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         Brazilian Culture:     more books (100)
  1. The Brazilian Puzzle : Culture on the Borderlands of the Western World
  2. Travesti: Sex, Gender, and Culture among Brazilian Transgendered Prostitutes (Worlds of Desire: The Chicago Series on Sexuality, Gender, and Culture) by Don Kulick, 1998-11-15
  3. Drowning in Laws: Labor Law and Brazilian Political Culture by John D. French, 2004-06-21
  4. Brazilian Cinema (Film and Culture Series)
  5. Misplaced Ideas: Essays on Brazilian Culture (Critical Studies in Latin American Culture) by Roberto Schwarz, 1996-12-01
  6. Afro-Brazilian Culture and Politics: Bahia, 1790S-1990s (Latin American Realities)
  7. From Fanatics to Folk: Brazilian Millenarianism and Popular Culture by Patricia R. Pessar, 2004-01-01
  8. Third World Literary Fortunes: Brazilian Culture and Its International Reception by Piers Armstrong, 1999-05
  9. Itamaraty in Brazilian Culture by Unnamed Unnamed, 1900
  10. The Brazilian culture hearth, (University of California, Berkeley. University of California publications in geography) by Oskar Schmieder, 1929
  11. Brazilian Mosaic: Portraits of a Diverse People and Culture (Latin American Silhouettes) by G. Harvey Summ, 1995-06-01
  12. The Hidden History of Capoeira: A Collision of Cultures in the Brazilian Battle Dance by Maya Talmon-Chvaicer, 2007-12-15
  13. BRAZIL: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by MAXINE L. MARGOLIS, MARIA ENEDINA BEZERRA, et all 2001
  14. Spirits and Scientists: Ideology, Spiritism, and Brazilian Culture by David J. Hess, 1991-08-01

1. Brazilian Culture
Read up on Brazilian art, music, drama, and dance, from the Consulate General of Brazil in San Francisco.Category Kids and Teens School Time South America Brazil......brazilian culture. Amyr Brasileira; Brazilian Popular Music Historyof a Century; National Symbols; The Culture of the Indian People.
http://www.brazilsf.org/culture.htm
Brazilian Culture

2. Brazil News - Brazil Culture - Brazzil Magazine - Brazilian Economy - Brazilian
of brazilian culture Abreu, João Capistrano de. Chapters of Brazils Colonial History, 15001800. Preface Fernando Novais. New York and Oxford Oxford UP, 1997.
http://www.brazzil.com/
Brazzil. Trying to understand Brazil. English-language magazine dealing with Brazilian politics, economy, behavior, music, tourism, ecology and culture in general. It also has classified, personal and display ads for Brazilian products, a Calendar of Brazilian events in the US and That's Brazilian, a directory of Brazilian businesses. In print since 1989.
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3. Bay Area Brazilian Club: Non-profit Organization Promoting Brazilian Culture @ S
A nonprofit organization promoting brazilian culture and carnaval in the Bay Area. Includes newsletter, events, community resources, and history of group.
http://www.friendsofbrazil.org
Promoting Brazilian culture throughout the San Francisco Bay Area.
Bay Area Performances
Find out more »

Carnaval 2002 happened on February 9 and featured the hot SensaSamba Band direct from Brazil.
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Para imigrantes brasileiros
About Us Coming Events Community Newsletter ...
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by SambaWebs.com

4. Brazil/Brasil. Portuguese Language. A Few Dozen Of The Pages In Portuguese Have
Brazil, Brazilian Studies, culture language, literature, art, cinema, Portuguese, dictionary, research reference The Brazilian. BrazilNews and Media Brazzil News from Brazil - brazilian culture(cc). Caderno Idéias
http://www.umich.edu/~port150
Brazilian Studies Guide Registered studens please click here Anthropology (antropologia) Environment ... Work (trabalho)
Antropologia (anthropology)
Associação Brasileira de Antropologia
Conselho Indigenista Missionário
Indigenous People XXII Reunião ...

