O Hub55 tem o prazer de realizar parceria com a Universidade de Yale em uma nova série de podcasts de Yale e Brasil relacionada a colaborações. A série destaca conversas aprofundadas com professores, ex-alunos e pesquisadores sobre uma variedade de tópicos relacionados ao Brasil, incluindo ciências, artes e humanidade.
This episode in Yale and Brazil podcast features a conversation with legal theorist Luna van Brussel Barroso. She is the author of publications dealing with topics such as internet law, fake news, and the intersection between law and technological development. In this interview, she discusses her LLM thesis at Yale and her views on the role of the law in an online world
This episode in Yale and Brazil podcast features a conversation with full professor of Early Modern History at the Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Júnia Ferreira Furtado. She is author of numerous publications on various aspects of Early Modern Luso-Brazilian-French History and African History, on topics as history of cartography, history of science, diplomacy, slavery and gender. In the interview, she discusses her project at Yale: a new book, focused on the voyage that two Brazilian priests took to the Kingdom of Dahomey, in the western Africa, at the end of the 18th century.
This episode in the Yale and Brazil podcast features a conversation with associate professor of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature at Universitat de Barcelona, Max Hidalgo Nácher. He has analyzed the interconnections between different national literatures and, since 2015, has been studying the work of Haroldo de Campos. In the interview, professor Max also discusses his work, the interest in the work of Haroldo de Campos, the Week of Modern Art of 1922 and the exchanges of influences between center and periphery in world literature.
This episode in the Yale and Brazil podcast features a conversation with professor Kenneth David Jackson. With a decades-long interest in Brazilian Literature, Mr. Jackson talks about his studies with critic Antônio Cândido, his work with poet Haroldo de Campos, and the Portuguese in Brazil Summer Program, in which he took Yale students to study Portuguese language and literature in loco in Brazil. And discusses his latest book, Cannibal Angels, that analyses the Modern Art Week held in Brazil in 1922.
This episode in the Yale and Brazil podcast features a conversation with Yale alumna, Dr. Silvia Nunes Szente Fonseca ’90 MPH. She received her medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo and is currently the corporate director of infectious diseases at the Hapvida Health System. In this podcast, she describes her collaborations and relationships with students and faculty at Yale and how Yale has impacted her career.
Neste podcast, a jornalista Estela Cangerana entrevista o professor Benedito Fonseca, ex-aluno de Yale e graduado pela Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo (USP). O professor Benedito Fonseca participou da série de seminários on-line "Apoiando a Pesquisa Científica do Futuro" em Yale e no Brasil em 23 de fevereiro. Assista ao vídeo do seminário e saiba mais sobre a série aqui.In this podcast, journalist Estela Cangerana interviews Professor Benedito Fonseca, a Yale alumnus and a graduate of the University of São Paulo (USP) School of Medicine. Professor Benedito Fonseca was featured as part of the Yale and Brazil ‘Supporting Future Science Research’ webinar series on February 23. Watch the webinar video and learn more about the webinar series here.
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