Category: Belonging and the intersections of gender, race, religion, sexuality


The Fiction of Fernanda Dias and Senna Fernandes Revisiting the Colonial Macau Through the Lens of Ethnicity, Gender and Patriarchy

Senna Fernandes and Fernanda Dias are outstanding fictional voices from Macao, the last colonial settlement of the Portuguese empire. Being a Macanese, term locally reserved for Eurasian people of Chinese, Portuguese and other descent born in Macau, Fernandes chronicles his own community, picturing the processes of the construction of identity and otherness along multiple lines