Brazil

  • Founded
    1976
  • Seminar Number
    557

Recently completed field studies and research from primary sources on Brazil constitute the main interest of this seminar. Brazilian, U.S. and other visiting scholars participate, contributing their interpretations of recent events. Portuguese may be spoken whenever convenient.


Co-Chairs
Diana Brown
Associate Professor of Anthropology and Latin American and Iberian Studies, Bard College
dbrown@bard.edu

John F. Collins
Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Queens College, The City University of New York
john_collins@qc.edu

Sidney M. Greenfield
Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee
sidneygreenfield@gmail.com

Vania Penha-Lopes
Associate Professor of Social & Behavioral Sciences, Bloomfield College
vaniapenha-lopes@bloomfield.edu

Rapporteur
Joon Hyun Ha
jhh2180@columbia.edu


Meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Please confirm details with the seminar rapporteur.

 

Welcome

Meetings

09/22/2016 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
7:15 PM
Subjects of the Brazilian State: Social Movement, Social Science, and Mimetic Dissent in Salvador, Bahia
Nivaldo Ferreira da Silva, S.O.S. Children of the Historical Center

John F. Collins, Queens College and The Graduate Center, CUNY
Abstract



10/20/2016 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
7:15 PM
Social Policies, Urbanization and Food Security in the Brazilian Amazon
Tatiana Schor, Federal University of Amazonas and Columbia University
Abstract




11/10/2016 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
7:15 PM

Miqueias Mugge, Princeton University




12/15/2016 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
7:15 PM

Keisha-Khan Perry, Brown University




02/16/2017 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
7:15 PM

Larry Rohter,




03/23/2017 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
2:00 PM

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04/10/2017 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
7:15 PM

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05/11/2017 The Tannenbaum Room (802 International Affairs Building), Columbia University
7:15 PM

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