Manuela Marujo

Manuela Marujo

Photo of M MarujoSenior Lecturer, Associate Chair (Portuguese) Lic Fil Ger, M.Ed; PhD (Toronto)
Room 217 Northrop Frye Hall, tel: 416.585.4554, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Maria Manuela Vaz Marujo was born in Portugal. She came to the University of Toronto in 1985. Dr. Marujo has a Licenciatura in Filologia Germ?nica from the Universidade Clássica of Lisbon; an M.Ed and a PhD in Education from the University of Toronto.

Areas of research: Portuguese as a foreign and as a second language; bilingualism and language acquisition; immigrant experiences with focus on grandparents, youngsters and women.

Speciality courses:
Portuguese Language and Culture; Portuguese History and Civilization; Portuguese Island Culture.

Selected Publications:
Marujo, M. (co-author Marques, D.)“Early Portuguese Settlement in Toronto’s Little Italy” in de Klerck, D & Paina, C. (Eds) College Street: little Italy: Toronto renaissance strip, pp107-117, Mansfield Ed., Toronto, 2006

Marujo, M, Baptista, A & Nunes, R (Eds) The Voice and Choice of Portuguese Immigrant Women/A vez e a Voz da Mulher Imigrante Portugues, Depart. Spanish and Portuguese, University of Toronto, 2005

Marujo, M. “ Carnival and Easter Dances: From the Islands to the New World, Portuguese Studies Review, Vol.11, N.2, Winter-Spring 2003-2004, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario

Marujo, M. “Grandmothers and the mother tongue of the Portuguese diaspora/ As avós e o Português: a língua de afecto na diáspora portuguesa, in Simas, Rosa (ed.) Women in the Azores and the Immigrant Communities / A Mulher nos Açores e nas Comunidades: Ponta Delgada, Azores, 2003

Marujo, M. “Bilinguismo no Canadá - Desafios e Abordagens de uma sociedade multicultural, multiracial e multiétnica”, Actas do Congresso de Estudos Anglo-Portugueses, (Conference Proceedings of the Conference Anglo-Portuguese Studies) Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Lisboa, s/d 2003

Marujo, M. (children’s literature) The First Time I saw Snow /A Primeira Vez Que Eu Vi Neve, Campo das Letras, Portugal, 2003

Marujo, M. (co-author Baptista, A). “A Língua portuguesa na diáspora canadiana: Afirmação de uma Identidade” in Conference Proceedings of As Ciências Sociais nos Espaços da Língua Portuguesa: Balanços e Desafios , Faculdade de Letras, Universidade do Porto, Portugal, 2002

Marujo, M. (co-author Januario, I.) “Voices of Immigrant Women” in Carlos Teixeira & V. P. Da Rosa (Edt). The Portuguese in Canada - From the city to the sea. Toronto: University Press, 2000

Marujo, M. “Bridging Worlds With Words - An Invitation for Reflection”. Among Teachers Journal (OISE/UT) , Spring issue, 1997.

Marujo, M. “Mulheres emigrantes”. In Uma longa viagem - História da emigração Portuguesa para o Canadá. Ed. Maria Lopes & J. Lopes. University Press, 1996.

Marujo, M. “O ensino do Português nas escolas do Ontário”. In Le Portugais, Langue Internationale. Montreal: Université de Montreal, Centre de Langues Patrimoniales, 1994.

Marujo, M. (co-author Marques, D.) With hardened hands: a pictorial history of Portuguese emigration to Canada in the 1950's. New Leaf Pub., 1993.

Marujo, M. “Portuguese in Ontario: a photographic essay”. In Portuguese Migration in Global Perspective. Ed. David Higgs. Toronto: MSSO, 1990

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