BRASA 2022 program

BRASA XVI

Hosted virtually by Georgetown University
March 10–12, 2022

The Brazilian Studies Association welcomes the participants of BRASA XVI, hosted virtually by Georgetown University. During three days, nearly 500 researchers from various fields will participate in over 100 panels.

Program Committee: Patricia Pinho (Chair), Reighan Gillam, Fábio de Sá e Silva, Márcia Lima, Rubia ValenteGeorgetown University Host: Bryan McCann, Professor of History

Georgetown Technology Team: Christopher Seeling, Chris Davis, Annette Durr Nicholson
Zoom managers: Ansley Markwell, Zhanhao Zhang, Tracy Mensah, Nicholas Nunez, Tisyaketu Sirkarm Miti Shah, Oghenefegor Omorojor, Melinda Blumenstock, Rebeckah Stough

About BRASA

BRASA is an international, interdisciplinary group of scholars who support and promote Brazilian studies in all fields, especially in the humanities and social sciences. BRASA is dedicated to the promotion of Brazilian studies around the world, especially in the United States.

BRASA currently has over a thousand members in the United States, Brazil, Europe, and Latin America. The organization is funded by membership as well as support from the School of Liberal Arts and the Stone Center for Latin American Studies at Tulane University.

To learn more about BRASA, visit our website www.brasa.org. To receive the BRASA Digest or communicate with the Secretariat, send email brasa@brasaweb.org

BRASA Officers 2022

Presidente: Marcelo Paixão, University of Texas at Austin
Vice-Presidente: Sidney Chalhoub, Harvard University
Past President: Gladys Mitchell-Walthour, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Executive Director: Christopher Dunn, Tulane University
Administrative Director: Claudia de Brito, Tulane University

Executive Committee
Rebecca Atencio, Tulane University
Isis Barra Costa, Ohio State University
Benjamin Cowan, University of California San Diego
Inês Dourado, Universidade Federal da Bahia
Leila Lehnen, Brown University
Reighan Gillam, University of Southern California
Erika Robb Larkins, San Diego State University
Márcia Lima, Universidade de São Paulo
Ynaê Lopes dos Santos, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Tianna Paschel, University of California – Berkeley
Patrícia Pinho, University of California Santa Cruz
Sonia Roncador, University of Texas – Austin
Fábio de Sá e Silva, University of Oklahoma
Victoria Saramago, University of Chicago
Carolina Timóteo de Oliveira, Tulane University

BRASA congratulates Erika Robb Larkins, the Vice President-Elect, and seven new members elected to the Executive Committee

Amy Chazkel, Columbia University
Ana Paulina Lee, Columbia University
Okezi Otovo, Florida International University
Flávia Rios, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Aldair Rodrigues, Universidade Estadual de Campinas
Rebecca Tarlau, Pennsylvania State University
Rubia Valente, Baruch College, City University of New York

BRASA Election Committee: Sidney Chalhoub (Chair), Victória Saramago, Tianna Paschel


BRASA Presidents (1994–2020)

Jon Tolman, University of New Mexico (1994 – 1996)
Elizabeth Kuznesof, University of Kansas (1996 – 1998)
Dain Borges, University of Chicago (1998 – 2000)
Susan Quinlan, University of Georgia (2000 – 2002)
James N. Green, Brown University (2002 – 2004)
Timothy J. Power, University of Oxford (2004 – 2006)
Kenneth Serbin, San Diego University (2006 – 2008)
Peggy Sharpe, Florida State University (2008 – 2010)
Randal Johnson, University of California, Los Angeles (2010 – 2012)
Jan Hoffman French, University of Richmond (2012 – 2014)
Anthony Pereira, King’s College, London (2014 – 2016)
Bryan McCann, Georgetown University (2016 – 2018)
Gladys Mitchell-Walthour, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee (2018-2020)

BRASA Prizes and Scholarships

Jon M. Tolman Award

Named for BRASA’s founding president, the Jon M. Tolman Award is designed to assist students with their conference-related expenses. This award was originally intended to assist students with travel expenses, but with the transition to a virtual format, the award covers membership and registration for BRASA XVI.

1) Adriana Tolentino Sousa, PhD student in Education at the Universidade de São Paulo
Project Title: “Eu sou tudo o que eles não esperavam”

Sua pesquisa reflete sobre as experiências de mulheres negras nas relações de trabalho em funções que gozam de prestígio social, notadamente nos campos do Direito, da Engenharia e da Medicina.

2) Geovane Santos, PhD student in Latin American Studies at Tulane University
Project Title: “Bola Sete and the legacy of misrepresentation in Bossa Nova – A Story of Racism, Narrative Building and Cultural Cancelation”

His research contributes to the narrative of bossa nova’s history opposing to the culture of erasure by recognizing its Black roots and Black artists, challenging the assumptions of the genre as color-blind and apolitical.


3) Juliana Siqueira Franco, PhD student in Philosophy at the Universidade Estadual de Campinas (Unicamp)
Project title: “Gilda de Mello e Souza on Anita Malfatti: Challenges of a woman artist in the first phase of Brazilian modernism”

Her research explores Gilda de Mello e Souza aesthetic thought by studying an excerpt from her essay on Visual arts of the first modernism of São Paulo: “Vanguarda e Nationalismo na década de 1920”

4) Joao Batista N. Gregoire, PhD Candidate in History at the University of Kansas
Project title: “The Forgotten Voices of Democracy: Black Political Activism under Brazil’s Military Rule.”

His research focuses on demonstrating that the Brazilian Black movement should be recognized as one of the civil rights groups that called for the end of the authoritarian regime in Brazil.

The Brazil Initiation Scholarship (BIS) is a key component of BRASA’s mission to support Brazilian Studies around the world and particular in the United States. BRASA invites applications from graduate students for a one-time travel scholarship of $3000 to do exploratory research in Brazil or in the US. One student based in the US and one student based in Brazil will be awarded. For US-based students the BIS should contribute to the student’s initial trip (for a period of at least three weeks) to develop contacts with Brazil-based students and professors and initiate original research related to Brazil. For Brazil-based students the BIS should contribute to the student’s initial trip (two weeks minimum), to develop contacts with US-based students and professors and conduct research in support of a project focused on Brazil. Students are encouraged to combine this scholarship with other grants or awards.

1) Paula Costa Nunes de Carvalho, PhD student in Sociology, Universidade de São Paulo
Project Title: “Geopolitics of Brazilian music – transits of Brazilian artists in and out of the country in the 1960s and 1970s”

Carvalho’s research proposes to map and unpack Brazilian musicians’ personal, political and material circumstances of immigration to the US, in the 1960s and 1970s.

2) Caio Affonso Leone, PhD student in History, Universidade Federal Fluminense
Project Title: “Yes, we have letras!: práticas editoriais para a seleção, tradução e publicação de autores brasileiros pela editora Alfred A. Knopf (1942-1989)”

Leone’s research proposes to dig into the records of translation and publication contracts between Alfred A. Knopf’s publishing firm and a number of Brazilian writers such as Gilberto Freyre and Jorge Amado. Alfred A. Knopf’s archive is held by the Harry Ransom Center at UT-Austin.

3) Alex Lundberg, Ph.D student in Latin American History, Northern Illinois University
Project Title: “‘Moral Bonds’, Modern Subjects: Pecúlio, Property Rights, and the Moral Economy of the Enslaved on the Eve of Abolition in Rio de Janeiro, 1850-1888”

Lundberg’s study of the pre-abolition system of hiring-out slavery demonstrates not only the material, but also the moral and affective impact of slaves’ earned pecúlio on nineteenth-century black subjectivity and agency.

BIS and Tolman Prize Committee: Carolina Timóteo de Oliveira (Chair), Sonia Roncador, Ynaê Lopes dos Santos, and Andrew Janusz

Roberto Reis Book Prize

The Roberto Reis BRASA Book Prize recognizes the four best books in Brazilian Studies published in English that contribute significantly to promoting an understanding of Brazil. BRASA awards two prizes for first monographs and two for senior authors. The award honors Roberto Reis, one of the founders of BRASA, who was committed to developing Brazilian Studies in the United States.

First Monographs:

Victoria Saramago, Fictional Environments: Mimesis, Deforestation, and Development in Latin America.

Northwestern University Press, 2020.

Fictional Environments skillfully underscores literature’s grounding in and value for society via a meticulous and

insightful examination of how fictional works intervene in Latin American environments via imaginative practices

and knowledge creation. Using a complex theoretical scaffolding, Saramago’s book brilliantly shows the importance

of literature in generating conversations about threats to various environments in Brazil and, more broadly, the

Americas, and how literary texts can inspire conservation efforts. Fictional Environments is one of those exceptional

texts that change the way one thinks about literature, the interface between the literary work and society, and the role

that literary scholarship can play in thinking about and interacting with the world around us. Every chapter

of Fictional Environments sheds new light on literary works that have enjoyed an extensive critical fortune. Each of

the book’s chapters inspires the reader to reexamine canonical texts and explore other critical avenues to these

readings. Fictional Environments will undoubtedly become a must-read reference for scholars dealing with Latin

American environmental humanities and those studying Latin American literature more generally.

Case Watkins, Palm Oil Diaspora: Afro-Brazilian Landscapes and Economies on Bahia’s Dendê Coast. Cambridge

University Press, 2021.

Palm Oil Diaspora is relevant, analytically rigorous and grounded in real peoples’ experiences, representing the best

of interdisciplinarity and Brazilian studies. Watkins uses a methodologically innovative combination of archival

records, geospatial mapping, and ethnography to masterfully narrate the entanglements of geography, history, and

social environments among Afro Brazilians. His superb history and ethnography of this potent icon of the Afro

Brazilian diaspora is a perceptive analysis of the complexities underlying the relationship between black

communities, environments, and power. In particular, Palm Oil Diasporas is an indispensable history for anyone

interested in the movement of plants peoples and African knowledge systems in the Americas. This book is likely to

stand the test of time.

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Senior Authors:

Rafael Cardoso. Modernity in Black and White: Art and Image, Race and Identity in Brazil, 1890-1945. Cambridge

University Press, 2021.

In this groundbreaking text, Cardoso provides an account of modern art and modernism in Brazil. Departing from

previous studies, mostly restricted to the elite arenas of literature, fine art and architecture, the book situates cultural

debates within the wider currents of Brazilian life. From the rise of the first favelas, in the 1890s and 1900s, to the

creation of samba and modern carnival, over the 1910s and 1920s, and tracking the expansion of mass media and

graphic design, into the 1930s and 1940s, Cardoso deftly foregrounds aspects of urban popular culture that have

been systematically overlooked. Against this backdrop, Cardoso provides a compelling re-reading of Antropofagia

and other modernist currents, locating them within a broader field of cultural modernization. In sum, combining

extensive research with close readings of a range of visual cultural production, the volume brings to light a rich

archive of art and images in a compellingly written text, accessible across disciplines.

Benjamin Cowen, Moral Majorities Across the Americas: Brazil, the United States, and the Creation of the

Religious Right. University of North Carolina Press, 2021.

In this meticulously researched book, Cowan chronicles the advent of a hemispheric religious movement in both

Brazil and the United States. These two countries, Cowan astutely argues, played host to the principal activists and

institutions who collaboratively fashioned the ascendant religious conservatism of the late twentieth century. In his

text, Cowan not only unearths fascinating historical connections between Brazilian and U.S. religious conservatives

but also proves just how essential Brazilian thinkers, activists, and institutions were to engendering right-wing

political power in the Americas. The book shows that both Protestant and Catholic religious warriors began to

dialogue in the 1930s around a passionate aversion to mainstream ecumenicalism and moderate political ideas.

Brazilian intellectuals, politicians, religious leaders, and captains of industry worked with partners at home and in

the United States to build a united right. Their transnational, transdenominational platform fostered a sense of

common cause and allowed them to develop a series of strategies that pushed once marginal ideas to the center of

public discourse, reshaped religious demographics, and effected a rightward shift in politics across two continents.

Moral Majorities Across the Americas significantly informs and transforms our understanding of Brazil’s political

history.

Roberto Reis Book Prize Committee: Erika Robb Larkins (Chair), Leila Lehnen, and Edward Telles

Lifetime Contribution Award

The BRASA Executive Committee is delighted to present the 2022

Lifetime Contribution Award to Peggy Sharpe, Emeritus Professor of

Spanish and Portuguese at Florida State University. BRASA honors Dr.

Sharpe’s prodigious contributions to the promotion of Brazilian studies

in the United State. Bestowing the Lifetime Contribution Award on Dr.

Sharpe, BRASA seeks to acknowledge our debt to her for advancing the

mission established by BRASA’s founders, Jon M. Tolman, Roberto

Reis and Edward A. Riedinger.

Before serving as President of BRASA from 2008 to 2010, Peggy Sharpe contributed to the consolidation of

BRASA in various capacities. Besides participating in the early development of BRASA (and other organizations,

such as APSA), Sharpe has overseen the creation of programs and departments (at University of Illinois, University

of Mississippi, the United Arab Emirates University, American University of Ras Al Khaimah, and Florida State

University), and taught in Brazilian universities (Federal Universities of Maranhão, Pernambuco, and Minas Gerais).

As a member of BRASA since its beginnings, Peggy Sharpe has been part of a ground-breaking generation of

women scholars studying and conceptualizing Brazilian feminism and establishing the bases for intersectional

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scholarship on Women’s Studies with a focus on the literature produced by women writers in Brazil. Sharpe is

recognized internationally for her pioneering studies of 19th- and early 20th-century Brazilian women writers. As

noted by one of her nominators, she is one of the most “vigorous contributors to the progressive reshaping of the

Brazilian literary field, which aims at including the legacy of women’s significant production as formative of

Brazilian culture.”

Sharpe’s first presentation at a BRASA Congress (1996 King’s College, Cambridge University) was on writers Júlia

Lopes de Almeida (1862-1934) and Adalzira Bittencourt (1904-1976). During that same year, Sharpe organized the

conference Resistance and Identity: Towards a Theory of the Practice of Brazilian Women Writers at the University

of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The project brought together writers such as Helena Parente Cunha, Lya Luft,

Marina Colasanti, and Nélida Piñon. Presentations and panels engaged conversations and exchanges between writers

and scholars, facilitating new perspectives on feminism and shared understandings of its praxes. Among the scholars

present were Cristina Ferreira-Pinto, Susan Quinlan, Maria José Somerlate Barbosa, and Naomi Hoki Moniz. Sharpe

published the communications of this seminal encounter under the title Entre resistir e identificar-se: Para uma

teoria da pratica da narrativa brasileira de autoria feminina (1997). Sharpe helped to organize two other

memorable conferences: one in the memory of Nísia Floresta (1987, Rio Grande do Norte) and The First Congress

of Brazilian Women Writers in New York (2009).

Sharpe—to quote one of her nominators— “contributed ground-breaking research in a field that was barely getting

off the ground.” Like other literary feminist scholars of the 1980s and 1990s, Sharpe was one of the pioneers in

reclaiming overlooked and misinterpreted works of women writers who had been erased from history and canon.

