Open registrations for the lecture-debate “The Political Ideas of the Pernambuco Revolutions: 1817, 1824 and 1848”
Professor Vamireh Chacon and Ambassadors Gonçalo Mourão and Tarcísio Costa will deliver a lecture-debate about the “Political Ideas of the Pernambuco Revolutions: 1817, 1824 and 1848”, on 3 April at 10:30, at the Paulo Nogueira Batista Auditorium.
FUNAG and the Institute for Research on International Relations (IPRI) extend their invitation to the seminar “The Political Ideas of the Pernambuco Revolutions: 1817, 1824 and 1848”, on 3 April at 10:30 in the Paulo Nogueira Batista Auditorium. The lecture will be delivered by Professor Vamireh Chacon, historian and social scientist, in addition to Ambassadors Gonçalo Mourão, author of the book “A Revolução de 1817 e a História Diplomática do Brasil” (The Revolution of 1817 and Brazil’s Diplomatic History), and Tarcísio Costa, Director of the Department for Northern and Western South America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Registrations are open and extend until 3 April, 12 p.m. Click here to participate!
Meet the lecturers
Vamireh Chacon has a bachelor’s and a doctoral degree in Law from the University of Recife, is the author of the following books, among others: “História das Ideias Socialistas no Brasil” (The History of Socialist Ideas in Brazil), “História dos Partidos Brasileiros” (The History of Brazilian Political Parties), “Vida e Morte das Constituições Brasileiras” (Life and Death of the Brazilian Constitutions), “Gilberto Freyre – Uma biografia intelectual” (Gilberto Freyre – An Intellectual Biography), and “A Grande Ibéria – Convergências e Divergências de uma tendência” (The Great Iberia – Convergences and Divergences of a Trend), in addition to being a collaborator for international magazines about philosophy, Law, history, and political science.
Chacon is a sitting member of the Pernambuco Academy of Letters, the Archeological, Historical and Geographical Institute of Pernambuco, and the Historical and Geographical Institute of the Federal District. He is a professor of the Institute of Political Science of the University of Brasilia (UnB) since 1975, where he became an Emeritus Professor in 2005.
Ambassador Gonçalo Mourão
Gonçalo Mourão is a career diplomat. He is currently an Ambassador of Brazil in the Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries (CPLP), in Lisbon. He served in France, Portugal and was the Ambassador of Brazil to Norway, in addition to being Director of the Rio Branco Institute for three years (from 2013 to 2016). He wrote, among others, the book “A Revolução de 1817 e a História Diplomática do Brasil” (The Revolution of 1817 and the Diplomatic History of Brazil).
Ambassador Tarcísio Costa
Served in the US, Spain, and Italy. He has a postdoctoral degree in History of Ideas from the Institute of Advanced Studies from the University of Sao Paulo. He is currently the Director of the Department of Northern and Western South America of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, in addition to holding the chair of the class on “Brazilian Diplomatic Thought” at the Rio Branco Institute. He wrote the book “As Duas Espanhas e o Brasil” (The Two Spains and Brazil) in 2009.
Theme: The Political Ideas of the Pernambuco Revolutions: 1817, 1824, and 1848
Lecturer: Professor Vamireh Chacon and Ambassadors Gonçalo Mourão and Tarcísio Costa
Venue: Paulo Nogueira Batista Auditorium - Annex II Ground floor – Itamaraty Palace - Esplanada dos Ministérios
Date: 3 April, 10:30 a.m.