Patricia Schor MA
P.Schor@uu.nl
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Patricia Schor is a PhD candidate at Utrecht University. She holds an MA from the International Institute of Social Studies, part of the Erasmus University - The Hague, with a thesis on Afro-Brazilian religions. Her PhD research was initiated at King's College London and later transferred to the Utrecht University. It focuses on the continuities and reconfigurations of the Portuguese empire in contemporary narratives of the Portuguese language, which represent points of contact with Africa. Patricia has conduced field research in Lisbon, as Associated Researcher to the Centre for Comparative Studies - University of Lisbon, group Dislocating Europe. At Utrecht University she is an Affiliated Researcher to the Research Institute for History and Culture, group Textual Culture; and is a member of the Postcolonial Studies Initiative. Patricia was recently awarded a Prince Bernhard Scholarship to carry out comparative research on the representations of Africa in Portugal and Brazil. Before her PhD, she worked at Oxfam-Novib, as Programme Officer Lusophone Africa. She maintains her critical engagement in the field of Development. Her research interests are Europe's post-imperial imaginaries, postcolonial representations of Africa, Border theory and language discourse.

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Key publications

Schor, P. (2012). Introduction. P: Portuguese Cultural Studies (4), (pp. 5-12) (8 p.). Introduction to thematic issue on Brazilian Postcolonialities.

Schor, P. (2012). Mia Couto: A língua-fronteira em O Último Voo do Flamingo. In Rita Chaves & Tania Macêdo (Eds.), Passagens para o Índico - Encontros Brasileiros com a Literatura Moçambicana (pp. 231-243) (327 p.). Maputo: Marimbique, Collection of contributions by Brazilian researchers on Mozambican Literature. Organised by the University of São Paulo. Published in Mozambique..

Schor, P. (2012). Eduardo Agualusa dislocating the Portuguese language: O vendedor de passados trespassing the border. In E Brugioni, J Passos, A Sarabando & M Silva (Eds.), Itinerâncias. Percursos e Representações da Pós-colonialidade | Journeys. Postcolonial Trajectories and Representations (pp. 335-355) (472 p.). V.N. Famalicão: Húmus Edições-CEHUM.

Schor, P. (2009). Dinâmicas de cooperação entre ímpares. In ACEP (Eds.), Cooperação descentralizada: entre Norte e Sul, reequilibrar poderes, reforçar solidariedades, favorecer mudanças (pp. 21-31) (175 p.). Lisbon: Associação para a cooperação entre os povos (ACEP).

All publications
  2013 - Scholarly publications
dos Santos, E.R.S. & Schor, P. (2013). Brasil, estudos pós-coloniais e contracorrentes análogas: entrevista com Ella Shohat e Robert Stam. Revista Estudos Feministas, 21 (2), (pp. 701-726) (26 p.). areas: Postcolonial Studies, Brazilian Studies, Trans-Atlantic Studies.
  2013 - Other output
Schor, P. (06.09.2013). Des-cobrindo race in the postempire: the analogies camp/colony & Jew/black. Areas: Postcolonial Studies, Portuguese Studies, Portugal, Africa.
  2012 - Scholarly publications
dos Santos, E.R.S. & Schor, P. (2012). Editorial Note. P: Portuguese Cultural Studies (4), (pp. 2-4) (3 p.). Editorial Note to thematic issue on Brazilian Postcolonialities.
Schor, P. (2012). Eduardo Agualusa dislocating the Portuguese language: O vendedor de passados trespassing the border. In E Brugioni, J Passos, A Sarabando & M Silva (Eds.), Itinerâncias. Percursos e Representações da Pós-colonialidade | Journeys. Postcolonial Trajectories and Representations (pp. 335-355) (472 p.). V.N. Famalicão: Húmus Edições-CEHUM.
dos Santos, E.R.S. & Schor, P. (2012). Interview with Ella Shohat and Robert Stam: “Brazil is not Traveling Enough”: On Postcolonial Theory and Analogous Counter-Currents. P: Portuguese Cultural Studies (4), (pp. 13-40) (28 p.).
Schor, P. (2012). Introduction. P: Portuguese Cultural Studies (4), (pp. 5-12) (8 p.). Introduction to thematic issue on Brazilian Postcolonialities.
Schor, P. (2012). Mia Couto: A língua-fronteira em O Último Voo do Flamingo. In Rita Chaves & Tania Macêdo (Eds.), Passagens para o Índico - Encontros Brasileiros com a Literatura Moçambicana (pp. 231-243) (327 p.). Maputo: Marimbique, Collection of contributions by Brazilian researchers on Mozambican Literature. Organised by the University of São Paulo. Published in Mozambique..
  2012 - Other output
Schor, P. (2012). Alles Kids: Naturalising xenophobia and sexual objectification through children’s voices. Contribution to weblog Space Invaders: Reporting from the Borderlands www.space-invaders.eu.
P. Schor (16.11.2012). Guest presentation PhD research in progress on Postcolonial Portugal. BA Course Topics of Europe: Session Current research on problematising Europe transnationally.
Schor, P. (2012). Kilombos, sim senhor.
P. Schor (11.05.2012). Language as art object: Africa in the representations of the Portuguese language - Brazil and Portugal. Atlantic Triangles: Lusophone Colonial and Postcolonial Crossings.
P. Schor (13.04.2012). Language as art object: Africa in the representations of the Portuguese language - Brazil and Portugal. Portuguese Studies Seminar, Department of Modern Languages.
Schor, P. (2012). No place for Blackface at educational institutions: Dutch children and their right for a better world. Contribution to weblog Space Invaders: Reporting from the Borderlands www.space-invaders.eu.
  2010 - Other output
P. Schor (01.07.2010). Eduardo Agualusa dislocating the Portuguese language: O vendedor de passados trespassing the border. Conference Lupor III: Lusophone Postcolonial Research Network - Teorias Itinerantes_Travelling Theories.
P. Schor (06.11.2010). Language as art object: Africa in the representations of the Portuguese language – Brazil and Portugal. Conference [Un]disciplined Encounters: Science as terrain of postcolonial interaction between Africa and Europe – past and future.
  2009 - Professional publications
Schor, P. (2009). Dinâmicas de cooperação entre ímpares. In ACEP (Eds.), Cooperação descentralizada: entre Norte e Sul, reequilibrar poderes, reforçar solidariedades, favorecer mudanças (pp. 21-31) (175 p.). Lisbon: Associação para a cooperação entre os povos (ACEP).
  2009 - Other output
P. Schor (11.09.2009). Africa dislocating the Portuguese language: José Eduardo Agualusa's novel trespassing the border. African Borderlands Research Network Conference 2009.
P. Schor (08.01.2009). Mia Couto’s linguagens. Guest lecture: African Studies’ Master Course - Faculty of Letters - University of Lisbon.
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