I INTERNATIONAL MEETING OF YOUNG RESEARCHERS OF LUSO-BRAZILIAN HISTORY AND CULTURE UNIVERSIDADE AUTÓNOMA DE LISBON

 27 May 2022 - 10:00

For the first time in Lisbon, an International Meeting will bring together master's, doctoral and recent doctoral students to share their ongoing research focused on Luso-Brazilian History and Culture. The aim is to encourage an interdisciplinary dialogue that contributes to the study of different themes, as well as to the establishment of networks and partnerships between researchers from European and Brazilian universities. The event is promoted by the Chair of Luso-Brazilian History and Culture of the Department of History, Arts and Humanities of the Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa (UAL) and will take place on the 27th and 28th of May 2022 in mixed mode (in person and online ), Saturday afternoon will be exclusively online.

access on here to the summary book.

Organizing committee

Juliano Gomes (PhD student UAL)

Nicoli Braga (PhD student UAL)

Rudney Castro (PhD student UAL)

Sabrine Cordeiro (PhD student UAL)

Andrea Imaginary (UAL PhD student)

 

scientific commission

Miguel Figueira de Faria (UAL)
Roberta Stumpf (UAL)
Aline Hall de Beuvink (UAL)
Vera Ferlini (Jaime Cortesão Chair/University of São Paulo)
José Damião Rodrigues (Center for History-University of Lisbon)
Renata Araújo (CHAM – New University of Lisbon)
Regina Celia Lima Xavier (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul)
Fabricio Lyrio Santos (University of Recôncavo Baiano)
Sébastien Rozeaux (Université Toulouse II – Jean Jaures)

 

Program

1st day

10:00 am – Opening

 

10:30 am – 12:30 pm – simultaneous sessions

 

table 1: Women's History - AUDITORIUM 1

Moderator: teacher Doctor Maria Luisa Jacquinet (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

Karine de Fatima Mazarão — New University of Lisbon [PERSENCE]

Gender Relations in Colonial Brazil: an analysis of femininities and masculinities in the Captaincy of São Vicente in the 16th and 17th centuries

Ana Luiza Mendes Verissimo — State University of São Paulo [REMOTE]

The art of midwifery in modern Portugal: continuities and ruptures (18th century)

Andressa Guimarães – Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro [REMOTA]

Demon fulfill my wishes: The construction of the pact in the imagination of a Portuguese nun (1718-1719)

Jeissyane Furtado da Silva — Federal University of Acre [REMOTE]

Colonial control and social empowerment in Brazilian romanticism: The slave woman in the stories of Maria Firmina dos Reis and Machado de Assis

Alla Letticia dos Santos — Federal University of Santa Catarina [PERSENTIAL]

Militancy in perspectives: The role of women during the dictatorships in Brazil and Portugal

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm - debate

 

Table 2: Music and literature – ROOM 83

Moderator: Professor Dr Roberta Stumpf (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link:  https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/86384267372

Elizabeth Olegario Bezerra da Silva — New University of Lisbon [PERSENCE]

dating pages

Sofia Sequeira — New University of Lisbon [REMOTE]

From “invocation” to performatism: a reading of Manuel Bandeira’s work

Sabrinne Cordeiro Barbosa da Silva — Autonomous University of Lisbon

Medievalisms in Brazilian cordel literature: Leandro Gomes de Barros

Maria Schtine Viana — New University of Lisbon [PERSENCE]

Territorialities and language in Corpo de baile, by João Guimarães Rosa

Tanira Rodrigues Soares — LaSalle University [PERSENTIAL]

Textures of memory: remembering, narrating and resignifying

Maria de Jesus Daiane Rufino Leal — Federal University of Piauí [REMOTE]

Definitions of the cultural field in Brazil in the 1960s: experience of the Música Popular column in Jornal dos Sports in Rio de Janeiro

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm - debate

 

LUNCH

 

2pm – 4pm – simultaneous sessions

 

Table 3: art history I  - AUDITORIUM 1

Moderator: Prof. Doctor Miguel Figueira de Faria (Autonomous University of Lisbon - to be confirmed)

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

Fernando Santa Clara Viana Junior — Federal University of Bahia [REMOTE]

From Kingdom to Empire – feeding under the pen and Debret's brushes between 1816 and 1831

Régis Eduardo Martins — Federal University of Minas Gerais [REMOTE]

The Portuguese-Brazilian current house in Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil – Analysis of the results of the circulation of Manueline and Pombaline architectural models on the architectural parties of Ouro Preto urban dwellings in the 18th and 19th centuries

Juliano Gomes — Autonomous University of Lisbon [PERSENTIAL]

Joaquim Machado de Castro and at the mercy of the Habit of Christ (1775-1778)

Nicoli Braga Macedo — Autonomous University of Lisbon [PERSENTIAL]

A plural singularity: Margarida Lopes de Almeida (1896-1983)

15:30 – 16:00 - debate

 

Table 4: Transcontinental Political History – ROOM 83

Moderator: Prof. Doctor José Damião Rodrigues (University of Lisbon)

