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Things Think of Us – Luiz Eduardo Soares

Things Think of Us
Translation, festa, social movements, violence and art
Luiz Eduardo Soares
I. Translation and the de-naturing of language

The rural workers whose story I researched during the 1970’s in the Amazonian territory region of the State of Maranhão, were not aware that there were several languages in the world. When they found out, they were […]

Juventude empreendedora

Definida por seu criador, Marcus Faustini, como um “projeto estético”, a Agência Redes para a Juventude começou a surgir em 2010 e desde então tem se firmado como uma metodologia que possibilita a jovens moradores das periferias transformar suas ideias em projetos. Em 2014, a Agência virou The Agency, consolidando uma parceria com a […]

(Português) Palavra e ritmo: tradução da rua para o palco

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(Português) Adaptações de Shakespeare na favela

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(Português) Nós do Morro, um percurso na memória afetiva do Vidigal

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(Português) Shakespeare: um clássico brasileiro

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(Português) Oficina Vik Sivalingam no Nós do Morro

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(Português) Dois dias com Macbeth em São Paulo

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(Português) Todo homem é uma ilha, cada cultura é um continente – Mércio P. Gomes

 

 

 

 

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May the spirit of John Donne look down on me in serenity – and may his fellow living Britons momentarily hold back their righteous judgement – as I respectfully depart from the timeless meaning of the poet´s verse to propose the unfathomable insularity of man, the multifarious, continental nature of culture, […]

Global Interests in the Shakespearean World – Jerry Brotton

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The ultimate subject of this paper on cultural exchange is Shakespeare. This is because he has become such a ubiquitous global icon that is possible to use him to think about exchanges between cultures within both his own, early modern moment of history (the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries) and […]