Dr Paul Castro

  • Lecturer (Hispanic Studies)

Research interests

My research revolves around contemporary literature, film and photography from across the Portuguese-speaking world. I have particular interests in the representation of urban space and everyday life, postcolonial cultural production from Asia and Africa in comparative perspective, and genres such as the photobook and the short story. 

Publications

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Number of items: 113.

2021

Castro, P. (2021) Between an empty camera and bare white feet: Racial complexity in the photographic archive of Ricardo Rangel. Hispanic Research Journal, (Accepted for Publication)

Castro, P. (2021) Circling the End of the Line in Vimala Devi’s Monção. Kritika Kultura, (Accepted for Publication)

Castro, P. (2021) Blood on the Sand by Epitácio Pais. Delos: A Journal of Translation and World Literature, (Accepted for Publication)

Castro, P. (2021) The Rats by Epitácio Pais. Shanghai Literary Review, 2020(6), pp. 102-104.

Castro, P. (2021) Raw Muscle by Rubem Fonseca. Metamorphoses, 28(1), pp. 134-149.

2020

Melo e Castro, P. (2020) Mais-Valias em Trier. e-metropolis, 11(43), pp. 72-78.

Vilela, L. and Melo e Castro, P. (2020) No more Indians. Sic. A Journal of Literature, Culture and Literary Translation, 11(1), LT.2. (doi: 10.15291/sic/1.11.lt.2)

Vilela, L. and Castro, P. (2020) ‘Black Bean Stew' by Luiz Vilela, translated by Paul Melo e Castro. Latin American Literature Today, 1(16),

Castro, P. (2020) Monsoon [by Vimala Devi, translated by Paul Castro]. Seagull: Calcutta. ISBN 9780857426956

Castro, P. (2020) Expressive perspectives on the printed page: the photography of Ricardo Rangel. In: Serra, F., Andre, P. and Martins, S. (eds.) Projectos Editoriais: Imagens e Contra-Imagens no Estado Novo. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais: Lisbon, Portugal, pp. 275-302.

de Mascarenhas, T. (2020) Fragmentos de Uma Sinfonia Goesa. [Scholarly Editions]

Melo e Castro, P. (2020) Dom Teotónio by Maria Elsa da Rocha. Out of Print, 38,

Sar Dessai, A. R. (2020) Teoria do Riso: Contos, Poemas e Peças Radiofónicas do Médico Hindu Ananta Rau Sar Dessai. [Scholarly Editions]

2019

Castro, P. M. e. (2019) The dregs populating the village of Santana: Rural Goa in three stories by Epitacio Pais. In: Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK. ISBN 9781786833907

Garmes, H. and Castro, P. M. e. (2019) The story of Goan literature in Portuguese: A question of terminology. In: Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK. ISBN 9781786833907

Melo e Castro, P. (2019) The cartography of Goan literature: one language in a multilingual social landscape. In: Melo e Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9781786833907

Miranda, E. and Castro, P. M. e. (2019) Science over superstition? The representation of the social world of the Novas Conquistas in Bodki by Agostinho Fernandes. In: Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK. ISBN 9781786833907

Castro, P. (2019) Atitudes que o Vento Levou: The stories of Eduardo de Sousa and the post-1961 vision of a Goan elite in decline. In: Almeida, R. (ed.) Goa: A Post-Colonial Society Between Cultures. Goa 1556: Margao, India. ISBN 9788193423684

Melo e Castro, P. M. (Ed.) (2019) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff. ISBN 9781786833907

Castro e Melo, P. (2019) Graciliano Ramos and the Making of Modern Brazil: Memories, Politics and Identities, ed. by Sara Brandellero and Lúcia Villares (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2017). Portuguese Studies, 35(1), pp. 106-107. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.35.1.0106)[Book Review]

Castro e Melo, P. (2019) 'Three fleeting voices: The Goan subaltern in the stories of Vimala Devi, Maria Elsa da Rocha and Epitácio Pais'. In: Abreu, S., da Silva, A. and d'Souza, R. (eds.) Public History of Goa: Evolving Politics, Culture and Identity. Series: XCHR studies series (14). Cinnamon Teal: Goa, pp. 128-135. ISBN 9789387676350

Melo e Castro, P. (2019) Em torno do fim: Goa tardo-colonial no ciclo de contos Monção (1963) de Vimala Devi = Around the end: late-colonial Goa in Vimala Devi’s short-story cycle Monção. Via Atlântica, 36, pp. 16-41. (doi: 10.11606/va.v0i36.162015)

Melo e Castro, P. (2019) The Image of St Thomas by Maria Elsa da Rocha. Parmal, 8, pp. 27-33.

2018

Castro, P. (2018) Xilunguine. Afterimage, 45(5),

Castro e Melo, P. (2018) Celsa Pinto, Anatomy of a Colonial Capital: Panjim (Saligão, India: Goa 1556, 2016), Print. Celsa Pinto, Colonial Panjim: Its Governance, its People (Saligão, India: Goa 1556, 2016),. Portuguese Studies, 34(1), pp. 123-125. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.34.1.0123)[Book Review]

Castro e Melo, P. (2018) Portuguese language Goan literature: Whence, whither and wherefore. In: Carvalho, S. (ed.) The Brave New World of Goan Writing. Bombaykala Books: Mumbai, pp. 203-212. ISBN 9788193947500

da Rocha, L. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Lulu dies alone. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 587-594.

da Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) The factory whistle. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 581-585.

da Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Not by bread alone. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 573-579.

