Roberto Pinheiro Machado, PhD

 

PUBLICATIONS LIST

 

Books: 

 

1) La estética del absurdo en la narrativa hispanoamerica: Juan Carlos Onetti, Júlio Cortázar y José Donoso [The Aesthetics of the Absurd in Spanish American Narrative: Juan Carlos Onetti, Julio Cortazar and Jose Donoso] (Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 532 pages, 2003). (In Spanish - ISBN 84-7800-699-0)

 

2) Kant et Nāgārjuna: vers la fin de la philosophie comme herméneutique [Kant and Nāgārjuna: Towards the End of Philosophy as a Hermeneutic] (Paris, L’Harmattan, 324 pages, 2008). (In French - ISBN10: 229606437X ISBN13: 9782296064379)

 

3) Introdução à poesia moderna japonesa: Kitahara Hakushū, Ishikawa Takuboku e Hagiwara Sakutarō [Introduction to Modern Japanese Poetry: Kitahara Hakushū, Ishikawa Takuboku and Hagiwara Sakutarō] (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul Press, Brazil, 228 pages, 2014). (In Portuguese - ISBN 978-85-64522-13-8)

 

4) Tokyo Jazz (novel) (Rio de Janeiro: Multifoco Press, 2015). (In Portuguese - ISBN 978-85-8273-341-7)

 

5) Brazilian History: Culture, Society, Politics 1500-2010 (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, England, 2018, 485 pages).

 

 

Research Papers with Peer Review:

 

1) “La ruptura alienante: tradición, vanguardias y post-modernismo” [The Alienating Rupture: Tradition, Avant-garde and Post-modernism], América Latina Hoy, vol. 30, 2002, pp.19-41 (University of Salamanca, Spain)

 

2) “El obsceno pájaro de la nochey el absurdo en la obra de José Donoso” [The Obscene Bird of Night and the Absurd in the Works of José Donoso], Anuario de Estudios Americanos, vol. 63, n. 1, Enero-Junio, 2006, p. 233-250 (University de Seville, Spain).

 

3) “Juntacadáveres: absurdo y abyección en la obra de Juan Carlos Onetti” [Body Snatcher: Absurd and Abjection in the Works of Juan Carlos Onetti],Taller de Letras, n. 38, 2006, p. 55-73 (Catholic University of Chile).

 

4) “El concepto de inautenticidad en Heidegger y Cortázar” [The Concept of Autheticity in Heidegger and Cortazar], Revista de Letras, n. 66, 2005, p. 111-126 (Federal University of Paraná, Brazil).

 

5) “Un tal Lucasand Paradiso: Between Novel and Anti-Novel,” Hispanófila, 152 (2008), p. 115-124 (University of North Carolina – United States).

 

6) “Nothingness and the Work of Art: A Comparative Approach to Existential Phenomenology and the Ontological Foundation of Aesthetics,” Philosophy East and West, ISSN‎: ‎0031-8221, 58:2, April 2008, p. 244-266 (University of Hawaii – United States).

 

7) “Augusto dos Anjos: Poetry, Pain and a Heightened Awareness of Being,” Cadernos do IL, n. 43, 2011, p. 345-353 (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil).

 

8) “Vijñaptimātravijñaptimātratāvibhāga: Translating Vijñaptimātra and Vijñaptimātratā in the Philosophy of Vasubandhu,”The Indian International Journal of Buddhist Studies, ISSN: 0972-1893, Vol. 16, 2015, p. 115-150.

 

9) “Phenomenology from Robbe-Grillet to Julio Cortázar: An Essay on the Poetics of Presence,” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, ISSN: 1913-9659, Issue 42.3, September 2015, p. 271-294.

 

10) “Entre Senzala e Buraku: O Naturalismo e o Surgimento do Discurso de Direitos Humanos no Brasil e no Japão na Virada do Século XX” [Between Senzala and Buraku : Naturalism and the Emergence of Human Rights Discourse in Brazil and Japan] (in Portuguese),VI Colóquio Internacional Sul de Literatura Comparada,2015, p. 259-272, ISBN 978-85-64522-20-6 (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil).

 

11) “The Japanese Avant-garde and the Phenomenon of Transculturation,” in Honda Hiroshi and Matsuda Makiko (eds.), Fukubunka – Fukugengo Jidai no Nihongo Kyoiku (Tokyo: Bojinsha, 2016). ISBN: 9784893589125

 

12) “Hagiwara Sakutarō, Buddhist Realism, and the Establishment of Japanese Modern Poetry,” Revista Estudos Japoneses, n. 35, p. 71-103, 2015, ISSN: 1413-8198 (University of São Paulo, Brazil).

 

 

Articles Under Review

 

13) “From the Brazilian Senzala to the Japanese Buraku: Peripheral Naturalism, Stigma, and the Rise of Human Rights Discourse in the Novels of Aluísio Azevedo and Shimazaki Tōson,” under review.

 

14) “Vicente Huidobro’s Kantian Poetics,” under review.

