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This speech by Professor Heloisa Buarque de Almeida takes up an overview of the issues and aggressions related to gender, race, sexuality and class that affect academic life, based on data from her experience at USP as a professor, active in the Non-Cala USP Network and involved with human rights issues. Information and withdrawals from the research "Interactions at USP" are also indicated in this speech, at the invitation of the committee "Welcomes IB".
Access link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7CPb1EcFMM
The first British Commonwealth Chair in Social Anthropology was inaugurated at the University of Cavo City, University of Cape Town (UCT), by the British anthropologist Alfred Radcliffe-Brown, in 1921. Situated in South Africa prior to apartheid, it emerged in opposition to the regime racist exception established in 1948. The objective of the conference is to give intelligibility to social and power relations immersed in a complex geopolitical fabric, beyond the colony/metropolis duality, which reconfigures the issues of segregation, race and gender, in a time and specific spaces, conforming the boundaries of the anthropology then practiced.
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Event (8 to 9/7/2021) under the co-organization of Juliana Manzoni Cavalcanti, postdoctoral student at DA-USP: https://campusvirtual.fiocruz.br/portal/?q=evento/60791
Due to the serious events that have taken place in Colombia since last week, which culminated in strikes and violent repressions in the last few days, we decided to postpone our event, which counted on the participation of several Colombian anthropological colleagues and with the institutional support of Universidad Externado de Colombia . In this way, our decision is based primarily on respect and solidarity for what our Colombian colleagues are going through and on support, in a general way for students, academics and other Colombian citizens.
We also inform you that the tables will be transferred to the 26th and 27th of May and we count on the help of all of you to publicize this postponement carried out in an urgent manner.
Thank you in advance for your support and understanding.
A big hug,
Juliana Caruso on behalf of the organizing committee
The film Woya Hayi Mawe - Where are you going ?, directed by Rose Satiko Hikiji and Jasper Chalcraft, will be screened and discussed at the International Seminar “Africa, Brazil and the Diaspora: giving new meaning and relations between peoples”, in the section Routes and roots : music and translocality between Africa and Brazil. The screening takes place on Sunday, 01/31, at 9 am, and the debate with the directors, Rose Satiko Hikiji and Jasper Chalcraft, and the protagonist, Lenna Bahule, at 10 am, link available here.
The African presence in Brazilian music manifests itself in several ways. If, in 1966, Baden Powell "carioquizava" candomblé with the Afro-sambas he composed with Vinícius de Moraes, half a century later we live an unprecedented moment with the arrival of musicians from different African countries to the metropolis of São Paulo. In the film Afro-Sampas we see what can happen when musicians from both sides of the Atlantic are brought into contact in the city where they live. Yannick Delass (Democratic Republic of Congo), Edoh Fiho (Togo), Lenna Bahule (Mozambique) and Brazilians Ari Colares, Chico Saraiva and Meno del Picchia accepted our invitation to a first meeting in which they experience sounds, memories and creativity.
Afro-Sampas received the award for best film at the ANPOCS Meeting, 2020, and Woya Hayi Mawe - Where are you going? - another film by the same directors - was elected the best medium-length film at the Pierre Verger 2020 Award (Brazilian Association of Anthropology).
The event is commemorating São Paulo's birthday and the film's session will be online via Zoom, on January 23, Saturday, at 3 pm. Free registration!
Registration on the Casa Guilherme de Almeida website
The screening of the documentary and the debate will be online through the Zoom platform
LINK for registration here.
The International Seminar “Africa, Brazil and the Diaspora: giving new meaning to the views and relations between peoples” will be a breathtaking event dedicated to discussing and proposing a different reading on Africa-Brazil international relations, their practices, actors and other possibilities. In January 2021, a series of virtual meetings will be held with conferences, debate tables and cultural activities - conversations focused on various thematic axes inserted in a section that starts from some points of contact such as Anthropology, Sociology and African History and African Diaspora; Feminine perspectives: perspectives and movements of women in international relations; African Diaspora, Race, Migration and Refugees; Decolonial Studies and International Relations; Religiosities and Social Relations; Religiosities of African and Afro-Brazilian Matrix; International Relations actors Brazil-Africa / Africa-Brazil, in different aspects. Registration to follow online events and obtain certificates can be made through this page from November 20, 2020.
