe Views the Revolt of 1857. London/New Delhi: Routledge, 251-266.
2009. Co-author, with Gina Rafael Guedes e Luís Farinha Franco, of Joaquim Heliodoro da Cunha Rivara, 1809-1879. Lisbon: National Library of Portugal.
2008-2009. “Un Goannais contre les castes de l’Inde et le British Rule”. Bulletin d’études indiennes 26-27: 53-67.
Some publications are available in the repository of the University of Lisbon.
ORION – Portuguese Orientalism / LOCUS
The Portuguese Representations of India: Power and Knowledge in a Peripheral Orientalism (19th and 20th centuries)
TECOP. Texts and Contexts of Portuguese Orientalism – The International Congresses of Orientalists (1873-1973)