BOOKS: HISTORY

Talking on the tightrope
Talking on the tightrope
By MARCELO RIDENTI: Considerations on two books: “On a tightrope”, by Daniel Aarão Reis and “About what we don’t talk”,…
60 years since the coup. Generations in struggle
60 years since the coup. Generations in struggle
By GASPAR PAZ: Article published in the recently released collection, coordinated by Francisco Celso Calmon
development factors
development factors
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama and Jared Rubin, where they show that institutions also…
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama & Jared Rubin
Material world – history of the past and future
Material world – history of the past and future
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Considerations about Ed Conway’s book
The left and the blow of 1964
The left and the blow of 1964
By DÊNIS DE MORAES: Presentation of the new edition of the book, recently released
Brazil: a biography
Brazil: a biography
By CARLOS DE NICOLA: Considerations based on the book by Lilia M. Schwarcz & Heloisa M. Starling
What does Portugal have?
What does Portugal have?
By OSVALDO COGGIOLA: Afterword to the book Brief History of Portugal – The Contemporary Era (1807-2020)
Polymaths
Polymaths
By WALNICE NOGUEIRA GALVÃO: The ideal of the intellectual, which encompassed as much knowledge as possible, gradually became…
The atomic threat
The atomic threat
By FELIPE CATALANI: Afterword to the recently published book by Günther Anders
Student occupations of 2016
Student occupations of 2016
By MICHEL GOULART DA SILVA: Preface to the recently released book by Rodrigo Lima
They were the consolation
They were the consolation
By DANIEL BRAZIL: Commentary on the recently released book by Lúcia Helena Gama
Why not socialism?
Why not socialism?
By G. A. COHEN: Introduction to the newly edited book.
Ignorance – a global story
Ignorance – a global story
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on Peter Burke’s recent book
A social history of knowledge
A social history of knowledge
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on Peter Burke’s book
The war against Paraguay in debate
The war against Paraguay in debate
By RODRIGO RICUPERO: Commentary on the book by Ronald León Núñez
Transnational mediations and foreign press published in Brazil
By LUIGI BIONDI, TERCIANE ÂNGELA LUCHESE, VALÉRIA DOS SANTOS GUIMARÃES: Presentation, by the organizers, of the recently launched book
Ignorance: a global story
Ignorance: a global story
By LUIZ MARQUES: Considerations based on Peter Burke’s book
Two books about the Soviet Union
Two books about the Soviet Union
By LENINA POMERANZ: Commentary on the Works of Lincoln Secco and Sheyla Fitzpatrick
BOOKS: HISTORY
Talking on the tightrope
Talking on the tightrope
By MARCELO RIDENTI: Considerations on two books: “On a tightrope”, by Daniel Aarão Reis and “About what we don’t talk”,…
60 years since the coup. Generations in struggle
60 years since the coup. Generations in struggle
By GASPAR PAZ: Article published in the recently released collection, coordinated by Francisco Celso Calmon
development factors
development factors
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama and Jared Rubin, where they show that institutions also…
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
How the world got rich – the historical origins of economic growth
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on the book by Mark Koyama & Jared Rubin
Material world – history of the past and future
Material world – history of the past and future
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Considerations about Ed Conway’s book
The left and the blow of 1964
The left and the blow of 1964
By DÊNIS DE MORAES: Presentation of the new edition of the book, recently released
Brazil: a biography
Brazil: a biography
By CARLOS DE NICOLA: Considerations based on the book by Lilia M. Schwarcz & Heloisa M. Starling
What does Portugal have?
What does Portugal have?
By OSVALDO COGGIOLA: Afterword to the book Brief History of Portugal – The Contemporary Era (1807-2020)
Polymaths
Polymaths
By WALNICE NOGUEIRA GALVÃO: The ideal of the intellectual, which encompassed as much knowledge as possible, gradually became…
The atomic threat
The atomic threat
By FELIPE CATALANI: Afterword to the recently published book by Günther Anders
Student occupations of 2016
Student occupations of 2016
By MICHEL GOULART DA SILVA: Preface to the recently released book by Rodrigo Lima
They were the consolation
They were the consolation
By DANIEL BRAZIL: Commentary on the recently released book by Lúcia Helena Gama
Why not socialism?
Why not socialism?
By G. A. COHEN: Introduction to the newly edited book.
Ignorance – a global story
Ignorance – a global story
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on Peter Burke’s recent book
A social history of knowledge
A social history of knowledge
By FERNANDO NOGUEIRA DA COSTA: Commentary on Peter Burke’s book
The war against Paraguay in debate
The war against Paraguay in debate
By RODRIGO RICUPERO: Commentary on the book by Ronald León Núñez
Transnational mediations and foreign press published in Brazil
By LUIGI BIONDI, TERCIANE ÂNGELA LUCHESE, VALÉRIA DOS SANTOS GUIMARÃES: Presentation, by the organizers, of the recently launched book
Ignorance: a global story
Ignorance: a global story
By LUIZ MARQUES: Considerations based on Peter Burke’s book
Two books about the Soviet Union
Two books about the Soviet Union
By LENINA POMERANZ: Commentary on the Works of Lincoln Secco and Sheyla Fitzpatrick