Narratives in Motion: Journalism and modernist events in 1920's Portugal

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Abstract

Interwar Portugal was in many ways a microcosm of Europe’s encounter with modernity: reshaped by industrialization, urban growth, and the antagonism between liberalism and authoritarianism, it also witnessed new forms of media and mass culture that transformed daily life. This fascinating study of newspapers in 1920s Portugal explores how the new “modernist reportage” embodied the spirit of the era while mediating some of its most spectacular episodes, from political upheavals to lurid crimes of passion. In the process, Luís Trindade illuminates the twofold nature of that journalism—both historical account and material object, it epitomized a distinctly modern entanglement of narrative and event.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York/London
PublisherBerghahn Books
Number of pages211
ISBN (Electronic)9781785331046
ISBN (Print)9781785331039
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Publication series

NameRemapping Cultural History

Keywords

  • Media studies
  • Modernist narratives
  • Modern Portuguese history
  • Press and modernism
  • Press and cinema

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