Category Archives: Brazil

Hendrik Kraay, The “Barbarous Game”: Entrudo in Early 19th-Century Brazil

The Latin American History Workshop is pleased to host its first meeting of 2013…


Hendrik Kraay,
Professor, Department of History, University of Calgary
The Barbarous Game: Entrudo in Early Nineteenth-Century Brazil
Thursday, January 10, 2013, Kelly 114, 4:30 p.m.
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Aiala Levy April 21

Please join the Latin American History Workshop Thursday April 21, when Aiala Levy, Ph.D. student in History, will present her dissertation proposal entitled “The Theaters of São Paulo: Construction and Management of an Urban Culture, 1890-1937.”


The Latin American History Workshop is pleased to co-sponsor a meeting with the Comparative Politics Workshop.  We will discuss Political Science doctoral student Jaira Harrington’s paper, “An Interrogation of the “Domestic”: Domestic Work, Political Subjectivity and the Maria da Penha Law in Brazil.”  Please note that this workshop will be held on a Wednesday, at the Wilder House Conference Room from 6-8pm.