“Race, Respect, and Authority in Contemporary Brazil: Interpreting the Stories of Sugarcane Workers”

Poster for: “Race, Respect, and Authority in Contemporary Brazil: Interpreting the Stories of Sugarcane Workers” by Dr. Thomas Rogers, Emory University, author of The Deepest Wounds: A Labor and Environmental History of Sugar in Northeast Brazil (North Carolina UP 2010)  Date and Time: Monday November 21, 3:00-4:20 p.m. Place: Glendon College Ballroom, Glendon Hall Room 121, 2275 Bayview Ave. (at Lawrence)  And, after a brief coffee and pastries break  “Rethinking the Twentieth Century: Getúlio Vargas and the Transformation of Modern Brazil” by Dr. Joel Wolfe, Amherst Unversity, author of Autos and Progress: The Brazilian Search for Modernity (Oxford UP 2010) and Working Women, Working Men: São Paulo and the Rise of Brazil's Industrial Working Class, 1900-1955 (Duke UP 1993)  Date: Monday November 21, 4:30-6:00 p.m.  Place: Glendon College Ballroom, Glendon Hall Room 121, 2275 Bayview Ave. (at Lawrence)  For further information contact Gillian McGillivray, gmcgilli@glendon.yorku.ca. Events sponsored by York University Glendon College History, Glendon College Office of the Principal, York University Faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies History Departments and the  University of Toronto-Latin American Studies and History Departments.

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