TLAXCALA تلاكسكالا Τλαξκάλα Тлакскала la red internacional de traductores por la diversidad lingüística le réseau international des traducteurs pour la diversité linguistique the international network of translators for linguistic diversity الشبكة العالمية للمترجمين من اجل التنويع اللغوي das internationale Übersetzernetzwerk für sprachliche Vielfalt a rede internacional de tradutores pela diversidade linguística la rete internazionale di traduttori per la diversità linguistica la xarxa internacional dels traductors per a la diversitat lingüística översättarnas internationella nätverk för språklig mångfald شبکه بین المللی مترجمین خواهان حفظ تنوع گویش το διεθνής δίκτυο των μεταφραστών για τη γλωσσική ποικιλία международная сеть переводчиков языкового разнообразия Aẓeḍḍa n yemsuqqlen i lmend n uṭṭuqqet n yilsawen dilsel çeşitlilik için uluslararası çevirmen ağı

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 Andre Pagliarini 
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Andre Pagliarini
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Andre Pagliarini


Andre Ricardo Diniz Pagliarini, a Brazilian-USAmerican born in the U.S. and raised in Brazil, is currently a visiting assistant professor at Brown University. In 2018, he completed his PhD at Brown with a dissertation entitled “'The Theater of Formidable Battles': The Struggle for Nationalism in Modern Brazil, 1955-1985.”
His research interests include the Cold War in Latin America, the politics of economic development, radical ideologies, and social movements. He has received research support from the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, the Global Mobility Program (Brown Graduate School), The Cogut Center for the Humanities, and the Brazil Initiative.
At Brown, he served as leader of Opening the Archives, an ambitious project to digitize and index thousands of U.S. government records related to Brazil from the 1960s through the 1980s. He was also a lead researcher and post-doctoral associate for the Liberated Africans Project, an undertaking sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation that brings together data on over 200,000 Africans rescued from the illicit transatlantic slave trade between 1808 and 1868.
His first scholarly article, entitled “‘De onde? Para onde?’ New Social Movements and the Debate over Brazil’s ‘Civil’-Military Dictatorship,” was published in Latin American Research Review in 2017.





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