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We have translated more than thirty books and countless peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, conference papers, research proposals, book reviews, executive summaries, press releases, brochures, manuals, reports, scripts and websites.

 

We have managed more than twenty book projects from receipt of the initial text to completion of final proofs and publication.

 

We use  Adobe CC and Microsoft Office Professional for editing, memoQ to ensure accuracy and concordance while translating and RefWorks to manage and generate citations and bibliographies. We can place projects in cloud storage to which the client will have access to review documents as the project progresses.

RECENT WORK

  • BOOKS

    Almeida, P. T., Pinto, A. C. and Bermeo, N. (2003), Who governs Southern Europe? Regime change and ministerial recruitment 1850-2000, London: Frank Cass.

     

    Azeredo, J. de P. (1799), Essays on some illnesses of Angola, Lisbon: Tipografia Real.

     

    Cova, A. (ed.) (2006), Comparative women’s history: New approaches, Boulder, NY: Social Science

    Monographs.

     

    Freire, A. and Viegas, J. M. L. (eds) (forthcoming), Political representation in Portugal: Election leadership and political representation.

     

    Freire, A., Lobo, M. C. and Magalhães, P. (eds) (2007), Portugal at the polls in 2002, Lanham, MD: Lexington.

     

    Jerónimo, M. B. (2009), White books, black souls: The 'civilising mission' of colonial Portugal, c.1870-1930.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (ed.) (forthcoming), World of dictatorships

     

    Pinto, A. C. (ed.) (2013), The nature of fascism revisited, Boulder, NY: Social Science Monographs.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (ed.) (2011), Contemporary Portugal: Politics, society and culture, 2nd ed., Boulder, NY: Social Science Monographs.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (ed.) (2010), Ruling elites and decision-making in fascist-era dictatorships, Boulder, NY: East European Monographs.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (ed.) (2010), Rethinking the nature of fascism: Comparative perspectives, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (ed.) (2003), Contemporary Portugal: Politics, society and culture, Boulder, NY: Social Science Monographs.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (2001), The end of the Portuguese empire, Lisbon: Horizonte.

    Pinto, A. C. (ed.) (2000), The Blue Shirts: Portuguese fascists and the New State, Boulder, NY: Social Science Monographs.

     

    Pinto, A. C., Eatwell, R. and Larsen, S. U. (eds) (2006), Charisma and fascism in interwar Europe, London: Routledge.

     

    Pinto, A. C. and Morlino, L. (eds) (2011), Dealing with the legacy of authoritarianism: The ‘politics of the past’ in Southern European democracies, London: Routledge.

     

    Pinto, A. C. and Morlino, L. (eds) (2010), The politics of the past in Southern European democracies: Comparative perspectives. Special issue of South European Society and Politics 15 (3).

     

    Pinto, A. C. and Teixeira, N. S. (eds) (2012), The Europeanization of Portuguese democracy, Boulder, NY: Social Science Monographs.

     

    Pinto, A. C. and Teixeira, N. S. (eds) (2002), Southern Europe and the making of the European Union, boulder, NY: Social Science Monographs.

     

    Rodrigues, L. and Glebov, S. (eds) (2009), Military bases: Historical perspectives, contemporary Challenges, Amsterdam: IOS Press.

     

    Rodrigues, L. N. and Dubovyk, V. (eds) (2011), Perceptions of NATO and the New Strategic Concept, Amsterdam: IOS Press.

     

    Vicente, F. L. (2009), Other orientalisms: India between Florence and Bombay, 1860-1900, New Dehli: Black Swan.

     

    Vilar Formoso Holocaust Museum (forthcoming), Portugal and the Holocaust: The flight of Europe's

    Jews

  • ARTICLES

    Accornero, G. (2012), ‘Revolutionaries before the revolution: Student mobilization and political radicalization at the end of the Portuguese New State’, Análise Social.

     

    Adinolfi, G. (2009), ‘The Fascist elites, government and the Grand Council’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 8 (1), pp. 7–30.