She republished avant-garde works of Brazilian women writers such as Opúsculo humanitário by Nísia Floresta

(1810-1885) –originally published in 1853–and A viúva Simões by Júlia Lopes de Almeida (1862-1934)–originally

published in 1897. Sharpe was also the translator of Elogio da Diferença (1991), an essay by feminist Rosiska Darcy

de Oliveira on female culture as a civilizing factor. Sharpe’s translation –In Praise of Difference: The Emergence of

a Global Feminism (1998)–set in motion the circulation in the U.S. of the feminist vision proposed by Rosiska who,

by 1995, had been appointed president of the National Council for the Rights of Women and made responsible for

the implementation in Brazil of gender equality strategies.

With Susan Quinlan, Sharpe co-authored Visões do passado, previsões do futuro: Duas modernistas esquecidas

(1996). In this joint publication, Sharpe and Quinlan retrieved from archives the writings of early paulista feminists

Adalzira Bittencourt (1904-1976) and Ercília Nogueira Cobra (1891-?) bringing their writing back into circulation.

Visões do passado, previsões do futuro includes Bittencourt’s novel Sua Excia: A Presidente da República no ano

2500 (1929), Cobra’s novella Virgindade inútil, novela de uma revoltada (1924), as well as Cobra’s essay

Virgindade anti-higiénica: preconceitos e convenções hipócritas (1927).

Sharpe has been a reference, role model, and mentor for a whole generation of Brazilianist literary feminist scholars.

As a nominator aptly put it, “a wise and earnest educator, Professor Sharpe was the mentor whose life and academic

teachings were decisive in my and others’ professional pursuits.” Nominators describe the impact Sharpe had in

their careers and celebrate the opportunity of honoring a remarkable woman, scholar, and mentor for “providing

invaluable guidance when very little guidance was available, especially regarding the field of Afro-Brazilian

literature and the scholarship of aspiring young academic women in the U.S.”

Lifetime Contribution Award Committee: Isis Barra Costa (Chair), Rebecca Atencio, and Benjamin Cowan

THURSDAY, MARCH, 10

001. Mulheres negras e a resistência cotidiana

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Adriana Tolentino Sousa, Universidade de São Paulo

Chair:

Adriana Tolentino Sousa, Universidade de São Paulo

Participants:

Eu sou tudo o que eles não esperavam- Mulheres negras entre

agência e estrutura racial. Adriana Tolentino Sousa,

Universidade de São Paulo

Body map storytelling: the subjectivity of a black woman living

on the street and intersectional boundaries Ana Luisa

Moreira, Universidade de Brasília

Empregadas domésticas no limbo da cidadania Elaine Rocha,

University of the West Indies, Campus Cave Hill

‘Eu, empregada doméstica’: uma análise crítica de narrativas de

trabalhadoras domésticas no Brasil Ana Julieta Teodoro

Cleaver, Universidade de Brasilia

002. A “fábrica do presente” em movimento: leituras da

literatura brasileira contemporânea

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Rachel Lima, Universidade Federal da Bahia

Chair:

Rachel Lima, Universidade Federal da Bahia

Participants:

Entre abelhas e vaga-lumes: disjunturas da utopia e da distopia

na globalização à brasileira Anderson Bastos Martins,

Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora

Para além dos fantasmas acesos: ditadura, mulheres e novos

traçados utópicos Cristiane Brasileiro, corpo docente

Políticas e poéticas do afeto na literatura brasileira

contemporânea MONICA M SANTOS, UFBA

“E o tal do mundo não se acabou”: uma leitura do romance

Meia-noite e vinte, de Daniel Galera Rachel Lima,

Universidade Federal da Bahia

Navigating communicative fields: Jewish Women and the place

of writing Heloisa Pait, UNESP

003. Brazilian Horror Cinema From Zé do Caixão to the Present:

New Meanings, Readings, and Aesthetics

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Emanuelle Oliveira-Monte, Vanderbilt University

Chair:

Emanuelle Oliveira-Monte, Vanderbilt University

Participants:

Embodiment of Evil and the dispute over Brazilian horror in the

21st Century Laura Cánepa, Universidade Anhembi

Morumbi

“Kill me, Please”: Politics, Mood and Imaginary in

Contemporary Brazilian Horror Film Erick Felinto,

Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

A Queer Take on the Limits of Social Critique and Political

Subversion in Zé do Caixão’s Early Films Charles St-

Georges, Denison University

Bodies That Matter: Intersections of Race, Class, and Gender in

Twentieth-First Century Brazilian Horror Cinema Emanuelle

Oliveira-Monte, Vanderbilt University

004. Brazilian Transnationalisms I

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Chloe Hill, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Chair:

Chloe Hill, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Moderator:

Thayse Lima, University of Maryland

Participants:

Super Negra: Afro-Diasporic Spiritual Power in Miriam Alves’

Bará: na Trilha do Vento Ana Claudia Dos Santos Sao

Bernardo, Providence College

Displacement and suffering in Raimundo Neto’s Não Matei

Minha Mãe (2021) Ricardo Ferreira Filho, University of

Ottawa

World Literature and the End of the World: Climate Change,

Transnationalism, and the Apocalypse in Joca Reiners

Terron’s A morte e o meteoro (2019) Chloe Hill, University

of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Adriana Lisboa’s O Vivo in Apocalyptic Contexts: Voice,

Presence, Desire Cecily Raynor, McGill University

005. Ninguém Solta a Mão de Ninguém – US-Based

Transnational Activism to Promote Human Rights in Brazil

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Jana Silverman, School of Labor and Employment Relations,

Penn State University

Chair:

James Green, Brown University

Participants:

From Union Networks to Lula Livre: An Analysis of US-Brazil

Trade Union Solidarity Movements in the 21st Century Jana

Silverman, School of Labor and Employment Relations, Penn

State University

Solidarity Forever: The MST’s vision of Trans(National)

Solidarity During Covid and Beyond Rebecca Tarlau,

Pennsylvania State University

Waves: Imperial History and US-Brazil Activism at Quilombo

Boca do Rio Gregory Morton, Bard College

Fifty Years of Solidarity with Brazil in the United States: A

Brief Overview James Green, Brown University; Marina

Dias Lucena Adams, Brown University

The soul of the movement: MST youth and the reinvention of

mística Melinda Gurr, Lahore University of Management

Sciences

006. Infrastructures and Practices of Quantification: Toward a

Multidisciplinary Research Agenda

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Moises Kopper, Univ. libre de Bruxelles

Chair:

Moises Kopper, Univ. libre de Bruxelles

Moderator:

Claudia Fonseca, UFRGS

Participants:

The Primacy of Quantification in Economics: The Exchanges

Between Brazil and the Department of Economics at the

University of Chicago during the 1960s and 1970s Elisa

Klüger, CEBRAP; Heloisa Pinheiro Rosa de Castro,

Sociology graduate program at the University of São Paulo

”Our Census is the Informational Infrastructure of the Country:”

Mobilizing for Data through Technopolitical Controversies

in Brazil’s 2020 Population Census Moises Kopper, Univ.

libre de Bruxelles

Quantifying the Political Responsibility for Avoidable Deaths

in the Covid-19 Pandemic Alexandre de Paiva Rio Camargo,

Research University Institute of Rio de Janeiro (IUPERJ) /

Candido Mendes University (UCAM)

The Expansion of Militias in Rio de Janeiro: Urban

Infrastructure Extraction and Data Activism Daniel Hirata,

Fluminense Federal University

Forensic DNA Databases and their Strategic Unknowns Vitor

Richter, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

007. Afro-Ativismos Digitais e Tecno-Arte

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Isis Barra Costa, Ohio State University

Chair:

Isis Barra Costa, Ohio State University

Participants:

A arte digital afro-brasileira no remix-quarentena Isis Barra

Costa, Ohio State University

Afrontar e Transformar: Política das Mulheres Trans Negras

Marina Segatti, University of California Santa Cruz

Afrofuturismo and the Aesthetics of Resistance to Algorithmic

Racism in Brazil Edward King, University of Bristol

The Uses of Improvisation in Techno-Art and Activism Liliana

Gil, The New School

008. 150 years of Free Womb Law in Brazil: perspectives on

labor, justice, family and motherhood

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Iamara Viana, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Chair:

Iamara Viana, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Moderator:

Karoline Carula, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Participants:

“’Que […] continue sob a vigilância de sua mãe a receber os

carinhos’ debates e impactos da Lei do Ventre Livre nas

relações familiares” Jonis Freire, Universidade Federal

Fluminense

“Para além do ventre livre: a Lei de 1871 e as mudanças na

arena dos tribunais” Mariana Armond Dias Paes, Max

Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory

“Geminiana e seus filhos: escravidão e morte; maternidade e

infância na São Luís (MA) da década de 1870” Antonio

Alexandre Isidio Cardoso, Universidade Federal do

Maranhão

“Ventre, seios, coração: maternidade e infância em disputas

simbólicas em torno da Lei do Ventre Livre (1870-1880)”

Marilia Ariza, Postdoctoral researcher – USP (Dep.

Anthropology)

‘“Levá-los em seu poder para não perderem o seu amor”:

contendas entre mães ex-escravas e patronas pelos serviços

de menores ingênuos e livres – Bahia (1852-1890)” Ione

Celeste Jesus de Sousa, UEFS-IGHBa

009. Mediating Blackness: Race and Racism in Brazilian Media

and Popular Culture

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Reighan Gillam, University of Southern California

Chair:

Reighan Gillam, University of Southern California

Participants:

Televisual Narratives of Black Containment: Engendering

Mestiçagem and Desire Jasmine Mitchell, State University of

New York-Old Westbury

Representing Racism in Afro-Brazilian Media Reighan Gillam,

University of Southern California

Saviors of Nations? Afro-descendant women social welfare

beneficiaries Political Behavior in Brazil and the United

States Gladys Mitchell-Walthour, University of Wisconsin-

Milwaukee

The Religion of Anti-Black Media: Black Disciples and State

Violence in Arcanjo Renegado Bryce Henson, Texas A

010. Affect, Sound and Voice: The Political and Pedagogical Uses

of Brazilian Music

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Alvaro Jarrin, College of the Holy Cross

Chair:

Alvaro Jarrin, College of the Holy Cross

Moderator:

Leo Cardoso, Texas A&M University

Participants:

Brazil’s Necropolitics and Audiovisual Celebrations of Travesti

and Trans Life Alvaro Jarrin, College of the Holy Cross

Music and Protest Worlds: Lyric Placemaking, Sonic

Choreographies, and Aesthetic Management of São Paulo

Protest Joseph Jay Sosa, Bowdoin College

Música pelas massas: Brazilian Music, Public Scholarship, and

Podcasting Schuyler Whelden, College of the Holy Cross;

Juliana Cantarelli Vita, University of Hartford

Amplifying Sovereignty: Affect, Soundscapes, and Sound

Systems in Funk Carioca Alexandra Lippman, Pomona

College

011. Perspectives on Brazilian Film and Television

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Kalliopi Samiotou, Vanderbilt University

Chair:

Jack Draper III, University of Missouri

Moderator:

Kalliopi Samiotou, Vanderbilt University

Participants:

Between Moleque and Superstar: Mediations of Brazilian

Folklore in Filmic Representations of Pelé Jack Draper III,

University of Missouri

Violence and Politics in Recent Brazilian Cinema Alvaro

Baquero-Pecino, CUNY-College of Staten Island

O banquete antropofágico de Kléber Mendonça Filho: síntese

do Brasil escrita em películas Tatiana Siciliano, PUC-Rio

O que une Dante, Huxley, Kubrick, e Onisciente?

Transumanismo e sobrevivência humana: dilemas éticofilosóficos

Kalliopi Samiotou, Vanderbilt University

012. Brazilian Transnationalisms II

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Thayse Lima, University of Maryland

Chair:

Thayse Lima, University of Maryland

Moderator:

Chloe Hill, University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

Participants:

Tradução, edição e trânsito cultural na publicação do diário de

Helena Morley em inglês Marilia Ribeiro, Emory University

Bridging the National and the Transnational in Two

Contemporary Novels Thayse Lima, University of Maryland

The Transnational Backdrop of Personal Trauma in Tatiana

Salem Levy’s Vista Chinesa (2021) Krista Brune,

Pennsylvania State University

Occupying spaces, inhabiting stories: Migration aesthetics in

Julián Fuks’ A ocupação (2019) Lara Bourdin, McGill

University and Sorbonne-Université

013. Violência, segurança pública e ordem política

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Gustavo Siqueira, UERJ

Chair:

Gustavo Prieto, Federal University of São Paulo

Participants:

“Se a polícia não vai, quem vai?”: Comparing Models of Police

Abolition in Brazil and the United States Jason Scott, Beloit

College

Suicide or Crime: The role of Politics in the ruling of a death in

Recife in the 1920s. Pedro Falk, University of Calgary

“The Major” R. S. Rose, UFSM (Universidade Federal de Santa

Maria)

Uma multidão de firmas: o governo das milícias no Rio de

Janeiro (Brasil) Gustavo Prieto, Federal University of São

Paulo

Uma história da greve no Brasil: o direito criminalizado (1890-

1937) Gustavo Siqueira, UERJ

014. O discurso político brasileiro contemporâneo: formulação e

circulação de sentidos

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Bethania Mariani, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Chair:

Bethania Mariani, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Moderator:

Aracy Ernst, Universidade Federal de Pelotas e FURG

Participants:

Narrativa e memória do bolsonarismo sobre o improvável e

previsível golpe de 2022 Rodrigo Fonseca, Universidade

Federal do Sul da Bahia

A injúria e o silenciamento do outro no discurso político

brasileiro Bethania Mariani, Universidade Federal

Fluminense

“Não é L de Lula, é arminha”: sobre equivocidade e

interpelação ideológica Luciana Vinhas, Universidade

Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

A falsificação da palavra no atual discurso político brasileiro

Aracy Ernst, Universidade Federal de Pelotas e FURG

015. Religião e Poder no Brasil Contemporâneo

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Vanessa Castaneda, Dartmouth College

Chair:

Vanessa Castaneda, Dartmouth College

Participants:

“Nós Somos Patrimônio”: Examining Heritage Politics During

Covid through the Case of the Baianas de Acarajé Vanessa

Castaneda, Dartmouth College

Neo-Pentecostalism and Neoliberalism: reflections on the

contemporary experience of time Amanda Vilela,

Universidade Federal Fluminense

Currents of resistance: The Santo Daime bailado as subjective

Brazilian psychedelic choreography Ana Flecha, University

of California, Santa Cruz

Spirits of the Space Age: The Extraterrestrial Exiles of the

Valley of the Dawn Kelly Hayes, Indiana University

016. The Culture into Class: Intercultural Competence in

Portuguese as a Foreign Language Class

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Naiara Santos, Universidade Federal do Maranhão

Chair:

Naiara Santos, Universidade Federal do Maranhão

Participants:

A noção de cultura adotada no Documento-base do exame

Celpe-Bras Tabata Quintana Yonaha, Stony Brook

University

Abordagem intercultural e as limitações argumentativas do

aluno do Ensino médio do IFMA- Barreirinhas-Brasil

Michelle Bahury, Federal Institute of education, Science and

Technology (IFMA)

