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Second Floor

Lavin-Bernick University Center
Thursday, 27 March, 13:00 – 17:00

Friday, 28 March, 8:00 – 16:00

Saturday, 29 March, 8:00 – 16:00
Key to Buildings
Freeman: Freeman Auditorium (in Woldenberg Hall)

GW: Goldring-Woldenberg Hall I

GW2: Goldring-Woldenberg Hall II

ILC: Innovative Learning Center (on 3rd Floor of Library)

Jones: Jones Hall

LAL: Latin American Library (on 4th Floor of Library)

LBC: Lavin-Bernick Center

Newcomb: Newcomb Hall

Stone: Stone Auditorium (in Woldenberg Hall)

Woldenberg: Woldenberg Hall
*Please note that Goldring-Woldenberg I & II are part of the Business School on the other side of McAlister Drive from the Lavin-Bernick Center. Woldenberg Hall is the art building across the quad near Newcomb Hall.

Overview of Panel Schedule
1Session 1: Friday, March 28, 9:00-10:45
1-1: Carnaval e desdobramentos culturais (GW 151)

1-2: Capoeira Then and Now (LBC Stibbs)

1-3: “Poéticas do precário” no Brasil periférico (LBC 209)

1-4: Round Table: The Future of Brazilian Studies: The Perspective of the

Graduate Student (Jones 100a)

1-5: Gender and Ideas of Modernity (LBC Korach)

1-6: Moments of Decision in Brazilian-American Relations (GW2 1111)

1-7: O Rio e o documentário brasileiro atual: existências anônimas, novos sujeitos

do discurso, novas linguagens fílmicas (LBC Kendall Cram)

1-8: Brazilian Politics Inside and Out (Freeman Auditorium)

1-9: História social e catolicismo barroco: brancos, negros e suas associações no

século XVIII (ILC)

1-10: Intelectuais e artistas: pensamento negro no Brasil (LBC Race)

1-11: Religião e identidades negras (LAL)

1-12: Slavery and the Slave Trade (GW 130)

1-13: Identity-based Social Movements (LBC McKeever)

1-14: Questões identitárias no estudo do português como L1 e L2 – Mesa A

(LBC Moses)

1-15: Mídia, comunicação política e a eleição presidencial de 2006 no Brasil (GW 131)
Session 2: Friday, March 28, 11:00-12:45
2-1: Anthropophagy and the Other Arts (Jones 100a)

2-2: Brazil and Its Legal Worlds (LBC Race)

2-3: Conflict Over Urban Space in Rio de Janeiro and Recife (LBC Korach)

2-4: Cultural Politics, Digital Technologies, and Globalization: Minister Gilberto

Gil’s Ambitious Agenda (LBC Stibbs)

2-5: Gestión democrática, monitoramiento y inclusión social (Newcomb 407)

2-6: Maritime History of Brazil (LAL)

2-7: Memory, Motivation, and Women's Leadership in Capoeira Angola (GW 131)

2-8: Racial Implications of State Policy in Brazil and the U.S. (GW2 1111)

2-9: Raps do Parrapapá: Representations of Violence in Brazilian Funk Carioca

(GW 130)

2-10: Regionalism in Post(neo)liberal Brazil: Politics, and Culture in the Brazilian

Northeast (ILC)

2-11: Políticas joaninas (Freeman Auditorium)

2-12: The Good Neighbor?: Brazilian-U.S. Cultural Relations (GW 151)

2-13: Colonial & Imperial Brazilian History (LBC 209)

2-14: Culture and Politics in the First Republic (LBC McKeever)

2-15: Questões identitárias no estudo do português como L1 e L2 – Mesa B

(LBC Moses)
Buffet Lunch: Friday March 28, 12:30-14:00, Ballroom of LBC
Session 3: Friday, March 28, 14:00-15:45
3-1: Africans Rescued from the Illegal Slave Trade: Brazil, Britain & International

Abolitionism in the 19th Century (Jones 100a)

