Book and book chapters:

Gonçalves, Luis. Mia Couto and Mozambique: The Renegotiation of the National Narrative and Identity in an African Nation. (Submitted) 


Alvarez, Maria Luisa Ortiz and Luis Gonçalves (Orgs.) Mundo do Português e o Português no Mundo afora: especificidades, implicações e ações.  Campinas, Brazil: Pontes, 2016.

Risner, Mary  and Luis Gonçalves  (Orgs.) Portuguese Language Journal 10: 2006-2016 Volume 1Roosevelt, NJ: Boavista, 2016.

Risner, Mary  and Luis Gonçalves  (Orgs.) Portuguese Language Journal 10: 2006-2016 Volume 2Roosevelt, NJ: Boavista, 2016.

Gonçalves, Luis (Org.) Fundamentos do ensino de português como língua estrangeira. Roosevelt, NJ: Boavista, 2015.

Gonçalves, Luis and Carlo Matos (Eds.). Writers of the Portuguese Diaspora in the United States and Canada: An Anthology. Roosevelt, NJ: Boavista Press, 2015. 

Gonçalves, Luis (Org.) Atas do III Encontro Mundial Sobre o Ensino de Português. Roosevelt, NJ: Boavista Press, 2014.

Gonçalves, Luis et al. “Machado de Assis: A carteira”, “Artur Azevedo: A dívida”, “Artur Azevedo: A polêmica”, “Lima Barreto: O homem que sabia javanês”, “Bernardo Guimarães: A dança dos ossos”, “Lima Barreto: A nova Califórnia”. Series: Leituras Graduadas. Hub Editorial. Web. São Paulo, 2013. 

Gonçalves, Luis. “O potencial da língua portuguesa no contexto acadêmico estadunidense” in O Ensino da Língua Portuguesa nos Estados Unidos. Editor José Marcelo Freitas de Luna. Jundiaí, são Paulo: Paco Editorial, 2012.

Gonçalves, Luis. “Amílcar Cabral”, “Lília Momplê”, and “Orlanda Amarílis” 3,000-word Bio-bibliographical dictionary entry published in Dictionary of Literary Biographies: Lusophone-Africa Writers, Columbia, SC: Bruccolo, 2012. 

Gonçalves, Luis. “João Paulo Borges Coelho”, “Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa”, “Rui Knopfli”, “Lina Magaia”, “Malangatana Valente Ngwenya”, “Suleiman Cassamo”, and “Agostinho Neto”  1000-word Bio-bibliographical dictionary entries in Dictionary of African Biography. Oxford University Press, 2011. 

Gonçalves, Luis. “Os Estudos Culturais: a ponte entre estudos de língua e os Estudos Portugueses”. Actas da Conferência: Portuguese in North American Universities: Situation and Challenges, 2010.

Gonçalves, Luis. “António Lobo Antunes” 3,000-word Bio-bibliographical dictionary entry published in Dictionary of Literary Biographies: Portuguese Writers, Columbia, SC: Bruccolo, 18-25, 2003. 

Book reviews:

Gonçalves, Luis. “Clémence Jouët-Pastré and Letícia J. Braga: Becoming Brazuca” Journal of American Ethnic History, 2011.

Gonçalves, Luis. “Sebeok, Thomas A. and Marcel Danesi. The Forms of Meaning, Modeling Systems Theory and Semiotic Analysis” DeSignis 3, Barcelona: Gedisa, 236-37, 2003. 

Gonçalves, Luis. “Ana Maria Machado Para sempre: amor e tempo” Hispania, Volume 85, Number 3, 558-59, 2002. 

Interview:

"Luis Gonçalves e o ensino de PLE nos EUA" Blog do Instituto Internacional da Língua Portuguesa. 2013.

Other:

Member of the Editorial Board of the Portuguese Language Journal, an academic journal that aims to promote and improve the teaching of Portuguese as a foreign language.

Member of the Editorial Board of the MIFLC Review, the official journal of the Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference established in 1990 for the advancement of teaching and scholarship of classic and modern foreign languages and their literatures.

Member of the Editorial Board of INTERFACES – Ensino, Educação e Tecnologia, a journal about the research and teaching of Portuguese as a Heritage Language.  

Book Review Editor for Gavea-Brown - A Bilingual Journal of Portuguese-American Letters and Studies, that publishes translations of Portuguese literature, works relating to Portuguese Studies, and original creative works, in English or in Portuguese, which in some way reflect the interactions of Portuguese and American cultures. 

Member of the Editorial Board of the GUTHI: Letras e Humanidades, an academic journal from the Universidade Pedagógica de Moçambique em Maxixe.

Peer-reviewer for:

Hispania
Journal of Lusophone Studies
Ellipsis
Portuguese Literary & Cultural Studies