Projeto Inventar – laboratório de criação do IFMA Campus

Barreirinhas – Brasil: Uma experiência sobre a prática de

escrita de texto dissertativo-argumentativo Ernane Araújo,

Instituto Federal do Maranhão

Beyond Classroom: The role of cultural Projects in the language

teaching process Ana Paula carvalho, University of

Pittsburgh

What is a cultural project for? An investigation through the

student’s perception Naiara Santos, Universidade Federal

do Maranhão

017. Race and Politics in Brazil

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

David De Micheli, University of Utah

Chair:

David De Micheli, University of Utah

Participants:

Bolsonaro and “the Black Vote”: Race and Voter Behavior in

Brazil’s 2018 Election David De Micheli, University of Utah

Black internationalism and the relations forged between the

Brazilian Black Movement and anti-colonial revolutions in

Lusophone Africa, 1961-1978 C Darius Gordon, University

of California, Berkeley

Beyond 1945: the resurgence of eugenics in Brazilian far-right

practices and narratives Pietra Diwan, The Arts Institute

Unmeet Credit Needs for Business and Color or Race

Discrimination in Two Brazilian Cities Marcelo Paixao, The

University of Texas at Austin

018. Beyond An Inclusive Canon: Critical Black Knowledge

Production in Luso-Brazilian History

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Cassandra Osei, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Chair:

Lucas Koutsoukos-Chalhoub, University of Michigan

Moderator:

Stephanie Reist, Stanford University

Participants:

The Black Angel: Afterlives of Gregório Fortunato and the

Making of Historical Narratives, 1954-2014 Lucas

Koutsoukos-Chalhoub, University of Michigan

The Urban Grammar of Carolina Maria de Jesus Cassandra

Osei, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Black Queer Intimacy as Racial Democracy’s Refusal Watufani

Poe, Amherst College

Universal Occlusions: Power and the Production of Silences in

Afro-Luso-Brazilian History Patricia Martins Marcos, UC

San Diego

019. Sound, Text, and Performance

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Daniel Sharp, Tulane University

Chair:

Daniel Sharp, Tulane University

Participants:

Sounds Good: a Public History Experience from an Audiovisual

Perspective Mateus Santos, University of New Mexico

What did Naná’s berimbau mean to Glauber? Brazilian notions

of “Third World” cinema and music in 1971 Daniel Sharp,

Tulane University

Nuno Ramos: literature and visual art between performance e

sound art Irma Caputo, Puc -Rio

The Colonial Lacunae of Instants: On the Origins of

Rhythmanalysis in 1930s Rio de Janeiro Leo Temple,

University of Cambridge

020. Censorship, freedom of expression and forbidden memory in

contemporary Brazil

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Bruna Silveira de Oliveira, Federal University of Minas Gerais

Chair:

Fernanda Sanglard, PUC Minas

Participants:

Censorship and freedom of expression: monitoring recent cases

of curtailment of art in Brazil Fernanda Sanglard, PUC

Minas; Bruna Silveira de Oliveira, Federal University of

Minas Gerais; Maiara Orlandini, 11/08/1989

School in Contest: Escola sem Partido and democratic erosion

in Brazil Pedro Camelo, Federal University of Minas

Gerais; Rousiley Maia, Professor at UFMG

Ditos e interditos em territórios da memória: os movimentos

sociais de intervenção nos monumentos públicos Ana Paula

Goulart Ribeiro, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro;

Barbara Heller, Universidade Paulista; Monica Rebecca

Nunes, ESPM; Priscila Perazzo, Universidade Municipal de

São Caetano do Sul – USCS

Censorship and freedom of expression in Brazil and Cuba

ELIENE RESENDE, PUC Minas

021. Espaço, história e cultura

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Thomaz Amancio, University of Chicago

Chair:

Frederico Freitas, North Carolina State University

Participants:

In search of a temperate interior: an environmental history of

the planning for a new Brazilian capital Frederico Freitas,

North Carolina State University

Songs of the Field: Fieldwork, Rural Culture, and the Labor of

the Other in Silvio Romero Thomaz Amancio, University of

Chicago

The Jungle and the Treasure: colonial agriculture in the Amazon

Juliano Menegat, Universidade Federal Fluminense

022. Brasil dividido. Os efeitos da eleição e do governo de

Bolsonaro – 1

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Filippo Lenzi Grillini, University of Siena (Italy)

Chair:

valeria ribeiro corossacz, Università degli Studi di Modena e

Reggio Emilia

Participants:

“A Casa Grande Surta Quando a Senzala Aprende a Ler”:

Resistência Antirracista e o Desvendamento da Branquitude

Injuriada no Brasil Patricia Pinho, University of California,

Santa Cruz

Branquitude, classe, gênero e política: engendrando o corpo

neoliberal suzana maia, Universidade Federal do Reconcavo

da Bahia

O Brasil à luz (e à sombra) do “ciclo progressista”: Reflexões

retrospectivas sobre os processos participativos e a

construção de políticas para as mulheres Débora de Fina

Gonzalez, Universidad de Chile

Marcha Mundial das Mulheres e as estratégias de enfrentamento

ao projeto autoritário no Brasil OLIVIA PEREZ,

Universidade Federal do Piauí

023. Música e artes plásticas em movimento no século XX:

viagens, mobilidades e migrações.

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Eduardo Sato, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Chair:

Eduardo Sato, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Moderator:

Andre Keiji Kunigami, University of California, Irvine

Participants:

Etnografia e trajetos do musicólogo Mário de Andrade Flavia

Toni, Instituto de Estudos Brasileiros / USP

Itinerâncias modernistas: Vera Janacópulos entre Brasil e

França Eduardo Sato, University of North Carolina at

Chapel Hill

Felícia Leirner, uma escultora de origem polonesa em São

Paulo. Trajetos, redes de sociabilidade e construções de

identidade Marina Mazze Cerchiaro, University of São

Paulo, Brazil

Jazz e racismo no Bosque Sagrado: a temporada de Vinicius de

Moraes em Los Angeles (1946-1950) Rafael Do Nascimento

Cesar, Campinas State University

Os espólios de Manabu Mabe: dinâmica familiar e formação

artística entre os japoneses imigrados para São Paulo.

Marcos Pedro Magalhães Rosa, Unicamp

024. Afro-Brazilian Literature and Music

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Xana Furtado, Brigham Young University

Chair:

Eliseo Jacob, Howard University

Moderator:

Karyn Mota, PhD Candidate, Brown University

Participants:

Contemporary Afro-Brazilian Literature and the Arts: Symbolic

Reparations and the Rehumanization in Sylvia Wynter Karyn

Mota, PhD Candidate, Brown University

Diário de uma favelada? Apropriação e omissão em Quarto de

despejo Xana Furtado, Brigham Young University

Appropriation of Marxist Language in Carolina Maria de Jesus:

Speculation on Authorial Influence Dylan Blau Edelstein,

Princeton University

A arte negra que desfila! A(s) resistência(s) da GRANES

Quilombo e seu papel enquanto agente “aquilombador” no

carnaval carioca Vitor Antunes, Independent scholar; Joao

Rabello Sodre, Georgetown University

Literature in the time of Corona: Periferia Writers Respond to

the Pandemic Eliseo Jacob, Howard University

025. Women and the Politics of Social Welfare in Twentieth-

Century Brazil

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Cody Alexander Williams, New York University

Chair:

Cody Alexander Williams, New York University

Participants:

Maria Siani Festa and the Women of Butiá: Reproduction as

“The Most Dangerous Element” of Cold War Labor Struggle

Cody Alexander Williams, New York University

Operárias na política: a atuação das mulheres do Partido

Comunista na Constituinte de 1946 LARISSA ROSA

CORREA, PUC-Rio

Igualdade de Direitos para as Mulheres – Padrões Internacionais

e Regulação do Trabalho na segunda metade do século XX

Glaucia Fraccaro, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina

“Defend SUS!”: Migrant Women, Popular Health Councils, and

the Right to Health in Post-Dictatorship Brazil Daniel

McDonald, Brown University

026. Racialized Frontiers: Brazilian Cartographies of Inequality

and Insurgency

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Miqueias H Mugge, Princeton University

Chair:

Joao Biehl, Princeton University

Moderator:

Lilia Moritz Schwarcz, University of São Paulo / Princeton

University

Participants:

Arming Settlers and Freedmen: Militarized Geographies and

Social Hierarchies in the Southern Brazilian Borderlands

Miqueias H Mugge, Princeton University

Abolitionism at Work: Black Insurgents and Colonos in

Nineteenth-Century São Paulo Isadora Mota, Princeton

University

Insurgent Archivings: On Precarity and Transcendence in the

German-Brazilian Colonies Joao Biehl, Princeton University

Urbanity’s Intimate Frontiers: Race and Space in Recife, 1870-

1940 Brodwyn Fischer, University of Chicago

027. Contemporary Brazilian Literature

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Joao Pedro Coleta, Brown University

Chair:

Joao Pedro Coleta, Brown University

Participants:

Julián Fuks e a poética da desconfiança Joao Pedro Coleta,

Brown University

De comunidade a comunidade: ecos do naturalismo na ficção

contemporânea brasileira Icaro Carvalho, UCLA

Multiperspectivismo: a construção de olhares múltiplos sobre a

violência no Brasil contemporâneo Patricia Andrade,

Brigham Young University

Mapping contemporary women’s fiction in Brazil Cimara

Valim de Melo, IFRS

028. Sons em suma: lugares, vozes, corpos e palavras da cultura

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Marcelo Noah, Duke University

Chair:

Pedro Meira Monteiro, Princeton University

Participants:

Orfeu nas quebradas: o Brasil de Emicida Pedro Meira

Monteiro, Princeton University

Sal sem carne: um embate de vozes em Cildo Meireles Marina

Bedran, Johns Hopkins University

Altas-infidelidades: o campo expandido das práticas sonoras em

Caetano Veloso e João Gilberto Marcelo Noah, Duke

University

A análise da perda, a perda da análise: Infraleituras da poesia

indisciplinada brasileira Patricia Lino, UCLA

029. Contextualizing Bolsonaro’s Brazil: Dictatorship Legacies,

Global Authoritarianism, and Transnational Whiteness

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Michael Rom, University of Cape Town

Chair:

Bryan McCann, Georgetown University

Participants:

Dictatorship, Memory, and Legitimacy: The Limits of

Revisionism in Bolsonaro’s Brazil Andre Pagliarini,

Hampden-Sydney College

Late Stage Antropofagia: Bolsonarismo and the Resurgent

Whiteness of Brazilian Nationalism Stephanie Reist,

Stanford University

Dictatorship Legacies and Memory Politics: Brazilian Jews and

the Bolsonaro Regime Michael Rom, University of Cape

Town

030. Critical Reflections on Space and Place in Recent Cultural

Production in Brazil

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Andrew Rajca, University of South Carolina

Chair:

Andrew Rajca, University of South Carolina

Participants:

Bacurau e a re-invenção do sertão no cinema brasileiro: rupturas

e continuidades Katia Bezerra, The University of Arizona

Crescer consumindo na periferia: Um olhar sobre o consumo

em No país da infância de Cris Lira Ligia Bezerra, Arizona

State University

Dismantling Anti-Blackness in the US and Brazil: A Case

Study of Bixarte’s Social Media Performance Art David

Beek, University of South Carolina

Cinematic Aesthetics and Black Territories in São Paulo:

Viviane Ferreira’s O dia de Jerusa (2014) and Um dia com

Jerusa (2020) Andrew Rajca, University of South Carolina

031. Brasil dividido. Os efeitos da eleição e do governo de

Bolsonaro – 2

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

valeria ribeiro corossacz, Università degli Studi di Modena e

Reggio Emilia

Chair:

Filippo Lenzi Grillini, University of Siena (Italy)

Participants:

A reabertura da fronteira amazônica, os dragões da maldade e as

perspectivas da democracia brasileira João PACHECO DE

OLIVEIRA, Museu Nacional-UFRJ

A força comunitária indígena: reflexões com os Xakriabá no

Brasil em tempos de Covid-19 Rebeca Cássia Andrade,

UFMG; ANA MARIA R. GOMES, UFMG; Marden

Campços, UFMG

“Nós estamos aqui!”: Uma análise das reações negras, indígenas

e populares aos cortes orçamentários nas universidades

públicas através de cartazes de protesto Matheus Silva

Freitas, UFMG; Beatriz Gomes Cornélio, UFRRJ

A Educação no Governo Bolsonaro: o dito e o feito no primeiro

ano de mandato Valdirene Alves de Oliveira, Universidade

Estadual de Goiás

032. Devouring Modernism and Tropicália

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Dario Borim, UMass Dartmouth

Chair:

Dario Borim, UMass Dartmouth

Participants:

Festas e guerras: Nacionalismo e modernidade na Semana de

Arte Moderna e na Tropicália Dario Borim, UMass

Dartmouth

Coffee de Andrade. Media Experimentation in Mário’s Opera

and Novel, Café. Fernando Fonseca Pacheco, Temple

University

Gilda de Mello e Souza on Anita Malfatti: Challenges of a

woman artist in the first phase of Brazilian modernism

Juliana Franco, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

Ana de Castro Osório: A Construtora de Pontes Luso-brasileiras

Patricia Anzini, Catholic University of Portugal

033. Afro-Brazilian Religion and Citizenship

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Jamie Andreson, Pennsylvania State University

Chair:

Jamie Andreson, Pennsylvania State University

Participants:

Beyond Cultural Citizenship: Paths to securing land rights for

Candomblé terreiros Jamie Andreson, Pennsylvania State

University

A CARTA TÁ DIZENDO: On the Medium, Embodiment,

Textuality and Performativity Jamie Davidson, University of

California, Davis

O Compadre de Ogun: Between Syncretism and Decolonization

Antonio Luciano Tosta, The University of Kansas

Religion and Literature in O beijo da Pombagira: Denouncing

Misogyny and Religious Intolerance Through the Fearless

Umbanda Spirit Alexandra Rodriguez, Texas A&M

University-San Antonio

034. Politics, gender and social movements

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Meg Weeks, Harvard University

Chair:

MARIA GOHN, UNICAMP

Participants:

Collective Actions: Social Movement and Collectives in Brazil

MARIA GOHN, UNICAMP

Produção legislativa e o debate da Violência de Gênero na

Política de Segurança Pública Patricia Burlamaqui,

Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro

Beijo da rua: Brazilian Prostitutes Speaking for Themselves

Meg Weeks, Harvard University

035. Opening Ceremony – Ceremônia de Aberura

5:30 to 7:00 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Forum

Session Organizer:

Christopher Dunn, Tulane University

Participants:

Gladys Mitchell-Walthour, University of Wisconsin-

Milwaukee

Marcelo Paixao, The University of Texas at Austin

Sidney Chalhoub, Harvard University

Erika Robb Larkins, San Diego State University

Leila Lehnen, Brown U

Carolina Helena Timoteo de Oliveira, Tulane University

Sonia Roncador, UT Austin

Isis Barra Costa, Ohio State University

Márcia Lima, University of São Paulo

Moderator:

Bryan McCann, Georgetown University

FRIDAY, MARCH, 11

036. O judeu imaginário nos horizontes políticos da Nova Direita

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

MICHEL GHERMAN, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Chair:

Misha Klein, University of Oklahoma

Participants:

Misha Klein – roundtable participant Misha Klein, University of

Oklahoma

Michel Gherman – roundtable participant MICHEL GHERMAN,

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Rodrigo Toniol – roundtable participant Rodrigo Toniol,

UFRJ/Brasil

Edilson Pereira – roundtable participant Edilson Pereira,

Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

037. Gender in Film and Literature

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Maria Pape, Universidade de São Paulo

Chair:

Maisha Mitchell, Georgetown University

Moderator:

Regina Felix, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Participants:

Modern Macho Men?: An Interpretation of Brazilian

Masculinities Represented in Milton Hatoum’s Dois Irmãos

Maisha Mitchell, Georgetown University

A quarta onda feminista no Brasil e as mulheres no cinema

Regina Felix, University of North Carolina Wilmington

The politics of women in León Hirszman’s feature films Maria

Pape, Universidade de São Paulo

Is It All True?: Readership and Spectatorship in Antônio

Xerxenesky’s F Gonzalo Aguiar Malosetti, Florida Atlantic

University

A condição da mulher em situação de exílio e opressão política

nas prosas literárias de Ana Maria Machado e Ilse Lieblich

Losa Evelyn Mello, ETEC Paulino Botelho

038. Transition and Transformation: New Insights and Methods

in Brazil’s Era of Immigration

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Molly Ball, University of Rochester

Chair:

Molly Ball, University of Rochester

Participants:

Braços para a cidade: the Hospedaria de Imigrantes in São

Paulo’s Old Republic Molly Ball, University of Rochester

A Hospedaria de Imigrantes da Ilha das Flores (Rio de Janeiro,

Brasil) Luís Reznik, UERJ – Universidade do Estado do Rio

de Janeiro

Brazil in the World: Migration Management during the Era of

Great Transformations, c. 1830s-1890s José Juan Pérez

Meléndez, University of California, Davis

Labor and livelihood of immigrants and Afro-descendants in

post-Abolition Brazil: evidence from Ibicaba farm Bruno

Gabriel Witzel de Souza, University of Goettingen

039. Eco-critical Approaches to Brazilian Literature

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Patricia Vieira, Georgetown University

Chair:

Patricia Vieira, Georgetown University

Participants:

“A paixão segundo G.H.” as eco-futurist text: The decolonial

gesture of multiple temporalities Marta J Sanchís Ferrer,

University of Pennsylvania

Grounding Literature: The Poetry of Astrid Cabral Patricia

Vieira, Georgetown University

Claiming for land rights in eco-fictions: fighting within and

against environmental catastrophes in Brazil Andressa Maia,

Brown University

Literatura de escritores/as indígenas: novas compreensões do

ser natureza Fernando Rocha, Associate Professor of Luso-

Brazilian Studies Middlebury College

Blurred Boundaries of Knowledge in the Writings of Julie

Dorrico and the Paintings of Daiara Tukano Kevin Ennis,

Brown University

040. Intérpretes do Brasil I

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Luiz Fernando Valente, Brown University

Chair:

Luiz Fernando Valente, Brown University

Participants:

A cidade pela janela: homenagem a Renato Cordeiro Gomes

Beatriz Resende, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

A peste da linguagem e outras pestes no Brasil do século XXI

Vera Lucia de Figueiredo, PUC-Rio

Caetano Veloso, intérprete do Brasil do século XXI Pedro

Duarte de Andrade, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de

Janeiro

041. Slavery, Black Activism, and Abolitionism in the Americas:

Brasil and Cuba, 19th century

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Oscar de la Torre, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Chair:

Camillia Cowling, University of Warwick

Participants:

Slavery In the Eyes of Black Intellectuals: An Analysis of the

Works of Lino Dou Allion and Manuel Querino Ynae

Santos, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Anti-slave-trade Sovereignty: The Auditoria Geral da Marinha

and Brazil’s Legal Geography Jake Subryan Richards,

London School of Economics and Political Science

“Slave-Moving”: coerced movements, resistive mobilities, and

state-building in nineteenth-century Cuba Camillia Cowling,

University of Warwick

Masquerades, Steamers, and Secret Codes: The Clandestine

Slave Trade to Matanzas and Rio de Janeiro, 1810-1867

Oscar de la Torre, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

042. Sexuality in Literature and Music

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Naomi Wood, Colorado College

Chair:

Naomi Wood, Colorado College

Moderator:

Michael Tufft, Brown University

Participants:

Trans* Femininities and Orientalism: Do fundo do poço se vê a

lua Carolina Castellanos Gonella, Dickinson College

Suja, louca, e sem moral: Urias mo(n)strando-se na arte cuir

Naomi Wood, Colorado College; Manuel Uribe, Colorado

College

‘A primeira bichinha da literatura brasileira’: The Presentation

of Albino in Aluísio Azevedo’s O Cortiço Michael Tufft,

Brown University

Sexualidade dissidente, feminismo e luta de classes em Parque

Industrial (1933), de Patrícia Galvão Yasmin Zandomenico,

University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

043. Ações afirmativas no ensino superior federal brasileiro: uma

década de experiências

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Felícia Picanço, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Chair:

Felícia Picanço, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Moderator:

Paula Barreto, UFBA

Participants:

Panorama das desigualdades raciais e de gênero na Educação

Superior brasileira nos últimos anos Claudia Monteiro-

Fernandes, Federal University of Bahia

Os novos 50%: a adoção da Lei 12.711 na UFRJ Felícia

Picanço, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Acesso e políticas de permanência estudantil no contexto das

ações afirmativas brasileiras Edilza Sotero, UFBA

A experiência das Políticas Afirmativas em uma Universidade

Pública Brasileira Dyane Brito, UFRB

044. Jardins e sociabilidades

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Monica Raisa Schpun, CRBC/Mondes américains – EHESS

Chair:

Monica Raisa Schpun, CRBC/Mondes américains – EHESS

Participants:

Projetos de Burle Marx para a cidade do Rio de Janeiro: jardins

e urbanidade VERA SIQUEIRA, Rio de Janeiro State

University

De estúdios e jardins: práticas de ser nos retratos fotográficos

oitocentistas Solange Ferraz de Lima, Museu Paulista da

Universidade de São Paulo; Vânia Carneiro de Carvalho,

Museu Paulista da Universidade de São Paulo

Sem vocação para ser público: o Passeio Público do Rio de

Janeiro Valeria Piccoli, Pinacoteca de São Paulo

Entre a celebração cívica e o encontro social: o primeiro jardim

do Museu Paulista (1909-1919) Paulo Marins, USP

Promotores e reveladores de sociabilidade: fotógrafos lambelambe

e a frequentação do Jardim da Luz (1920-1930)

Monica Raisa Schpun, CRBC/Mondes américains – EHESS

045. Understanding 2018: Anthropological Perspectives on

Emergent ‘Conservative Subjectivities’

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Benjamin Junge, State University of New York at New Paltz

Chair:

Benjamin Junge, State University of New York at New Paltz

Moderator:

Moises Kopper, Univ. libre de Bruxelles

Participants:

Among mothers and daughters: Economic mobility and political

identity in a Northeastern Periferia Jessica Jerome, DePaul

University

Tempered Hopes: (Re)producing the Middle Class in Recife’s

Alternative Music Scene Falina Enriquez, University of

Wisconsin-Madison

Cultivating Reactionary Subjectivities in Amazonia David

Rojas, Bucknell University

Os Profissionais de Segurança: Creating Moral Security

Subjects in Bolsonaro’s Brazil Erika Robb Larkins, San

Diego State University; susana durao, non-member

046. Cinema e Política no Brasil

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Kristal Bivona, San Diego State University

Chair:

Kristal Bivona, San Diego State University

Participants:

Cinematic Representation of Dilma Rousseff’s Fall Daniel

Leão, UFSC

Qualquer semelhança é mera coincidência: Fictionalizing the

Brazilian Dictatorship in Cinema Kristal Bivona, San Diego

State University

Where are the lesbians in Lampião da Esquina (1978-1981)?

Augusta da Silveira de Oliveira, Brown University

Lights, Camera, Fascism?: Untangling the Politics of Elite da

tropa and Tropa de elite Frans Weiser, University of Georgia

047. A construção de um imaginário sobre árabes no Brasil

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

JOSE LUIS JOBIM, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Chair:

JOSE LUIS JOBIM, Universidade Federal Fluminense

Moderator:

John Karam, University of Illinois

Participants:

Raízes do imaginário sobre árabes no brasil do século XIX: o

caso de Ferdinand Denis JOSE LUIS JOBIM, Universidade

Federal Fluminense

Brazilian Orientalism and Nélida Piñon’s adaptation of A

Thousand and One Nights Wail Hassan, Univ of Illinois at

Urbana-Champaign

Salwa Atlas, a Syrian Nationalist in São Paulo Diogo Bercito,

Georgetown University

048. Indigenous Ecologies of Knowledges: New Ways of Mapping

and Narrating Amazonian Biocultural Diversity

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Maria Luísa Lucas, Princeton University

Chairs:

Maria Luísa Lucas, Princeton University

Guilherme Fagundes, Postdoctoral Research Associate

Princeton University

Moderator:

Marina Bedran, Johns Hopkins University

Participants:

Making Futures, Making Forests: Amerindian Entanglements

Maria Luísa Lucas, Princeton University

Conservation and Care among the Cofán in the Ecuadorian

Amazon Michael Esbach, Princeton University

The “brabo” and the “manso”: an environmental analysis of the

political economy of riverside Amazonia Vinicius Furuie,

Harvard University

Burning Grass To Conserve Forests: Quilombola Experiments

with Fire at the Edges of Amazonia Guilherme Fagundes,

Postdoctoral Research Associate Princeton University

049. Intérpretes do Brasil II

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Luiz Fernando Valente, Brown University

Chair:

Regina Zilberman, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Participants:

O modernismo e o povo: considerações sobre uma dicotomia

Ettore Finazzi-Agrò, Sapienza University of Rome

O Brasil tem graça como ninguém tem: Jean Ziegler e Raymond

S. Sayers, atingidos pelo Brasil Liv Sovik, Universidade

Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Rio de Janeiro, Year Zero. Interpreting the City in the Early

20th Century through Photography and Travelogu Pedro

Lopes de Almeida, Brown University

O pensamento conservador de Olavo de Carvalho Renato

Amado, Brown University

050. Perspectives on slavery, nineteenth century

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Felipe Alfonso, Harvard University

Chair:

Joseph Mulhern, Durham University (Hon)

Participants:

‘A subject dangerous and difficult in the extreme’: British

slaveholding in Brazil after 1833 Joseph Mulhern, Durham

University (Hon)

“She Told me that She is Free”: Strategies to avoid reenslavement

in nineteenth century Minas Gerais, Brazil

Nilce Wicks, Independent scholar

The Economics of Manumission in Nineteenth-Century Brazil

Felipe Alfonso, Harvard University

Triangulating and Translating Slavery: The “I-Witness”

Accounts of Baquaqua, Manzano, and Douglass Jordan

Jones, Brigham Young University

Memória e Identidade em Narrativas da Escravidão Joyce

Fernandes, Brown University

051. Sex, Gender, and Desire in Brazilian Literature

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Sophia Beal, University of Minnesota

Chair:

Sophia Beal, University of Minnesota

Participants:

Foregrounding Gay Narratives: Toward an English Translation

of Mário de Andrade’s “Frederico Paciência” Grace

Holleran, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Asphalt Actuality: The Contextual Lives of O beijo no asfalto

(1960) by Nelson Rodrigues Juan Suarez Ontaneda, Xavier

University

Disgust, Orality, and the Gendered Ecologies of the Mouth in

the Works of Clarice Lispector Serena Rivera, University of

Pittsburgh

Pleasure, Potlatch, and the Economy of Desire in A fúria do

corpo Andy Barrientos-Gómez, Cornell University

Pleasure Practices in Contemporary Brazilian Literature Sophia

Beal, University of Minnesota

052. Avaliando alguns impactos das ações afirmativas nas

universidades públicas brasileiras após 20 anos

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Paulo Neves, Univerdade Federal do ABC (UFABC)

Chair:

Paulo Neves, Univerdade Federal do ABC (UFABC)

Participants:

Entre inclusão e exclusão: os dilemas de tendências recentes das

ações afirmativas no Brasil Paulo Neves, Univerdade

Federal do ABC (UFABC)

Bancas de Heteroidentificação e o jogo das classificações

raciais Joaze Bernardino-Costa, UNB

A virada epistêmica nas universidades federais no contexto das

ações afirmativas Luciana Garcia de Mello, UFRGS

“Qual o lugar do ensino médio quando falamos de Ações

Afirmativas para o ensino superior? Dinâmicas raciais,

regionais e de classe”. Andrea Lopes da Costa, UNIRIO

053. Ditadura militar, empresas e violações de direitos humanos:

novas perspectivas

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Bruno Boti Bernardi, Federal University of Grande Dourados

(UFGD, Brazil)

Chair:

Janaina Teles, Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais

Moderator:

Padua Fernandes, Independent Scholar/Researcher

Participants:

A Petrobras e as graves violações aos direitos humanos

cometidas pela estatal durante a ditadura militar Janaina

Teles, Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais

Categorias de violações de direitos humanos e responsabilidade

empresarial: a ditadura militar brasileira e a Petrobras Padua

Fernandes, Independent Scholar/Researcher

Deu um nó no trânsito: as supostas relações dos proprietários da

Folha de S. Paulo (FSP) e o Terminal Rodoviário da Luz

BEATRIZ KUSHNIR, PPGARQ/UNIRIO

A ditadura militar e o caso Yanomami na Comissão

Interamericana de Direitos Humanos Bruno Boti Bernardi,

Federal University of Grande Dourados (UFGD, Brazil);

Joao Roriz, Federal University of Goias

Responsabilidade empresarial na ditadura brasileira: análise

sobre o trabalho da Comissão Nacional da Verdade (CNV) e

novas perspectivas Christian Jecov Schallenmuller, UFRGS;

Carlos Artur Gallo, Federal University of Pelotas

054. Bolsonarismo e Neoconservadorismo

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Vania Penha-Lopes, Bloomfield College

Chair:

Vania Penha-Lopes, Bloomfield College

Participants:

“Branquitude e Masculinidade Hegemônica: As Eleições de

Trump e Bolsonaro” Vania Penha-Lopes, Bloomfield College

“Give Me Liberty or Give Me COVID-19”: Anti-quarantine

Protests and the Freedom to Die Gabriela Segura-Ballar,

University of California, Santa Cruz

A mulher bolsonarista: negação ou sequestro de um discurso

feminista? Elisa Verdi, University of São Paulo

Reações negras, indígenas e populares aos cortes orçamentários

nas universidades públicas brasileiras Matheus Silva Freitas,

UFMG; Beatriz Gomes Cornélio, UFRRJ

055. Cinema e Representaçoes de Alteridade

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Arno Argueta, Cal State Bakersfield

Chair:

Arno Argueta, Cal State Bakersfield

Participants:

O encontro entre Cinema Novo, Nelson Rodrigues e Lúcio

Cardoso Livia Lima, University of São Paulo

Other Spaces, othered Subjects and the remaking of belonging

beyond the state in Gabriel Mascaro’s Neon Bull (2017) y

August Winds (2014) Arno Argueta, Cal State Bakersfield

O Estereótipo da cigana femme fatale no cinema brasileiro

(1964-1989) Mariana Sabino Salazar, The University of

Texas at Austin

The Camera in the Communal Home: Claudia Andujar and the

Yanomami Martina Broner, Dartmouth College

056. Immigrants and Refugees: New Challenges

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Mark Costa, Yale School of Medicine

Chair:

Emily Story, Salisbury University

Participants:

Challenges to Employment for Brazilian Immigrants Diagnosed

with a Serious Mental Mark Costa, Yale School of Medicine

Impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic on Bolivian immigrants in

São Paulo, Brazil Clara Lemme Ribeiro, University of

Washington

Notícias do lugar que restou: sobre objetos e memória na

condição de refúgio ANDREA DE CASTRO MELLONI,

Princeton University

Senegalese mobilities in Porto Alegre (RS, Brazil) and Atlanta

(GA, United States): ethnographic experiences with

intersectionality Filipe de Césaro, Federal University of Rio

Grande do Sul

Women Migrants in Brasília: Work, Housing, and Social

Networks Emily Story, Salisbury University

057. In Excess of Ethnography

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Nathaniel Wolfson, UC Berkeley

Chair:

Ashley Brock, University of Pennsylvania

Participants:

Design, Culture and Dictatorship: the CNRC Nathaniel

Wolfson, UC Berkeley

In Excess of Ethnography or The Importance of Being Literary

Ashley Brock, University of Pennsylvania

Contact/Contagion: Ethnography, Hygiene, and Literature in

Brazil Carolina Sá Carvalho, University of Toronto

058. Intérpretes do Brasil III

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Luiz Fernando Valente, Brown University

Chair:

Beatriz Resende, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Participants:

Eneida Souza como intérprete do Brasil Eneida Cunha, UFRJ

Nelson Werneck Sodré e a utopia da revolução brasileira

Regina Zilberman, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do

Sul

A atualidade do pensasmento sociológico de Guerreiro Ramos

Luiz Fernando Valente, Brown University

059. In Movement: Constructions of Nineteenth-Century Black

Brazil

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Marisol Fila, University of Michigan

Chair:

Marisol Fila, University of Michigan

Participants:

Politics of Black Motherhood: The Crossed Discourses of

Liberated African Women and Perdigão Malheiro Ana Paula

Nadalini Mendes, University of Pennsylvania

A Black City: Mapping Fugitive Free Africans in Nineteenth-

Century Rio de Janeiro Marisol Fila, University of Michigan

A key to A Escrava Isaura: Race, History and Fiction in the

Bernardo Guimarães’ novels Larissa Mundim, Unicamp

060. Política contemporânea 1

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Enio Augusto dos Santos Cardoso, Independent Researcher at

Center for Latin American Studies-UFRGS

Chair:

Henoch Gabriel Mandelbaum, University of São Paulo (USP)

Participants:

Authoritarian Populism, Democratic Backsliding, and Illiberal

Foreign Policy in Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil (2018-2022)

Henoch Gabriel Mandelbaum, University of São Paulo

(USP)

Media and Trust in Democratic Institutions: An Analysis of

Brazil from 2014 to 2018 Enio Augusto dos Santos Cardoso,

Independent Researcher at Center for Latin American

Studies-UFRGS

061. Race and education: news perspectives

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Ellen Cintra, University of Brasilia (UnB)

Chair:

Rodolfo Soares Moimaz, State University of Campinas

(Unicamp)

Participants:

Antirracism and abolitionist teaching: reflections about BIPOC

public education in Brazil and the USA Ellen Cintra,

University of Brasilia (UnB)

Dialogs between the educational reforms in São Paulo/Brazil

and the ongoing experiences in the USA Rodolfo Soares

Moimaz, State University of Campinas (Unicamp)

Pretoguês at school: Reflections on the presence of Portuguese

influenced by African languages in Brazilian schools. Sheila

Perina de Souza, University of São Paulo

História e cultura africana por meio do jogo Awelé Robson

Gonçalves da SIlva, Universidade de São Paulo

Racial classification categories and health inequality studies

André Marega Pinhel, Harvard School of Public Health

062. Ditadura, resistências e transição

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Jamie Sauerbier, Tulane

Chair:

Colin Snider, University of Texas at Tyler

Participants:

Brazilian Liberation Theology in a network Américo Freire,

FGV

Localizing Memory: Universities, Truth Commissions, and

Narratives of Repression in Brazil Colin Snider, University

of Texas at Tyler

Muitas ditaduras, muitas injustiças: as narrativas silenciadas

sobre a ditadura militar Lua Gill da Cruz, Universidad de

Chile

Sex and Violence: Censorship of Japanese-Brazilian Identity

and Manga during Brazil’s Military Dictatorship Jamie

Sauerbier, Tulane

The female body and the anti-regime discourse: artworks by

Brazilian women artists associated with Nova Figuração in

the 1960s Carolina Vieira Filippini Curi, University of

Campinas (Unicamp)

063. Investigações sobre o bolsonarismo: desinformação, retórica

e atitudes

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Idelber Avelar, Tulane University

Chair:

Pablo Ortellado, Universidade de São Paulo

Participants:

A retórica bolsonarista: linhas de continuidade na história

brasileira Idelber Avelar, Tulane University

Identidades e atitudes de eleitores bolsonaristas em São Paulo

Pablo Ortellado, Universidade de São Paulo

Campanhas de desinformação multiplataforma: extrema direita

no Brasil e análise de redes complexas João Guilherme

Bastos dos Santos, Brazilian National Institute of Science

and Technology

Liberdade e democracia na visão de apoiadores de Bolsonaro no

Brasil Camila Rocha, Independent

064. Cinematic Inscriptions: Social Justice and the Screen

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Samuel Johnson, University of Miami

Chair:

Samuel Johnson, University of Miami

Moderator:

Jeremy Lehnen, Brown University

Participants:

Mapping the Cinemateca Brasileira’s Trajectory within

Underdevelopment Maite Conde, University of Cambridge

From Social Media to the Streets: Confronting Sexual Violence

through Documentary Films in the Wake of Brazil’s

Primavera Feminista Rebecca Atencio, Tulane University

Meu amigo Claudia: Between Queer icon and Trans Activism

Jeremy Lehnen, Brown University

Border-Filmmaking and Re-existence in Ex-pajé (2018) Samuel

Johnson, University of Miami

Arquivos fílmicos da violência racial e social: Branco sai, preto

fica, de Adirley Queiróz. Paulo Thomaz, Universidade de

Brasília

065. Privilégio, (re)produção de saberes e relações de poder.

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Daniele Santos Almeida, Universidade Federal do Sul da Bahia

Chair:

Kaio Lacet, University of California, Santa Cruz

Moderator:

valeria ribeiro corossacz, Università degli Studi di Modena e

Reggio Emilia

Participants:

Epistemicídio e embranquecimento: estratégias coloniais

mantenedoras do privilégio branco e produtoras da

subalternização da Maioria Minorizada Daniele Santos

Almeida, Universidade Federal do Sul da Bahia

Seres e Saberes, Outridades e Violências: Contributos

decoloniais para interpretar a relação entre privilégio e

violência Kaio Lacet, University of California, Santa Cruz

Decolonizar a pesquisa acadêmica: desafios e caminhos

teóricos, metodológicos e éticos Alessandra Bernardes Faria

Campos, Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto

066. “Somos todos Brasileiros”: A critical analysis of Racial

Democracy, Whiteness, and Citizenship in Brazil

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Ana Carolina Assumpção, The University of Texas at Austin

Chair:

Laura Rose Brylowski, The University of Texas at Austin

Moderator:

Marcelo Paixao, The University of Texas at Austin

Participants:

The Lure of Possibility: Reading Brazilian Whiteness Through

W.E.B Dubois Laura Rose Brylowski, The University of

Texas at Austin

“The economy cannot stop!”: pandemic, necropolitics,

neoliberal policies and their impacts on the Black population

in Brazil Eliane Nascimento, The University of Texas at

Austin

Nós por Nós: Community Collectives as the main source of

community care and police violence coping during the

COVID-19 pandemic in Rio de Janeiro. Ana Carolina

Assumpção, The University of Texas at Austin

Blackness Disrupted: Media and Haitian Migration to Brazil

Bryce McLin, University of Texas at Austin

067. Intérpretes do Brasil IV

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Luiz Fernando Valente, Brown University

Chair:

Eneida Cunha, UFRJ

Participants:

Bye Bye, Brasil revisitado JULIO DINIZ, CORPO DOCENTE

O banquete antropofágico de Kléber Mendonça Filho: síntese

do Brasil escrita em películas Tatiana Siciliano, PUC-Rio

Interpretive Failure or Refusal? Representing the Nation (or

not) in Bacurau David Mittelman, U.S. Air Force Academy

“Parido pela terra”: Famine Diet and the Role of Humanity in

Nature in Precarious Times Benjamin Legg, Vanderbilt

University

068. Slavery, gender and free womb in Atlantic perspective

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Marilia Ariza, Postdoctoral researcher – USP (Dep.

Anthropology)

Chair:

Marilia Ariza, Postdoctoral researcher – USP (Dep.

Anthropology)

Moderator:

Iamara Viana, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

Participants:

“Maternidades negras antes e depois da lei de ventre livre no

Rio da Prata” María Verónica Secreto, Universidade Federal

Fluminense – PPGH UFF

“O ventre da mulher liberta nas demandas pela liberdade (sécs.

XVIII e XIX)” Enidelce Bertin, USP

“Maternidade escrava na imprensa do Rio de Janeiro” Karoline

Carula, Universidade Federal Fluminense

“As primeiras experiências de ventre livre no mundo atlântico:

Norte dos Estados Unidos e América Latina (1780-1842)”

Caroline Passarini Sousa, Universidade de São Paulo (USP)

“O ventre entre a escravidão e a emancipação: Projeto Passy e

abolição gradual no mundo atlântico francês (século XIX)”

Letícia Canelas, Universidade de São Paulo (USP)

069. Política contemporânea 2

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Lucas Camara, Universidade de São Paulo

Chair:

Ted Goertzel, Rutgers University at Camden NJ

Participants:

Pre-Electoral Coalitions and Party System Fragmentation in

Brazil: a Reappraisal Lucas Camara, Universidade de São

Paulo

The Prince, the Frog and the Serpent: Brazilian Presidential

Politics since 1984 Ted Goertzel, Rutgers University at

Camden NJ

Disinformation, disinfodemic and media literacy – a study of the

structured process in Brazil under Jair Bolsonaro’s

government Eliara Santana, Multilinguismo e

Interculturalidade no Mundo Digital

From Dilma to Bolsonaro: How speeches on housing policies

forge individuals in contemporary Brazil Ana Guimaraes,

University of Michigan

070. Higher education in Brazil: challenges and advances

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Sérgio José Custódio, USP – Universidade de São Paulo

Chair:

Danila de Jesus, UFBA/NEIM/POSCULTURA

Participants:

Reações negras, indígenas e populares aos cortes orçamentários

nas universidades públicas brasileiras Matheus Silva Freitas,

UFMG; Beatriz Gomes Cornélio, UFRRJ

Setbacks or advances: An analysis of Affirmative Action Public

Policies in Brazil in journalism Danila de Jesus,

UFBA/NEIM/POSCULTURA

The Stab and The Quota Law in Brazil: Who is part of the

Nation? Sérgio José Custódio, USP – Universidade de São

Paulo

Ilhas de Esperança: Epistemologias Afrodiaspóricas em Busca

de Transformar a Cultura Escolar Thiago Molina,

Universidade de São Paulo

071. Militares e política no Brasil contemporâneo

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Celso Castro, FGV CPDOC

Chair:

Celso Castro, FGV CPDOC

Participants:

Explaining extreme militarization under Bolsonaro in Brazil

Igor Acácio, University of California, Riverside

Para a garantia da lei e ordem: as implicações do emprego das

Forças Armadas na segurança pública para as relações civismilitares

no Brasil Adriana Marques, UFRJ

De volta à política: características sociológicas de uma geração

de militares Celso Castro, FGV CPDOC

Civilians in the ministry: challenges and accomplishments of

the non-military workforce Gabriel Alves Pimenta,

University of California Riverside

The Brazilian military and politics in the 21st century: a crossnational

perspective Kees Koonings, Utrecht University,

University of Amsterdam

072. Sessão Plenária I: Ações Afirmativas e o acesso ao ensino

superior no Brasil: um balanço das duas últimas décadas.

5:30 to 7:00 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Forum

Session Organizer:

Márcia Lima, University of São Paulo

Presenters:

Adriano Senkevics, INEP

Luiz Augusto Campos, UERJ

Moderator:

Gladys Mitchell-Walthour, University of Wisconsin-

Milwaukee

SATURDAY, MARCH, 12

073. Literary Waters: Memory, Politics and Ecology

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Victoria Saramago, University of Chicago

Chair:

Leila Lehnen, Brown U

Participants:

Transatlantic haunting: Gilberto Freyre, Oliveira Martins and

the sea ANDRE SEBASTIAO DAMASCENO CORREA DE

SA, University of California Santa Barbara

Farewell to the Seven Falls: Poetry, Mourning, and Hydropower

in Itaipu Victoria Saramago, University of Chicago

Beyond Progress: Narrating the Time of Water from South to

South Tracy Devine Guzmán, University of Miami

Rivers of Meaning: Representations of Rivers in Contemporary

Brazilian Culture Leila Lehnen, Brown U

Itamar Vieira Junior’s Crooked Plow and the Figure of Santa

Rita Pescadeira Johnny Lorenz, Montclair State University

074. Machado de Assis: Novas Perspectivas

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Sidney Chalhoub, Harvard University

Chair:

Sidney Chalhoub, Harvard University

Moderator:

Regina Zilberman, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

Participants:

Delirando a respeito de gênero e raça: o caso de Brás Cubas

Sidney Chalhoub, Harvard University

De Brás a Bento: causas secretas Marcelo Diego, Universidade

Federal do Rio de Janeiro

075. The Bienal de São Paulo as a Case-Study (Part 1)

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Camila Maroja, CSUF

Chair:

Daria Jaremtchuk, Universidade de São Paulo

Participants:

National Culture and Abstraction at the Early Bienal de São

Paulo Adele Nelson, University of Texas at Austin

Biennials as Cold War Display: The US Representation in the

Bienal de São Paulo Daria Jaremtchuk, Universidade de São

Paulo

Impact and Repercussion of the Bienal de São Paulo in Latin

America (1960s) MARIA DE FATIMA MORETHY COUTO,

UNICAMP

076. Black women and political transformation

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Carolina Helena Timoteo de Oliveira, Tulane University

Chair:

Carolina Helena Timoteo de Oliveira, Tulane University

Participants:

“Aquilombando o Rolê”: Voz, Autoria e Coletividade Feminina

Afro-Mineira Carolina Helena Timoteo de Oliveira, Tulane

University

Mulheres Negras e Luta Social na Amazônia Oriental Etiane

Patrícia Macêdo, Instituto Federal de Educação, Ciência e

Tecnologia do Pará

077. O Brasil no mundo: política externa e inserção internacional

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Kai Michael Kenkel, IRI/PUC-Rio

Chair:

Valnora Leister, indenpendent

Participants:

A Geopolitica Brasileira no Contexto da Ordem Internacional

Pós-Pandemia Valnora Leister, indenpendent

A história da arte do Palácio do Itamaraty: a coleção do

Ministério da Relações Exteriores Breno Marques Ribeiro de

Faria, Universidade de São Paulo

Emerging powers and region-building: contrasting Brazilian

and Indian approaches to their maritime environment Kai

Michael Kenkel, IRI/PUC-Rio

Democracy Quality, Lethal Violence Rates and International

Cooperation in Brazil Today FERNANDO CONCEICAO,

UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DA BAHIA

078. Technological scenarios and projects in Education for

Tomorrow: technology, innovation, and teaching-learning – I

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Glaucio Aranha, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Chair:

Glaucio Aranha, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Moderator:

Alfred Sholl-Franco, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Participants:

Multimídia e pandemia como promotores de transformação

cerebral Elisabete Castelon Konkiewitz, Universidade

Federal de Grande Dourados

Estratégias em ensino-aprendizagem: integrando as tecnologias

digitais de informação e comunicação e a metodologia ativa

ao ensino de neurofisiologia Alfred Sholl-Franco,

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; João Vitor Gallo

Esteves, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro; Aliny dos

Santos Carvalho, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

The use of audiovisuals in nursing education: reflections on

practices, contributions and perspectives of innovations

Américo de Araujo Pastor Junior, Universidade Federal do

Rio de Janeiro; Marcus Vinícius Pereira, Instituto Federal

do Rio de Janeiro

Ensino Remoto Emergencial no Brasil: expectativas sobre a

tecnologia educacional e prospecção de cenários para a

formação docente Luiz Augusto Rezende-Filho,

Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

079. Representações Sociais na Mediação de Conflitos

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Francisca Helena Gonçalves Vetorazo, FE-Unicamp

Chair:

Claudia Pires de Castro, Universität Wien

Moderator:

Igor José Siquieri Savenhago, Universidade Federal de São

Carlos (UFSCar)

Participants:

A construção do campo de pesquisa e a base teórica das

Representações Sociais Ivete Labres, BRASA

Prática de Mediação, Uso de Ferramentas Teóricas e Protocolos

Francisca Helena Gonçalves Vetorazo, FE-Unicamp

A Comunicação e a Escuta Ativa na Interação entre os sujeitos

Claudia Pires de Castro, Universität Wien

080. The Politics of Music and Dance

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Sheyla Castro Diniz, University of São Paulo

Chair:

elisabeth Blin, University of Arizona

Moderator:

Geovane Paiva Santos, Tulane University

Participants:

Ava Rocha: Musiking Beyond Gender elisabeth Blin,

University of Arizona

Bola Sete and the legacy of misrepresentation in Bossa Nova –

A Story of Racism, Narrative Building and Cultural

Cancelation Geovane Paiva Santos, Tulane University

Sobre Outros Tipos de Beleza: Uma Pedagogia Mais Inclusiva

Através da Dança do Frevo Otavio Bastos, Mexe com Tudo;

Kathleen Spanos, University of Maryland, College Park

Cena independente e “Nova MPB” num Brasil em crise: a

canção do Metá Metá Sheyla Castro Diniz, University of São

Paulo

“This history you need to hear!”: Memory and Black

Perspectives of the musical history of Post-Abolition Rio de

Janeiro (1887-1970) Lurian Reis da Silva Lima,

Universidade Federal Fluminense (Brasil)

081. Des-intérpretes do Brasil 1

10:00 to 11:30 am

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Luca Bacchini, University of Rome, La Sapienza

Chair:

Mariana Maia Simoni, Freie Universität Berlin

Participants:

A violência sentida pela voz de Juçara Marçal em “Delta

Estácio Blues” Thais Nicodemo, Unicamp

Entre apropriação e des-interpretação: o caso da obra crítica de

Otto Maria Carpeaux Joanna Moszczynska, Universität

Regensburg

Uma “mulher estranha” e um “bicho pensativo”. Desinterpretações

entre Clarice Lispector e Chico Buarque Luca

Bacchini, University of Rome, La Sapienza

082. Urban governance in Brazil, within and beyond the state

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Matthew Richmond, London School of Economics

Chair:

Matthew Richmond, London School of Economics

Moderator:

Benjamin Bradlow, Harvard University

Participants:

When crisis reaches the street level: Factors that enable

frontline worker resilience GabrielaGabriela Lotta, FGV

Dealing with violence: Varied reactions from frontline workers

acting in highly vulnerable territories Fernanda Lima-SIlva,

FGV EAESP; Arilson Favareto, UFABC

State, crime and religion in a Belo Horizonte favela: Notes on

multiple governance arrangements and the production of

violence Ana Beraldo de Carvalho, Consejo Nacional de

Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas

Public problems, distributed governance and processes of

nucleation in the centre of São Paulo Matthew Richmond,

London School of Economics

083. O Sertão, Os Sertões e afins

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Sarah Sarzynski, Claremont McKenna College

Chair:

Sarah Sarzynski, Claremont McKenna College

Participants:

Ativismo social: o encontro de Antônio Conselheiro(factualficcional)

e Zeca Chapéu Grande (ficcional) com a

pedagogia transformativa de Chico Nascimento(factual).

Nilson DaSilva, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

“Quando olhei a terra ardendo”: a poética da seca na poesia

popular nordestina Maria Vitoria de Rezende Grisi, Ohio

State University

Transgressing Marginalities in Northeastern Brazil in 1960: A

Glimpse into the Life of Ireneu Barreto de Lima Sarah

Sarzynski, Claremont McKenna College

Enlightening Wildness in Late Colonial Brazil: Global Markets,

Indigenous Agency, and Forest Conservation in Southern

Bahia Gustavo Azenha, Columbia University

084. The Bienal de São Paulo as a Case-Study (Part 2)

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Camila Maroja, CSUF

Chair:

Daria Jaremtchuk, Universidade de São Paulo

Participants:

Primitive Presences in the IX Bienal de São Paulo Emerson

Dionisio Oliveira, Universidade de Brasília

São Paulo Biennials: Discussing the 1970s Crisis Renata Zago,

Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora

The 24th São Paulo Biennial Camila Maroja, CSUF

The Unique, Multiple, and Complex Configuration of the

Bienal de São Paulo GLAUCIA Villas BOAS, UFRJ

085. Race, Gender and Political Resistance

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Janailson Macêdo Luiz, Universidade Federal do Sul e Sudeste

do Pará/ Universidade de São Paulo

Chair:

Joao Batista Nascimento Gregoire, University of Virginia

Participants:

Os negros, a Guerrilha do Araguaia (1972-1974) e a memória

dos “anos de chumbo” no Brasil Janailson Macêdo Luiz,

Universidade Federal do Sul e Sudeste do Pará/

Universidade de São Paulo

The danger of a single story: Where were black women fighting

the Military Dictatorship? Danila de Jesus,

UFBA/NEIM/POSCULTURA

The Forgotten Voices of Democracy: Black Political Activism

under Brazil’s Military Rule. Joao Batista Nascimento

Gregoire, University of Virginia

086. Narrativas do Cone Sul: Brasil e Relações Fronteiriças

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Sarah Lucena, Georgetown University

Chair:

Sarah Lucena, Georgetown University

Participants:

Deslocamentos representacionais de identidades transexuais no

audiovisual latino-americano: o caso de “Mía”, “Naomi

Campbel” e “Manhãs de Setembro” Angela Mooney,

Tuskegee University

Textualidades indígenas relacionais em Eliana Potiguara

(Brasil) e Graciela Huinao (Chile) Cecilia Rodrigues,

University of Georgia

Crises de transculturação em “Seul, São Paulo” de Gabriel

Mamani Natalia Chavez, Georgetown University

Ficções do Cone Sul: Negociando identidades fronteiriças em

“O quarto branco”, de Gabriela Aguerre Sarah Lucena,

Georgetown University

087. Technological scenarios and projects in Education for

Tomorrow: technology, innovation, and teaching-learning – II

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Glaucio Aranha, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Chair:

Glaucio Aranha, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Moderator:

Alfred Sholl-Franco, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Participants:

Academic-business partnerships in educational technologies:

future trends and scenarios José Maria Pugas-Filho,

Organização Ciencias e Cognição

Media in the transformation of science and medicine Edward

Ziff, New York University

Ensino-aprendizagem na era da tecnologia e o audiovisual como

ferramenta de disseminação de saberes Hugo Rodrigues

Marins, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Experiências de parceria entre universidade e escola básica: o

jogo Alfa-Braille como recurso de tecnologia social e

assistiva de desenho universal para a alfabetização inclusiva

Giselle Mendes dos Santos, Organização Ciencias e

Cognição

088. Territories, Exclusions and Resistance: An Interdisciplinary

Debate

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Barbara Cortizo de Aguiar, The University of Texas at Austin

Chair:

Barbara Cortizo de Aguiar, The University of Texas at Austin

Participants:

Afro-Brazilian Culture and Music Higher Education in Brazil:

Reflections from a Reality of Coloniality, Epistemicides and

Exclusions Luis Ricardo Silva Queiroz, Federal University

of Paraiba

Used Territory and Brazilian Socio-spatial Formation: Milton

Santos as an Interpreter of Brazil Thiago Machado, Assistant

Professor, Department of Geography (DGC). Universidade

Federal do Rio Grande do Norte

Historicism and the Role of Architecture in shaping Brazilian

National Heritage, 1838-1938 Barbara Cortizo de Aguiar,

The University of Texas at Austin

089. Tramando Sensibilidades Têxteis: Brasil-África

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Dandara Maia Schellenberg, University of Bayreuth

Chair:

Michelle “Mi” Medrado, Universidade Federal da Bahia –

UFBA

Participants:

Diaspora impacts on the use of African Prints in Nigerian

Fashion Dandara Maia Schellenberg, University of Bayreuth

“Antes de Ontem”: Ancestralidade Cultural e Comercial entre

Brasil e Angola Michelle “Mi” Medrado, Universidade

Federal da Bahia – UFBA

Moda Afro-Brasileira e Afros-Empreendedores Maria do

Carmo Paulino dos Santos, PUC-SP / FAU-USP

Tecidos africanos e africanizados vestindo os candomblés Aymê

Okasaki, USP

090. Des-intérpretes do Brasil (2)

11:45 to 1:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 109

Session Organizer:

Mariana Maia Simoni, Freie Universität Berlin

Chair:

Luca Bacchini, University of Rome, La Sapienza

Participants:

Aids no Brasil: A luta do Herbert Daniel contar a pandemia

Philipp Seidel, Freie Universität Berlin

Reconsiderando Os Condenados Jobst Welge, Universität

Leipzig

Trans* Authorship in Brazil: Challenging or Stimulating the

Established Canon? Janek Scholz, Universität zu Köln

Eliane Potiguara e a escrita de outras histórias do Brasil

Mariana Maia Simoni, Freie Universität Berlin

091. Meio ambiente, energia, e políticas públicas

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Marcos Reigota, Universidade de Sorocaba/CNPq

Chair:

Jennifer Eaglin, Ohio State University

Participants:

An analysis between digitally designed houses based on prefabrication

concepts Bárbara Lais Felipe de Oliveira, Phd

Student; Carlos Nome, profesor

Greening Proálcool: Ethanol, Cars, and Brazilian Politics in the

1990s Jennifer Eaglin, Ohio State University

Paulo Freire e a educação ambiental no Brasil. Marcos Reigota,

Universidade de Sorocaba/CNPq

Social Reparations or Environmental Repair? Legal Obstacles

to Environmental Justice in Brazil Chris Lesser, UC

Berkeley

092. Novas abordagens nos estudos sobre José de Alencar

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Regina Felix, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Chair:

Regina Felix, University of North Carolina Wilmington

Moderator:

Dario Borim, UMass Dartmouth

Participants:

A revitalização de obra literária: José de Alencar e seus

manuscritos Marcelo Peloggio, Universidade Federal do

Ceará (UFC)

Memória e representação: percorrendo alguns fios nas tramas de

Alencar. Danielle Ramos, Universidade Federal do Rio de

Janeiro

José de Alencar e a questão do Habeas Corpus Washington

Dener Dos Santos Cunha, Universidade do Estado do Rio de

Janeiro

José de Alencar, escritor de crônicas Marcus Vinicius Soares,

Professor/UERJ

093. Politics, Corporatism and Society in the Vargas Era.

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Bruno Biasetto, York University

Chair:

Bruno Biasetto, York University

Participants:

Negotiating Rights: Sugar Factory Workers and Cane Cutters

during and after the Vargas Regimes Gillian McGillivray,

York University (Glendon College)

Francisco Campos, uma leitura a partir de sua biblioteca pessoal

Luis rosenfield, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio

Grande do Sul (PUCRS)

Corporatism and Catholicism in Brazil and in the United States

(1930-1945): a dialogue between Oliveira Viana and John A.

