219: Political Imaginaries in Portuguese

10:15 AM–11:30 AM Friday, Jan 4, 2019 (US - Central)

Sheraton Grand - Mississippi

Session Information


1: Resistance and Repression in the 1960s: Urbano Tavares Rodrigues and the Portuguese Political Police

Ana Fauri, Emory U

2: ‘Golpe, não!’: Twenty-First-Century Brazilian Songs of Protest

Ligia Bezerra, Arizona State U

3: Black Mothers and Black Boats: Queer, Indigenous, and Afro-Brazilian Intersections in Ney Matogrosso’s ‘Mãe Preta (Barco Negro)’

Daniel da Silva, Columbia U

4: Contracultura in Everyday Life: Corporeal Artistic Intervention during Authoritarian Brazil (1964–85)

Isaac Gimenez Garcia, U of California, Los Angeles

Related Material: For related material, write to ana.teixeira@emory.edu after 30 Nov.