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Opening lecture at 30th EMWA Conference in Lisbon

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  • 1. Brazilian Portuguese, European Portuguese, and some ga(s)ps in the middle… Andrea Palluch
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  • 3. Languages Portuguese: Indo-European Grouped in families (similarities) Great and profound differences How did they originate?
  • 4. Migration Waves
    • ~ 60 different languages
    • Spoken in Iran, India, parts of Europe and Americas
    • Greek, English, Russian, French, Hindi: all ‘siblings’
    • Indo-European languages
  • 5. 4000 - 3500 BC Latin
  • 6. Latins and Rome
    • Rome is built between 700-500BC
    • An ancient form of Latin is spoken
    • Expansion from 500BC
    • ‘ Italy’ dominated by 270BC
    • Standard written language: classical texts (Plato, Cicero)
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    • Formal:
    • Politics
    • Arts
    • Science
    • Written docs
    • ‘ Popular’:
    • Army
    • Trade
    • Latin lggs
    Originated in popular speech
  • 8. V Century Germanic invasions: adopted words
  • 9. VII Century
    • Arabic domination and
    • great influence over
    • ~8 00 years:
    • sophisticated culture
    • great literary production
  • 10. Portugal
    • Independent by 1143
    • Strong movement to expel
    • Arabs (gone by XIII century)
    • Alfama (Al-Hama) in Lisbon
    • Trade, culture and knowledge
    • Dom Henrique and the development of navigation techniques:
    • Portuguese, Italian, Arab and Jewish scholars
    • Leadership in ‘discovering’ the rest of the world
  • 11. Navigation = Exchange
  • 12. Brazil - 1500AD African: Niger-Congo More than 4 million, from different regions/cultures Amerindian: Tupi ~1200 native indian populations ~1000 languages
  • 13. Atlas Miller de Lopo Homem, 1515-1519
    • First contact with Tupi
    • Barter
    • 1530: colonisation
    • Native indian lgg
    • ‘ Paulista General Lgg’
    • (up to XVIII century)
    • ‘ Amazonian General Lgg’
    • (from XVII; 8 million)
  • 14. African Slaves
    • Sugar: lucrative business bought to Brazil (XVI century)
    • Native indians: lost cause
    • Banto speaking people
    • Gold and diamond mining (XVII century)
    • ‘ Specialist’ slave: éve-fon speaking people
  • 15. Oficial Language: Portuguese
    • Brazil as a source of wealth
    • Radical measures to ‘control’ lucrative business
    • 1808: Royal family and court move to Rio de Janeiro
    • Formal and written Portuguese take off
    • New slave trade:
    • Iorub á-speaking people
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  • 17. XIX and XX centuries: first steps towards Brazilian Portuguese
    • Slavery ends
    • Immigration waves
    • Industrialisation
    • Migration: rural to urban
    • Modernism: arts and literature especially
    • Communications: radio, TV and internet
    • Formal x informal Brazilian Portuguese
    • Foreign words and expressions
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