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Deaf to the world. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 595-599.

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Serafina. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 601-604.

Fernandes, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Shadows. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 521-525.

Festino, C. G., Garmes, H., Melo e Castro, P. and Newman, R. (2018) Special Issue: Goans on the Move [Guest Editors]. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7,

Festino, C. G., Garmes, H., Melo e Castro, P. and Newman, R. (2018) Introduction: Goans on the move. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 9-15.

Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Costa, Suneeta Peres da. Saudade. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 363-366. [Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Darlene Sadlier. The Portuguese-Speaking Diaspora: Seven Centuries of Literature and the Arts. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 367-372. [Book Review]

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) A Christmas tale. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 567-568.

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Room 54. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 569-571.

2017

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) The heart of the metropole: urban space and interracial relationships in ‘Fidelidade’ by Vimala Devi, ‘Um encontro imprevisto’ by Henrique de Senna Fernandes and ‘Nina’ by Orlanda Amarílis. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 53(4), pp. 405-429. (doi: 10.1093/fmls/cqx038)

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) Clean break, tangled lives: December 1961 in the Goan short stories "Rucmá, a mulherzinha de Salém" by Maria Elsa da Rocha and "Guerra" by Sheela Kolambkar. Luso-Brazilian Review, 54(1), pp. 78-101.

Melo e Castro, P. and Festino, C. G. (Eds.) (2017) A House of Many Mansions: Goan Literature in Portuguese. Under the Peepal Tree: Margão. ISBN 9789386301628

Castro e Melo, P. (2017) Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Guitá-Rahasya ou Ciência do Activismo Para o BemEstar Universal, trans. by Pandurang Purushottam Shirodkar (Alto Porvorim, India: Pradnya Darshan Prakashan, 2016). Portuguese Studies, 33(2), pp. 245-248. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.33.2.0245)[Book Review]

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2017) Dr Pepino. Indian Literature, 60(4), pp. 141-147.

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) "E eu que não conhecia nada". In: Alós, A. P., de Felippe, R. F. and Souto, A. d. R. (eds.) Figurações do Imaginário Cinematográfico na Contemporaneidade. Universidade Federal de Santa Maria UP: Santa Maria, pp. 201-215. ISBN 9788593513015

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) Leafing through Lisbon: Eduardo Gageiro’s urban photobook Lisboa no Cais da Memória (2003). Comunicação pública, 12(23), (doi: 10.4000/cp.1971)

2016

Barreto, S., Melo e Castro, P. and Braga, D. D. (2016) O africanista. Via Atlântica, 30, pp. 331-334.

Melo e Castro, P. , Braga, D. D. and Garmes, H. (2016) Introdução à Antologia de Contos Goeses. Via Atlântica, 30, pp. 313-321.

Shetty, M., Melo e Castro, P. and Braga, D. D. (2016) Senhor Segundamão. Via Atlântica, 30, pp. 343-348.

Fernandes, A. R. L., Baubeta, P. A. O. d., Melo e Castro, P. and Flor, J. A. (Eds.) (2016) Storytelling: Memory, Love and Loss in Portuguese Short Fiction. Series: Textos Chimaera. University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies: Lisbon. ISBN 9789728886288

Braga, D. D., Melo e Castro, P. and Garmes, H. (2016) Special Issue: Goa: Literatura e Cultura 2. Via Atlântica, 30,

Castro, P. (2016) Lengthening Shadows: An Anthology of Goan Short Stories Translated from the Portuguese, [by Paul Melo e Castro] Vol. 1. Goa 1556: Saligão. ISBN 9789380739755

Castro, P. (2016) Lengthening Shadows: An Anthology of Goan Short Stories Translated from the Portuguese, [by Paul Melo e Castro] Vol. 2. Goa 1556: Saligão. ISBN 9789380739762

da Rocha, M. E. and Castro, P. (2016) Dom Teotónio. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 34-42.

da Silva Coelho, J. and Castro, P. (2016) The brave Valentim Negrão and his theory of communicating vessels. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 26-29.

da Silva Coelho, J. and Castro, P. (2016) Placentino's views of politicians and fishwives. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 30-33.

Devi, V. and Castro, P. (2016) The house husband. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 12-21.

Devi, V. and Castro, P. (2016) The subsidy. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 22-25.

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Castro, P. (2016) The heir of the Alvuras. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 43-47.

Melo e Castro, P. and Garmes, H. (2016) Entre o mainstream e a contracultura na Goa da década de 1970. In: Pais, E. (ed.) Preia-Mar. Goa 1556: Saligão, pp. 281-308.

Pais, E. (2016) Preia-Mar. [Scholarly Editions]

Pais, E. and Castro, P. (2016) Daughter of the soil. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 5-11.

Pais, E. and Castro, P. (2016) Smugglers. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 1-4.

Sar Dessai, A. R. and Castro, P. (2016) Ferramicina. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 66-72.

Varela Gomes, P. and Castro, P. (2016) My name is Casimiro Monteiro. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 61-65.

2015

Amarílis, O. and Melo e Castro, P. (2015) Nina, by Orlanda Amarílis, translated from the Portuguese by Paul Melo e Castro. Exchanges: Journal of Literary Translation(Fall),

De Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2015) The bangle seller. Metamorphoses, 23(2), pp. 178-184.

