A conversation with Angela Alonso, Arminio Fraga, and Alessandra Orofino. Moderators: João Biehl & Thomas Fujiwara
Angela Alonso is Professor of Sociology at the University of São Paulo and former Director of CEBRAP, the Brazilian Center of Analysis and Planning. An award-winner author, Alonso studies the interface of culture and political action and emergent forms of social mobilization in Brazil.
Arminio Fraga is an Economist and Founding Partner of Gávea Investimentos. Fraga presided over the Brazilian Central Bank. A Brazil LAB Advisory Board Member, he is the founder of the Institute for Health Policy Studies (IEPS).
Alessandra Orofino is the Co-founder and Executive Director of the non-profit Nossas, a laboratory of activism and civic participation in Brazil. A Fellow of the Obama Foundation, Orofino is also the director of Greg News, HBO’s comedy news show.
João Biehl is Susan Dod Brown Professor of Anthropology, Director of the Brazil LAB, and Co-Director of the Global Health Program at Princeton University.
Thomas Fujiwara is Associate Professor of Economics and Associate Director of the Brazil LAB at Princeton University.
This event is co-sponsored by the Program in Latin American Studies, the Anthropology Department, the Spanish and Portuguese Department, and the Instituto de Estudos para Políticas de Saúde.