The photographer Meireles Jr. and the singer and composer Flávia Bittencourt unveiled.
Brazil’s culture through their photos and voice respectively
On May 17, New Yorkers will have a chance to learn about one of the most picturesque and amazingly beautiful places in Brazil. The photographer Meireles Jr. and the singer and composer Flávia Bittencourt are bringing to New York a little of the rich and diverse culture of the state of Maranhão through the launch of their latest works, the books “Between Sky and the Earth – Maranhão Image Legacy” e “Supernatural: Impressions about the Lençóis Maranhenses and the Grand Canyon” and the CD/DVD “Leve”, respectively.
The event, which will feature a book signing, photo exhibition and pocket show, will take place at Saphira & Ventura Gallery, Midtown Manhattan, from 7pm to 9:30pm. Although it is a free event, RSVP is necessary (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meireles Jr. started his career as a photographer in 1995 when he was still a Design senior at the Federal University of Maranhão. Throughout the years since then, he has developed a truly refined technique, just as much as he has earned awards, the recognition from critic experts and, most of all, the respect from the public in general.
The artist has already published five books and he is bringing two of them to New York. “Between Heaven and Earth – Maranhão Image Legacy”, which highlights the natural beauties and the culture of Maranhão, and “Supernatural: Impressions about the Lençóis Maranhenses and the Grand Canyon”, which explores the mysteries of these two geographically different natural paradises so singular by their grandiosity and stunning beauty. This book comes with a 20-minute DVD documentary unveiling the making-of of this project.
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Sixth Annual Latin America Forecast Event
Please join us for our annual event where we bring together influential thought leaders and key practitioners for a dynamic discussion about one of the most attractive but challenging markets for corporations: Latin America.
Panel Discussion – Recent Developments Affecting Business Opportunities in Latin America5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.
Eric Farnsworth – Vice President – Americas Society/Council of the Americas Miguel Bermejo – Managing Partner – Atlantico Capital Partners LLC Ricardo Rodriguez – Co-founder & President – Southern Cross Group
Panel Discussion – Legal Challenges Inherent in Cross-Border Transactions in Latin America6:00 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.
José Tadeo Martinez – Lead Counsel – Inter-American Investment Corporation José H. Salaverria – General Counsel – Corporación Interamericana para el Financiamiento de Infraestructura, S.A. (CIFI)Fernando Margarit – Partner – Hunton & Williams
Who Should Attend In-house counsel and executives at multinational corporations already doing business in Latin America and/or interested in becoming more involved in emerging markets; in-house counsel and executives at corporations looking into opportunities in Latin America. Officers, executives and counsel at multilateral organizations focused on private and public development projects in Latin America.
Complimentary program.Cocktails and hors d'oeuvres to follow.
Registration & Payment Questions: (Dúvidas sobre registros & pagamentos:) Michelle Marquart University of Illinois CITL Conference Services Ph: 217-244-8174 email@example.com All Other Questions:(Outras dúvidas:) Brazilian Studies Association firstname.lastname@example.org
Utilize este formulário para se afiliar à BRASA, renovar sua afiliação, se inscrever para o Congresso de 2017, fazer uma doação, comprar um anúncio no programa do Congresso ou para realizar uma exposição de livros no evento.
A taxa de afiliação à BRASA cobre dois anos, contados de janeiro a dezembro.
Por exemplo: Se você se tornou sócio durante/para o último congresso (em 2016), a sua afiliação vencerá em 31 de dezembro de 2016, independentemente da sua data de inscrição.
A BRASA tem dois tipos de afiliação: uma para os estudiosos que residem nos EUA ou na Europa e uma para os estudiosos que residem permanentemente no Brasil ou em países em desenvolvimento. Todas as taxas são em dólares dos Estados Unidos.
Taxa de afiliação - Valores para membros nos Estados Unidos, Canadá ou Europa Docentes: $100 Pesquisadores Independentes: $50 Estudantes: $30 Instituições: $150 Afiliação conjunta: $70 (para cônjuges; cada cônjuge deve se inscrever e pagar $70) Afiliação Vitalícia: $ 2.000 (pagamento único)
Taxa de Afiliação - Valores para membros no Brasil ou em país em desenvolvimento Docentes: $80 Pesquisadores Independentes: $40 Estudantes: $25 Instituições: $120 Afiliação conjunta: $55 (para cônjuges; cada cônjuge deve se inscrever e pagar $55) Afiliação Vitalícia: $ 2.000 (pagamento único)
As taxas de inscrição antecipada são apenas para membros e só são válidas até 31 de janeiro de 2018. As taxas regulares começam a partir de 1 de fevereiro de 2018. Não-membros devem pagar a taxa regular, independentemente da data de inscrição.
