2013 Global Seminars
History, Culture, and Urban Life: Rio de Janeiro and the Imaginary of Brazil
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL, JUNE 10 – JULY 19
Bruno M. Carvalho is an assistant professor of Spanish and Portuguese languages and cultures. His research focuses on intersections between urban development and culture. Recently, he curated a museum of Rio de Janeiro's history, coedited a critical edition in Portuguese of the earliest versions of United States constitution, and published on topics related to literature, architecture, race, and film. He is currently finishing a book titled Porous City: A Rio de Janeiro Neighborhood and the Formation of Brazilian Culture (1808-1945). At Princeton, he is affiliated with the Program in Latin American Studies and the Program in Urban Studies. Ph.D. Harvard University.