     

    Adinolfi, G. (2004), ‘The Fascist ministerial elite’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 3 (2), pp. 91– 102.

     

    Azeredo, J. de P. (1778), ‘Natural history: Physics and chemistry’, Jornal Encyclopedico, pp. 259–88.

     

    Baumgarten, B. (2012), ‘“Spain, Greece, Ireland, Portugal! Our struggle is international!” Portuguese mobilisations around the economic crisis and their relationship to other contemporary protests’, Back to politics: New forms of mobilisation and democratisation, University of Bilbao, 9- 12 February.

     

    Belchior, A. (2011), ‘Do parties represent the people? Left-right party congruence across Europe’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 10 (2), pp. 147–67.

     

    Belchior, A. and Freire. A. (2011), ‘The law of curvilinear disparity revisited: The case of Portuguese political parties’.

     

    Cazorla-Sánchez, A. (2004), ‘Family matters: Ministerial elites and the articulation of the Francoist dictatorship’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 3 (2), pp. 73–89.

     

    CIES-ISCTE-IUL (2011), ‘Identifying different school organizations: Limits and advantages of a  mixed method research strategy’.

     

    Cova, A. (2011), ‘Legal position of women in Portugal: The case of the standing committee on legislation of the National Council of Portuguese Women (CNMP), 1914–1947’.

    Cova, A. (2010), ‘Portuguese women (1905): Ana de Castro Osório’.

     

    Cova, A. and Pinto, A. C. (2002), ‘Women under Salazar’s dictatorship’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 1 (2), pp. 129–46.

     

    Fonseca, A. M. (2009), ‘The Nazi ministerial elite’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 8 (1), pp.  43–59.

     

    Freire, A. (2010), ‘The 2009 European elections in Portugal: Primaries or simply second order’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 9 (1), pp. 71–88.

     

    Freire, A. (2009), ‘Values, themes and the vote in Portugal, 2005–6: Analysing old questions with new evidence’. Electoral Studies.

     

    Freire, A. (2007), ‘Minority representation in Portuguese democracy’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 6 (3), pp. 193–211.

     

    Freire, A. (2005), ‘Party system change in Portugal, 1974–2005: The role of social, political and ideological factors’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 4 (2), pp. 81–100.

     

    Freire, A. and Teixeira, C. P. (2011), ‘Choosing before choosing: The selection of parliamentary candidates. Part II: Rules and “practice”’.

     

    Freire, D. (2009), ‘Between property and pay: Remembering farm work in Alpiarça (1950s–1980s)’.

     

    Freire,  D. (2009), ‘Trees as barriers: The attempt to eradicate communal land in twentieth-century Portugal’.

     

    Freire, J. and Guimarães, P. (2012), ‘Syndicalism and anarchism in interwar Portugal: Struggles, dreams and ideological debates’.

     

    Gomes, P. (2008), ‘The international relations in the politics of the Partido Africano da Independência da Guiné e Cabo Verde’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 7 (2), pp. 115–

    30.

     

    Jerez, Mir, M. and Luque, J. (2011), ‘State and regime in early Francoism (1936–45): Power structures, main actors and repression policy’.

     

    Jerez Mir, M. (2009), ‘Executive, single party and ministers in Franco’s regime during the war years. 1936–45’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 8 (1), pp. 103–28.

     

    Lains, P. (2008), ‘The power of peripheral governments: Coping with the 1891 financial crisis in Portugal’, Historical Research 81 (23), pp. 486–506.

     

    Lisi, M. (2011), ‘The professionalisation of Portuguese campaigns: Parties and candidates in the 2009 general elections’.

     

    Lisi, M. (2011), ‘Party organisations and election campaigns in Portugal’.

     

    Lisi, M. (2010), ‘The democratisation of party leadership selection: The Portuguese experience’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 9 (2), pp. 227–49.

     

    Lisi, M. (2008), ‘Rethinking the role of the Portuguese Communist Party in the transition to democracy’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 7 (1), pp. 17–35.

     

    Luque Castillo, F. J. (2011), ‘Review of Ruling elites and decision-making in fascist-era dictatorships, edited by António Costa Pinto’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 10 (2), pp. 217–24.