3-2: Brazilian Immigration to the Southern United States (GW 151)

3-3: Codes of Communication: Body, Language, and Law in Colonial Brazil (LAL)

3-4: Contemporary Brazilian Theater (LBC Korach)

3-5: Contraculturas brasileiras I (LBC Race)

3-6: Escritas da violência (LBC McKeever)

3-7: Innovative Strategies for Strengthening Portuguese Language Programs

(LBC Moses)

3-8: Literatura e sociedade na belle époque carioca (LBC 209)

3-9: Participatory Budgeting and the Transformation of Brazil (GW 130)

3-10: Popular Music: Instruments of/and Performance (GW 131)

3-11: Whose Brazil?: New Brazilian Cinema Screening the Nation (GW2 1111)

3-12: New Perspectives on the Dictatorship (Woldenberg 201)

3-13: Bahia and Brazilian Culture (Woldenberg 209)

3-14: Politics, Economics and Culture in Post-1930 Brazil (LAL)

3-15: New Technologies, New Social Challenges (ILC)

3-16: Trade, the State, and Property Rights (Jones 204)

3-17: Homenagem a Leslie Bethell (LBC Stibbs)
Session 4: Friday, March 28, 16:00-17:45
4-1: Brazilian Broadcasting: New Perspectives on History, Politics, and Political

Economy (GW 130)

4-2: Contraculturas brasileiras II (LBC Race)

4-3: Diálogos culturais: teatro e literatura no Brasil do século XX (Woldenberg 209)

4-4: Finding and Remembering Brazilian Connections to Africa (LBC Korach)

4-5: A Multidisciplinary Man: The Czech-Brazilian Philosopher Vilém Flusser

(LBC 209)

4-6: A narrativa urbana no Brasil contemporâneo (Jones 100a)

4-7: Mesa Redonda: Privacidade vs. livre expressão: o caso Roberto Carlos em

Detalhes (LBC Stibbs)

4-8: Racialization and Social Mobility (Stone Auditorium)

4-9: The Contradictions of Modernity: Elite and Subaltern Discourses on

Modernization During the Nineteenth Century (Jones 204)

4-10: Youth, Violence, and Politics during the Brazilian Military Regime

(GW2 1111)

4-11: Brazilian Immigrants Abroad (GW 131)

4-12: Gender and Family in Brazilian History (GW 151)

4-13: Gender and Sexuality in Film and Theatre (Woldenberg 201)

4-14: Theorizing about Brazilian Politics (LBC McKeever)

4-15: Portuguese in the Classroom: Identity and Language (LBC Moses)


Session 5: Saturday, March 29, 9:00-10:45
5-1: Colisões e acomodações político-culturais: a sociedade do espetáculo no Brasil

(GW 131)


5-2: Identidades, estranheza e assimilação cultural no Brasil contemporâneo

(LBC 209)

5-3: Educação, subjetividade e cultura (LBC Moses)

5-4: Escrevendo por linhas tortas: as múltiplas faces da narrativa de mulheres

(LBC Race)

5-5: Further New World Soundings: Brazilians, North Americans, and Richard

Morse's Mirror (Jones 100a)

5-6: Intérpretes do Brasil I (GW 130)

5-7: O jornalismo brasileiro: princípios, história e conteúdo (GW 140)

5-8: Mesa Redonda com escritores brasileiros (LBC Stibbs)

5-9: Múltiplas faces do teatro brasileiro (Woldenberg 209)

5-10: ONGs: uma abordagem de gênero (LBC McKeever)

5-11: Prosa contemporânea brasileira: experiências literárias e encenações da

história (Woldenberg 209)

5-12: Sincretismo e antisincretismo, terreiros e meta-territórios, teoremas e

estratégias práticas (LBC Korach)

5-13: Utile et dulci: Educational Discourses in Nineteenth-Century Brazilian

Cultures and Literatures (Jones 204)

5-14: Mario de Andrade and Brazilian Modernism (Stone Auditorium)

