ESC:ALA #10

The new number of ESC#ALA is now available.

This electronic journal of interartistic studies and practices was edited by Pedro da Costa, Mathilde Ferreira Neves and Rita Novas Miranda, collaborators to the research group Intermedialities of the ILCML.

End of the World Seminars | Season 5

22nd June 2017
6pm
Sala de Reuniões

eLyra #8: Ekphrasis in Modern and Contemporary Poetry

The eighth issue of eLyra, Ekphrasis in Modern and Contemporary Poetry is now available online. Edited by João Pedro da Costa, Rita Novas Miranda and Rosa Maria Martelo.

ESC:ALA #9

The new issue of ESC:ALA is now available online.

ESC:ALA is the electronic journal of interartistic studies and works, edited by João Pedro da Costa, Mathilde Ferreira Neves and Rita Novas Miranda, collaborators of the IntermedialiTIES research group of ILC.

Number 17 of the Estudos de Literatura Comparada series

Da MTV para o YouTube: a convergência dos vídeos musicais by João Pedro da Costa.

eLyra n.º 8: L’ekphrasis dans la poésie moderne et contemporaine

Les articles seront reçus Jusqu’au 31 octobre 2016. Édition de João Pedro da Costa, Rita Novas Miranda et Rosa Maria Martelo.

ESC:ALA #8

The new issue of ESC:ALA is online.

ESC:ALA os the electronic journal of interartistic studies and works, edited by João Pedro da Costa, Mathilde Ferreira Neves and Rita Novas Miranda, collaborators of the IntermedialiTIES research group of ILC.

ESC:ALA #7

The new issue of ESC:ALA is now available.

ESC:ALA os the electronic journal of interartistic studies and works, edited by João Pedro da Costa, Mathilde Ferreira Neves and Rita Novas Miranda, collaborators of the IntermedialiTIES research group of ILC.

About José Pinheiro music videography

Some thoughts by João Pedro da Costa on the work of Portuguese director José Pinheiro.

ESC:ALA #6

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The new issue of ESC:ALA is online.

ESC:ALA os the electronic journal of interartistic studies and works, edited by João Pedro da Costa, Mathilde Ferreira Neves and Rita Novas Miranda, collaborators of the IntermedialiTIES research group of ILC.