Silva Coelho, J. d. and Melo e Castro, P. (2015) The hesitations of Damião and his first love by José da Silva Coelho, translated by Paul Castro e Melo. Indian Review,

2014

Castro, P. (2014) Ananta Rau Sar Dessai’s radio days. In: Menezes, V. and Britto, N. (eds.) Mundo Goa. Sinbal’s Book House: Panjim, pp. 202-208.

Castro, P. and Garmes, H. (2014) A história da literatura goesa de língua portuguesa: uma questão de designação. In: Abdala Junior, B. (ed.) Estudos Comparados: Teoria, Crítica e Metodologia. Ateliê Editorial: Cotia, pp. 211-242. ISBN 9788574806778

da Silva Coelho, J. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Dr Olhada’s prescription for obesity. Indian Literature, 58(5), pp. 109-113.

de Senna Fernandes, H. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) An unexpected Encounter, by Henrique de Senna Fernandes. Translated by Paul Castro e Melo. AALITRA Review, 9, pp. 81-94.

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Atitudes que o vento levou: Eduardo de Sousa and the post-1961 vision of an elite in decline. In: Machado, E. V. (ed.) ACT 27: Goa Portuguesa e Pós-Colonial: Literatura, Cultura e Sociedade. Húmus: Lisbon, pp. 273-294. ISBN 9789897550690

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Henrique de Senna Fernandes: By Train and by Tram to the South China Seas. AALITRA Review, 9, pp. 79-94. [Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Out into uncertainty: the lonely voices of Epitacio Pais's Goan short stories. Luso-Brazilian Review, 51(2), pp. 105-125. (doi: 10.1353/lbr.2014.0032)

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Shameful things in the city: writing and re-righting colonial urban space in José Luandino Vieira’s Luuanda. Journal of Romance Studies, 14(3), pp. 37-53. (doi: 10.3828/jrs.14.3.37)

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Viagem ao príncipio do mundo / Voyage to the Beginning of the World (1997). In: Haenni, S., Barrow, S. and White, J. (eds.) Routledge Encyclopedia of Films. Routledge: London, pp. 571-574. ISBN 9781317682615

Sar Dessai, A. R. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) My sister is a rich man. In: Menezes, V. and Britto, N. (eds.) Mundo Goa. Sinbal’s Book House: Panjim, pp. 216-223.

Sar Dessai, A. R. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) A very pleasant gentleman. In: Menezes, V. and Britto, N. (eds.) Mundo Goa. Sinbal’s Book House: Panjim, pp. 209-215.

2013

Castro, P. (2013) José da Silva Coelho's stories in the context of Portuguese-language Goan literature. Muse India, 50,

da Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2013) Êtê Êtê Morhà. Contemporary Literary Review India,

da Silva Coelho, J. and Melo e Castro, P. (2013) To love is to suffer. Muse India, 50,

Melo e Castro, P. (2013) Dictatorship, liberation, transition in the short fiction of three Portuguese-language Goan writers: Alberto de Menezes Rodrigues, Ananta Rau Sar Dessai and Telo de Mascarenhas. Journal of Romance Studies, 13(2), pp. 1-18. (doi: 10.3828/jrs.13.2.1)

Melo e Castro, P. (2013) Postcolonial subjects in the Goan short stories “A Portuguese Soldier’s Story” by Lambert Mascarenhas and “Um Português em Baga” by Epitácio Pais. Ellipsis, 11, pp. 87-110. (doi: 10.21471/jls.v11i0.77)

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2013) On the train by Epitácio Pais, translated by Paul Melo e Castro. India Review, 12,

2012

Castro, P. (2012) The eye of the photographer and the foot of the flâneur. In: di Bello, P., Wilson, C. and Zamir, S. (eds.) The Photobook. I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 196-211. ISBN 9780857721419

Castro, P. (2012) Of prison walls and barroom brawls: postcolonial categories in Mia Couto’s “De como se vazou a vida de ascolino do perpétuo socorro” and Laxmanrao Sardessai’s “O barco de África/The Africa Boat”. In: Pereira Khan, S., Dias Martins, A. M., Owen, H. and Ramos Villar, C. (eds.) The Lusotropical Tempest: Postcolonial Debates in Portuguese. HiPLA: Bristol, pp. 127-150. ISBN 9780955392283

Melo e Castro, P. (2012) Small bursts of sharp laughter: the form and content of satire in Jacob e Dulce. Portuguese Studies, 28(1), pp. 32-49. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.28.1.0032)

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2012) The mask. Adirondack Review, 13(2),

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2012) Munu. Metamorphoses, 20(2), pp. 134-146.

2011

Castro, P. (2011) Aspects of the representation of Lisbon on screen. In: Pizzi, K. and Weiss-Sussex, G. (eds.) The Cultural Identity of European Cities. Peter Lang: Bern, pp. 185-204. ISBN 9783035300604

Castro, P. (2011) Four cases from 130 years of Portuguese detective fiction. In: Vosberg, N. (ed.) Iberian Crime Fiction. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, pp. 116-144. ISBN 9780708323335

Coelho, J. D. S., Martinho, S., Melo e Castro, P. and Pinto, A. (2011) Malícias Orientais (Pequenas Histórias Garotas, Alegres e Tristes de Costumes das Novas Conquistas), Índia Portuguesa 1923. Via Atlântica, 19, pp. 179-194. (doi: 10.11606/va.v0i19.50776)

Devi, V. and Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Job's Children ("Os Filhos de Job") by Vimala Devi. Translated by Paul Melo e Castro. AALITRA Review, 3, pp. 20-35.

