Lemann Graduate Forum

November 9, 2018
Alice Campbell Alumni Center -2nd Floor Board Room

9-9:45 AM, Keynote – Marco Bonomo, Lemann Distinguished Visiting Professor, “Pension Reform Above Everything, Fiscal Adjustment Above Everyone”

10-12, Lemann Fellows Panel I

  • Thaís Rezende Da Silva De Sant’ana, “Manaus é Tudo: Migration, Nature and Urban Growth in Brazil’s Geographic Periphery.”
  • Michael Stablein, “Advanced Strategies for Value Recovery through Implementation of a Wastewater Algal Biomass Biorefinery (WABB).”
  • Juan Andres Suárez Ontaneda, “Abdias do Nascimento and the TEN: Physiognomies of Performance, Diasporic Labor, and the Public Sphere.”
  • Cassandra Abena Osei, “Formalizing Informal Subjects: Black Women’s Organizing in Twentieth-Century Brazil, 1945 – 1977.”
  • Gonzalo Pinilla Gomez, “The Art of Transition: Brazilian Avant-Garde in the 1960s and Local Artistic Identities in Latin America.”

12-1 PM, Lunch

1:00-5 PM, Lemann Fellows Panel II

  • Marília Corrêa, “Incomplete Transitions: Persecuted Officers and Soldiers in the Era of the National Truth Commission in Brazil.”
  • Gustavo Da Silva Cortes Gonçalves, “Credit Shock Propagation in Firm Networks: Evidence from Government-Owned Banks in Brazil.”
  • John Carlos Castillo Marquez, “Afflicted Slaves, Faithful Vassals: Freedom Appeals to Portuguese Monarchs in Eighteenth-Century Brazil.”
  • Amanda K. Rector, “Citizenship and Belonging in the In-between: Transatlantic Migration to Venezuela and Brazil, 1830-1914.”
  • John-Ben Soileau, “For the Forest, the Trees, or the People: The Quilombolization of an Amazonian Peasantry.”

5-6 PM, Launch of the Oxford Handbook on the Brazilian Economy

  • Ed Amann, Leiden University
  • Carlos Azzoni, University of São Paulo
  • Joe Love, University of Illinois
  • Geraldo Martha, Embrapa