Brazilians Special Kind of Blindness: They Can’t See They Are Racist

University of Arizona anthropologist Jennifer Roth-Gordon spent 10 days in Brazil leading up to ...

Asprational Power

Brazil’s Rule-Taker Role and Its Inability to Become a Rule Maker

Book Review: Aspirational Power: Brazil on the Long Road to Global Influence by David ...

Luis Fernando Veríssimo

World Interest in New Brazil Leads to More Translations of Brazilian Authors

A growing number of Brazilian literary works have been translated into other languages and ...

Dom Casmurro by Machado de Assis

100 Books You Must Read to Understand Brazil. Or Not.

Bravo! Magazine has compiled a list with one-hundred essential books in Portuguese. Similar lists ...

Brazil Eliminates Taxes on Books

Brazil’s goverment decision to  eliminate taxes on the production, sale, and importation of books ...

A Plan to Make Brazilians Read

On the average, a Brazilian reads less than 2 books per year; 1.8 books ...

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