Lemann Graduate Forum

November 5, 2019
Alice Campbell Alumni Center – 2nd Floor Board Room

8:45 AM, Breakfast
9:30-10:30 AM, Keynote – Luís Cláudio Pereira Symanski, Lemann Distinguished Visiting Professor

10:30-12, Lemann Fellows Panel I

  • Brunna Bozzi, “Gendering Development: Brazilian Women’s Organizations in the Context of the International Women’s Year (1975).”
  • Filipe Correia et al, “Credit Risk and Financial Constraints Transmission to Employees: Evidence from Brazil.”
  • Gustavo Diaz, “The Electoral Consequences of Exposure to Nearby Corruption in Brazilian Municipalities.”

12-1 PM, Lunch and Keynote – Carlos Roberto Azzoni, Recipient of the Werner Baer Distinguished Service Award

1:00-3:30 PM, Lemann Fellows Panel II

  • Marcelo Boccato Kuyumjian, “Samba is Black:(Un)Making Race in a ‘Raceless’ Genre.”
  • Juan Suárez Ontaneda, “Thespian Activism: Abdias do Nascimento and the Political Aesthetics of his Performances.”
  • Amanda K. Rector, “Citizenship in the Transatlantic World.”

3:45-5:30 PM, Lemann Fellows Panel III

  • Luke Alan Plutowski, “Electoral Handouts and Voting Behavior in Brazil.”
  • Thaís Rezende da Silva de Sant’ana, “Inside Brazil’s Eden: A Migrant History of the Urban Amazon.”