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Título: MACAU'S AUTONOMY IN PORTUGUESE HISTORIOGRAPHY (19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIES)
Palabras clave: Historia
Macau's Autonomy. Macau History. Macau's Portuguese Historiography. 19th and 20th centuries. Municipal government [Senado]. Liberalism. Etnicity. Identity. Macanese. Patoá [patois]. Sino-Portuguese relations. Macau question
Editorial: Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Descripción: Macau's status has never been a pacific topic even inside Portuguese histori-ography. Departing from Montalto de Jesus (1863-1932)' controversial proposal to summit Macau's administration to the League of Nations in the revised edition of his Historic Macao, 1926, the author aims to discuss the construction of the discourse on the autonomy of Macau, identify the roots of this concept, and explore its different meanings in works of some of the most relevant Portuguese and Macanese historians and authors on the topic during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The article shows the relevance of the establishment's historical, political, economical and geographical contexts to Macau¿s present autonomous status and how the city¿s self-government praxis assumed by the municipal government since its creation is deeply interiorized in Portuguese Macau's collective memory. Focuzing in the context of the Portuguese imperial and colonial systems, Macau¿s claims and aspirations during the periods of major Liberal political radicalism, e.g. 1822-1823 and 1834-1844 are examined, while special attention is paid to the emergence of a Macanese ethnic affirmation and to the use of the patoá [patois] in the moments the group fears for its survival.
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Aparece en las Colecciones:Bulletin of Portuguese - Japanese Studies

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