Monday, Nov 12, 2018

On November 8th, the Brazil LAB hosted a book release and discussion of Brazil: A Biography with award-winning author Lilia Schwarcz.

Wednesday, Nov 7, 2018

On October 22, the Brazil LAB invited the award-winning filmmaker Maria Ramos to screen and discuss her newest documentary, The Trial (O Processo).

Tuesday, Oct 23, 2018

This month two Associates of the Brazil LAB—sociologist Angela Alonso, President of the Brazilian Center of Analysis and Planning, and Jeremy Adelman, Director of Princeton's Global History...

Monday, Oct 22, 2018

The DVD of Vazante, a striking cinematic portrayal of slavery in colonial Brazil, has just been launched in the US featuring a Master Class with director Daniela Thomas at Princeton’s Brazil LAB.

Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018

On October 16th, Brazil LAB was pleased to host a lecture and discussion with Beto Verissimo, one of Brazil's most influential environmental leaders and Brazil LAB's first scholar-in-residence.

Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018

The Brazil LAB welcomed Tasso Azevedo, a leading Brazilian environmentalist and social entrepreneur, who discussed the groundbreaking research collaboration that he leads at the intersection of land use, forests, and climate change.

Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018
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The Brazil LAB co-organized a daylong colloquium The Ends of Nature? on October 12, 2018, featuring original research at the intersections of literature, film, architecture, anthropology, environmental studies and theory.

Monday, Oct 15, 2018
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On October 11, the Brazil LAB was pleased to organize a closed session for the screening of Amazonia Inc., a documentary by Brazilian filmmaker Estevão Ciavatta.

Friday, Oct 12, 2018
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In response to the results of the first round of Brazil's 2018 presidential election, Paul Starr, Stuart Professor of Communications and Public Policy and Professor of Sociology at Princeton and a friend of the Brazil LAB, published ...

Sunday, Sep 30, 2018
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Brazil LAB held the inaugural Fall colloquium on September 20, 2018, welcoming over 120 Princeton students, faculty, researchers and broader community members to reflect upon the current state of politics, social mobilizations, and economic paralysis in the period since Dilma’s impeachment.