Link:  https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/86384267372

Guilherme Nogueira Bittar Celestino — King's College London [PERSECT]

Pamphlets by Silva Lisbon in Independence: the attempt to control history

Rudney Castro — Autonomous University of Lisbon [PERSENTIAL]

The Dawn of Liberalism: The Role of the Brotherhoods in the Relationship between State and Church

Luiz Felipe Florentino — University of Lisbon [PERSENCE]

From Brazilian independence to the process of Angune expansion: the context of the south of the Province of Mozambique in the breakdown of the Portuguese colonial empire

Ana Renata do Rosario de Lima Pantoja — University of Évora [REMOTE]

For an ethnography of Portuguese archives: notes on the Popular Rebellion in the Amazon in the 19th century

Nivea Carolina Guimaraes — Federal University of Ouro Preto [REMOTE]

The repercussions of the Miguelista counterrevolution in the Brazilian press (1828-1834)

Thiago Fidelis — State University of Minas Gerais [REMOTA]

The 1964 coup in Brazil by the Portuguese press

15:30 – 16:00 - debate

 

16:00 – 16:30 – coffee break

 

16:30-18:30 – simultaneous sessions

 

table 5: Social history - AUDITORIUM 1

Moderator: Prof. Doctor Beloved Mendes (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

Renan de Oliveira Abrantes– University of Lisbon [PERSENCE]

Exile and exiles: The transport of convicts to the Portuguese colonies (XVI-XVIII)

Igor Bruno Cavalcante dos Santos — Federal University of Ouro Preto [REMOTE]

Family mixtures: concubinage and miscegenation in the region of Sabará (1720-1800)

Simona Costa — Università degli Studi della Tuscia [REMOTE]

Network in evolution in a period of transition: le reti sociali delle élite mercantili di Rio de Janeiro and Vila Rica (Brasile, fine of the 18th century – prima metà of the 19th century)  (presentation in Portuguese)

Israel Aquino Cabreira — Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul [REMOTE]

Composite networks and crossed sociabilities: an operative proposal for network analysis in the Portuguese Overseas Empire

18:00 – 18:30 - debate

 

Table 6: protagonists - ROOM 83                             

Moderator: teacher Doctor Benita Herreros Cleret de Langavant (University of Cantabria)

Link:  https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/86384267372

Ellen Christine Cruz de Lima — University of Minho [PERSENCE]

The colonized portrait: The image of the Brazilian indigenous made by the Portuguese colonizer

Lucas de Lima Silva — Federal Rural University of Pernambuco [REMOTA]

Tabusseram: a colonial Tupi village in northern Iberian Brazil (1589-1645)

Beatrice Rossotti — Fluminense Federal University [REMOTE]

Photographs and the “dressing black” of Bahia and Rio de Janeiro,

in the second half of the 19th century

Guilherme Oliveira da Silva — University of Campinas [REMOTE]

You cannot make war without black people”: O Terço dos Henriques in Angola – 17th century

Vitória Ribeiro — Federal University of São Paulo [REMOTE]

Against those who want to rip everything out of us: the construction of a city project in the press

18:00 – 18:30 - debate

 

18:30 – 19:00 – coffee break

 

19:00 teacher Doctor Iris Kantor (University of Sao Paulo) - AUDITORIUM 1

The investigation of Luso-Brazilian History and Culture in Brazil and Portugal

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

2nd day

11 am to 1 pmsimultaneous sessions

 

table 7: art history two - AUDITORIUM 1

Moderator: teacher Doctor Aline Gallasch-Hall de Beuvink (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

Josiane Nunes Machado Sampaio — University of São Paulo [REMOTE]

Making oneself believe as constitutional: liberal dramas and the transatlantic theatrical scene 1820-1840

Antonio Luciano Morais Melo Filho — Autonomous University of Lisbon [REMOTE]

Representation of Portugal in the exhibition of the Portuguese Exhibition Room of the Dom José Museum, Sobral, Ceará, Brazil (2000)

Natalia Cristina de Aquino Gomes — Federal University of São Paulo [REMOTE]

Luso-Brazilian notes, based on Mário Navarro da Costa and Rodolfo Pinto do Couto: artistic production and articulations between Portugal and Brazil

Leandro da Silva — Lusobrasilidades Project – CITCEM – FLUP, UFMG and UFOP [PERSENCE]

The Azorean-Catarinense culture and its reflections on architecture

12:30 pm – 1 pm – debate

 

Table 8: Official knowledge - AUDITORIUM 3

Moderator: teacher Doctor Nancy Gomes (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link:  https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/85391762389

Anny Barcelos Mazioli — Federal University of Espírito Santo [REMOTE]

The affections of the soul in the suffering of the body: emotions and diseases in medical treatises

Ariel Engel Pesso — University of São Paulo [REMOTE]

Slavery and natural law on both sides of the Atlantic: the reception of Vicente Ferrer Neto Paiva's work in legal courses in 19th century Brazil

Guilherme Guimaraes Martins — Federal University of Juiz de Fora [REMOTE]

Miguel Calmon's political letters: the issue of slavery and

the political model idealized by Miguel Calmon du Pin Almeida.

