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port 46 lec 2&3

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intro to brazil
Brazil and Portuguese-Speaking World
Johnson, J.R.
Portuguese, Brazil
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This 4 page Bundle was uploaded by Freddie816 on Tuesday October 4, 2016. The Bundle belongs to 46 at University of California - Los Angeles taught by Johnson, J.R. in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 6 views. For similar materials see Brazil and Portuguese-Speaking World in Portuguese at University of California - Los Angeles.


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    9/28/16  ● Music  of BRL:   stems   from  african  and  many   other  cultures  ● Main  argument   of Brazilian  sounds:   Brazilian  music   isvery  diverse  ● Pero  vaz  de  caminha­   firstdescription   of Brl in the 1500’s,  inhabited   by  13million  natives  inat least  1000  tribel, today  there  around   370,000   in more   than  220  tribes, more   than  180  indigenous  languages.  ● History     BRL  ○ Salvador  founded   in 1549  with  the arrival of Tomé  de  souza   at the porto  da  Barra   ● Chronology  ○ 1532­1808­colony   of portugal  ○ 1808­Port     onarchs    ransferred   to   rl  ○ 1822­1889­empire  ○ 1888­abolition   of slavery  ○ 1889­1930­first   republic  (democratic  but  not   ery)  ○ 1930­1937­2nd   republic  (Vargas)  ○ 1937­1945­estado    ovo  dictatorship  (Vargas)  ○ 1945­1964­democracy  ○ 1964­1985­military   dictatorship  ○ 1985­present­democracy   ● D joao  VI­Flees   Portugal  and   established   court in BRL   in 1808  ○ Opened  the  colony’s    orts  o free trade  ○ Established  ■ Academia   naval  ■ Hospital  Militar  ■ Arquivo  Militar  ■ Jardim    otânico  ■ Intendencia     eral de    olicia  ■ Real  biblioteca  ■ Banco   Do    rasil  ● Independence   1822  ○ D  pedro  1  declared   br independence   from  portugal  and  himself   emperor  ■ Returns   to Portugal  in 1831   ● Dom   Pedro    I  ○ BRL   ruled  by regents   until1841­Pedro   is made  emperor  ■ Ruled  until 1889­BRL   became     republic   ● Canudos   war­1896­97  ● 1922  ○ Week   of modern  art  ○ Lieutenants’   revolt  ○ Founding   of  he communist   party  ○ Inauguration   of radio  ○ First l oan of the U.S.  ● Revolution   of   930  ○ End   of the  irs republic      9/28/16  ○ End  of   afe com   leite  ○ Beginning     getulio  vargas    5 years  of power   ○ Institutional modernization  ○ Populist  nationalism  ● Estado    ovo    937­45  ○ Dictatorship  inspired  by  European    ascism  ○ Repressed  National   Liberation  Alliance  and  right­wing  Integralist movement  ○ Increased   support   forindustrialization  ● Juscelino   kubitschek  1956­61  ● Quadros  goulart  1961­64  ● Military dictatorship     964­85  ● Fernando  henrique  cardoso­elected   for presidency   in 1995­2003  ● Luiz  inácio  lula  a   ilv   003­2010  ● Dilma   rousseff    011­2016  ● Michel    emer  2016­      10/3/16    ● Treaty  of Tordesillas  ○ Division   bw  Spain  and   Portugal  over  disputes  of land   ● Cantino   world  map   1502  ○ BRL  represented   by parrots  to represent  images   of brl  ■ As      aradise  ■ As  a land  of savages   ● Possible   objective  of letter to   ing  ○ Further   expansion   ○ Makes   i   ound  l ik brl i  a paradise  ● Oscar   pereira    a silva 1904  ● Victor meirelles     860   ○ Projects   idea  to convert  indigenous   ppl to christianity  ● Pedro     eres 1879  ○ Painting   of raising  of the cross  surrounded   by indigenous   ppl  ● Candido    ortinari  ● Grupo    eatro  da vertgem    ○ Abstract   representation   of the  raising of the  cross  ● Sadler’s  themes  ○ Eden  vs  hell  ○ Ufanismo  ■ Exxagerated   optimism­everything   is wonderful   and  perfect  (not  really)   ■ Concept   that everything  is paradise,   perfect  and  good   (false  representation)   ○ Cannibalism  ■ Problem   of eating  those  of   alue   ■ Idea  of incorporating  the  strength  of those   who  are  eaten  ■ Form   of   unishment   ○ Brazilwood   ○ Religion     scommerce    santa  cruz  vs   rl)  ○ Territoriality  ○ Imperialism   ● Hans     taden  ○ 1925   publisher   and  writer Monteiro   Lobato   issued  Stadens   boook  ○ Later  publishes  a  childrens  version   of the same   book  ○ Later  makes   a comic   ● 1928­cannibalist     ovement   ● Alliances  ○ …  ● How    asty was     y littl frenchman  1972,  ○ Story  of a  frenchman   who   was  captured,  locked   away   then  killed and  eaten   ○ Frenchman   isforced   to speak   in French   and  recite a  recipe  for eel   ○ Frenchman   istaken   to woman  and   then  made   nude   ○ Frenchman   istaught   how  to perform  during   canibal  ritual before  he  is eaten       10/3/16    ○ Indians   later killed  Frenchman   in a  cannibalistic   ritual  


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