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“Island-Raised but Foreign-Made: Lived Experiences, Transnational Relationships, and Expressions of Womanhood among Cape Verdean Migrant Women in Greater Lisbon,” Island Studies Journal.

“Africans in Macau and Guangzhou: A Study of Exodus Tendencies and the Implications for Cultural Dialogue with China,” Macau Ricci Institute Journal.

“Chapter 7 Disputing Centralities amidst Covid-19: The Triangular Relationship of ASEAN, China and Timor-Leste.” Contribution to book chapter. In Paulo Seixas, Nuno Mendes & Nadine Lobner eds, The Paradox of ASEAN Centrality: Timor-Leste Betwixt and Between. Brill.

“Cape Verde: Society, Island Identity and Worldviews.” Visual Ethnography.

“Estudos Africanos e Trabalho de Campo.” Proceedings of “In Progress 3” Seminário Internacional sobre Ciências Sociais e Desenvolvimento em África, Iolanda Évora & Sónia Frias eds, Lisbon: ISEG, University of Lisbon.

Celles qui partent pour une terre lointaine: Récits de femmes capverdiennes migrantes en France. By Martine Blanchard. Book review. Africana Studia.

Party Systems in Young Democracies: Varieties of Institutionalization in Sub-Saharan Africa. By Edalina Sanches. Book review. Cadernos de Estudos Africanos.

Of Hairy Kings and Saintly Slaves: An Ethiopian Travelogue. By Manuel João Ramos. Book review. Cadernos de Estudos Africanos.

“‘I Eat to Kill Hunger’: The Foods of Cape Verde and the Double-Edged Sword of Globalisation.” Shima.

“Stomach-Thought: Popular Portuguese Imageries of Ethnic Food, Indirect Group Representations, and the Sociocultural Condition of Afrodescendants of Cabo Verdean Origin.” Portuguese Literary and Cultural Studies.

“The Chinese Dream: China-Africa Educational Exchanges.” COOPEDU IV – Cooperação e Educação de Qualidade: Livro de Atas. Clara Carvalho, Maria Antónia Barreto & Filipe Santos eds, Lisbon: Centre for International Studies.

Why the Sandwich Will Not Take Over Cape Verde. BUALA (www.buala.org).