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Duke University will discuss on Brazil

Scholars from the humanities, social sciences
and natural sciences will share discussions 
on Brazilian politics, nature and culture at
the Global Brazil Conference at Duke  University
(North Carolina,U.S.A.) on Friday, Feb. 17.
Sponsored by the Global Brazil Lab of the 
Franklin Humanities Institute and the Duke 
Brazil Initiative, this third annual meeting 
will involve students and faculty discussing 
aspects of and connections between art, 
politics, culture, education and the environment.

The conference will be held in the Ahmadieh 
Family Lecture Hall in the Smith Warehouse 
close to East Campus.
The first session will focus on the increasing 
political and policy salience of race with a
talk by the president-elect of the Brazilian 
Studies Association, Gladys L Mitchell-Walthour
from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. 

See press-release