Portuguese Heritage Publications is pleased to introduce the new member of its Project Evaluation Committee: Daniel Correia Mello was born in Chino, in 1983 and currently resides in Chowchilla, California. Daniel is married to Sarah Mello and together they have a 16 month old son, Adrian.
Daniel graduated from CSU Fresno with a BA in English and an MA in linguistics. He has been an English teacher at Kerman high school for the past three years.
Daniel’s involvement in the Portuguese community started at a young age in Chino and continues today in Chowchilla, where he serves on the local Festa committee – Chowcilla SFA. Additionally, Daniel is an active member of the Young Portuguese Americans – YPA movement and serves on the 2015 LAEF – Tulare planning committee.
Daniel enjoys reading and traveling with his family, having visited Spain and continental Portugal this past summer.
We welcome Daniel Correia Mello to PHPC’s Project Evaluation Committee, wishing him much success and enjoyment in his new role.
Portuguese Heritage Publications is a community non-profit publisher created to research, preserve and disseminate for educational purposes, vanishing memories and current relevant events about the Portuguese presence in California.
We are honored to be featured in the Portuguese-American Journal, on an interview by poet Millicent Borges Accardi, focused on the history of Portuguese Heritage Publications of California: It’s inception, published works, management structure, operating principles and future objectives. Read the complete interview with PHPC’s current president Henrique Dinis on the Portuguese-American Journal.
Portuguese Heritage Publications is a non-profit organization 501 c (3), created to research, preserve and disseminate for educational purposes, vanishing memories and current relevant events about the Portuguese presence in California.
To view or acquire PHPC’s published works, please visit www.PortugueseBooks.org
Portuguese Heritage Publications’ ongoing project “Immigrants Stories” has received wide acceptance by the Portuguese community in California, judging by the number of stories that we have received to-date. Because we continue to receive scripts of individual and family stories, we decided to extend the deadline for new scripts through the end of November 2014.
There is one caveat, we are now looking for unique stories; stories that fall outside of the typical immigrant story; stories that don’t necessarily read like a standard individual biography; stories so outrageously real where the unexpected is just around the corner, that will keep reader’s interest and curiosity at high pitch level.
If you have such a story, even if the script is not perfect (we have editors that can polish it up) don’t be shy, send it to us at: info@PortugueseBooks.org, or call (408) 272-1222, there is a very good change that your script will be included in our publication.
If you rather contact someone at PHPC directly, please email Henrique Dinis at: email@example.com. or call 408-807-3235.
To know more about the Portuguese Heritage Publications of California and its publications, please visit: www.PortugueseBooks.Org
Capelinhos: A Volcano of Synergies, a project by Tony Goulart, published by Portuguese Heritage Publications of California, is considered as one of the most current and complete works of socio- anthropological research on the second wave of Portuguese emigration to America and its impact on host societies on both U.S. coasts. Leslie University in Cambridge, Massachusetts, just chose to adopt the book as a compendium of the curriculum of the Institute of Cultural Studies for Diversity taught by that university
Alongside the book ” Blindness ” written by the Nobel Prize for Literature José Saramago, also selected for the same purpose, the book of the Portuguese Heritage Publications of California, a publication coordinated by Tony Goulart , during the commemorations of the 50th anniversary of the Capelinhos volcano.
The book eventually received the distinction and its prominent place that much honor and dignify the work of the publisher and its coordinator, as well as all contributors to the project from California , New England and the Azores, including the Committee Capelinhos 50/California, who participated in the preparation of this important document, as well as the Regional Secretary for the Communities and the Presidency of the Azores Government, who supported the publishing initiative.
Tony Goulart was invited by Leslie University to make a presentation on November 14th. as Keynote Speaker of the 2013 Cultural Studies Special Lecture . The lecture , which will be open to the academic community of Leslie University and guests, will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 pm in University Hall, 1815 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, Massachusetts. After the lecture, a reception will take place at the same location.
Portuguese Heritage Publications of California, Inc. is a non-profit organization, created to research, preserve and disseminate for educational purposes, vanishing memories and current relevant events about the Portuguese presence in California. To learn more about PHPC Inc. and its publications, please visit: www.PortugueseBooks.Org