5-15: The Politics of Affirmative Action (GW 151)

5-16: Brazil in the World (GW2 1111)

5-17: Memory and Modernization: Empire and First Republic (LAL)

5-18: Transatlantic Jewish History (Newcomb 115)

5-19: História e memórias da ditadura civil-militar no Brasil (GW 101)

5-20: Autoritarismo pensamento excludente no Brasil do século XX: discursos

jurídicos, policiais e de imprensa (Newcomb 120)

5-21: Trabalho, família, gênero e relações raciais na Bahia, Brasil: do século XIX

ao século XXI (GW 110)

5-22: Brasil pluriétnico e multilingüístico: que espaços têm as línguas?

(Newcomb 119)

5-23: A polícia e a justiça criminal na história brasileira (Newcomb 123)
Session 6: Saturday, March 29, 11:00-12:45
6-1: Alforrias, arranjos de moradia, música, beleza e movimentos sociais negros:

conexões e subversões no atlântico negro (Brasil, séculos XVIII ao XX;

Estados Unidos, século XX) (GW 140)

6-2: (De)Formações do Brasil: linguagem e política (LBC 209)

6-3: Experiências concretas de Ação Afirmativa no Brasil (LBC Stibbs)

6-4: Gênero, raça, sexualidades – continuidade e ruptura em discursos e práticas (GW 131)

6-5: Inclusão para quem? De que forma? Análise de ações direcionadas à promoção

da juventude (LBC Moses)

6-6: Intérpretes do Brasil II (GW 130)

6-7: Library Resources for Brazilian Studies in the United States (LAL)

6-8: Melodramas duros: Brazilian Telenovelas and the Representation of Gender

and Politics (LBC Korach)

6-9: Municipal Finance in Nineteenth-Century São Paulo (Jones 204)

6-10: Gender, Music, and Architecture in Brazilian Culture (LBC Race)

6-11: Work and Regional Identities in Twentieth-Century Brazil (GW2 1111)

6-12: Workers, Memory, and Hope (GW 101)

6-13: Machado de Assis (LBC McKeever)

6-14: Gilberto Freyre (GW 151)

6-15: Brazilian Courts and Legislatures (GW 110)

6-16: Comparative Literature (Woldenberg 201)

6-17: Architecture and Urban Space (Woldenberg 209)

6-18: Identity, Truth, and Clarice Lispector (Jones 100a)

6-19: Em torno (Entorno) da obra de Ariano Suassuna (Newcomb 120)

6-20: Espaços metafísicos, ecológicos e repressão política na literatura e cinema

brasileiro (Newcomb 123)

6-21: Brazilian and Cuban Demographic Dynamics: Where Are We and Where are

We Heading For? (Newcomb 115)

6-22: Deslocamentos do conceito de "identidade" (Newcomb 119)

6-23: Voice and Void in Brazilian Visual Culture (Stone Auditorium)
Lunch options are available in the LBC Food Court
Session 7: Saturday, March 29, 14:00-15:45
7-1: Ainda o popular e erudito: aproximações e conflitos na poesia, música e

cinema (GW 131)

7-2: Commodity Geographies in the Brazilian Context I (LBC 209)

7-3: Cultura e apropriações no universo afro-descendentte (LBC Race)

7-4: Escritos e leituras da nação (GW 101)

7-5: Geração McUnaíma? novos manuscritos de computador no panorama da

literatura brasileira (LBC Korach)

7-6: "Mal Estar” e civilização: leituras de Brasil (LBC McKeever)

7-7: Militares, Estado e sociedade (GW 110)

7-8: Race, Violence, Spatial Justice and the Urban Environment (GW 140)

7-9: Racialização e gênero na cultura popular: Brasil, séculos XIX e XX (GW 130)

7-10: Redefining Race, Ethnicity, and Violence in Cinematic Narratives (GW 151)

7-11: Governança democrática: lições, dilemas, desafios (Jones 204)

7-12: Racial and Ethnic Representations in 19th-Century Brazil (Newcomb 123)

