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  • This course looks at Brazilians in the U.S. through the interdisciplinary approaches of cultural studies and ethnic studies. Students will learn how Brazilian identity in the U.S.  is not uniform or...
  • An overview of critical theories for the analysis of literary and cultural texts since the mid-20th century, including Spanish, Latin American, Luso-Brazilian, and U.S. Latinx schools of thought. On...
  • How is Brazil intertwined with and seemingly distinct from an American hemisphere? With some attention to class, gender, race and sexuality, this course explores the making of Brazil across the...
  • This course aims to break open the singular idea of “Brazil” to reveal many Brazils, exposing students to the tremendous regional diversity that both enriches and complicates our understanding of the...
  • This course will familiarize students with the broad trends and debates in Brazilian social and historical thought during the long 20th century. Course taught in English We will pay particular...
  • Faculty: Raquel Castro Goebel, Director of Portuguese Language Program, Instructor...
  •   Understanding Brazil as a global crossroads of cultures, languages, and powers lies at the heart of the Portuguese studies program. Our approach underscores Brazil as a gateway to study ties with...
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  • Raquel Castro Goebel, Director of Portuguese Language Program, Instructor....
  •   Lemann Institute for Brazilian Studies Established in January of 2009 and officially inaugurated in October of 2009, the mission of the Lemann...
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  • Courses for Fall 2020 PORT 150 - Writing Brazilians into the U.S. (TAUGHT IN ENGLISH) - Section A - MW 2-3:20 pm...
  •   Major Information Minimum required major and supporting courses normally equate to 42-45 hours including at least 27 hours in Portuguese courses beyond the 100 level. General education: Students...
  •   Why not consider Portuguese and Brazilian Studies as a (Double) Major or (Double) Minor? Undergraduate students can pursue either a Major or a Minor in Portuguese. Portuguese can also be used to...
  •   Understanding Brazil as a global crossroads of cultures, languages, and powers lies at the heart of the Portuguese MA program. Our approach underscores Brazil as a gateway to study ties with...