Posts tagged ‘Latin American Studies’

03/24/2011

Tomorrow!!! Brasil em pauta na University of Chicago

O Center for Latin America Studies, da Universidade de Illinois em Chicago, apresentará o seminário “Oil, Euphoria and Brazil’s Future: The Politics of Potential and Limitation”.

O palestrante será Norman Gall.

In English: Norman Gall, executive director of the Fernand Braudel Institute of World Economics, which is engaged in research, public debate and social action on Brazil’s institutional problems, with emphasis on education, energy policy and public finance. Norman received the 2010 Maria Moors Cabot Prize from the Columbia University Journalism School for his 50 years of reporting and research on Latin America.

Mr Gall is the editor of the Braudel Papers, a bi-monthly newspaper of research and opinion, published in English, Portuguese and Spanish.
He has been engaged in reporting and research on Latin America since 1961 with his work appearing in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Economist, among others. He has also been consultant to Exxon Corporation (1979), World Bank (1984-85; 1989-90), United Nations (1985), Technoplan (1993).

Será dia 31, próxima sexta-feira, às 17h30, na SS122 – 1126 E 59th St.
The University of Chicago
O evento é gratuito e aberto ao público.

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