Category: Harvard-Brazil Collaboration

Biomedical Spending

I have traveled a lot in recent months, from Phoenix and Salt Lake City to Budapest and Amsterdam. I even purchased a world map, one of those for putting up on your wall…

Quem vai ao Brasil, se apaixona

Since the 1994 founding of the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS), we’ve been able to observe an interesting (yet unsurprising!) phenomenon: the student who…

The Portuguese Language Program

Portuguese language programs are thriving in virtually all U.S. universities, and Harvard is no exception. According to a 2004 report by the Modern Language Association of America…

Land Reform and Community Building

A few minutes before eight, Marquinho runs across the dusty square to invite us to his newly-built house for the evening television novela. But we have already been invited by several other…

Harvard and Brazil

Since our founding in mid-2006, the Brazil Studies Program at Harvard’s David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) and the University’s Brazil Office have worked hand…

George Washington in Minas Gerais

One of the books seized from the Minas conspirators in 1789 was an edition of American documents and state constitutions translated into French and collected under the title Recueil…

Equitable Global Research Collaborations

An American working on scientific research in the Amazon is not an easy thing. First, there is the special research visa and the requirement to remove nothing of the Amazon forest from the…

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