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Brazilian Convivialities: Concepts, Experiences, Controversies

Image Credit: Moana Skambraks
Image Credit: Moana Skambraks

 

 

 

 

 

On June 18th, students and scholars discussed processes of establishing coexistence with/about difference (conviviality) in Brazil from different disciplinary perspectives: literature and culture, social sciences and history.

The three panels focused on topics such as colonialism, slavery, migration and the challenges of dealing with difference. Held at the Lateinamerika-Institut (LAI) the event was part of the MA-course “Conviviality in Brazil – from colonial times to today” and was organized by the students of the seminar.

For the full programme click here and to know more about what happened during the workshop read the full report of Daniela Greca.