Arlindo Jose Reis de Souza — University of Lisbon [PERSENCE]

Freyre's orients: orientalist topic and lusotropicalism

Alesson Ramon Rota — University of Campinas [REMOTE]

Intellectual networks between the Americas and Europe: the use of historical narrative as a method of conciliation

Janaina Ferreira dos Santos da Silva — Fluminense Federal University [REMOTE]

Discussions about the text from the Brazilian regional history: the commitment of a historical conscience, the disparity between past and future and the appropriation of the rhetoric of modernity by intellectuals in Goiás (19th and 20th centuries)

12:30 – 13:00 – debate

 

LUNCH

 

2pm – 4pm – simultaneous sessionsALL AFTERNOON SESSIONS WILL BE ONLINE

Table 9: Music and Literature 2

Moderator: Prof. Doctor Renata Araújo (CHAM-New University of Lisbon)

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

Raimundo Cezar Vaz Neto — Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul

Coexistence and separation between Brazilian singers Dalva de Oliveira and Angela Maria, in Revista do Rádio

Oscar Jose de Paula Neto - Federal Fluminense University

On some scattered poems by António Botto in the Brazilian press (1940-1950)

Amanda Alves Miranda Cavalcanti — Federal University of Pernambuco

Evocations of Recife Velho: the historical chronicles of Mário Sette through the airwaves

Mateus Roque da Silva Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais

Postmodernism put in check: José Saramago, Marxism and Total History

Jucelino Viçosa de Viçosa — La Salle University

milonging memories

 

Camila Lordy Costa - Paulista State University

Taba Collection, history and Brazilian music: affections, values and memory in the use of MPB for children in the 1980s

15:30 – 16:00 – debate

 

table 10: memory and identity

Moderator: Prof. Doctor Frédéric Vidal (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/85391762389

 

Priscilla Pinheiro Quirino — University of Lisbon

The Influence of the Portuguese Mythical-Identity Construction on the Sociocultural Construction of the Northeastern Sertão

Thais de Sant'Ana — University of Houston-Clear Lake

Imagining the Luso-Brazilian Nation at the 1922 Centenary International Exhibition in Rio de Janeiro

Natalia da Paz Lage — State University of Rio de Janeiro

THEY ARRIVE!: Portuguese immigration and the formation of the Santa Isabel community in the city of Petrópolis in the first half of the 19th century XX

Leonardo Augusto de Jesus - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Carnivalized Lusitanity: Portuguese in the imagination of Rio de Janeiro's Samba Schools

Maria do Carmo Martins Vido - Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

Carmem Miranda and her Baiana: The construction of a visual identity

15:30 – 16:00 debate

 

4:00 pm to 4:30 pm– coffee break

16:30 – 18:30 – simultaneous sessions

Table 11: administrative history

Moderator: teacher Dr Roberta Stumpf (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

Sergio Moreta Pedraz — University of Salamanca

The governors of the State of Brazil and the State of Maranhão during the years of the Union of Coronas (1580-1640): Personal networks, Circulation and Political development.

Rafael Franzese Salmim — University of São Paulo-Autonomous University of Lisbon

Donatary system and Portuguese nobleman elite: Conflict between the Captaincies of São Vicente and Santo Amaro (1679-1724)

Regis Clemente Quintão - Federal University of Minas Gerais

The Portuguese crown and corruption in the diamond administration

Otavio Vitor Vieira Ribeiro — State University of Rio de Janeiro

Notes on the governors and government of the captaincy of Mato Grosso: appointments, administrations and promotions (1751-1772)

Mateus de Almeida Prado Sampaio - University of Sao Paulo

Amazonian cartography and territorial dispute in the Pombaline period

Felipe William dos Santos Silva - Federal University of Pará

From a secondary position to a historiographical problem: the Directory in the Captaincy of Maranhão (1757-1774)

Alec Ichiro Ito - University of Sao Paulo

On the government of the Portuguese-colonial Empire between the 16th and 17th centuries

18:00 – 18:30 – debate

 

table 12: social trajectories

moderator: Prof. Doctor Frédéric Vidal (Autonomous University of Lisbon)

Link:  https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/85391762389

Ana Beatriz Vargem Pinheiro - Federal Fluminense University

Between “being born noble” and “becoming noble”: dialogues about the nobility in the Portuguese 18th century

Katiane Dutra de Meireles - Minho's university

Research notes on the trajectory of Cardinal D. Nuno da Cunha Ataíde e Mello (1664-1750).

Ana Cristina Campos Rodrigues - Federal Fluminense University

The Goldsmith's Books in the King's Collection: William Dugood and the Royal Library Collection

Guilherme de Mattos Gründling — Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro

The conflicts of the Independence of Brazil in the South of the Americas: the “baptism of blood” of the military Manoel Luís Osório

18:00 – 18:30 – debate

 

18:45 - Closing

Links: https://videoconf-colibri.zoom.us/j/87284423417

 

 

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