Lucas Toshiaki Archangelo Okado
Meanings and Changes in the Worker's Party

Patrícia Kunrath Silva
Social Movements, Cooptation, and Disputes: Mobilizing Public Opinion

Matheus Mazzilli Pereira
Corruption, Mobilization, and the Impeachment/Coup Controversy

Overview: "Brazil is a divided country". This explanation has become commonplace in analyzing the Brazilian economic and political moment. Was it "united" before? How did it divide? Is it a democratic country? Impeachment or coup? Fundamentally, what is going on? This roundtable will address these questions among others.

Sponsored by: The Jack W. Peltason Center for the Study of Democracy, The Department of Anthropology, & The School of Social Sciences 

 

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