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Arte (art) Aleijadinho cc
Artes Brasileiras

Arte Computacional

Arte Petropolitana

Artistas Brasileiros. Artes Plásticas
...
Portinari Murals/Library of Congress
cc
Tarsila do Amaral

Teatro Brasileiro

Vanguarda
Bate-papo (chat)
Conversa com Educação à distância
Listas de Discussão da ufba Interactive Internet Language Learning
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Bibliotecas (libraries) Bibliotecas Brasileiras
Biblioteca do Futuro
Biblioteca Nacional do Brasil Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal ... Biblioteca Virtual de Estudos Culturais cc Catálogos de Bibliotecas Escolares
Hispanic Reading Room / Library of Congress
Library of Congress. Office in Rio
Portuguese Manuscript Collection (Library of Congress Special Collections). ... Sistema Integrado de Bibliotecas da USP
Busca (search)
Aeiou. Motor de busca português

5. Brazil Culture & Arts
Organization dedicated to bringing brazilian culture to the Bay Area through dance, music and martial arts.
http://www.brazilca.com
Mestre Beiçola performances in the martial arts, dance and music of this exceptional South American nation. The organization boasts Capoeira academies in Brazil and America, a Rio-style samba school and performing company as well as a variety of ongoing classes in the San Francisco Bay Area. sambao@brazilca.com Home Capoeira Carnaval ... Classes

6. Brazilian Culture
Images of Brazilian Music; Samba Police, Austin, TX. Return to Culture
http://www.brazilsf.org/mpb.htm
Música Popular Brasileira
Return to Culture

7. BrazilMax - Website
Coverage of society, culture and destinations. Feature articles, book excerpts, fiction, website reviews Category Regional South America Brazil Society and Culture......Intelligence on Brazil for people who know better Thehip Gringo's guide to brazilian culture and society,
http://www.brazilmax.com/
Intelligence on Brazil for people who know better
The hip Gringo's guide to Brazilian culture and society Back Homepage Forward
Sign-up for the free e-newsletter BrazilMax OnTime
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Jobs in Brazil
MaxQuotes:
The Things They Say
MaxDicas: CDs ... Contact BrazilMax

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e-mail, click here
The Best of Brazil We’re preparing to relaunch BrazilMax. As part of the festivities, we’re conducting a poll of our readers to discover their favorite places and things.
Click here to participate.

The Amazons Have you ever wondered how the Amazon got its name? Have you ever wondered if they’re still out there somewhere? Sure you have. For the scoop, click here We Interrupt Our Regular Programming... ... to bring you this essay about the Tim Lopes case. Funeral services were held a few days ago for Lopes, a Brazilian investigative journalist executed by the Rio de Janeiro drug mafia last month. Rosental Calmon Alves, a Brazilian who holds the Knight Chair in the Journalism Department at the University of Texas at Austin, offers a history lesson on how US investigative reporters reacted to a similar case three decades ago and suggests that maybe somebody should follow suit. (Published July 2002) Click here for more Not Much "Ordem" but a Bit of "Progresso" Reflections on the Penta as made from a German Expat Club.

8. Established In The 1995-96 Academic Year, The Centre For The Study Of Brazilian
Centre for the Study of brazilian culture and Society. Lúcia Cooper Leitora inBrazilian Portuguese Language and Culture. (to be confirmed) Administrator.
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/humanities/pobrst/staffactiv.html
Centre for the Study of Brazilian Culture and Society
Established in the 1995-96 academic year, the Centre for the Study of Brazilian Culture and Society at King's College London is dedicated to the promotion of postgraduate teaching, research, scholarship and dissemination in the field of Brazilian cultural studies, literature and history.
Staff
Research Associates Visiting Scholars Activities ... Contacts
Staff
David Treece (PhD, Liverpool): Director, Reader in Brazilian Studies Nancy P. Naro (PhD, Chicago): Lecturer in Brazilian History Lúcia Cooper Leitora in Brazilian Portuguese Language and Culture (to be confirmed) Administrator Sean Stroud (MA, London): Archivist and Research Associate
Research Associates Robert Howes (PhD, London): Literary and cultural relations between Brazil and Portugal Thaïs Cristófaro Silva (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; PhD, London): Phonology of Portuguese Visiting Scholars Profa Lygia Bellini (Universidade Federal da Bahia, 1999): Cultural relations between Indians and Jesuits in the colonial period João Paulo Rodrigues Profa Gislene dos Santos
Activities
Research programme on Brazilian Popular Music , including the developmentof an Archive of Brazilian Popular Music, seminars and publications.

