articles & book chapters

Book chapters

Khaleli, Jasemin (forthcoming) “Raving potentialities. Navigating queer fields in post-austerity Lisbon”. In Popular Music Ethnographies, edited by Shane Blackman, Craig Hamilton, Sarah Raine. Bristol: Intellect Books

Lacerda, Maria T. (accepted) “«It was the pandemic that brought to me Avariações»: Cope mechanisms and creativity in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic”. In Inscribed in Flesh: Culture, Trauma, and the Reemergence of Biopower during Times of Pandemic

Vanspawuen, Bart and Iñigo Sánchez-Fuarros (2023) “Embracing postcolonial diversity? Music selection and affective formation in TAP Air Portugal’s in-flight entertainment system”. In Legacies of The Portuguese Colonial Empire: Nationalism, Multiculturalism and Citizenship, edited by Elsa Peralta and Nuno Domingo. London: Bloomsbury. [In press] ISBN: 9781350289772

Lacerda, Maria Teresa. (2022) “‘I’ll record it…let me just try to understand how I hold the microphone on the bass’: From live performance to DIY during the COVID-19 pandemic”. Keep it Simple, Make it Fast! An approach to underground music scenes (vol. 5). : 367-370.  

Sánchez-Fuarros, Iñigo (2022) “Escuchar la ciudad turística: una aproximación a la turistificación sonora a partir del caso de Lisboa”. In Jornades d’estudis sonoros, edited by Bàrbara Duran Bordoy and Txema Gonzalez de Lozoyo. Mallorca: Departament de Cultura, Patrimoni i Política Lingüística.

García-Ruiz, M., Sánchez-Fuarros, I., Martins, J.C., Pires, C.V, & Nofre, J. (2021). “Governing the night in post-Covid19 Lisbon: Challenges, opportunities, and uncertainties”. In B. Doucet, R. van Melik & P. Filion (Eds), Global Reflecions on COVID-19 and urban Inequalities. Vol4: Polcy & Planning, pp. 47-58. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.). doi: 10.2307/j.ctv1t4m1p7.11

Nofre, J. (2021). Biosecuritización de la ciudad turística: Apuntes desde el sur de Europa. In J. Sequera (Ed.), Se lo que Hicisteis el Último Verano. La Transformación del Turismo Antes, En y Después de la Pandemia, Barcelona: Ed. Bellaterra. ISBN: 978-84-18684-63-0

Pinho, Mariana (2021) “Prefacio”. In Fantasmas da minha vida. Escritos sobre depressão, hantologia e futuros perdidos, de Mark Fisher. Lisboa: VS

Sánchez-Fuarros, Iñigo and Daniel Paiva (2021) “Postales sonoras desde una ciudad turística confinada: Lisboa y la resonancia del turismo como hiperobjeto”. In “Sé lo que hicisteis el último verano”. Crisis, Covid-19 y turismo, edited by Jorge Sequera. Barcelona: Bellaterra. ISBN: 978-84-18684-63-0

Sánchez-Fuarros, I. (2020) “Paisajes sonoros en la ciudad turística: La reinvención de la Mouraria como barrio fadista” In Ouvir e Escrever Paisagens Sonoras: abordagens teóricas e (multi) disciplinares, edited by Lessa, E., Moreira, P. and Teodoro de Paula, R. CEHUM: Universidade do Minho.

Paiva, Daniel and Iñigo Sánchez Fuarros (2019)  “A ressonância do turismo em Lisboa”. In Criar Corpo, criar cidade vol. 2, edited by Ana Estevens, Filipe Matos and Sofia Neuparth, 44-48. Lisbon: CEG-IGOT. ISBN: 978-972-636-283-8. https://agoraprojecto.wordpress.com/criar-corpo-criar-cidade/

Articles

Castelo-Branco, Salwa and Iñigo Sánchez-Fuarros (forthcoming) “Destination Fado:  Lisbon’s Fado Musem as a site of Heritage Tourism” In Tourism and Musical Imaginaries, Special Issue for Tourism Review (guest editors: Nelson Graburn, Maria Gravari-Barbas, Jocelyne Guilbault and Jean-François Staszak)

Sánchez-Fuarros, Iñigo; Lacerda, Maria Teresa (2022) “Tourism-Dependent Local Music Ecosystems under COVID-19”. Journal of World Popular Music 9 1-2 : 77-98. http://dx.doi.org/10.1558/jwpm.23350

Louro, Ivo; Margarida Mendes, Daniel Paiva, and Iñigo Sánchez-Fuarros. (2021) “A Sonic Anthropocene- Sound Practices in a Changing Environment”. Cadernos de Arte e Antropologia 19(1): 3-17.

Nofre, J. (2021.) Nightlife as a source of social wellbeing, community-building and psychological mutual support after COVID-19 pandemic. Annals of Leisure Research. Doi: 10.1080/11745398.2021.1964991

Nofre, J. (2021). La turistificación del ocio nocturno: Nuevos retos y desafíos en el estudio de la ciudad turística. Cuadernos Geográficos, 60(1): 80-94. doi: 10.30827/cuadgeo.v60i1.13723

Paiva, Daniel and Iñigo Sánchez-Fuarros (2021).  “The territoriality of atmosphere: Rethinking affective urbanism through the collateral atmospheres of Lisbon’s tourism”. Trans Inst Br Geogr  46: 392– 405.  https://doi.org/10.1111/tran.12425  

Silva, António C and Daniel Paiva (2021). “A economia urbana e os artistas de rua: performance, mobilidades e conflitos em um espaço público turistificado”. GeoTextos17(1). https://doi.org/10.9771/geo.v17i1.44684

Nofre, J. (2020). Because the Night Belongs to Us, Emulations – Revue de sciences sociales, 33,. 129-138. doi: 10.14428/emulations.033.08.

Paiva, D. (2020) “Poetry as a resonant method for multi-sensory research”
Emotion, Space and Society 34. URL: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1755458620300025

Nofre, J. (2020). Party tourism, pub crawls and crazy nights in Bairro Alto, Lisbon: Celebrating cosmopolitanism in a racialized heterotopic pleasurescape. IS Working Papers, Serie III, No. 87: 1-13. <http://isociologia.up.pt/sites/default/files/working-papers/WP%2087.pdf

Sánchez-Fuarros, Iñigo. (2020) Ecualizando los márgenes: cultura expresiva y renovación urbana en un barrio histórico del centro de Lisboa. Trabalhos de Antropologia e Etnologia, 60