Andressa Maia Awarded Mellon Graduate Fellowship

Andressa Macena Maia, a doctoral student in the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, was recently awarded Mellon Graduate Fellowship in Collaborative Humanities for the academic year of 2020-2021.

(Distributed April 8, 2020)

Cancelled Events

We regret to inform you that in light of the recent precautions due to coronavirus (COVID-19) that we have decided to cancel our upcoming scheduled events through April.

We will continue to follow University guidelines and take your health and safety into consideration when organizing and executing upcoming events.

Thank you for undrestanding.

(Distributed March 9, 2020)

Field Trip to the Whaling Museum

The Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies put together an excursion that is open to all students! We are taking a Saturday afternoon to visit New Bedford’s Whaling Museum, the Portugalia Marketplace, and enjoy a 3-course lunch together. We encourage anyone who's interested in learning more about POBS to attend - Portuguese is not a prerequisite. But space is limited, so please reserve your ticket as soon as possible.

(Distributed February 18, 2020)

Feb 21: Interdisciplinary Symposium

Join us at 159 George Street, room 102, on February 21st for an all-day Interdisciplinary Symposium, Political narratives and social imaginaries in Brazil: between democracy and right-wing politics.

The flyer is attached, and you can find the schedule of events posted below.

Schedule of Events

09:30am-10:00am| Light Breakfast Reception

10:00 am – 10:10 am| Welcome & Opening Remarks - Leila Lehnen (Brown University)

(Distributed February 6, 2020)

2/28 - Bate-Papo

Feb Bate-PapoFeb Bate-Papo

The Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies invites you to join us for a Bate-Papo on Friday, February 28, 2020, from 1:30-3:30pm.

All speakers of Portuguese, as well as current and prospective students, are invited for snacks and conversation in the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies, at 159 George Street in the George Monteiro Conference Room (102).

(Distributed January 23, 2020)
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