 

15) “From Poetry to the Dematerialization of the Art Work: Ferreira Gullar’s Neoconcretism and Brazil’s Cosmopolitan Ideal,” under review.

 

16) “The Vortograph Revisited: Ezra Pound, Alvin Langdon Coburn, and the Challenge to Theories of Photography,” under review.

 

 

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES

 

Coordination:

 

International Conference Brazil in the 21stCentury: New Perspectives on a Multiethnic Society, University of Copenhagen, Denmark, September 2011. Conference Coordinator.

 

 

Presentations with Peer Review

  

1) “O Absurdo na obra de Julio Cortázar” [The Absurd in the Works of Julio Cortazar],Simpósio Internacional de Literatura Julio Cortázar, Federal University of Paraná (Brazil), May 2004.

 

2) "Onetti e a verdade absoluta de uma experiência poética" [Onetti and the Absolute Truth of Poetic Experience], I Simpósio Internacional de Literatura Juan Carlos Onetti, Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil), July 2009.

 

3) “A Estética da Música Clássica Japonesa” [The Aesthetics of Classical Japanese Music], VII Encontro com o Japão” [VII Annual Meeting of the Japanese Immigration Memorial], Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), March 2011. 

 

4) “Rising from the East: Ethnicity and the Japanese Artistic Experience in Brazil,” International Conference: Brazil in the 21stCentury: New Perspectives on a Multiethnic Society, University of Copenhagen (Denmark), September 2011.

 

5) “Rising from the East: Ethnicity and the Japanese Artistic Experience in Brazil,” International Conference on Brazilian Studies,University of Aarhus (Denmark), September 2011.

 

6) “Hagiwara Sakutarō e a poesia moderna japonesa” [Hagiwara Sakutarō and Modern Japanese Poetry], IX Congresso Internacional de Estudos Japoneses no Brasil, Federal University of Paraná (Brazil), September 2012.

 

7) “Pelos caminhos da rota da seda: o papel da tradução na transmissão do Budismo da Índia ao Extremo Oriente” [Along the Silk Road: The Role of Translation in the Transmission of Buddhism from India to East Asia], XI Congresso Internacional da Associação Brasileira de Tradutores (ABRAPT), Federal University of Santa Catarina (Brazil), September 2013.

 

8) “De Husserl a Heidegger: aspectos da fenomenologia em Robbe-Grillet e Julio Cortázar” [From Husserl to Heidegger: Aspects of Phenomenology in Robbe-Grillet and Julio Cortázar], II Seminário Internacional de Língua, Literatura e Processos Culturais, University of Caxias do Sul (Brazil), May 21, 2014.

 

9) “Entre senzala e buraku: o naturalismo e o surgimento do discurso de direitos humanos no Brasil e no Japão na virada do século XX” [Between Senzala and Buraku: Naturalism and the Emergence of Human Rights Discourse in Brazil and Japan], VI Colóquio Internacional Sul de Literatura Comparada, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil), October 9, 2014.

 

10) “The Japanese Avant-Garde and the Phenomenon of Transculturation,” International Symposium on Japanese as a Global Language (EJHIB2015), University of São Paulo (Brazil), August 9-13, 2015.

 

11) "La poética kantiana de Vicente Huidobro" [The Kantian Poetics of Vicente Huidobro], XXX Congreso de la Confederación Académica Nipona Española y Latinoamericana, CANELA, Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, May 26-27, 2018. 

  

 

LECTURES

 

1)    “Música Tradicional Japonesa e Improvisação” [Japanese Traditional Music and Improvisation], Art Department (Deartes), Federal University of Paraná, Brazil, November 2003.

 

2)    “Introdução à Poesia Moderna Japonesa: Kitahara Hakushū, Ishikawa Takuboku e Hagiwara Sakutarō” [An Introduction to Japanese Modern Poetry: Kitahara Hakushū, Ishikawa Takuboku, and Hagiwara Sakutarō], University of São Paulo (Brazil), October 29, 2014.

 

3)    “Ezra Pound e Kitasono Katsue: Do Modernismo Norte-Americano à Vanguarda Japonesa” [Ezra Pound and Kitasono Katsue: From American Modernism to the Japanese Avant-Garde], University of São Paulo (Brazil), May 7, 2015.

 

4)    “Hagiwara Sakutarō e Schopenhauer: Para uma Representação Poética da Vontade” [Hagiwara Sakutarō and Schopenhauer: Towards a Poetic Representation of the Will], University of São Paulo (Brazil), May 21, 2015.

 

5)    “Visões da Modernidade Urbana: Poesia e Metrópole em Hagiwara Sakutarō e Hagiwara Kyojirō” [Visions of Urban Modernity: Poetry and the Metropolis in Hagiwara Sakutarō and Hagiwara Kyojirō], University of São Paulo (Brazil), May 28, 2015.

 

6)    “Ezra Pound e Kitasono Katsue: Do Modernismo Norte-Americano à Vanguarda Japonesa” [Ezra Pound and Kitasono Katsue: From American Modernismo to the Japanese Avant-Garde], Federal University of Paraná (Brazil), May 29, 2015.