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Sobral Mourao, Ana (2017). Trenches of the mind: rap music in Angola and the (re-)construction of national identity. In: Sobral Mourao, Ana; Macedo, Tânia; Pantoja, Selma; Phaf-Rheinberger, Ineke. Literatura e outras artes: construção da memória em Angola e Moçambique. Bern: Peter Lang, 123-154.

Sobral Mourao, Ana; Malreddy, Pavan (2016). Violent worlds: three readings from the global south. In: Anglistentag Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, 21 September 2016 - 24 September 2016, 245-256.

This blessed plot : Studien zur englischen Literatur- und Kulturgeschichte. Edited by: Sobral Mourao, Ana; Detmers, Ines; Firges, Janine; Frank, Michael C (2016). Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter.

Sobral Mourao, Ana (2014). 'Oceans of pain’: the sea as memory and metaphor in Angolan poetry and rap music. In: Mann, Michael; Phaf-Rheinberger, Ineke. Beyond the line: cultural narratives of the Southern Oceans. Berlin: Neofelis Verlag, 199-231.

Sobral Mourao, Ana (2013). Performing cosmopolitanism: Gogol Bordello and the global underdogs. In: Waligorska, Magdalena. Music, longing and belonging: articulations of the self and the other in the musical realm. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 28-47.

Sobral Mourao, Ana (2013). Towards a ‘World Revolution’?: forging a transnational emancipation narrative from Tahrir Square to Wall Street. In: Detmers, Ines; Heidemann, Birte. 'From popular Goethe to global pop': the idea of the West between memory and (dis)empowerment. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 229-253.

Sobral Mourao, Ana (2012). Opting out: deviance and generational identities in American post-war cult fiction. Amsterdam/New York: Rodopoi.

Sobral Mourao, Ana (2010). Fragments of reminiscence: popular music as carrier of global memory. In: Assman, Aleida; Sebastian, Conrad. Memory in a Global Age : Discourses, Practices and Trajectories. London: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., 199-224.

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