In  the Brazil LAB,  the South American country  is  taken  as  a  dynamic  nexus  for  thinking  through  pressing  issues  —  from  socioeconomic  and  health  inequities  to  governmental,  infrastructural  and  environmental  predicaments,  to  emergent  forms  of  social  mobilization  and  cultural  expression —  that  affect  people  in  Brazil  and  globally,  and  that  are  salient  to  both  established  scholarship  and  nascent  critical  work.

Upcoming Events


Forest Mathematics: Unstable Sets in Indigenous Amazonia

Aparecida Vilaça, Museu Nacional, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

4:30pm - 6:00pm | 219 Aaron Burr Hall


Cooperation and Conflict Inside and Outside the Capoeira Roda

Ernesto Mané, Visiting Research Scholar, Princeton University

12:00pm - 1:30pm | 144 Louis A. Simpson Building


Political Turmoil, Social Mobility, and Growth: Reflections on Brazil and Latin America

Monica de Bolle, Peterson Institute for International Economics

4:30pm - 6:00pm | A71 Louis A. Simpson Building