On Oct. 25, from 1:30.-2:45 p.m., join the Portuguese Program for, “The Gods of the Diaspora: Brazilian Migrant Faith in Comparative Perspective,” with Dr. Johanna Richlin, Johns Hopkins University. The event will take place in Levering – Sherwood Room.
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On Monday, Oct. 16, from 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m., the Portuguese Program presents, “The AmazonFACE Experiment: A Window to the Future of the Amazon Rain Forest,” with Dr. Richard J. Norby, Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Make this winter in Baltimore your summer in Brazil! Study Afro-Brazilian culture and history while having a Portuguese language immersion in Rio de Janeiro and Salvador, Bahia. Open to all majors.
Portuguese Language Program students interested in a travel allowance of $2,000 and a certificate should apply for the Anthony J. R. Russell-Wood Undergraduate Award. Applications are due September 29.
Please enjoy the first edition of Johns Hopkins University’s Portuguese Program newsletter. We hope this will be a successful vehicle for communicating fun and useful information to our students, the JHU community, parents, donors, alumni, and friends.
Join us from noon-1:30 p.m. Monday, March 27 for a delicious lunch and learn about all the Portuguese Program has to offer . . . along with Brazilian dessert and board games in Levering Great Hall!
The series, which runs from February 8 to April 28, features speakers Jerry Davila, Wilson Bezerra, and Bruno Duarte.
Enjoy a good film? Join us for a movie night, Brazilian film week, or both! Movie nights held March 16 and April 20 and Brazilian Film Week is the week of April 17.
Come and enjoy an array of films focused on Brazilian music and the lives of the highly influential individuals that contributed to such rich melodies. Light refreshments will be served.
The Portuguese Program cordially invites you to join us once a month to watch Brazilian films. Enjoy popcorn and try a guarana (delicious Brazilian soda)!