9. Centre For The Study Of Brazilian Culture And Society
Brazil… Chewed in the warm deliciousness of the peanut… Spoken in a kiddish tongueOf uncertain words in a honeyed melancholic swaying drawl… They emerge
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/depsta/humanities/pobrst/poemIng.html
Brazil…
Chewed in the warm deliciousness of the peanut…
Spoken in a kiddish tongue
Of uncertain words in a honeyed melancholic swaying drawl…
They emerge slow cool mashed by my good teeth…
They moisten my lips which scatter kisses
And then they innocent/y mouth the prayers of good descent... Brazil beloved not because it is my Fatherlands Fatherland are an accident of migrations and of where God chooses to give us our daily bread…
The pleasure of my hours of The rest, swaying of my songs, my loves, my dances Brazil that is me because it's my funny way of expressing things Because it's my leisurely way of feeling Because it's the way learn my money, the way I eat and sleep. Mario de Andrade, "The poet eats peanuts"

10. ··········José Caldas©··········Photography···Brazil·
Specializing in brazilian culture and tourism, nature, industry, transportation, and agriculture. Stock and assignment work. Based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
http://www.josecaldas.fot.br/

11. Capoeira And Brazilian Culture Links
Links Page. Here are some links to our favorite places. artecapoeira.com Thisour capoeira site. Check it out for class information, events and photos.
http://www.capoeira-shop.com/links_page.html
Capoeira-Shop capoeira pants capoeira shirts and tops Capoeira music and instruments ... Shopping Cart Links Page Here are some links to our favorite places
artecapoeira.com

This our capoeira site. Check it out for class information, events and photos. Abada Capoeira - Mestre Camisa
The official website of our group. Here you can find information about upcoming events, news and articles about Abada Capoeira. Berimbau magazine
The most updated magazine/ web portal on the world of capoeira. (in portuguese). International Capoeira Angola Foundation
The best site for Angoleiros. The ICAF is the main international capoeira angola organization. Information about classes worldwide in the affiliates section. Capoeiragem.com
The newest english-language capoeira portal is site is loaded with useful information yet it is very easy to navigate. Check it out if you are looking for capoeira classes in you area (they have a worldwide database) or songs' lyrics. Guide to Bahia
Planning a trip to capoeira homeland? Check out this site loaded with info about Salvador: from where to stay to how to stay out of trouble, where to go dancing, weather, beaches..

12. Brazilian Culture
These pages are devoted to brazilian culture. Here you'll find information aboutBrazilian literature, music, cinema, writers, singers, composers.
http://www3.bc.sympatico.ca/braziliana/itsculture.html
Brazil: Its culture
Contents of This Page Books to Read
The Music of Brazil

The Cinema of Brazil

Books to Read:
History, Literary Criticism,
Fiction, Poetry
ABOUT BRAZIL
  • The Brazilians , by Joseph Page (1996) Little Brazil: An Ethnograpy of

  • Brazilian Immigrants in New York City
    , by Maxine Margolis (Princeton University Press, 1993)
  • Brazil: Five Centuries of Change , by Thomas E. Skidmore (1999) A Concise History of Brazil , Cambridge Concise Histories (1999) The Brazil Reader: History, Culture, Politics Brazil Built: The Architecture of the Modern Movement in Brazil , by Zilah Quezado Deckker (2000)
GUIDE BOOKS
  • Insight Guides: Brazil (APA Publications) Lonely Planet Brazil , by Nick Selvy, Andrew Draffen Rough Guide Brazil , by D. Cleary, D. Jenkins, O. Marshall, J. Hine

