Category Archives: Interviews

Interview with Marcelo Torelly

Marcelo D. Torelly has served as adviser on issues of Transitional Justice to the Brazilian Ministry of Justice and as manager of the Transitional Justice Exchange and Development Program (a joint project of Brazil’s federal government and the UN Development … Continue reading

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Interview with James Green

Dr. James Green is Professor of History and Brazilian Studies at Brown University. He works on the political, social, and cultural history of nineteenth and twentieth-century Brazil. His books include: We Cannot Remain Silent: Opposition to the Brazilian Military Dictatorship in … Continue reading

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Interview with Anthony Pereira

Dr. Anthony Pereira is a professor of Political Science and director of Brazilian Studies at King’s College in London. He is the author of Political (In)justice: Authoritarianism and the Rule of Law in Brazil, Chile, and Argentina (2005). His research … Continue reading

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Interview with Professor Márcia Bernardes

Dr. Márcia Bernardes is a professor of law with the Center for Human Rights at the PUC-RJ. While her primary specialty is on gender rights, she has closely followed the transitional justice process unfolding in Brazil, and the role of … Continue reading

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Interview with Professor Idelber Avelar

Idelber Avelar is a professor at Tulane University who specializes in contemporary Latin American fiction, literary theory, and cultural studies. He is the author of The Letter of Violence: Essays on Narrative, Ethics, and Politics (2004) and The Untimely Present: … Continue reading

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