Garmes, H. and Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Lirismo e conservadorismo na arena política: o conto “Shivá, brincando…” da escritora goesa Maria Elsa da Rocha. Abril, 4(6), pp. 77-87.

Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Eduardo Gageiro's happy-sad city: humanist street photography and Lisboa no Cais da Memória. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 88(4), pp. 481-494. (doi: 10.3828/bhs.2011.21)

Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Malícias Orientais de José da Silva Coelho: entre o discurso e o desejo coloniais. Via Atlântica, 19, pp. 87-102. (doi: 10.11606/va.v0i19.50769)

Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Shades of Grey: 1960s Lisbon in Novel, Film and Photobook. Series: Texts and dissertations (Modern Humanities Research Association) (77). Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association: London. ISBN 9781906540678

2010

Devi, V. and Melo e Castro, P. (2010) Nâttak. Metamorphoses, 18(1), pp. 44-58.

Melo e Castro, P. (2010) Esther Gabara, Errant Modernism: The Ethos of Photography in Mexico and Brazil, Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, 2008. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 87(7), pp. 894-895. (doi: 10.3828/bhs.2010.36)[Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2010) José Cardoso Pires's Balada da Praia dos Cães, historiographic metafiction, and the detective novel. Romance Studies, 28(2), pp. 130-140. (doi: 10.1179/026399010X12645114972378)

Melo e Castro, P. (2010) Monção: a literary representation of Goa. Nethra Review, 11(2), pp. 54-55. [Book Review]

2009

Devi, V. and Melo e Castro, P. (2009) The cure. Sojourn, 22, pp. 44-48.

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Circling the city in Fernando Lopes' Belarmino (1964). Studies in European Cinema, 6(2-3), pp. 179-189. (doi: 10.1386/seci.6.2-3.179/1)

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Lisbon close up, seen from afar: the representation of the city in Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas’s Foreign Land (1996). eSharp, 2009, pp. 22-40.

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Reading, writing and remembering the city: José Cardoso Pires’s Lisboa, livro de bordo. Journal of Romance Studies, 9(2), pp. 101-115. (doi: 10.3828/jrs.9.2.101)

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Vimala Devi’s Monção: the last snapshots of colonial Goa. Portuguese Studies, 25(1), pp. 46-64.

2008

Atkin, R., Melo e Castro, P. and Ribeiro, R. (2008) Literature, 1928 to the present day. Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 70, pp. 412-422.

Melo e Castro, P. (2008) Brazilian National Cinema, Lisa Shaw and Stephanie Dennison (2007). New Cinemas, 6(2), pp. 155-157. (doi: 10.1386/ncin.6.2.153_5)[Book Review]

2007

Atkin, R., Melo e Castro, P. and Ribeiro, R. (2007) Literature, 1928 to the present day. Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 69, pp. 373-382.

2006

Castro, P. (2006) Ainda bem que chegaste: life, death and friendship in the detective novels of Francisco Jose Viegas. In: Craig-Odders, R. W., Collins, J. and Close, G. S. (eds.) Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Detective Fiction: Essays on the Genero Negro Tradition. McFarland Press: Jefferson, NC, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9780786424269

2005

Castro, P. (2005) Umas casas portuguesas: housing the Estado Novo in Cardoso Pires’s Balada da Praia dos Cães. Textos e Pretextos, 6, pp. 32-45.

2003

Castro, P. (2003) Flanerie and Writing the City in Iain Sinclair's Lights Out for the Territory, Edmund White's The Flaneur, and Jose Cardoso Pires's Lisboa: Livro de Bordo. Other. Darwin College, Cambridge.

2002

Melo e Castro, P. (2002) Lewis Carroll, As Aventuras de Alice no Pais das Maravilhas e Alice do Outro Lado do Espelho, translated by Margarida Vale do Gato, Lisbon: Relógio d’Água, 2000. Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses, 10, pp. 89-97. [Book Review]

This list was generated on Wed Dec 1 20:30:36 2021 GMT.
Number of items: 113.

Articles

Castro, P. (2021) Between an empty camera and bare white feet: Racial complexity in the photographic archive of Ricardo Rangel. Hispanic Research Journal, (Accepted for Publication)

Castro, P. (2021) Circling the End of the Line in Vimala Devi’s Monção. Kritika Kultura, (Accepted for Publication)

Castro, P. (2021) Blood on the Sand by Epitácio Pais. Delos: A Journal of Translation and World Literature, (Accepted for Publication)

Castro, P. (2021) The Rats by Epitácio Pais. Shanghai Literary Review, 2020(6), pp. 102-104.

Castro, P. (2021) Raw Muscle by Rubem Fonseca. Metamorphoses, 28(1), pp. 134-149.

Melo e Castro, P. (2020) Mais-Valias em Trier. e-metropolis, 11(43), pp. 72-78.

Vilela, L. and Melo e Castro, P. (2020) No more Indians. Sic. A Journal of Literature, Culture and Literary Translation, 11(1), LT.2. (doi: 10.15291/sic/1.11.lt.2)

Vilela, L. and Castro, P. (2020) ‘Black Bean Stew' by Luiz Vilela, translated by Paul Melo e Castro. Latin American Literature Today, 1(16),

Melo e Castro, P. (2020) Dom Teotónio by Maria Elsa da Rocha. Out of Print, 38,

Melo e Castro, P. (2019) Em torno do fim: Goa tardo-colonial no ciclo de contos Monção (1963) de Vimala Devi = Around the end: late-colonial Goa in Vimala Devi’s short-story cycle Monção. Via Atlântica, 36, pp. 16-41. (doi: 10.11606/va.v0i36.162015)

Melo e Castro, P. (2019) The Image of St Thomas by Maria Elsa da Rocha. Parmal, 8, pp. 27-33.

