The UCI Humanities Center presents
“The Fifteenth Annual Southern California Brazilian Studies Conference”
May 22, 2010
9:00 a.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Humanities Gateway 1030 (accessible from patio)
Tomas F.Crowder-Taraborrelli and students, Soka University ,”Japanese-Brazilian
Transculturation: Documenting the Experience of Multiple Generations in São Paulo,
Conflict and Revolt in Nineteenth Century Brazil
Ian Read, Soka University and Kari Zimmerman, Stanford University,” Fugitive Slaves
of the Brazilian Empire.”
Abraham Jaimes, CSULB, Involuntários da Pátria: Forging the Brazilian Nation and
Memory of the Paraguayan War, 1864-1875.”
Adriana Johnson, UCI, "Other Canudos."
Moderator: Steven Topik, UCI
Presentation of a Video, "Visoes Culturais da Bahia: A Video Work-in-
Progress" by Ulysses Jenkins, UCI
Theater, Film, and Popular Media
Catherine Benamou, UCI, "Troubling Patriarchy: The Re-emergence of Women's Cinema
in the Brazilian Seventies"
Campbell Britton, Independent scholar, “Brecht meets mambembe?:
Ruminations on the use of theater in Luiz Fernando Carvalho’s Capitu”
Josephine Dwyer, UCI, “Ônibus 174”
Teresa Moulin, UCR, “Sabotaging Logics: A Look at How Brazil's Rap Music Contest,
Questions, and Alters the Hegemonic Discourse on Race”
Moderator: Ulysses Jenkins, UCI
Michelle Peria, UCI, “Racial Quotas and the Culture War in Brazilian Academia.”
Steven Helfand, UCR “Pobreza e Desigualdade de Renda no Brasil Rural:
Uma Análise da Queda Recente.”
Aline Gregoria, CSUF "The grey areas of green: Insights into life and conservation in
Vila Picinguaba, Serra do Mar State Park, Brazil."
Alexandra Lippman, UCI, “Funk Carioca and the Pontos de Cultura.”
Moderator: David Goldberg, UCI
For more information, please email email@example.com.
*The Southern California Brazilian Studies Association Conference is made possible
part by funding from the UCI Humanities Center.