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"The arrest of Lula and the Jordis in the Brazilian and Spanish press"

About the talk: pdf

Date and Time:

22 Abril 2024

6pm-7:30pm (CEST/UCT+2 Time Zone)

Location: In-person event at the Centre of Discourse Studies (Plaça del Bonsuccés, 7, entresuelo 6, 08001 Barcelona) with option of attending online (Zoom)

Language: Spanish

This is a free event, but registration is required:

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Isabel Travancas is associate Professor at the School of Communication of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. She has a degree in journalism from Pontifícia Universidade Católica - PUC-Rio, a Master in Social Anthropology from Museu Nacional da UFRJ, and a PhD in Comparative Literature from UERJ. Her research has an anthropological perspective and deals with topics such as: journalism, literature, television, reading and editorial, love, and political letters. The latter deal with the correspondence of Lula in Brazil and Jordi Cuixart and Jordi Sanchez in Barcelona in prison. She is the author of the books: O mundo dos jornalistas (1993), O livro no jornal (2001), Juventude e televisão (2005) and A experiência da leitura entre adolescentes do Rio de Janeiro e Barcelona (2021). She has published articles in Brazilian and Spanish magazines and books.

Elisenda Ardévol is full professor at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya in the field of Social and Cultural Anthropology. She is a member of the interdisciplinary research group Mediacions: critical studies en Culture, design and Networks Communication and collaborates with different Master and PhD programs. She has numerous scientific publications and extensive research experience in national and international projects. Her main lines of research are in visual and digital anthropology and media, with special emphasis on methodological innovation in ethnography and qualitative methodologies. Recently she has worked on creative practices, activism, environmental crisis, and digital storytelling.

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