Josť Baptista da Sousa

Historian, essayist and academic researcher, Licenciatura (BA+) in History (1994), MA in History from the University of Buckingham (2000), with the thesis Almeida Garrett and Anglo-Portuguese Cultural Interaction 1800-1850, PhD in History from the University of Buckingham with the thesis Holland House and Portugal, 1793-1840.

He is researcher at CETAPS – Centre for English, Translation and Anglo-Portuguese Studies (Nova Univerity of Lisbon) since 2000, Head of the Library and Historical Archive of INATEL Foundation from 2008, member of the Board for the Celebrations of the Centenary of the Death of Eça de Queirós headed by Prof. Carlos Reis (2000) and researcher at the Services of Investigation on Portuguese Literature and Culture, National Library (2000-2002).

 

Recent publications on the history of Anglo-Portuguese political and cultural relations in the 19th century include :

Sousa, José Baptista da, and John Clarke. “Extract of a Journal of a Journey to Portugal in 1804-1805 by Lord Holland.” Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses 23 (2014): 251-63.

Sousa, José Baptista da. ““Lisbon declared for Doña Maria”: convidados e habitués portugueses da Holland Housa nos anos de 1802-1838.” Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses 21 (2012): 73-103.

Sousa, José Baptista da. Almeida Garrett (1799-1854), Founder of Portuguese Romanticism: A Study in Anglo-Portuguese Cultural Interaction. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press, 2011.

Sousa, José Baptisa da. Own edition and translation of Lady and Lord Holland’s and Dr John Allen’s manuscript travel journal to Portugal. Três diários de viagem em Portugal em 1808-1809. Lisbon: Caleidoscópia and CETAPS, 2011.

Sousa, José Baptista da, and John Clarke. “Critics to Enthusiasts: the Hollands Discover Portugal.” Portuguese Studies 21.1 (2005).

Sousa, José Baptista da. “De Westminster a São Bento: a a aprendizagem do parlamentarismo em Almeida Garrett.” Actas do I Congresso Internacional de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses. Lisbon: Centre of Anglo-Portuguese Studies, 2003. 367-81.

Sousa, José Baptista da, Carlos Reis and Luís Costa Dias. Damião de Góis: humanista português na Europa do renascimento. Lisbon: National Library, 2002.

Sousa, José Baptista da, Carlos Reis and Luís Costa Dias. Eça de Queirós: a escrita do mundo. Lisbon: INAPA, 2000.

Sousa, José Baptista da, Carlos Reis and Luís Costa Dias. Garrett Político: catálogo da Exposição. Lisbon: National Library, 1999.

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