The University of Birmingham's vibrant and dynamic Brazilian PGR community will present on their research, showcasing their breadth of expertise in various disciplines and engaging in stimulating academic discussion. This will also include Cafe Brasil, a lively and topical discussion and debate led by ABEP UK (The Association of Brazilian Postgraduate Students in the UK).
This round-table discussion will focus on the role of women in Brazilian History, spanning from the colonial to the modern period, celebrating both International Women's Day and Brazil Week at the University of Birmingham.
Professor Vladimir Safatle, University of São Paulo. 'The last leftist government of the 20th century: the limits of the Brazilian experience’
To celebrate our partnership and ongoing work in Brazil with the University of Nottingham, we will joined by the notable Brazilian academic and columnist Professor Vladimir Safatle, Director of Research in the Department of Philosophy and the Institute of Psychology at the University of São Paulo. Professor Safatle will offer a unique insight into understanding present day Brazil, exploring this through the lens of “lulismo” and the political left in Latin America.
Networking drinks will be served alongside Brazilian music from 18:00-19:30