Ryan Luciano Abreu, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do

Rio Grande do Sul; Nathalia Henrich, The Catholic

University of America

Writing a Global History of the Vargas Era Melissa Teixeira,

University of Pennsylvania

094. Racial Violence and Memory

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Marguerite Itamar Harrison, Smith College

Chair:

Marguerite Itamar Harrison, Smith College

Participants:

Luiz Gama Rewrites Luís de Camões Isabela Fraga, University

of Chicago

Private property and violence: Um Defeito de Cor and A Queda

do Céu pedro gabriel soares daher, uc irvine

“They are never sweet memories”—Contemporary Artists

Critique Colonial Brazil’s Sugar-Based Economy

Marguerite Itamar Harrison, Smith College

Do vulto anônimo à praça pública: vislumbre do sujeito político

em Sete Anos em maio (Affonso Uchoa, 2019) Mateus

Araujo Silva, Escola de Comunicações e Artes da

Universidade de São Paulo

095. Technological scenarios and projects in Education for

Tomorrow: technology, innovation, and teaching-learning – III

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Glaucio Aranha, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Chair:

Alfred Sholl-Franco, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Moderator:

Glaucio Aranha, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

Participants:

Tecnologias disruptivas na educação em/na saúde: um desafio

brasileiro Glaucio Aranha, Universidade Federal do Rio de

Janeiro

O uso do Digital Storytelling para a aprendizagem da cultura

corporal de movimento através do Yoga Nicole Bonavita,

Organização Ciências e Cognição

Systematic Mapping of Negative Effects of Gamification in

Education/Learning Systems Cláuvin Almeida, PUC-RIO;

Bruno Feijó, Pontifícia Universidade Católica – Rio de

Janeiro; Marcos Kalinowski, Pontifícia Universidade

Católica – Rio de Janeiro

Metodologias imersivas, gamificação e a experiência de

aprendizagem mediada no ensino básico: o RPG como

recurso didático Leonardo Avelar, Universidade Federal do

Rio de Janeiro

096. Assessing Brazilian Cultural Production: Theatre and

Literature

2:00 to 3:30 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Cesar Lopes Gemelli, Ohio State University

Chair:

Ester Suassuna Simoes, Independent Scholar / Researcher

Moderator:

Maria Chiaretti, Universidade de São Paulo

Participants:

A peste da linguagem e outras pestes no Brasil do século XXI

Vera Lucia de Figueiredo, PUC-Rio

Globalização e literatura brasileira contemporânea em romances

de Chico Buarque e Bernardo Carvalho Pedro Cuevas-

Collante, University of California, Los Angeles

The expansion of theater in Out 1: noli me tangere (Rivette,

1970) and Jouez encore, payez encore (Tonacci, 1975)

Maria Chiaretti, Universidade de São Paulo

Investigating Dom Pantero, Ariano Suassuna’s tetraphonic

clown Ester Suassuna Simoes, Independent Scholar /

Researcher

2 Medeas in Brazil Cesar Lopes Gemelli, Ohio State University

097. Políticas públicas e desenvolvimento brasileiro: processos e

narrativas

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 101

Session Organizer:

Marcos Davi Silva Steuernagel, University of Colorado

Boulder

Chair:

Antonio Gomes Moreira Maués, Federal University of Para

Participants:

Constitutional Entrenchment and Social Policy in Brazil

Antonio Gomes Moreira Maués, Federal University of Para

“Petrobras Presents”—Extractive Capital and Progressive

Performance in the Brazilian Pink Tide Marcos Davi Silva

Steuernagel, University of Colorado Boulder

Theoretical analysis and empirical evidence of countercyclical

economic policies implemented during the subprime and

COVID-19 crises: The Brazilian case Fernando Ferrari

Filho, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul

098. Simbolismo, modernismo e a imprensa

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 102

Session Organizer:

Vivaldo Santos, Georgetown University

Chair:

Vivaldo Santos, Georgetown University

Participants:

A crítica pró-simbolismo em periódicos cariocas (1899-1901)

Alvaro Santos Simões Junior, Universidade Estadual

Paulista

“A indústria do café na República dos Estados Unidos da

Bruzundanga” Vivaldo Santos, Georgetown University

Carlos Lacerda e a crítica literária no modernismo Rodrigo

Jorge Ribeiro Neves, UFRJ

The hundred years of “Semana de Arte Moderna” in the pages

of brazilian press Evandro Jose dos Santos Neto, USP

Editoras brasileiras dos anos 1920 Milena Martins,

Universidade Federal do Paraná (UFPR)

099. New Perspectives on Brazilian Social Thought

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 103

Session Organizer:

Bruno Hayashi, Universidade de São Paulo

Chair:

Francisco Quinteiro Pires, New York University

Moderator:

Rafael Cesar, University of California, Berkeley

Participants:

Tactile Colonialism: African bodies and the sensorial

appropriation in Gilberto Freyre’s work Francisco Quinteiro

Pires, New York University

Gilberto Freyre’s racial discourses and the emergence of a

‘Creole’ Identity in Cape Verde Rafael Cesar, University of

California, Berkeley

Japanese immigration on the boundaries of Brazilian Social

Thought: the eugenics of Pacheco e Silva and the sociology

of Gilberto Freyre Bruno Hayashi, Universidade de São

Paulo

The Racial Paradigm in Raízes do Brasil: Sérgio Buarque de

Holanda’s view of the Portuguese Colonizer as Defining

Brazil’s Identity and Society Maria Cristina de Souza,

Columbia University

Tropic and frontier in the work of Sérgio Buarque de Holanda

Luiz Feldman, MRE

100. Interrogating Whiteness: Race, Class, and Gender in Brazil

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 104

Session Organizer:

Mauro Porto, Tulane University

Chair:

Mauro Porto, Tulane University

Participants:

On the Mark: Middle Easterners and Whiteness in Oracy

Nogueira’s Brazil John Karam, University of Illinois

Saudade for a Racial Democracy, Grammars of Brazilian

Whiteness John Mundell, University of California, Berkeley

The Affective Life of Empires: A Moral Economy of Privilege,

Whiteness, and Parenting in Latin American Elite

Neighborhoods Ana Ramos-Zayas, Yale

Affirmative Action, Whiteness, and Middle-Class Backlash in

the Magazine Veja Mauro Porto, Tulane University

101. State Actors, Democracy, and Development

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 105

Session Organizer:

Ian Carrillo, University of Oklahoma

Chair:

Ian Carrillo, University of Oklahoma

Participants:

Authoritarian policy dismantling in Brazil: When bureaucrats

are pushed to exit Michelle Morais de Sa e Silva, The

University of Oklahoma

The elite villainization of Brazil’s Labor Ministry: examining

the view from labor bureaucrats Ian Carrillo, University of

Oklahoma

Lava Jato, Social Media Interactions, and the Co-Production of

Law’s Detraction in Brazil (2017–2019) Fabio de Sa e Silva,

University of Oklahoma

Bureaucrats’ responses to radical political shifts: trajectories

and role reconstruction by federal public servants in post-

2016 Brazil Roberto Pires, IPEA (Instituto de Pesquisa

Econômica Aplicada); GabrielaGabriela Lotta, FGV

Bureaucratic Agencies as Gendered Institutions: From Rousseff

to Bolsonaro Pedro dos Santos, College of Saint Benedict;

Karine Belarmino Lourenco da Silva, University of

Minnesota; Sergio Praca, CPDOC School of Social

Sciences, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

102. Língua(s) e educação através de contextos

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 106

Session Organizer:

Mark Lokensgard, St. Mary’s University of San Antonio

Chair:

Flavia Azeredo-Cerqueira, Johns Hopkins University

Participants:

Creating and enagaging communities of Portuguese speakers in

the U.S. Daniela Meireles, College of Charleston

Fazendo conexões: Teaching Brazilian Immigrant Literature at

a U.S. “Hispanic-Serving Institution” David Blackmore, New

Jersey City University

Hitting the Target Language 90% of the Time in Your

Beginners Classes and Being Understood Mark Lokensgard,

St. Mary’s University of San Antonio

Sociolinguistic variation and spelling in Karitiana Maria del

Mar Bassa Vanrell, Wellesley College; Karin Vivanco,

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul

The intersection of Literature, Language Teaching and

Telecollaboration Flavia Azeredo-Cerqueira, Johns Hopkins

University; Michael J Ferreira, Georgetown University

103. Performance, Place, and Memory

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 107

Session Organizer:

Brian J Godfrey, Vassar College

Chair:

Brian J Godfrey, Vassar College

Participants:

The “Right to Roots” –– Contested Place Memories of Rio de

Janeiro Brian J Godfrey, Vassar College

Living as a Capoeirista: Social Inclusion in the Periphery of São

Paulo, Brazil Jaclyn Donelle McWhorter, Oglethorpe

University

Quem vem lá? Sou eu!: Exploring Capoeira’s cultural and civic

implications through Black Women practitioners Azmera

Hammouri-Davis, Harvard University

Brazilians celebrating Icelandic ancestry in contemporary times

Eyrún Eyflórsdóttir, Assistant Professor

104. Untimely Glances at Brazil

3:45 to 5:15 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Room 108

Session Organizer:

Rodrigo Lopes de Barros, Boston University

Chair:

Beatriz Vieira, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

(UERJ)

Participants:

Contemporary Voices in Brazilian Literature: Considering Slam

Poetry Maria Salgueiro, UERJ – State University of Rio de

Janeiro

An Untimely Look at Brazil through the Lenses of Language

Simone de Lemos, Cornell University

The Involvement of Young Female LGBT Students in Brazilian

Universities: Popular Extension and Aesthetic-Political

Guerrilla from Marginalized Experiences Evandro Piza

Duarte, UNB

Calcined Heart: Poetic Experience and Political Violence in Rio

de Janeiro during the Military Dictatorship (1964-1985)

Beatriz Vieira, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

(UERJ)

The Revolution Will be Posted On-line: Punk Music, the Free

Fare Movement, and the Early Commercial Internet in Brazil

Rodrigo Lopes de Barros, Boston University

105. Sessão Plenária II: “Democracia e Eleições: Perspectivas”

5:30 to 7:00 pm

BRASA 2022: Virtual Forum

Session Organizer:

Sidney Chalhoub, Harvard University

Presenters:

Debora Diniz, Brown University

Fabio de Sa e Silva, University of Oklahoma

José Murilo de Carvalho, UFRJ

Moderator:

Bryan McCann, Georgetown University

PARTICIPANT INDEX

Abreu, Luciano, 093

Acácio, Igor, 071

Aguiar Malosetti, Gonzalo, 037

Alfonso, Felipe, 050

Almeida, Cláuvin, 095

Alves de Oliveira, Valdirene, 031

Alves Pimenta, Gabriel, 071

Amado, Renato, 049

Amancio, Thomaz, 021

Andrade, Patricia, 027

Andrade, Rebeca Cássia, 031

Andreson, Jamie, 033

Antunes, Vitor, 024

Anzini, Patricia, 032

Aranha, Glaucio, 078, 087, 095

Araújo, Ernane, 016

Araujo Silva, Mateus, 094

Argueta, Arno, 055

Ariza, Marilia, 008, 068

Assumpção, Ana Carolina, 066

Atencio, Rebecca, 064

Avelar, Idelber, 063

Avelar, Leonardo, 095

Azenha, Gustavo, 083

Azeredo-Cerqueira, Flavia, 102

Bacchini, Luca, 081, 090

Bahury, Michelle, 016

Ball, Molly, 038

Baquero-Pecino, Alvaro, 011

Barra Costa, Isis, 007, 035

Barreto, Paula, 043

Barrientos-Gómez, Andy, 051

Bassa Vanrell, Maria del Mar, 102

Bastos, Otavio, 080

Bastos dos Santos, João Guilherme, 063

Bastos Martins, Anderson, 002

Beal, Sophia, 051

Bedran, Marina, 028, 048

Beek, David, 030

Belarmino Lourenco da Silva, Karine, 101

Beraldo de Carvalho, Ana, 082

Bercito, Diogo, 047

Bernardes Faria Campos, Alessandra, 065

Bernardino-Costa, Joaze, 052

Bertin, Enidelce, 068

Bezerra, Katia, 030

Bezerra, Ligia, 030

Biasetto, Bruno, 093

Biehl, Joao, 026

Bivona, Kristal, 046

Blackmore, David, 102

Blau Edelstein, Dylan, 024

Blin, elisabeth, 080

Bonavita, Nicole, 095

Borim, Dario, 032, 092

Boti Bernardi, Bruno, 053

Bourdin, Lara, 012

Bradlow, Benjamin, 082

Brasileiro, Cristiane, 002

Brito, Dyane, 043

Brock, Ashley, 057

Broner, Martina, 055

Brune, Krista, 012

Brylowski, Laura Rose, 066

Burlamaqui, Patricia, 034

Camara, Lucas, 069

Camelo, Pedro, 020

Campços, Marden, 031

Campos, Luiz Augusto, 072

Canelas, Letícia, 068

Cánepa, Laura, 003

Cantarelli Vita, Juliana, 010

Caputo, Irma, 019

Cardoso, Leo, 010

Carneiro de Carvalho, Vânia, 044

Carrillo, Ian, 101

Carula, Karoline, 008, 068

Carvalho, Aliny dos Santos, 078

carvalho, Ana Paula, 016

Carvalho, Icaro, 027

Castaneda, Vanessa, 015

Castellanos Gonella, Carolina, 042

Castro, Celso, 071

Castro Diniz, Sheyla, 080

Cesar, Rafael, 099

Chalhoub, Sidney, 035, 074, 105

Chavez, Natalia, 086

Chiaretti, Maria, 096

Cintra, Ellen, 061

Coleta, Joao Pedro, 027

CONCEICAO, FERNANDO, 077

Conde, Maite, 064

CORREA, LARISSA ROSA, 025

Cortizo de Aguiar, Barbara, 088

Costa, Mark, 056

Cowling, Camillia, 041

Cuevas-Collante, Pedro, 096

Cunha, Eneida, 058, 067

Custódio, Sérgio José, 070

DAMASCENO CORREA DE SA, ANDRE

SEBASTIAO, 073

DaSilva, Nilson, 083

da Silveira de Oliveira, Augusta, 046

Davidson, Jamie, 033

de Araujo Pastor Junior, Américo, 078

DE CASTRO MELLONI, ANDREA, 056

de Césaro, Filipe, 056

de Figueiredo, Vera Lucia, 040, 096

de Fina Gonzalez, Débora, 022

de Jesus, Danila, 070, 085

de la Torre, Oscar, 041

de Lemos, Simone, 104

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de Paiva Rio Camargo, Alexandre, 006

de Rezende Grisi, Maria Vitoria, 083

de Sa e Silva, Fabio, 101, 105

de Souza, Maria Cristina, 099

de Souza, Sheila Perina, 061

Devine Guzmán, Tracy, 073

Dias Lucena Adams, Marina, 005

Dias Paes, Mariana Armond, 008

Diego, Marcelo, 074

Diniz, Debora, 105

DINIZ, JULIO, 067

Diwan, Pietra, 017

Do Nascimento Cesar, Rafael, 023

dos Santos, Pedro, 101

dos Santos Cardoso, Enio Augusto, 060

Dos Santos Cunha, Washington Dener, 092

Dos Santos Sao Bernardo, Ana Claudia, 004

Draper III, Jack, 011

Duarte de Andrade, Pedro, 040

Dunn, Christopher, 035

durao, susana, 045

Eaglin, Jennifer, 091

Ennis, Kevin, 039

Enriquez, Falina, 045

Ernst, Aracy, 014

Esbach, Michael, 048

Esteves, João Vitor Gallo, 078

Eyflórsdóttir, Eyrún, 103

Fagundes, Guilherme, 048

Falk, Pedro, 013

Favareto, Arilson, 082

Feijó, Bruno, 095

Feldman, Luiz, 099

Felinto, Erick, 003

Felipe de Oliveira, Bárbara Lais, 091

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Fernandes, Joyce, 050

Fernandes, Padua, 053

Ferrari Filho, Fernando, 097

Ferraz de Lima, Solange, 044

Ferreira, Michael J, 102

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Fila, Marisol, 059

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Gallo, Carlos Artur, 053

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Gill da Cruz, Lua, 062

Godfrey, Brian J, 103

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Gomes Cornélio, Beatriz, 031, 054, 070

Gomes Moreira Maués, Antonio, 097

Gonçalves da SIlva, Robson, 061

Gordon, C Darius, 017

Goulart Ribeiro, Ana Paula, 020

Green, James, 005

Guimaraes, Ana, 069

Gurr, Melinda, 005

Hammouri-Davis, Azmera, 103

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Hassan, Wail, 047

Hayashi, Bruno, 099

Hayes, Kelly, 015

Heller, Barbara, 020

Henrich, Nathalia, 093

Henson, Bryce, 009

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Hirata, Daniel, 006

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Isidio Cardoso, Antonio Alexandre, 008

