Brazilian-Americans in Georgia and Beyond: a Multi-Disciplinary Symposium
Friday, April 25, 2008
University of Georgia - Georgia Center for Continuing Education, Room Q
Saturday April 26, 2008
Georgia State University – University Center, Rooms 460/465
Did you know that more than fifty thousand Brazilians currently live and work in Georgia? Despite its rapid growth, very little attention has been given to this community. The aim of this symposium is to shed light upon the dynamic presence of Brazilian-Americans, both in Georgia and across the US, and to provide a forum for this community's voice to be heard. Bringing together scholars, artists, community leaders, and government representatives, this two day collaborative event (between UGA and GSU) is comprised of 5 panels, 2 keynote talks, a film screening, book readings, Brazilian music, and the participation of Adalnio Senna Ganem, the new Brazilian Consul General in Atlanta.
Additional Event Notes
This event is co-sponsored and organized by both University of Georgia's Latin American and Caribbean Studies Institute, and Georgia State University Center for Latin American and Latino/a Studies:
Registration is free and open to the public, but spaces are limited!
For more info regarding schedule and registration see www.rom.uga.edu/news.html
Para mais informações sobre o programa do simpósio e inscrição veja www.rom.uga.edu/news.html