LITERARY
CRITICISM
  • Brazilian Fiction: Aspects and Evolution of Contemporary Narrative , by Robert E. DiAntonio [The University of Arkansas Press, 1989] The Muffled Cries: The Writer and Literature in Authoritarian Brazil: 1964-1985 , by Nancy T. Baden [University of America Press, 1999]

13. BRAZZIL - News From Brazil - Brazilian Culture Today (art, Literature, Poetry, M
Back to our cover. Culture Shock. In movies, plays, music, art, andliterature, the brazilian culture continues more alive than ever.
http://www.brazzil.com/cvrfeb97.htm
Culture Shock
In movies, plays, music, art, and literature, the Brazilian culture continues more alive than ever. Brazilians have never bought as many books as in recent years and there are a number of movies being made and released right now which deal with Brazilian historical facts and cultural values. New playwrights have been able to fill up theaters all over the country and new poets are finding out their own voice and a public to listen to them.
Rodolfo Espinoza
    Any English-speaking individual a little more distracted taken unaware to a Brazilian big city might never notice he left home. Several radio stations seem to ignore any other music but American hits and other less than successful tunes. On cable, people are served the diet Americans are used to, including CNN, HBO and MTV. In movie theaters more than 60 percent of films being shown are from Hollywood. (In the first week of January, for example, of 29 movies being shown in Rio, 18 were American — including Space Jam Daylight and 101 Dalmatians — 3 from England, 3 from France, 2 from Spain, 2 from Italy, 1 from Iran, from Brazil.) They have been translated into Portuguese, but among the 10 best-sellers list are books by Ken Follet, Sam Shepard, Morris West, Scott Adams, and James Redfield. Not to mention the McDonald's, Jacks in the Box and shops naming themselves with cute little English-sounding names and the Walt Disney characters spread all over.

14. Afro Brazilian Culture
Click Here Português This site is dedicated to the preservation and promotionof the Afro brazilian culture, its history and its artists.
http://www.brazilianmusic.com/aabc/cult.html
Português This site is dedicated to the preservation and promotion
of the Afro Brazilian Culture, its history and its artists. If you have material to be published here like
photos, stories, historical facts, please, send us E Mail with your contributions. Featured Sites Looking for Afro-Brazilian related books, CDs or Videos?
You will find it at Amazon.com. Tip: type Afro Brazil or
author or artist name on the keywords field. Search: Books Popular Music Classical Music Video Enter keywords...
Also visit Brazilian Music Images of Brazil Images of Brazilian Music 20 Exemplary cases ... SUGGESTIONS PAGE An initiative Preserving and propagating
Afro Brazilian Culture
incentivating and promoting its artists. HOME
Brazilianmusic.com

15. GRES SambaLa'
A nonprofit organization promoting brazilian culture. Information on samba classes and related events.
http://www.sambala.org
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16. Afro Brazilian Culture Sites
Photos and bio. Afro America Black Pages in Bahia Brazil A very nice site aboutEvents, Organizations, people and history of Afro-brazilian culture.
http://www.brazilianmusic.com/aabc/cult1.html
Português Irmandade de Nossa Senhora da Boa Morte
A very old black women organization in the city of Cachoeira,
Bahia. Preserving the afro-bahian religious aspects of its culture. Ilé Axé Opô Afonjá
Site about candomblé, a religion brought from Africa to Brazil.
Very informative. Afro-Brazilian Literature
Site dedicated to Afro-Brazilian Literature and its writers. Adhemar Ferreira da Silva
A Golden Brazilian.
The only Brazilian ever to win two gold medals in Olympic Games.
Photos and bio. Afro America Black Pages in Bahia - Brazil
A very nice site about Events, Organizations,
people and history of Afro-Brazilian Culture. Manuel Raimundo Querino The first African Brazilian Historian. A founding member of the Bahian Geographical and Historical Institute, he synthesized many of his conclusions in the important essay he wrote in 1918, "The African Contribution to Brazilian Civilization". Afro Brazilian Heroes Meet some of them. In Portuguese. Capoeira A short historical introduction to this dance/martial art brought to Brazil by Angolians in the 16th century.

