Britain and Brazil II: Welcome and The British in Brazil I

Institute of Latin American Studies

Britain and Brazil II: Political, Economic, Social, Cultural and Intellectual Relations, 1808 to the present

Welcome

Professor Linda Newson (Director, Institute of Latin American Studies)
Mr Alan Charlton (ILAS, Robin Humphreys Fellow)
Professor Leslie Bethell (ILAS Honorary Research Fellow and King's College Visiting Professor)

The British in Brazil I

Chair: Leslie Bethell (Brazil Institute KCL)

Stephen Bell (UCLA)

The Historical Geography of British Influence in Southern Brazil, 1850-1950

In collaboration with Institute of Latin American Studies and King's College London. Sponsored by the Embassy of Brazil in London and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office.

Author: 
School of Advanced Study, University of London
Speaker(s): 
Professor Linda Newson (Director, Institute of Latin American Studies), Mr Alan Charlton (ILAS, Robin Humphreys Fellow), Professor Leslie Bethell (ILAS Honorary Research Fellow and King's College Visiting Professor), Professor Linda Newson (Director, Institute of Latin American Studies) Mr Alan Charlton (ILAS, Robin Humphreys Fellow) Professor Leslie Bethell (ILAS Honorary Research Fellow and King's College Visiting Professor)
Event date: 
Thursday, 10 March 2016 - 12:00am
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