Se seu trabalho foi aprovado, você precisa estar com a sua afiliação em dia para poder apresentá-lo e é necessário também realizar a inscrição para o Congresso. O prazo sugerido para pagamento das taxas de afiliação e de inscrição no Congresso é 14 de junho de 2018.
Inscrição para o Congresso - Taxas para membros nos Estados Unidos, Canadá e Europa Docentes: $190 (taxa antecipada: $150) Pesquisadores Independentes: $125 (taxa antecipada: $100) Estudantes: $100 (taxa antecipada: $75)
Inscrição para o Congresso - Taxas para membros no Brasil ou em países em desenvolvimento Docentes: $160 (taxa antecipada: $130) Pesquisadores Independentes: $100 (taxa antecipada: $80) Estudantes: $80 (taxa antecipada: $60)
Doações Prêmio Tolman para custeio de viagem para estudantes de pós-graduação: Doe $10, $20, $50 ou $100 Bolsa para iniciação de estudos relacionados ao Brasil (BIS): Doe $10, $20, $50 ou $100
Política de Cancelamento Não haverá reembolso para taxas de afiliação. O prazo para cancelamento de inscrição no Congresso e recebimento de reembolso integral (com dedução de uma taxa de processamento de 10%) é 14 de junho de 2018. Não haverá reembolso após 14 de junho de 2018; no entanto, substituições são permitidas a qualquer momento.
Please use this form to join BRASA, renew your existing membership, register for the 2018 Congress, make a donation, purchase an advertisement in the Congress program or a book display at the Congress.
BRASA member dues cover two calendar years, January - December.
For example: If you became a member for our last conference (in 2016), your membership expired December 31, 2016, regardless of enrollment date.
BRASA has two categories of membership: One for scholars based in the US or Europe, and one for scholars residing permanently in Brazil or developing countries. Please Note: All fees are in US Dollars.
Membership - US/Canadian/European RatesFaculty: $100 Independent Scholar/Researcher: $50 Student: $30 Institution: $150 Joint Membership: $70 (for spouses; each spouse must register and pay $70) Lifetime Membership: $2,000 (one-time payment)
Membership - Brazilian/Developing Country RatesFaculty: $80 Independent Scholar: $40 Student: $25 Institution: $120 Joint Membership: $55 (for spouses; each spouse must register and pay $55) Lifetime Membership: $2,000 (one-time payment)
Early registration rates are for Members onlyand are valid through 31 January 2018. Regular rates begin 1 February 2018. Nonmembers must pay the regular rate regardless of when they register. If you have had a paper accepted, you must be a current member in order to present it, and you must register for the Congress. The suggested deadline for membership dues and Congress registration is 14 June 2018.
Cancellation Policy No refunds for membership fees. The deadline to cancel a Congress registration and receive a full refund, less a 10% processing fee, is 14 June 2018. No refunds after 14 June 2018; however, substitutions are allowed at any time.]
The Elizabeth Neuffer Fellowship provides academic and professional opportunities to advance the reporting skills of women journalists who focus on human rights and social justice. The Fellowship was created in memory of The Boston Globe correspondent and IWMF Courage in Journalism Award (1998) winner Elizabeth Neuffer, who died while reporting in Iraq on May 9, 2003. In collaboration with Neuffer’s family and friends, the IWMF started this program to honor Neuffer’s legacy while advancing her work in the fields of human rights and social justice.
The Neuffer Fellowship is designed for affiliated or freelance women journalists with at least three years of professional experience in journalism working in print, broadcast, or digital media. All nationalities are welcome to apply but non-native English speakers must have excellent written and verbal English skills in order to fully participate in and benefit from the program. The Fellow will complete research and coursework at MIT’s Center for International Studies and journalism internships at The Boston Globe and The New York Times. The flexible structure of the program will provide the fellow with opportunities to pursue academic research and hone her reporting skills. Past fellows have taken advantage of opportunities to publish work under their byline through various media outlets.
“Elizabeth Neuffer was a courageous reporter for the Globe who was determined to shine a light on injustice wherever she found it, and we continue to be inspired by her example and her work. We’re grateful that the IWMF fellowship in her name has enabled courageous women journalists around the world to carry on that tradition.”
–Linda Pizzuti Henry, Boston Globe Managing Director