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Cancer Prevention in Brazil

A Socio-Conceptual-Moral History of Medical Concepts

Luiz Alves Araújo Neto

to study health and medical field concepts. Following the case of cancer prevention in Brazil, I argue that both approaches can offer insightful methods to analyze conceptual changes in medical thought and their connections with medical practices

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The digitalisation of the music industry in Brazil

A new productive structure, the legal framework and challenges for peripheral music in the digital age

Leonardo De Marchi

The year 2022 was a milestone for the music industry in Brazil. In April, the pop singer Anitta reached the number one position in the Billboard Global parade, placing herself as one of a selected list of international music stars from Brazil

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Indigenous struggles to overturn present-day discrimination and achieve differentiated rights in Roraima, Brazil

Stephen Grant Baines

This article focusses on the efforts by organised Indigenous groups and legal practitioners to realise the affirmations of differentiated Indigenous rights in the State of Roraima in Brazil, that are present in national and international

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Indigenous Leadership, Anthropology and Intercultural Communication for COVID-19 Response in the Rio Negro Indigenous Territory, Brazilian Amazonia

Danilo Paiva Ramos, Alex Shankland, Domingos Barreto, and Renato Athias

Guatemala, Peru and Brazil, their experiences of health service provision both before and during the pandemic have been shaped by racism and other forms of discrimination and exclusion that have deep roots in colonial and post-colonial history ( Burns

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Climate Change and Resilience Perspectives

Brazilian Museums and Their Challenges

Marcus Vinicius Rosário da Silva and Sheila Walbe Ornstein

November 2021), including Brazilian representatives ( UN 2021 ). In Brazil, Law no. 12,187 ( Brasil 2009a ) introduced the theme locally through the National Policy on Climate Change, aiming to make socioeconomic development compatible with the protection

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The Role of Universities in the Protection of Refugees and Other Migrants

A View from Brazil and Latin America

Liliana L. Jubilut

situated and other relevant actors—such as decision makers—locally, regionally, and/or globally. This article presents some of these possibilities both in general and in terms of Brazil and Latin America, drawing on a number of past and ongoing academic

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The Case of Brazil

Coloniality and Pandemic Misgovernance as Necropolitical Tools in the Amazon

Vanessa Boanada Fuchs

By the time I drafted this article, the number of reported deaths caused by the new SARS-CoV-2 virus (coronavirus) in Brazil had surpassed the gruesome mark of half a million people. The detection of the first case of the disease COVID-19 in the

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Neoliberal student activism in Brazilian higher education

The case of ‘Students For Liberty Brasil’

Evandro Coggo Cristofoletti and Milena Pavan Serafim

Over the past ten years, neoliberal and conservative activist organisations have been growing in Brazil, shaping the New Right movement in the country. In the Brazilian context, the neoliberal agenda refers to a series of policies that target the

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Migration as a Response to Internal Colonialism in Brazil

Terry-Ann Jones

São Luis, an island city of close to a million people, located on Brazil’s north coast, 2,700 kilometers away. His cousin whom he was traveling with was among the thousands of seasonal migrants who journey year after year from the northeast to the

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Migrant Souls

Reincarnation, Religious Authority and the Transformations of Druze Identity in Minas Gerais, Brazil

Paulo G. Pinto

The Druze in Minas Gerais, a province in south-eastern Brazil, constitute a religious community created by immigrants from the Middle East in the early twentieth century, now made up of their descendants. While the immigrants lived Druzism as part