17. The Diversity Coalition:: Brazilian Culture Documents
brazilian culture. Brazilian Cultural Resources. Please click below on any ofthe links to find information and articles about brazilian culture.
http://www.diversitycoalition.org/cat/172
Home Brazilian Culture Search - Entire Website - - All Brazilian Culture Documents - for help
Brazilian Cultural Resources
Please click below on any of the links to find information and articles about Brazilian culture. If you have an additional article or resource to add to the list, please contact Colleen Daley at the Diversity Coalition at cdaley@tap.mlac.org Sort By: Title Date Brazil's "Most Vulnerable Groups" Brazilian Immigration Information

18. Brazilian Studies Program - Cultural Institutions
Translate this page Museu Imperial, Museu Villa-Lobos. The Program, Courses, Faculty, Study in Brazil,Events, brazilian culture, Brazil in the News, Brazilian Media, Links, Contactus.
http://www.georgetown.edu/sfs/programs/clas/Brazil/culture.html
Brazilian Studies Program CULTURE Cultural Foundations, Centers of Research and Museums, Academia Brasileira de Letras Museu da República Arquivo Nacional do Brasil Museu de Arte Moderna do Rio de Janeiro ... Associação Brasileira de Ciência Política I racambi Rainforest Research Center Articles and Links on Arts, Culture and Society in Brazil Diva Moreira on Race Brazil - USA Projeto AXE - Salvador BA The Program Courses ... Directories

19. Portuguese
231. brazilian culture and Civilization (3) Professor Moniz. 421, 422.Topics in AfroLuso-brazilian culture (3, 3) Professor Moniz.
http://www.georgetown.edu/undergrad/bulletin/127courses.html
Undergraduate Bulletin 2002-2003 Table of Contents Course Nos. Course Level Undergraduate students only Upperclass Undergraduates Upperclass Undergraduates/Graduates Graduate students
Portuguese
(PORT)
Associate Professors:
Moniz, Rameh Assistant Professor:
Santos Adjunct Associate Professors:
Lage, Rodrigues Lecturer:
Flannery All courses are conducted in Portuguese unless indicated otherwise.
Professor Moniz and Santos These courses are designed as an accelerated introduction to Portuguese for students already possessing a strong (i.e., advanced level) knowledge of Spanish. 011. Intensive Basic Portuguese (6)
Professor Rameh This course presents the student with the essentials of Portuguese grammar, while simultaneously developing the student's ability to speak, comprehend, read, and write in Portuguese. 032. Intensive Intermediate Portuguese (6)
Professor Rameh This course emphasizes more advanced levels of language structure, while developing further the student's ability to speak, comprehend, read, and write in Portuguese.
Professor Santos and Staff Prerequisite: Portuguese 011, 012, or the equivalent.

20. Brasil Hoje: Contemporary Brazilian Culture Through Media
Portuguese 37. Brasil hoje Contemporary brazilian culture throughMedia. Clémence JouëtPastré Location Meeting time TTh 230
http://icg.harvard.edu/5024
Fall 2002
Syllabus
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Portuguese 37
Brasil hoje: Contemporary Brazilian Culture through Media
Clémence Jouët-Pastré
Location:
Meeting time: TTh 2:30-4:00
Exam group: 16, 17
Catalog number: 5024
Calendar and Announcements
Friday, April 04, 2003 There are no announcements for today. Click here to sign up for Portuguese 37.
An examination of contemporary Brazil as presented in the Portuguese-language press, television, literature, and film. Students will analyze the ways Brazilians and non-Brazilians construct different and conflicting images of Brazil and Brazilianess. Issues of race relations, national identity, ethnicity, and gender will be adressed. Discussions will be based on historical and literary texts, advertisements, films, videotapes of Brazilian television, and current issues of newpapers and magazines. A systematic grammer review is included.
Web contact: Clemence Jouet-Pastre
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