7-13: Samba (Newcomb 115)

7-14: Education Policy (LBC Moses)

7-15: Combating Inequality (Jones 100a)

7-16: Poetry, Anthropophagy, Narrative and Art (Woldenberg 201)

7-17: Community, State, and Responsibility (GW2 1111)

7-18: Esquerda, direita, volver: militares, política e ideologia no Cone Sul (LAL)

7-19: O desenvolvimentismo em perspectiva histórica: Brasil, século XX

(Newcomb 119)

7-20: Literatura, memória e oralidade: diálogos entre saberes da Amazônia

(Woldenberg 209)

7-21: Jorge Amado, o ínterprete baiano da cultura brasileira (Newcomb 120)
Special Presentation: “Um recorte na arte contemporânea brasileira - Depoimento de Laura Vinci” (Stone Auditorium, 14:00-15:00)
Session 8: Saturday, March 29, 16:00-17:45
8-1: Affirmative Action and the Changing Notion of Racial Identity in Brazil (LAL)

8-2: Approaches to Brazilian Popular Culture (Jones 102)

8-3: Commodity Geographies in the Brazilian Context II (LBC 209)

8-4: Ditadura e democracia no Brasil República (GW2 1111)

8-5: Engineering Urban Space and Culture In Twentieth-Century Rio de Janeiro

and São Paulo, Brazil (Woldenberg 201)

8-6: Mitigating Trauma: Body as Witness (Stone Auditorium)

8-7: New Studies on Race, Class, and Culture in Bahia (LBC Stibbs)

8-8: Notícias de histórias negras particulares: músicas e identidades sincopadas

(GW 140)


8-9: A presença dos estrangeiros na construção da cidade de São Paulo

(Woldenberg 209)

8-10: Racializing Brazilian Politics: Politicizing Brazilian Race (GW 130)

8-11: Tempo presente: poesia e política no Brasil contemporâneo (LBC Korach)

8-12: The Role of Municipalities in the Information Society: Digital Knowledge and

Creative Cities in Brazil and the U.S. (GW 110)

8-13: Tropical Imaginaries (Jones 100a)

8-14: Immigrant Communities in southern Brazil (GW 101)

8-15: Electoral Politics (GW 131)

8-16: The PT and the 2006 Elections (GW 151)

8-17: Reflections on Rio de Janeiro (LBC Korach)

8-18: Perspectives on the Brazilian Northeast (LBC McKeever)

8-19: Subalternity and Representation in Brazilian Music, Media and Film

(LBC Race)

8-20: A metrópole de São Paulo na atual fase do capitalismo (Newcomb 115)

8-21: O Desenvolvimento e o Desenvolvimentismo no Brasil (Newcomb 119)

8-22: Discurso e formação docente: neoliberalismo, identidades e cultura escrita

(Newcomb 120)


Special Events
Opening Ceremonies and Reception

Thursday, 27 March 2008

Kendall-Cram Room

Lavin-Bernick Center

Keynote Presention by José Miguel Wisnik

Machado Maxixe: Literatura e Música Popular Brasileira”



18:00
Reception to follow with New Orleans jazz combo Vavavoom
Consortium of Brazilian Studies

Organizational Meeting

Friday, 28 March

Stibbs Room

Lavin-Bernick Center

12:30-14:00
Special Session

Homenagem a Leslie Bethell

Friday, 28 March 200

Stibbs Room

Lavin-Bernick Center

14:00 – 15:45
Plenary Session

The Challenges of Public Security in Brazil

Friday, 28 March 2008

Kendall Cram Room, Lavin-Bernick Center

18:00 – 20:00
Special Presentation

Um recorte na arte contemporânea brasileira - Depoimento de Laura Vinci

Saturday, 28 March 2008

Stone Auditorium, Woldenberg Hall

14:00 -15:00
Awards Ceremony

Saturday, 29 March 2008

Kendall-Cram Room

Lavin-Bernick Center

18:00


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