Castro, P. (2018) Xilunguine. Afterimage, 45(5),

da Rocha, L. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Lulu dies alone. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 587-594.

da Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) The factory whistle. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 581-585.

da Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Not by bread alone. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 573-579.

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Deaf to the world. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 595-599.

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Serafina. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 601-604.

Fernandes, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Shadows. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 521-525.

Festino, C. G., Garmes, H., Melo e Castro, P. and Newman, R. (2018) Special Issue: Goans on the Move [Guest Editors]. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7,

Festino, C. G., Garmes, H., Melo e Castro, P. and Newman, R. (2018) Introduction: Goans on the move. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 9-15.

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) A Christmas tale. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 567-568.

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Room 54. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 569-571.

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) The heart of the metropole: urban space and interracial relationships in ‘Fidelidade’ by Vimala Devi, ‘Um encontro imprevisto’ by Henrique de Senna Fernandes and ‘Nina’ by Orlanda Amarílis. Forum for Modern Language Studies, 53(4), pp. 405-429. (doi: 10.1093/fmls/cqx038)

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) Clean break, tangled lives: December 1961 in the Goan short stories "Rucmá, a mulherzinha de Salém" by Maria Elsa da Rocha and "Guerra" by Sheela Kolambkar. Luso-Brazilian Review, 54(1), pp. 78-101.

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Melo e Castro, P. (2017) Dr Pepino. Indian Literature, 60(4), pp. 141-147.

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) Leafing through Lisbon: Eduardo Gageiro’s urban photobook Lisboa no Cais da Memória (2003). Comunicação pública, 12(23), (doi: 10.4000/cp.1971)

Barreto, S., Melo e Castro, P. and Braga, D. D. (2016) O africanista. Via Atlântica, 30, pp. 331-334.

Melo e Castro, P. , Braga, D. D. and Garmes, H. (2016) Introdução à Antologia de Contos Goeses. Via Atlântica, 30, pp. 313-321.

Shetty, M., Melo e Castro, P. and Braga, D. D. (2016) Senhor Segundamão. Via Atlântica, 30, pp. 343-348.

Braga, D. D., Melo e Castro, P. and Garmes, H. (2016) Special Issue: Goa: Literatura e Cultura 2. Via Atlântica, 30,

da Rocha, M. E. and Castro, P. (2016) Dom Teotónio. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 34-42.

da Silva Coelho, J. and Castro, P. (2016) The brave Valentim Negrão and his theory of communicating vessels. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 26-29.

da Silva Coelho, J. and Castro, P. (2016) Placentino's views of politicians and fishwives. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 30-33.

Devi, V. and Castro, P. (2016) The house husband. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 12-21.

Devi, V. and Castro, P. (2016) The subsidy. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 22-25.

do Rosário Rodrigues, A. and Castro, P. (2016) The heir of the Alvuras. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 43-47.

Pais, E. and Castro, P. (2016) Daughter of the soil. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 5-11.

Pais, E. and Castro, P. (2016) Smugglers. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 1-4.

Sar Dessai, A. R. and Castro, P. (2016) Ferramicina. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 66-72.

Varela Gomes, P. and Castro, P. (2016) My name is Casimiro Monteiro. Govapuri, 10(4), pp. 61-65.

Amarílis, O. and Melo e Castro, P. (2015) Nina, by Orlanda Amarílis, translated from the Portuguese by Paul Melo e Castro. Exchanges: Journal of Literary Translation(Fall),

De Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2015) The bangle seller. Metamorphoses, 23(2), pp. 178-184.

Silva Coelho, J. d. and Melo e Castro, P. (2015) The hesitations of Damião and his first love by José da Silva Coelho, translated by Paul Castro e Melo. Indian Review,

da Silva Coelho, J. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Dr Olhada’s prescription for obesity. Indian Literature, 58(5), pp. 109-113.

de Senna Fernandes, H. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) An unexpected Encounter, by Henrique de Senna Fernandes. Translated by Paul Castro e Melo. AALITRA Review, 9, pp. 81-94.

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Out into uncertainty: the lonely voices of Epitacio Pais's Goan short stories. Luso-Brazilian Review, 51(2), pp. 105-125. (doi: 10.1353/lbr.2014.0032)

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Shameful things in the city: writing and re-righting colonial urban space in José Luandino Vieira’s Luuanda. Journal of Romance Studies, 14(3), pp. 37-53. (doi: 10.3828/jrs.14.3.37)

Castro, P. (2013) José da Silva Coelho's stories in the context of Portuguese-language Goan literature. Muse India, 50,

da Rocha, M. E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2013) Êtê Êtê Morhà. Contemporary Literary Review India,

da Silva Coelho, J. and Melo e Castro, P. (2013) To love is to suffer. Muse India, 50,

Melo e Castro, P. (2013) Dictatorship, liberation, transition in the short fiction of three Portuguese-language Goan writers: Alberto de Menezes Rodrigues, Ananta Rau Sar Dessai and Telo de Mascarenhas. Journal of Romance Studies, 13(2), pp. 1-18. (doi: 10.3828/jrs.13.2.1)

Melo e Castro, P. (2013) Postcolonial subjects in the Goan short stories “A Portuguese Soldier’s Story” by Lambert Mascarenhas and “Um Português em Baga” by Epitácio Pais. Ellipsis, 11, pp. 87-110. (doi: 10.21471/jls.v11i0.77)

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2013) On the train by Epitácio Pais, translated by Paul Melo e Castro. India Review, 12,

Melo e Castro, P. (2012) Small bursts of sharp laughter: the form and content of satire in Jacob e Dulce. Portuguese Studies, 28(1), pp. 32-49. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.28.1.0032)

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2012) The mask. Adirondack Review, 13(2),

Pais, E. and Melo e Castro, P. (2012) Munu. Metamorphoses, 20(2), pp. 134-146.

