Democracy in Brazil Today: Round Table

November 1, 2019
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)


  • 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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