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Johnson, Samuel, 064

Jones, Jordan, 050

Jose dos Santos Neto, Evandro, 098

J Sanchís Ferrer, Marta, 039

Junge, Benjamin, 045

Kalinowski, Marcos, 095

Karam, John, 047, 100

Kenkel, Kai Michael, 077

King, Edward, 007

Klein, Misha, 036

Klüger, Elisa, 006

Konkiewitz, Elisabete Castelon, 078

Koonings, Kees, 071

Kopper, Moises, 006, 045

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Kunigami, Andre Keiji, 023

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Labres, Ivete, 079

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Leister, Valnora, 077

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Lima, Thayse, 004, 012

Lima-SIlva, Fernanda, 082

Lino, Patricia, 028

Lippman, Alexandra, 010

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Lopes da Costa, Andrea, 052

Lopes de Almeida, Pedro, 049

Lopes de Barros, Rodrigo, 104

Lopes Gemelli, Cesar, 096

Lorenz, Johnny, 073

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Lucena, Sarah, 086

Luiz, Janailson Macêdo, 085

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Machado, Thiago, 088

Magalhães Rosa, Marcos Pedro, 023

Maia, Andressa, 039

Maia, Rousiley, 020

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Maia Simoni, Mariana, 081, 090

Mandelbaum, Henoch Gabriel, 060

Marega Pinhel, André, 061

Mariani, Bethania, 014

Marins, Hugo Rodrigues, 087

Marins, Paulo, 044

Maroja, Camila, 075, 084

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Martins, Milena, 098

Martins Marcos, Patricia, 018

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Meira Monteiro, Pedro, 028

Meireles, Daniela, 102

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Mello, Luciana Garcia de, 052

Menegat, Juliano, 021

Mitchell, Jasmine, 009

Mitchell, Maisha, 037

Mitchell-Walthour, Gladys, 009, 035, 072

Mittelman, David, 067

Molina, Thiago, 070

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Paulino dos Santos, Maria do Carmo, 089

Peloggio, Marcelo, 092

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Pérez Meléndez, José Juan, 038

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Conference Presenters

Abreu, Luciano, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul, luciano.abreu@pucrs.br

Acácio, Igor, University of California, Riverside, ipalh001@ucr.edu

Aguiar Malosetti, Gonzalo, Florida Atlantic University, gaguiarmalosetti@fau.edu

Alfonso, Felipe, Harvard University, felipe_alfonso@g.harvard.edu

Almeida, Cláuvin, PUC-RIO, almeidaclauvin@gmail.com

Alves de Oliveira, Valdirene, Universidade Estadual de Goiás, valdirene.oliveira@ueg.br

Alves Pimenta, Gabriel, University of California Riverside, gpime002@ucr.edu

Amado, Renato, Brown University, renato_barreto@brown.edu

Amancio, Thomaz, University of Chicago, tamancio@uchicago.edu

Andrade, Patricia, Brigham Young University, patricia_andrade@byu.edu

Andrade, Rebeca Cássia, UFMG, andrade.rebecacassia@gmail.com

Andreson, Jamie, Pennsylvania State University, jfa5461@psu.edu

Antunes, Vitor, Independent scholar, vitorvonantunes@gmail.com

Anzini, Patricia, Catholic University of Portugal, anzinip@gmail.com

Aranha, Glaucio, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, glaucioaranha@gmail.com

Araújo, Ernane, Instituto Federal do Maranhão, ernane.pacheco@ifma.edu.br

Araujo Silva, Mateus, Escola de Comunicações e Artes da Universidade de São Paulo, mateusaraujoctr@usp.br

Argueta, Arno, Cal State Bakersfield, arnojargueta@gmail.com

Ariza, Marilia, Postdoctoral researcher – USP (Dep. Anthropology), mbaariza@gmail.com

Assumpção, Ana Carolina, The University of Texas at Austin, ana.assumpcao@utexas.edu

Atencio, Rebecca, Tulane University, rjatencio1@gmail.com

Avelar, Idelber, Tulane University, idelberavelar@gmail.com

Avelar, Leonardo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, leovelam@gmail.com

Azenha, Gustavo, Columbia University, ga2161@columbia.edu

Azeredo-Cerqueira, Flavia, Johns Hopkins University, azeredoflavia@gmail.com

Bacchini, Luca, University of Rome, La Sapienza, l.bacchini@gmail.com

Bahury, Michelle, Federal Institute of education, Science and Technology (IFMA), michelle.bahury@ifma.edu.br

Ball, Molly, University of Rochester, mollycball@rochester.edu

Baquero-Pecino, Alvaro, CUNY-College of Staten Island, Alvaro.BaqueroPecino@csi.cuny.edu

Barra Costa, Isis, Ohio State University, queridaisis@gmail.com

Barreto, Paula, UFBA, paulacbarr@uol.com.br

Barrientos-Gómez, Andy, Cornell University, alb445@cornell.edu

Bassa Vanrell, Maria del Mar, Wellesley College, mbassava@wellesley.edu

Bastos, Otavio, Mexe com Tudo, info@mexecomtudo.com

Bastos dos Santos, João Guilherme, Brazilian National Institute of Science and Technology, santos.jgb@gmail.com

Bastos Martins, Anderson, Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora, andersonbastos.martins@ufjf.edu.br

Beal, Sophia, University of Minnesota, sophiabeal@gmail.com

Bedran, Marina, Johns Hopkins University, mbedran@jhu.edu

Beek, David, University of South Carolina, dbeek@email.sc.edu

Belarmino Lourenco da Silva, Karine, University of Minnesota, karine.belarmino@gmail.com

Beraldo de Carvalho, Ana, Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas, anaberaldopsi@gmail.com

Bercito, Diogo, Georgetown University, drb113@georgetown.edu

Bernardes Faria Campos, Alessandra, Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, ale.bernardescampos@gmail.com

Bernardino-Costa, Joaze, UNB, joazebernardino@gmail.com

Bertin, Enidelce, USP, enidelce@terra.com.br

Bezerra, Katia, The University of Arizona, kbezerra@email.arizona.edu

Bezerra, Ligia, Arizona State University, ligia.bezerra@asu.edu

Biasetto, Bruno, York University, bhb27@georgetown.edu

Biehl, Joao, Princeton University, jbiehl@princeton.edu

Bivona, Kristal, San Diego State University, kbivona@sdsu.edu

Blackmore, David, New Jersey City University, dblackmore@njcu.edu

Blau Edelstein, Dylan, Princeton University, dylane@princeton.edu

Blin, elisabeth, University of Arizona, eblin@email.arizona.edu

Bonavita, Nicole, Organização Ciências e Cognição, nicole.bonavita1@gmail.com

Borim, Dario, UMass Dartmouth, jr591809@yahoo.com

Boti Bernardi, Bruno, Federal University of Grande Dourados (UFGD, Brazil), brunoboti@gmail.com

Bourdin, Lara, McGill University and Sorbonne-Université, lara.bourdin@mail.mcgill.ca

Bradlow, Benjamin, Harvard University, bhbradlow@fas.harvard.edu

Brasileiro, Cristiane, corpo docente, cristianebrasileiro.di@gmail.com

Brito, Dyane, UFRB, dyanebritoreis@gmail.com

Brock, Ashley, University of Pennsylvania, ashbrock@sas.upenn.edu

Broner, Martina, Dartmouth College, Martina.Broner@Dartmouth.edu

Brune, Krista, Pennsylvania State University, kbrune@psu.edu

Brylowski, Laura Rose, The University of Texas at Austin, laurarose.brylowski@utexas.edu

Burlamaqui, Patricia, Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense Darcy Ribeiro, pburlamaqui@gmail.com

Camara, Lucas, Universidade de São Paulo, lucas.camara@usp.br

Camelo, Pedro, Federal University of Minas Gerais, pedrobcamelo@gmail.com

Campços, Marden, UFMG, mardencampos@gmail.com

Campos, Luiz Augusto, UERJ, lascampos@iesp.uejr.br

Canelas, Letícia, Universidade de São Paulo (USP), leticia.canelas@gmail.com

Cánepa, Laura, Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, laurapoa@hotmail.com

Cantarelli Vita, Juliana, University of Hartford, jucantarelli.mus@gmail.com

Caputo, Irma, Puc -Rio, irma.caputo@gmail.com

Cardoso, Leo, Texas A&M University, cardoso@tamu.edu

Carneiro de Carvalho, Vânia, Museu Paulista da Universidade de São Paulo, vcarvalh@usp.br

Carrillo, Ian, University of Oklahoma, icarrillo@ou.edu

Carula, Karoline, Universidade Federal Fluminense, karolinecarula@id.uff.br

Carvalho, Aliny dos Santos, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, alinydscarvalho@gmail.com

carvalho, Ana Paula, University of Pittsburgh, apcst11@pitt.edu

Carvalho, Icaro, UCLA, icaro@ucla.edu

Castaneda, Vanessa, Dartmouth College, dr.vanessa.castaneda@gmail.com

Castellanos Gonella, Carolina, Dickinson College, castellc@dickinson.edu

Castro, Celso, FGV CPDOC, celso.castro@fgv.br

Castro Diniz, Sheyla, University of São Paulo, sheyladiniz85@gmail.com

Cesar, Rafael, University of California, Berkeley, rafaelcesar@berkeley.edu

Chalhoub, Sidney, Harvard University, chalhoub@fas.harvard.edu

Chavez, Natalia, Georgetown University, nc722@georgetown.edu

Chiaretti, Maria, Universidade de São Paulo, mariachiaretti@gmail.com

Cintra, Ellen, University of Brasilia (UnB), ellencintra.teacher@gmail.com

Coleta, Joao Pedro, Brown University, joao_pedro_da_silva@brown.edu

CONCEICAO, FERNANDO, UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DA BAHIA, fernconc@ufba.br

Conde, Maite, University of Cambridge, mc534@cam.ac.uk

CORREA, LARISSA ROSA, PUC-Rio, larissa_correa@puc-rio.br

Cortizo de Aguiar, Barbara, The University of Texas at Austin, barbara.aguiar@utexas.edu

Costa, Mark, Yale School of Medicine, mark.costa@yale.edu

Cowling, Camillia, University of Warwick, camilliainmadrid@hotmail.com

Cuevas-Collante, Pedro, University of California, Los Angeles, pcuevascollante@g.ucla.edu

Cunha, Eneida, UFRJ, eneida.l.cunha@gmail.com

Custódio, Sérgio José, USP – Universidade de São Paulo, sergiojosecustodio@usp.br

DAMASCENO CORREA DE SA, ANDRE SEBASTIAO, University of California Santa Barbara,

acorreadesa@ucsb.edu

DaSilva, Nilson, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, ndasilva7@umassd.edu

da Silveira de Oliveira, Augusta, Brown University, augusta_de_oliveira@brown.edu

Davidson, Jamie, University of California, Davis, jamdavidson@ucdavis.edu

de Araujo Pastor Junior, Américo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, americoapj@gmail.com

DE CASTRO MELLONI, ANDREA, Princeton University, AMELLONI@PRINCETON.EDU

de Césaro, Filipe, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, fsdecesaro@gmail.com

de Figueiredo, Vera Lucia, PUC-Rio, VERAFOLLAIN@GMAIL.COM

de Fina Gonzalez, Débora, Universidad de Chile, deboradefina@facso.cl

de Jesus, Danila, UFBA/NEIM/POSCULTURA, danjesud@gmail.com

de la Torre, Oscar, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, odelator@uncc.edu

de Lemos, Simone, Cornell University, shd57@cornell.edu

De Micheli, David, University of Utah, david.demicheli@utah.edu

de Paiva Rio Camargo, Alexandre, Research University Institute of Rio de Janeiro (IUPERJ) / Candido Mendes

University (UCAM), alexandre.camargo.2009@gmail.com

de Rezende Grisi, Maria Vitoria, Ohio State University, derezendegrisi.1@osu.edu

de Sa e Silva, Fabio, University of Oklahoma, fabio.desaesilva@ou.edu

de Souza, Maria Cristina, Columbia University, falecristina@gmail.com

de Souza, Sheila Perina, University of São Paulo, sheilaperina@hotmail.com

Devine Guzmán, Tracy, University of Miami, tdguzman@miami.edu

Dias Lucena Adams, Marina, Brown University, marina_dias_lucena_adams@brown.edu

Dias Paes, Mariana Armond, Max Planck Institute for Legal History and Legal Theory, diaspaes@lhlt.mpg.de

Diego, Marcelo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, marcelorld@gmail.com

Diniz, Debora, Brown University, d.diniz.debora@gmail.com

DINIZ, JULIO, CORPO DOCENTE, jdiniz@puc-rio.br

Diwan, Pietra, The Arts Institute, pietrasd@gmail.com

Do Nascimento Cesar, Rafael, Campinas State University, rafaelnascimentocesar1@gmail.com

dos Santos, Pedro, College of Saint Benedict, pdossanto001@csbsju.edu

dos Santos Cardoso, Enio Augusto, Independent Researcher at Center for Latin American Studies-UFRGS,

eniocardoso@live.com

Dos Santos Cunha, Washington Dener, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, wdener@uol.com.br

Dos Santos Sao Bernardo, Ana Claudia, Providence College, saobe001@umn.edu

Draper III, Jack, University of Missouri, jackadraper3@gmail.com

Duarte de Andrade, Pedro, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, p.d.andrade@gmail.com

Dunn, Christopher, Tulane University, cjdunn@tulane.edu

durao, susana, non-member, sdurao@unicamp.br

Eaglin, Jennifer, Ohio State University, eaglin.5@osu.edu

Ennis, Kevin, Brown University, kevin_ennis@brown.edu

Enriquez, Falina, University of Wisconsin-Madison, fenriquez2@wisc.edu

Ernst, Aracy, Universidade Federal de Pelotas e FURG, aracyep@gmail.com

Esbach, Michael, Princeton University, Mesbach@princeton.edu

Esteves, João Vitor Gallo, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, jvitorgallo@gmail.com

Eyflórsdóttir, Eyrún, Assistant Professor, eyruney@unak.is

Fagundes, Guilherme, Postdoctoral Research Associate Princeton University, gm0258@princeton.edu

Falk, Pedro, University of Calgary, pedrofalk@gmail.com

Favareto, Arilson, UFABC, arilson@uol.com.br

Feijó, Bruno, Pontifícia Universidade Católica – Rio de Janeiro, assessoria@cienciasecognicao.org

Feldman, Luiz, MRE, 71unga2016@gmail.com

Felinto, Erick, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, erickfelinto@gmail.com

Felipe de Oliveira, Bárbara Lais, Phd Student, barbaralfelipe@gmail.com

Felix, Regina, University of North Carolina Wilmington, felixr@uncw.edu

Fernandes, Joyce, Brown University, joyce_fernandes@brown.edu

Fernandes, Padua, Independent Scholar/Researcher, paduafernandes@gmail.com

Ferrari Filho, Fernando, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, ferrari@ufrgs.br

Ferraz de Lima, Solange, Museu Paulista da Universidade de São Paulo, sflima@usp.br

Ferreira, Michael J, Georgetown University, mjf62@georgetown.edu

Ferreira Filho, Ricardo, University of Ottawa, resil104@uottawa.ca

Fila, Marisol, University of Michigan, mafila@umich.edu

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