Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies is a dynamic, open access academic forum in which scholars from diverse disciplines in the Humanities and Social Sciences can publish their research and draw on scholarship within the interdisciplinary field of Brazilian Studies.

Call for papers: Dossier 'THE MILITARY AND POLITICS IN BRAZIL'

2021-04-14

Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies will publish an interdisciplinary dossier in December 2021 on the relationship between the military and politics. The aim of this thematic issue is to provide a multifaceted contribution to understand how Brazil’s military has developed such a highly contentious position within the country’s modern socio-political history.

[DEADLINE EXTENDED] Call for Papers: Dossier Culture and Politics in Brazil: a decade under review (2011-2020)

2020-05-28

New deadline for submissions: 23 May 2021

Brasiliana: Journal for Brazilian Studies is pleased to announce this call for papers for a dossier to be published in August 2021 on the relationship between culture and politics in Brazil over the past decade (2011-2020). The period between 2011 and 2020 was marked by a number of milestone political events, such as Dilma Rousseff’s two-term administration – including the June 2013 protests and the 2016 presidential impeachment –, Michel Temer’s transitional administration, and the election of Jair Bolsonaro. Adopting an interdisciplinary approach, this special issue intends to critically examine the way that relationships between culture and politics have been articulated in Brazil in connection with major national and/or global events over the past decade. The editors welcome submissions analysing such relationships within the interdisciplinary field of Brazilian studies, which is the focus of this academic journal.

Vol. 9 No. 2 (2020): Archaeology & Brazilian Studies: Past and Present

The dossier “Archeology and Brazilian Studies: Past and Present” shows a broad aspect of Brazilian archeology in the contemporary world. From remote ancestors to current societies, from urban space and rural to guard institutions, from impact of mitigation to government action, and from transhumanism to the digital future, archaeologists in Brazil increased significantly in quantity and quality of their research. Therefore, and with the objective of disseminating the various approaches developed by contemporary research in this country, many researchers of archeology contribute ram to work unpublished and related to the archaeological heritage and the current Brazilian reality.

Published: 2021-03-04

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