Benjamin Junge

  Benjamin Junge is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at the State University of New York-New Paltz. He is a cultural anthropologist with theoretical specialization in the study of gender, social movements, citizenship, and participatory democracy. His research interests concern the relationship between gender and citizen identity within low-income, urban communities in contemporary Brazil.



Patricia Schor

  Patricia Schor is a PhD candidate at Utrecht University. She holds a BA from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation – São Paulo, and an MA from the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, with a thesis on Afro-Brazilian religions and emancipation. After her MA, she worked for five years at Oxfam-Novib, as Programme Officer Lusophone Africa. Her PhD research focuses on the continuities and reconfigurations of the Portuguese empire in the contemporary narratives of the Portuguese language,...



Rosangela Pereira

Scholarship in Produtividade em Pesquisa CNPq (Brazilian National Council for Scientific and Technological Development) - Graduated at the School of Nutrition, the Universidade Federal Fluminense (1977), Master's degree in Public Health from Fundação Oswaldo Cruz (1992) and PhD in Public Health (2000) from Fundação Oswaldo Cruz. Has experience in Public Health, focusing on Epidemiology, acting on the following subjects: nutritional epidemiology, dietary intake and nutritional status, cancer...



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