Coelho, J. D. S., Martinho, S., Melo e Castro, P. and Pinto, A. (2011) Malícias Orientais (Pequenas Histórias Garotas, Alegres e Tristes de Costumes das Novas Conquistas), Índia Portuguesa 1923. Via Atlântica, 19, pp. 179-194. (doi: 10.11606/va.v0i19.50776)

Devi, V. and Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Job's Children ("Os Filhos de Job") by Vimala Devi. Translated by Paul Melo e Castro. AALITRA Review, 3, pp. 20-35.

Garmes, H. and Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Lirismo e conservadorismo na arena política: o conto “Shivá, brincando…” da escritora goesa Maria Elsa da Rocha. Abril, 4(6), pp. 77-87.

Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Eduardo Gageiro's happy-sad city: humanist street photography and Lisboa no Cais da Memória. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 88(4), pp. 481-494. (doi: 10.3828/bhs.2011.21)

Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Malícias Orientais de José da Silva Coelho: entre o discurso e o desejo coloniais. Via Atlântica, 19, pp. 87-102. (doi: 10.11606/va.v0i19.50769)

Devi, V. and Melo e Castro, P. (2010) Nâttak. Metamorphoses, 18(1), pp. 44-58.

Melo e Castro, P. (2010) José Cardoso Pires's Balada da Praia dos Cães, historiographic metafiction, and the detective novel. Romance Studies, 28(2), pp. 130-140. (doi: 10.1179/026399010X12645114972378)

Devi, V. and Melo e Castro, P. (2009) The cure. Sojourn, 22, pp. 44-48.

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Circling the city in Fernando Lopes' Belarmino (1964). Studies in European Cinema, 6(2-3), pp. 179-189. (doi: 10.1386/seci.6.2-3.179/1)

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Lisbon close up, seen from afar: the representation of the city in Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas’s Foreign Land (1996). eSharp, 2009, pp. 22-40.

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Reading, writing and remembering the city: José Cardoso Pires’s Lisboa, livro de bordo. Journal of Romance Studies, 9(2), pp. 101-115. (doi: 10.3828/jrs.9.2.101)

Melo e Castro, P. (2009) Vimala Devi’s Monção: the last snapshots of colonial Goa. Portuguese Studies, 25(1), pp. 46-64.

Atkin, R., Melo e Castro, P. and Ribeiro, R. (2008) Literature, 1928 to the present day. Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 70, pp. 412-422.

Atkin, R., Melo e Castro, P. and Ribeiro, R. (2007) Literature, 1928 to the present day. Year's Work in Modern Language Studies, 69, pp. 373-382.

Castro, P. (2005) Umas casas portuguesas: housing the Estado Novo in Cardoso Pires’s Balada da Praia dos Cães. Textos e Pretextos, 6, pp. 32-45.

Books

Castro, P. (2020) Monsoon [by Vimala Devi, translated by Paul Castro]. Seagull: Calcutta. ISBN 9780857426956

Castro, P. (2016) Lengthening Shadows: An Anthology of Goan Short Stories Translated from the Portuguese, [by Paul Melo e Castro] Vol. 1. Goa 1556: Saligão. ISBN 9789380739755

Castro, P. (2016) Lengthening Shadows: An Anthology of Goan Short Stories Translated from the Portuguese, [by Paul Melo e Castro] Vol. 2. Goa 1556: Saligão. ISBN 9789380739762

Melo e Castro, P. (2011) Shades of Grey: 1960s Lisbon in Novel, Film and Photobook. Series: Texts and dissertations (Modern Humanities Research Association) (77). Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association: London. ISBN 9781906540678

Book Sections

Castro, P. (2020) Expressive perspectives on the printed page: the photography of Ricardo Rangel. In: Serra, F., Andre, P. and Martins, S. (eds.) Projectos Editoriais: Imagens e Contra-Imagens no Estado Novo. Imprensa de Ciências Sociais: Lisbon, Portugal, pp. 275-302.

Castro, P. M. e. (2019) The dregs populating the village of Santana: Rural Goa in three stories by Epitacio Pais. In: Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK. ISBN 9781786833907

Garmes, H. and Castro, P. M. e. (2019) The story of Goan literature in Portuguese: A question of terminology. In: Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK. ISBN 9781786833907

Melo e Castro, P. (2019) The cartography of Goan literature: one language in a multilingual social landscape. In: Melo e Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9781786833907

Miranda, E. and Castro, P. M. e. (2019) Science over superstition? The representation of the social world of the Novas Conquistas in Bodki by Agostinho Fernandes. In: Castro, P. (ed.) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, UK. ISBN 9781786833907

Castro, P. (2019) Atitudes que o Vento Levou: The stories of Eduardo de Sousa and the post-1961 vision of a Goan elite in decline. In: Almeida, R. (ed.) Goa: A Post-Colonial Society Between Cultures. Goa 1556: Margao, India. ISBN 9788193423684

