The history and legacies of the common cultural and language ties of Brazil, Portugal, and Lusophone Africa will be discussed and understood in our 21st century context, in coincidence with the International Day of Portuguese Language and Culture.
Africa & the Lusophone World
On the International Day of Portuguese Language and Culture, Canning House brings together a panel of experts to discuss the history and legacies of the common cultural and language ties of Brazil, Portugal, and Lusophone Africa in a 21st century context.
Due to current circumstances, this event will now be presented online. Please refer to this page for regular updates.
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Dr Vinicius de Carvalho
Senior Lecturer, Brazil Institute, War Studies, King’s College London
Dr Felipe Botelho Correa
Senior Lecturer in Brazilian, Portuguese and Lusophone African Studies, King's College London
PhD Candidate at University of Oxford; researcher at the Oxford Martin Programme on African Governance
Nayanka Paquete Perdigao
Research Associate at the African Leadership Centre at Kings College
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