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The transatlantic circulation of printed matter: the globalisation of culture in the 19th Century

Grant number: 11/07342-9
Support type:Research Projects - Thematic Grants
Duration: September 01, 2011 - August 31, 2016
Field of knowledge:Linguistics, Literature and Arts - Literature
Principal Investigator:Márcia Azevedo de Abreu
Grantee:Márcia Azevedo de Abreu
Home Institution: Instituto de Estudos da Linguagem (IEL). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Co-Principal Investigators:Orna Messer Levin ; Sandra Guardini Teixeira Vasconcelos ; Tania Regina de Luca
Assoc. researchers:Lucia Granja ; Maria Lúcia Dias Mendes ; Marisa Midore Deaecto
Associated grant(s):14/09613-8 - The Cultural Revolution of the 19th century: theatre, the Book-Trade, and reading in the transatlantic world, PUB.LVR.EXT
13/50499-1 - Representation of the Amazon by Inglês de Souza and European travelers, AP.R
13/11609-6 - The transatlantic circulation of printed matter: fashion magazines and the globalization of culture in the 19th century, AV.EXT
Associated scholarship(s):16/06129-3 - The royalty reads novels: the presence of novels in the imperial library and in personal documents of the Brazilian imperial family, BP.MS
15/24023-5 - Balzac in Brazil: Alencar´s novel and the formation of the literary taste (19th century), BP.MS
16/03610-2 - Theatre and abolition : the dramaturgy of Arthur Rocha, BP.MS
+ associated scholarships 15/06207-1 - Circulation and assessment of novels in France, Great Britain, Portugal and Brazil, 1840-1870, BP.PD
15/11266-7 - Books for sale: behind-the-scenes of literature in the typography of Jornal do Commercio (1827-1865), BP.MS
15/03877-6 - Theatre shows in daily press: advertisement and critical reception at Gazeta de Notícias (1880-1890), BP.IC
14/23370-0 - The presence of novels in women's libraries of the Portuguese Royal Family, BP.PD
15/01835-4 - Presence of novels in The Times (1825-1839), BP.IC
14/22100-0 - Fenimore Cooper in the catalogues of livraria de B. L. Garnier: data collection and analysis, BP.IC
14/06692-4 - Qorpo-Santo and Brazilian theatrical scene of nineteenth-century, BP.DR
14/06398-9 - The French drama in Rio de Janeiro's stages: circulation, reception and genre acclimation, BP.DR
14/08694-4 - Readingss below the Arcades: the São Francisco square Law School library, BP.IC
14/05387-3 - The B. L. Garnier's bookstore and the Honoré de Balzac's reception in the Brazilian nineteenth century, BP.IC
13/26111-3 - In the TRAIL of readings: João do Rio's library, BP.IC
13/18052-7 - Edition, circulation and critical reception of fictional prose of Inglês de Sousa, BP.PD
13/17187-6 - The novels of the Empress: presence of fictional books in the library of Empress Teresa Cristina Maria, BP.IC
13/11574-8 - On the feuilleton: Alexandre Dumas in Portuguese reading cabinet of Rio de Janeiro (1850-1870), BP.PD
13/11531-7 - The rubrics of Jornal do Commercio (1827-1835 and 1854-1865), Diário do Rio de Janeiro (1821-1878) and Correio Mercantil (1848-1868): indexing and description, BP.IC
13/10043-9 - The transatlantic circulation of printed matter: books and readings in São Paulo through research on post-mortem inventories (1870-1890), BP.MS
13/06477-3 - José de Alencar and the tension between domestic and foreign in the making of Brazilian literature, BP.DR
12/20953-0 - Emile Gaboriau and the "Roman judiciaire" in the France-Brazil relations during the nineteenth century, BP.PD
12/17667-5 - Semana Ilustrada, the Moleque and Dr. Semana (1860/18760), BP.MS
12/19870-2 - Inside books: topicality and circulation of novels on booksellers catalogues(1840-1865), BP.IC
12/04515-2 - Refining intersections: reading novels in France, Portugal and Brazil in the mid-19th Century (1830-1870), BP.PD
12/05700-8 - Literature and nacionality in revista popular (1859-1862), BP.IC - associated scholarships

Abstract

The project "The transatlantic circulation of printed matter - the globalization of culture in the 19th Century" intends to learn more about the printed matter and the ideas in circulation between England, France, Portugal and Brazil, in "the long 19th Century" (1789-1914). Its main objectives are to identify to and analyze the cultural practices involved in the processes of circulation of printed matter and ideas on a transnational scale, studying the appropriations of these ideas in those four countries by means of the investigation of the writings and actions of the men of letters, as well as of the activities of censors, editors, publishers and booksellers. (AU)

Articles published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the research grant
Nineteenth-century Brazilian literary production circulated around the globe 
Publication supported by FAPESP win book prize