     

    Machado, F. L. (2012), ‘Generators of sociological output in Portugal: An empirically illustrated interpretation’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 11 (1).

     

    Moreira, D., Pinto, A. C. and Almeida, P. T. de (2010), ‘Portuguese elites and the European Union’.

     

    Palacios Cerezales, D. (2007), ‘“Fascist lackeys”? Dealing with the police’s past during Portugal’s transition to democracy, 1974–1980’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 6 (3), pp. 155–69.

     

    Pereira, C. (2011), ‘Caste and tribe: Comparing the Gaudde in contemporary Goa and in Orlando da Costa’s O signo da Ira (The sign of anger)’, Goa: 1961 and beyond, ILAS, CES, Goa University, 18-20 December.

     

    Pereira, M. H. (2005), ‘The origins of the welfare state in Portugal: The new frontiers between public and private’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 4 (1), pp. 3–26.

     

    Pimenta, F. T. (2005), ‘Angola’s whites: Political behaviour and national identity’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 4 (3), pp. 169–93.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (2012), ‘Political corporatism and authoritarian institutions in interwar European dictatorships’.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (2009), ‘Ruling elites and decision-making in fascist-era dictatorships: Comparative perspectives’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 8 (1), pp. 5–6.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (2004), ‘ Salazar’s ministerial elite, 1933–44’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 3  (2), pp. 103–13.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (2002), ‘Elites, single parties and political decision-making in fascist-era dictatorships’, Contemporary European History, 11 (3), pp. 429–54.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (2001), ‘Settling accounts with the past in a troubled transition to democracy: The Portuguese case’, in Brito, A. B. de, González-Enríquez, C. and Aguilar, P. (eds.), The politics of  memory:  Transitional justice  in  democratizing  societies, Oxford:  Oxford  University Press, pp. 65–91.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (2000), ‘Portugal: Crisis and early authoritarian takeover’, in Berg-Schlosser, D. and Mitchell, J. (eds.), Conditions of democracy in Europe, 1919–39: Systematic case studies, London: Macmillan, pp. 354–380.

     

    Pinto, A. C. (1998), ‘Dealing with the legacy of authoritarianism: Political purges and radical right movements in Portugal’s transition to democracy’, in Larsen, S. U. (ed.), Moder Europe after fascism, 1943–1980s, New York: Social Science Monographs.

     

    Pinto, A. C. and Rezola, M. I. (2009), ‘Transitional justice in the judiciary: Lessons from the Portuguese democratisation’.

     

    Raimundo, F., Ferreira, N. E. and Carvalho, R. A. de (2009), ‘Political decision-making in the Portuguese New State (1933–39): The dictator, the council of ministers and the inner circle’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 8 (1), pp. 85–101.

     

    Rezola, M. I. (2008), ‘The military, 25 April and the Portuguese transition to democracy’, Portuguese Journal of Social Science 7 (1), pp. 3–16.

     

    Rodrigues, L. N. (2010), ‘In the Azores to stay: The 1948 agreement’.

     

    Rodrigues, L. N. (2010), ‘The Azores in the immediate post-war period’.

     

    Rodrigues, L. N. (2009), ‘António de Spínola: Moments of glory — commanding in Guinea’.

     

    Veloso, L. (2012), ‘Community involvement in school management in Portugal’.

     

    Veloso, L. (2012), ‘Depictions of social entrepreneurship in Portugal: Contrast with international theoretical currents’.

     

    Veloso, L. (2012), ‘The economic field: Capitalism’s institutional structures and social networks’.

     

    Veloso, L. (2011), ‘Identifying different school organizations: Limits and advantages of a mixed method research strategy’.

     

    Veloso, L., Sebastião, J., Marques, J. and Duarte, A. (2012), ‘Architects and education policy:  The role of a public programme in the configuration of the professional field’.

     

    Vicente, L. (2010), ‘Unconsented transfer of shares and the economic costs of available legal remedies: The Portuguese perspective’

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