Students attending the course PRT252 PORTUGUESE ISLAND CULTURE at the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Toronto were asked to work in small groups and “discover” Azoren writers. Given the difficulty of finding translations, I decided to publish their contribution, aware that this is “a work in progress”. These summaries may be able to contribute to a more detailed study of these authors and may inspire others to translate their work in the future.
Shedding Light on Azorean Culture: From the Perspective of Azorean Writers by Julia Giancola (student in Fall 2016 PRT252 course)
Unknown influences on the West Coast brought by Joe Silvey by Zachary Gordon (student in Fall 2016 PRT252 course)
Azorean Authors and Their Role in Shaping Our Understanding of the Islands by Anna Broytman (student in Fall 2016 PRT252 course)
Discovering Azorean Writers by Patrick Costa, Cheyenne Franco, Tania Barreira
Discovering Azorean Writers by Patrick Costa, Cheyenne Franco, Tania Barreira – text
Cristovão de Aguiar and Judite George by Patricia Pereira, Jason Gomes and Amanda Pires
Cristovão de Aguiar and Judite George by Patricia Pereira, Jason Gomes and Amanda Pires – text
Sidonio Bettencourt by Clarice Azevedo, Julie Ferraz, Bryan Rivera
Eduardo Bettencourt Pinto by Brittany Melo, Michael Da Silva, Sarah Lobo
Marcolino Candeias by Brittany Melo, Michael Da Silva, Sarah Lobo
Francisco Cota Fagundes by Michael Paulo, Tiffany Williams, Alexandria Ktami, Marlene Franco
Francisco Cota Fagundes & Ivo Machado
Eduino de Jesus/Gabriela Silva by Rebecca Dias, Andreia Duarte & Katherine Medeiros
Alfred Lewis by Clarice Azevedo, Julie Ferraz, Bryan Rivera
Writer Eduino de Jesus launching his latest book of poetry, at the Municipal Library in Ponta Delgada, Sao Miguel.
Dias de Melo autographing the latest edition of “Dark Stones” at the Municipal Library of Ponta Delgada, São Miguel.
Dias de Melo