The event aims to contribute to the debate on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic with different segments of culture and the arts in Brazil. For this, it will start from the presentation and discussion of the results of the survey Perception of the impacts of Covid-19 (https://iccscovid19.com.br/) in the cultural and creative sectors of Brazil, of which FFLCH-USP is a supporter, followed by an expanded debate on the situation of the different artistic-cultural circuits in the period before the pandemic and during the social isolation adopted in March 2020
Below the schedule and guests of each table. All discussions will be transmitted through the FFLCH-USP channel on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/uspfflch1
Day 16/12 (Wednesday) From 17:00 to 19:00
Gilberto Figueiredo (Sesc Nacional)
Isabel de Paula (UNESCO Brazil)
Maria Arminda do Nascimento Arruda (FFLCH / USP / NSC)
Rodrigo Amaral (USP)
Culture research and the implications of the pandemic
Day 17/12 (Thursday) From 10:00 to 12:00
Daniele Canedo and Carlos Paiva (OBEC-BA / UFRB)
Manuel Gama (POLOBS / University of Minho)
Luciana Piazzon B. Lima (Cetic.br)
Gilberto Figueiredo (Sesc Nacional)
Artistic languages and their producers in times of pandemic
17/12 (Thursday) From 17:00 to 19:00
Marcello Stella (USP)
Nathanael Araújo (UNICAMP)
Daniela Vieira (UEL)
Pearl Mathias (UFRJ)
Artistic languages and their producers in times of pandemic
Day 18/12 (Friday) 10:00 - 12:00
Larissa Lacerda Menendez (UFMA)
Guilherme MCovid-19 Culture and Impact Debates Covid-19 Culture and Impact Debates Debates on Culture and Impacts Covid-19 Debates on Culture and Impacts Covid-19arcondes dos Santos (UECE)
Tony Nakatany (USP)
Sabrina Parracho (UFRRJ)
Day 18/12 (Friday) From 17:00 to 19:00
Maria Arminda do Nascimento Arruda (USP)
Marcelo Siqueira Ridenti (Unicamp)
Maria Eduarda da Mota Rocha (UFPE)
Danilo Santos de Miranda (SESC-SP)
Online event brings together specialists from USP to discuss vaccines against covid-19
The meeting will address the issue of vaccines from the perspective of five areas of knowledge: sociology, medicine, economics, logistics and law
The Dean of Graduate Studies (PRPG), the Institute for Advanced Studies (IEA) and the Superintendency of Social Communication (SCS) promote, on the next December 14 (Monday), the online event “Vaccines and covid-19: a multidisciplinary vision ”.
The meeting, which will be broadcast by Canal USP, starting at 8 am, will bring together specialists from the University who will address the issue of vaccines against coronavirus from the perspective of five areas of knowledge: sociology, medicine, economics, logistics and law.
There will be six sessions in which the scientific, epidemiological, social, economic, legal and related aspects of vaccine distribution to the population will be discussed. The mediation will be done by SCS journalist Herton Escobar.
“The University must be present at times when the population and the public sector need qualified information and presented by specialists in different areas. The meeting was planned to answer objective questions, but based on scientific content ”, explains the pro-rector of Graduate Studies, Carlos Gilberto Carlotti Junior.
8 am: Opening: Covid-19, Vaccine and Society
Vahan Agopyan, Dean of USP
Glauco Arbix, professor of the Department of Sociology at the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences (FFLCH / USP)
Guilherme Ary Plonski, full professor in the Department of Administration at the Faculty of Economics, Administration and Accounting (FEA / USP) and director of the Institute for Advanced Studies (IEA / USP)
8:10 am: Session 1 - The development of Covid-19 vaccines, basic aspects
Luis Carlos Souza Ferreira, professor at the Institute of Biomedical Sciences (ICB / USP)
Célio Silva, professor at Ribeirão Preto Medical School (FMRP / USP)
Jorge Elias Kalil Filho, professor at the Faculty of Medicine (FM / USP)
9 am: Session 2 - The Butantan Institute and the vaccine for Covid-19, current situation
Dimas Covas, professor at FMRP / USP and director of Instituto Butantan
9:15 am: Session 3 - Vaccination: state of the art of epidemiological and clinical aspects
Esper Kallas, Full Professor at the Faculty of Medicine (FM / USP)
Expedito José de Albuquerque Luna, professor at the Department of Preventive Medicine at FM / USP
10:15 am - Questions and discussion
10:45 am - Session 4: Vaccination: logistics for covid-19 vaccination in Brazil
Claudio Barbieri, full professor at the Department of Transport Engineering at Escola Politécnica (Poli / USP)
Paulo Gonçalves, University of Lugano
Hugo Tsugunobu Yoshida Yoshizaki, associate professor in the Production Engineering Department at Poli / USP
11:15 am - Session 5: The costs of a vaccine and a pandemic
Maria Dolores Montoya Diaz, professor at the Department of Economics at FEA / USP
Fernando Antônio Slaibe Postali, professor at the Department of Economics at FEA / USP
11:45 am - Session 6: Society, State and Law in Vaccination
Virgílio Afonso da Silva, professor at the Faculty of Law (FD / USP)
12:15 pm - Questions and discussion
12h45 - Closing
Carlos Gilberto Carlotti Junior, Dean of Graduate Studies at USP
This Wednesday at 7pm there will be a new In-Edit Talks. Marcelo Aliche and Maurício Gaia from In-Edit Brasil talk to Rose Satiko Hikiji, director, anthropologist and vice-coordinator of the Laboratory of Image and Sound in Anthropology (LISA-USP).