Connections III Global and Transnational History Seminar - Session II: Histórias conectadas, histórias integradas: Brasil e Argentina em busca de um terceiro no século XIX
Fundação Getulio Vargas, Praia de Botafogo, 190, Auditório, 1027 - 14/04/2016 - 14:00 - 16:00
In recent decades, under the title of global or transnational, new historiographical debates and theoretical and methodological approaches of the social sciences, produced in the North Atlantic axis, took shape by reflecting the new globalization phenomenon, accelerated since the 1970s. On the South, at the same time, rather than simply importing these new approaches to the reading of History and renewing a parochial relationship with Europe or the United States, scholars have been developing new lines of thought which are not limited to Nation-State political boundaries.
 
Therefore, research in the North and in the South of the so called Western world have known new questionings and revaluated connections and exchanges between societies, cultures and spaces that have been so far underestimated or disregarded.
 
The main goal of this seminar is to create a forum at FGV’s School of Social Sciences that could become not only a space for researchers to present studies from the perspectives previously mentioned, but also to understand the relationships and create bridges of dialogue between different new practices of research in social sciences and to contribute to a greater internationalization of Brazilian academia.
 
 
História conectadas, histórias integradas: Brasil e Argentina em busca de um terceiro no século XIX
 
Professor Maria Verónica Secreto, Federal Fluminense University,will give the second lecture presenting her paper “Histórias conectadas, histórias integradas: Brasil e Argentina em busca de um terceiro no século XIX”, published at the journal Revista Brasileira de História, v.34, p. 89-99, 2014, - followed by a debate session with professors Alexandre Moreli (Centro de Relações Internacionais/FGV) and Diego Galeano (PUC-RIO). 
 
Secreto has a Ph. D. in Economy from UNICAMP and is currently a professor at the history department at Federal Fluminense University. Her academic interests include agroenvironmental history, compared history, labor history and slavery history. Her publications include: “Fronteiras em movimento. História Comparada Argentina e Brasil no século XIX.” (2012) e “Soldados da Borracha. Trabalhadores entre o sertão e a Amazônia no Governo Vargas” (2007).
 
The event will take place on April 14th, from 2pm to 4pm at auditorium 1027 - 10th floor

For more information on all the sessions of the seminar, click here.

 

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