Castro e Melo, P. (2019) 'Three fleeting voices: The Goan subaltern in the stories of Vimala Devi, Maria Elsa da Rocha and Epitácio Pais'. In: Abreu, S., da Silva, A. and d'Souza, R. (eds.) Public History of Goa: Evolving Politics, Culture and Identity. Series: XCHR studies series (14). Cinnamon Teal: Goa, pp. 128-135. ISBN 9789387676350

Castro e Melo, P. (2018) Portuguese language Goan literature: Whence, whither and wherefore. In: Carvalho, S. (ed.) The Brave New World of Goan Writing. Bombaykala Books: Mumbai, pp. 203-212. ISBN 9788193947500

Melo e Castro, P. (2017) "E eu que não conhecia nada". In: Alós, A. P., de Felippe, R. F. and Souto, A. d. R. (eds.) Figurações do Imaginário Cinematográfico na Contemporaneidade. Universidade Federal de Santa Maria UP: Santa Maria, pp. 201-215. ISBN 9788593513015

Melo e Castro, P. and Garmes, H. (2016) Entre o mainstream e a contracultura na Goa da década de 1970. In: Pais, E. (ed.) Preia-Mar. Goa 1556: Saligão, pp. 281-308.

Castro, P. (2014) Ananta Rau Sar Dessai’s radio days. In: Menezes, V. and Britto, N. (eds.) Mundo Goa. Sinbal’s Book House: Panjim, pp. 202-208.

Castro, P. and Garmes, H. (2014) A história da literatura goesa de língua portuguesa: uma questão de designação. In: Abdala Junior, B. (ed.) Estudos Comparados: Teoria, Crítica e Metodologia. Ateliê Editorial: Cotia, pp. 211-242. ISBN 9788574806778

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Atitudes que o vento levou: Eduardo de Sousa and the post-1961 vision of an elite in decline. In: Machado, E. V. (ed.) ACT 27: Goa Portuguesa e Pós-Colonial: Literatura, Cultura e Sociedade. Húmus: Lisbon, pp. 273-294. ISBN 9789897550690

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Viagem ao príncipio do mundo / Voyage to the Beginning of the World (1997). In: Haenni, S., Barrow, S. and White, J. (eds.) Routledge Encyclopedia of Films. Routledge: London, pp. 571-574. ISBN 9781317682615

Sar Dessai, A. R. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) My sister is a rich man. In: Menezes, V. and Britto, N. (eds.) Mundo Goa. Sinbal’s Book House: Panjim, pp. 216-223.

Sar Dessai, A. R. and Melo e Castro, P. (2014) A very pleasant gentleman. In: Menezes, V. and Britto, N. (eds.) Mundo Goa. Sinbal’s Book House: Panjim, pp. 209-215.

Castro, P. (2012) The eye of the photographer and the foot of the flâneur. In: di Bello, P., Wilson, C. and Zamir, S. (eds.) The Photobook. I.B. Tauris: London, pp. 196-211. ISBN 9780857721419

Castro, P. (2012) Of prison walls and barroom brawls: postcolonial categories in Mia Couto’s “De como se vazou a vida de ascolino do perpétuo socorro” and Laxmanrao Sardessai’s “O barco de África/The Africa Boat”. In: Pereira Khan, S., Dias Martins, A. M., Owen, H. and Ramos Villar, C. (eds.) The Lusotropical Tempest: Postcolonial Debates in Portuguese. HiPLA: Bristol, pp. 127-150. ISBN 9780955392283

Castro, P. (2011) Aspects of the representation of Lisbon on screen. In: Pizzi, K. and Weiss-Sussex, G. (eds.) The Cultural Identity of European Cities. Peter Lang: Bern, pp. 185-204. ISBN 9783035300604

Castro, P. (2011) Four cases from 130 years of Portuguese detective fiction. In: Vosberg, N. (ed.) Iberian Crime Fiction. University of Wales Press: Cardiff, pp. 116-144. ISBN 9780708323335

Castro, P. (2006) Ainda bem que chegaste: life, death and friendship in the detective novels of Francisco Jose Viegas. In: Craig-Odders, R. W., Collins, J. and Close, G. S. (eds.) Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Detective Fiction: Essays on the Genero Negro Tradition. McFarland Press: Jefferson, NC, pp. 123-140. ISBN 9780786424269

Book Reviews

Castro e Melo, P. (2019) Graciliano Ramos and the Making of Modern Brazil: Memories, Politics and Identities, ed. by Sara Brandellero and Lúcia Villares (Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2017). Portuguese Studies, 35(1), pp. 106-107. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.35.1.0106)[Book Review]

Castro e Melo, P. (2018) Celsa Pinto, Anatomy of a Colonial Capital: Panjim (Saligão, India: Goa 1556, 2016), Print. Celsa Pinto, Colonial Panjim: Its Governance, its People (Saligão, India: Goa 1556, 2016),. Portuguese Studies, 34(1), pp. 123-125. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.34.1.0123)[Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Costa, Suneeta Peres da. Saudade. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 363-366. [Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2018) Darlene Sadlier. The Portuguese-Speaking Diaspora: Seven Centuries of Literature and the Arts. Interdisciplinary Journal of Portuguese Diaspora Studies, 7, pp. 367-372. [Book Review]

