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Florestan Fernandes and Interpretations of Brazil
(SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC, 2011)
Essays that became known as ""interpretations of Brazil"" appeared mostly between the proclamation of the Republic in 1889 and the spurt in academic life in the 1930s and later. These essays sought an overall analysis of ...
THE HISTORICAL DICTIONARY OF PORTUGUESE OF BRAZIL: LEXICAL TESTIMONY OF PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE IN COLONIAL BRAZIL
(Red Iberoamericana Terminologia-riterm, 2015-01-01)
The Historical Dictionary of Portuguese of Brazil - XVI, XVII and XVIII centuries (DHPB) is a reference work built upon a database composed of texts from the XVI, XVII, XVIII and beginning of the XIX centuries written about ...
The contributions of SBQ for the graduate programs in chemistry
(Soc Brasileira QuimicaSao PauloBrasil, 2007)
Language policy in Brazil: Monolingualism and linguistic prejudice
The purpose of this article is to analyse the linguistic situation in Brazil and to discuss the relationship between Portuguese and the 200 other languages, about 170 indigenous, spoken in the country. It focuses on three ...
Ecology and conservation of the jacutinga Pipile jacutinga in the Atlantic Forest of Brazil
The jacutinga Pipile jacutinga was formerly one of the most abundant game bird cracids in the Atlantic forest of Brazil. Nowadays this species is vulnerable to extinction due to hunting and habitat loss. The ecology of the ...
PAINTING OF HISTORY IN BRAZIL OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: INTRODUCTORY PANORAMA
(Libreria Cientifica MedinaceliMadridEspanha, 2009)
Representations of rural primary school in Brazil (Sao Paulo, 1933-1943)
(Queens Univ, Fac Education, 2016-01-01)
This text consists of a study on representations of rural primary schools in Brazil, especially of the state of Sao Paulo, in seeking to understand how the images contributed to strengthen the contempt towards rural school ...
Eriosorus areniticola (Pteridaceae), a New Species from Brazil
(AMER FERN SOC INC, 2008)
We describe and illustrate a new species, Eriosorus areniticola, and compare it with E. myriophyllus, the species to which it is most similar. This new species is endemic to southeastern and southern Brazil. It resembles ...
Intellectuals and Japanese Buddhism in Brazil
(NANZAN INST RELIGION CULTURE, 2008)
This study concentrates on the discovery of Japanese Buddhism by Brazilian intellectuals as a group of spiritual practices and as a body of spiritual wisdom. The study has been realized through readings and meetings with ...
Mapping hazard risk: A case study of Ubatuba, Brazil
Steep slopes in subtropical zones are always at risk from landslides. The risk greatly increases when there is rapid, unplanned urban growth. This has happened at Ubatuba on the Brazilian coast - tourism-related development ...