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The Oxbridge Conference on Brazilian Studies
26 de outubro de 2021 @ 13:00 - 16:00
Tuesday, 26 October, 5-8PM (UK), 1-4PM (BR)
Panel: Politics and Policies – 5-6:30PM (UK), 1-2:30PM (BR)
Moderator: Andreza Aruska de Souza Santos
Elaine Nascimento (UFPI/Fiocruz) – Onde você está que não me vê? A negligência do Estado necropolítico em relação as mulheres negras e indígenas na pandemia da Covid-19
James Green (Brown)
Guilherme Canela Godoi (Unesco/USP/UNB) – Freedom of Expression and Safety of Journalists – media coverage on the pandemic
Lorena G. Barberia (USP) – Embracing Causal Heterogeneity in the Study of Pandemic Policy and Citizen Behavior
The Oxbridge Conference on Brazilian Studies is a multi-disciplinary event that brings together scholars from natural sciences, social sciences, humanities and arts to discuss topics concerning Brazil. It is organised by both Cambridge University and Oxford University Brazilian Societies and counts with an increasing number of researchers from the UK and beyond. This year the event will discuss the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic in five thematic panels: (i) Health & Science, (ii) Society and Economy, (iii) Politics, (iv) Environment, and (v) Education (preliminary poster attached).
The IX Oxbridge Conference on Brazilian Studies, to take place online on October 19th, 21st, 26th, 28th and 29th, 2021.
Tuesday, 19 October – Panel: Health and Science
Thursday, 21 October – Panel: Society and Economy
Tuesday, 26 October – Panel: Politics and Policies
Thursday, 28 October – Panel: Environment
Friday, 29 October – Panel: Education
To attend the panels sign up at / Para comparecer inscreva-se em:
More information: https://www.oxbridgebrazil.com