Democracy in Brazil Today: Round Table

November 1, 2019
2:00-4:00pm
Liu Institute for Global Issues, Room xʷθəθiqətəm (Place of Many Trees)

Given the drastic and rapid political, social, economic and environmental changes occurring in Brazil today, we will host a round table discussion to examine the impacts of these changes on Brazil’s democracy. Participants from a variety of disciplines will speak according to their area of expertise and research, and to the effects of these changes within Brazilian, Latin American and global contexts.

Organizers: Regiane Garcia (School of Population and Public Health), Maxwell Cameron (School of Public Policy and Global Affairs) and Alessandra Santos (Latin American Studies)

Panelists:

  • Jon Beasley-Murray, Latin American Studies
  • Maxwell Cameron, School of Public Policy and Global Affairs
  • Vinicius Cavicchioli Azevedo, Biological Science SFU
  • Claudio Ferraz, School of Economics
  • Regiane Garcia, School of Population and Public Health
  • Nuno Porto, Museum of Anthropology
  • Jeannie Shoveller, School of Population and Public Health
  • LaShandra Sullivan, Anthropology Reed College
  • Rafael Wainer, Anthropology and Sociology
  • Hannah Wittman, Faculty of Land and Food Systems

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