Events in 2009

We hosted ten seminars in 2009 with academics from the UK, Japan, and Canada. It was also in 2009 that we held the opening of our “Dialogues with the Brazilian Diaspora” Seminars.

30 September 2009

“Gênero e sexualidade na migração brasileira” by Else Vieira (Queen Mary, University of London)

25 August 2009

“A recente crise econômica e os efeitos sobre os migrantes brasileiros no Japão” by Edson Ioshiaqui Urano (Sophia University, Tokyo)

13 August 2009

“Religions in the Brazilian Diaspora” by Paul Freston (Balsillie School of International Affairs and Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada)

“Language and Identity Issues in Brazilian Faith Settings in London” by Ana Souza (Goldsmiths, University of London)

9 July 2009

“Japanese, Brazilian or Asian? Japanese Brazilians on the move between Brazil , Japan and Australia” by Cristina Rocha , University of Western Sydney

“An approach to the Brazilian immigration in Spain” by Leonardo Cavalcanti, Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona

23 June 2009

“Political, Economic and Social Transnational ties: Brazilian in Milan and London” by Edmar da Rocha

26 May 2009

“O processo de fixação do migrante brasileiro em Londres e a importância das práticas cotidianas para a elaboração da sua identidade.” by Gustavo Dias

29 April 2009

“Brazilians in London: a socio-economic profile” by Yara Evans

25 March 2009

“From a Multicultural Country to a Cosmopolitan City: Brazilians in London” by Cléverson Souza

25 February 2009

“In Search of Brazilians Abroad: Reviewing Contemporary Brazilian Emigration” by Graça Brightwell

27 January 2009

Opening Seminar about Brazilian Immigration in the UK: ‘Dialogues with the Brazilian Diaspora’

“Agency and Transnationalism: Equal Treatment and Opportunities among Latin American Youth Immigrants in London and Milan” by Edmar da Rocha

“Brazilian Ethnicity Consumption: being, belonging and becoming in the UK” by Luís Aguiar

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