CULTURE

By RICARDO IANNACE: Presentation of the recently released book, organized by Nádia Battella Gotlib
By FERNANDO LIONEL QUIROGA: The character Jack represents the neurosis of neoliberal man in its embryonic stage. Samuel is the neoliberal subject, forty years later, who appears on screen
By LUCAS PAOLILLO: Commentary on the film by Eduardo Escorel
By HUGO QUINTA: Commentary on the book by Ulisses Capozzoli, an account of the editor's life
By SOLENI BISCOUTO FRESSATO: The fabulous city of Macondo: an allegory of Latin America
By ANTONIO RIBEIRO ALMEIDA JR.: Preface to the recently released book by Felipe Scalisa de Oliveira on human rights violations at the USP Faculty of Medicine
By ALEXANDRE DE OLIVEIRA TORRES CARRASCO: Two songs, two interpretations that show us how the limit of life is being an imitation of life itself. Sometimes there is more truth in the imitation than in the original
By LUCIA SERRANO PEREIRA: Commentary on the film by Wim Wenders
By LUIZ WERNECK VIANNA: Excerpts from the interview given to Ricardo Musse, on the occasion of the book launch
By AFRANIO CATANI: Commentary on the book “Walking on Ice”, by Werner Herzog
By JOSÉ GERALDO COUTO: Commentary on the film by Luiz Fernando Carvalho, showing in cinemas
By YURI MARTINS-FONTES & MARCELO ROBERTO DIAS: Entry from the “Dictionary of Marxism in America”
By EUGENIO BUCCI: The main public protest in the city of São Paulo candidly took place inside a museum
By VANDERLEI TENÓRIO: Commentary on the film by Charlotte Wells
By VINÍCIUS DE FIGUEIREDO: Reflections on the work of Rubens Rodrigues Torres Filho
By JOÃO LANARI BO: Commentary on the film directed by Kaouther Ben Hania
By VINÍCIUS SÃO PEDRO: And that's how the perfect couple followed the mass evacuation of their followers in disbelief (yes, life can be ironically cruel)
By FÁBIO FONSECA DE CASTRO: Commentary on Mujica Lainez's novel
By GASPAR PEACE: Article published in the recently released collection, coordinated by Francisco Celso Calmon
By JOSÉ GERALDO COUTO: Commentary on the documentary directed by Ana Rieper
CULTURE
By RICARDO IANNACE: Presentation of the recently released book, organized by Nádia Battella Gotlib
By FERNANDO LIONEL QUIROGA: The character Jack represents the neurosis of neoliberal man in its embryonic stage. Samuel is the neoliberal subject, forty years later, who appears on screen
By LUCAS PAOLILLO: Commentary on the film by Eduardo Escorel
By HUGO QUINTA: Commentary on the book by Ulisses Capozzoli, an account of the editor's life
By SOLENI BISCOUTO FRESSATO: The fabulous city of Macondo: an allegory of Latin America
By ANTONIO RIBEIRO ALMEIDA JR.: Preface to the recently released book by Felipe Scalisa de Oliveira on human rights violations at the USP Faculty of Medicine
By ALEXANDRE DE OLIVEIRA TORRES CARRASCO: Two songs, two interpretations that show us how the limit of life is being an imitation of life itself. Sometimes there is more truth in the imitation than in the original
By LUCIA SERRANO PEREIRA: Commentary on the film by Wim Wenders
By LUIZ WERNECK VIANNA: Excerpts from the interview given to Ricardo Musse, on the occasion of the book launch
By AFRANIO CATANI: Commentary on the book “Walking on Ice”, by Werner Herzog
By JOSÉ GERALDO COUTO: Commentary on the film by Luiz Fernando Carvalho, showing in cinemas
By YURI MARTINS-FONTES & MARCELO ROBERTO DIAS: Entry from the “Dictionary of Marxism in America”
By EUGENIO BUCCI: The main public protest in the city of São Paulo candidly took place inside a museum
By VANDERLEI TENÓRIO: Commentary on the film by Charlotte Wells
By VINÍCIUS DE FIGUEIREDO: Reflections on the work of Rubens Rodrigues Torres Filho
By JOÃO LANARI BO: Commentary on the film directed by Kaouther Ben Hania
By VINÍCIUS SÃO PEDRO: And that's how the perfect couple followed the mass evacuation of their followers in disbelief (yes, life can be ironically cruel)
By FÁBIO FONSECA DE CASTRO: Commentary on Mujica Lainez's novel
By GASPAR PEACE: Article published in the recently released collection, coordinated by Francisco Celso Calmon
By JOSÉ GERALDO COUTO: Commentary on the documentary directed by Ana Rieper