Cribelli

GATE Students Visit Department

Last week, Dr. Teresa Cribelli welcomed third, fourth, and fifth graders from the Tuscaloosa County School System to ten Hoor Hall. Dr. Cribelli spoke to them about Brazilian history and culture, including Brazilian food and capoeira, the national martial art, and life as a university professor. The students were part of the Gifted and Talented […]

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Dr. Celso Castilho – “Slave Emancipation and the Transformations in Political Belonging in Nineteenth-century Brazil”

Dr. Celso Castilho, Assistant Professor of History at Vanderbilt University, will deliver a lecture, titled “Slave Emancipation and the Transformations in Political Belonging in Nineteenth-century Brazil,” on Thursday, October 20, from 4-6pm in The Anderson Room (3125 Ferguson Center). Dr. Castilho is the author of Slave Emancipation and Transformations in Brazilian Political Citizenship (2016), and […]

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Department Celebrates Dr. Teresa Cribelli’s New Book

The History Department came together on Thursday, September 22, to celebrate the publication of Dr. Teresa Cribelli’s new book, Industrial Forests and Mechanical Marvels: Modernization in the Nineteenth Century, published this year by Cambridge University Press. The book presents an account of modernization and innovation in nineteenth-century Brazil. Unlike previous scholarship, which described these transformations […]

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O Mundo Negro: Posters from the Brazilian Black Movement, 1978 – 1998

The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and The University of Alabama present: “O Mundo Negro: Posters from the Brazilian Black Movement, 1978 – 1998.” The exhibit will be held at the Birmingham Civil Rights Institute and will run from March 17 to May 28. No admission charged. Event organizers will host an opening night reception on […]

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