Brazil in Berkeley

Photo courtesy of Meg Stalcup (2004).

Spring 2006


The goal of Brazil in Berkeley is to encourage the study and research of Brazilian politics and culture at Berkeley and in the Bay Area. In addition to the public forum, which includes lectures, conferences and cultural activities, CLAS hosts the Rio Branco Visiting Chair of Brazil. These activities have resulted in a transnational working network of Brazilianists.


Ambassador Roberto Abdenur

Roberto Abdenur
"Brazil: The Economy, Trade and U.S. Relations"

Ambassador Roberto Abdenur will discuss the current state of the Brazilian economy as well as its political and trade relationship with the United States.

Roberto Abdenur is the Brazilian Ambassador to the United States. A career diplomat, he was Secretary-General of External Relations from 1993 to 1995 and has served as Ambassador to Austria, Germany, China and Ecuador. He is an experienced negotiator in economic and political forums and has a unique knowledge of Brazil’s complexity and the challenges it faces.

Thursday, March 9, 5:00 pm
Lounge, Women’s Faculty Club
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Brazil in Berkeley


Spring 2006

Rio Branco Forum

Brazil: Culture, Society and Politics
 
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