Castro e Melo, P. (2017) Bal Gangadhar Tilak, Guitá-Rahasya ou Ciência do Activismo Para o BemEstar Universal, trans. by Pandurang Purushottam Shirodkar (Alto Porvorim, India: Pradnya Darshan Prakashan, 2016). Portuguese Studies, 33(2), pp. 245-248. (doi: 10.5699/portstudies.33.2.0245)[Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2014) Henrique de Senna Fernandes: By Train and by Tram to the South China Seas. AALITRA Review, 9, pp. 79-94. [Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2010) Esther Gabara, Errant Modernism: The Ethos of Photography in Mexico and Brazil, Durham, NC and London: Duke University Press, 2008. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 87(7), pp. 894-895. (doi: 10.3828/bhs.2010.36)[Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2010) Monção: a literary representation of Goa. Nethra Review, 11(2), pp. 54-55. [Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2008) Brazilian National Cinema, Lisa Shaw and Stephanie Dennison (2007). New Cinemas, 6(2), pp. 155-157. (doi: 10.1386/ncin.6.2.153_5)[Book Review]

Melo e Castro, P. (2002) Lewis Carroll, As Aventuras de Alice no Pais das Maravilhas e Alice do Outro Lado do Espelho, translated by Margarida Vale do Gato, Lisbon: Relógio d’Água, 2000. Revista de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses, 10, pp. 89-97. [Book Review]

Edited Books

Melo e Castro, P. M. (Ed.) (2019) Colonial and Post-Colonial Goan Literature in Portuguese: Woven Palms. Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies. University of Wales Press: Cardiff. ISBN 9781786833907

Melo e Castro, P. and Festino, C. G. (Eds.) (2017) A House of Many Mansions: Goan Literature in Portuguese. Under the Peepal Tree: Margão. ISBN 9789386301628

Fernandes, A. R. L., Baubeta, P. A. O. d., Melo e Castro, P. and Flor, J. A. (Eds.) (2016) Storytelling: Memory, Love and Loss in Portuguese Short Fiction. Series: Textos Chimaera. University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies: Lisbon. ISBN 9789728886288

Scholarly Editions

de Mascarenhas, T. (2020) Fragmentos de Uma Sinfonia Goesa. [Scholarly Editions]

Sar Dessai, A. R. (2020) Teoria do Riso: Contos, Poemas e Peças Radiofónicas do Médico Hindu Ananta Rau Sar Dessai. [Scholarly Editions]

Pais, E. (2016) Preia-Mar. [Scholarly Editions]

Research Reports or Papers

Castro, P. (2003) Flanerie and Writing the City in Iain Sinclair's Lights Out for the Territory, Edmund White's The Flaneur, and Jose Cardoso Pires's Lisboa: Livro de Bordo. Other. Darwin College, Cambridge.

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Grants

2017-2018 BA/Leverhulme Small Research Grant (on "Late Colonial Mozambique in the Photographic Archive of Ricardo Rangel")

2014 British Council Researcher Links Travel Grant (to collaborate with São Paulo Research Foundation funded Pensando Goa project)

2009-2011 Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship (on "The Portuguese-Language Goan Short Story")

Supervision

I welcome proposals at postgraduate and postdoctoral level on any aspect of literature, film or photography from the Portuguese-speaking world.

PhD Supervision

  • “Translating Between Chinese and Portuguese: The Macanese Literature of Henrique de Senna Fernandes“ (Tenglong Wan)
  • “Masculinities and Social Change in the Literary Lisbon(s) of Livro do Desassossego, Um Homem não Chora and História do Cerco de Lisboa” (Rhian Atkin)

MRes Supervision

  • “Regional Identity in Chinese- and Portuguese-Language Literature from Macau” (Ruaíri Garvey)

Teaching

I teach on both the Portuguese and Comparative Literature programmes:

Portuguese

  • HISP2014 Portuguese Culture 2
  • HISP2015 Portuguese Language 2
  • HISP4081 Portuguese Junior Honours
  • HISP4082/HISP4085 Portuguese Senior Honours

Comparative Literature

  • COMPLIT2002 Crossing Borders (Frontiers)
  • COMPLIT2010 Displacement and Migration on Film
  • COMPLIT4003 Theories of Reading
  • COMPLIT4030 The Everyday in Film, Photography and Literature

SMLC

  • MODLANG4005 Text/Image Cultures: Theory and Practice
  • MLITT Postcolonial Literature, Theory and Visual Culture

Additional information

International Research Projects

I am currently involved in the following research projects:

Pensando Goa

Printed Photography: Image and Propaganda in Portugal (1934-1974)

International Group for Studies of Colonial Periodical Press of the Portuguese Empire

 

The Moving Pavement

My research and teaching on photography is practice-led. Some of the relevant materials can be found at The Moving Pavement

Photo-essays made as part of my research can be found here:

Mais-Valias em Trier, E-metropolis 43, 2020, pp.72-78

Sínicas, Revista Torquato 2, April-June 2020, pp.17, 23, 29, 32.

Regional Tales, PRIVATE: Photo Review, 27th August 2019

Group Exhibition, 1234  F-Stop Magazine, June-July 2019

Dream Space, Elsewhere: A Journal of Place, 21st May 2019

Walking the Big Worm, Slag Glass City, 5, May 2019

Dancing on One Leg, The Journal of Urban Photography, 2019

Xilunguine, Afterimage: The Journal of Media Arts and Cultural Criticism, Vol. 45 No. 5, September/October 2018; (p.36)