Clecia Maria Miranda
Historian Clecia Maria Miranda, PhD in History from the University of São Paulo (USP) presents comments on the article "Aguinaldo Camargo and his multifacets of an activist". The column “Nossas Histórias” is a realization of the Network of Black Historians and Black Historians in partnership with the Portal Geledés and the Cultne Collection.
Ana Flávia Magalhães Pinto
Historian Ana Flávia Magalhães Pinto, PhD in History from Unicamp and currently Adjunct Professor in the History Department at UnB, presents comments on the article "Citizenship and Black People in Brazil - a built incompatibility", published in the column "Our Histories" on the Portal Geledés. The column “Nossas Histórias” is produced by the Network of Black Historians and Black Historians in partnership with the Geledés Portal and the Cultne Collection.
Ana Paula de Oliveira Cruz
Historian Ana Paula Oliveira Lima, Master's student in History at the University of Brasília (UnB), presents comments on the article "José do Patrocínio Marques Tocantis e Abolição em Goiás", published in the column "Nossas Histórias" on the Portal Geledés.
Historian Itan Cruz, PhD student in History at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), presents comments on the article "The Baroness" Morena "of Abolition: Amanda Paranaguá Dória, Mother of the Illiterates", published in the column "Our Stories" on the Geledés Portal .
Alanna Perônio, comments on the article "" Whoever tells a story, adds one point: the trajectory of the luxurious Bahian lady, Rita Gomes da Silva ".
Marcos Santos, presents comments on the article "Ceilândia - Distrito Federa l - Negro Territory in Brasilia's Contra-hand"
Mariana Vieira de Carvalho
Historian Marina Vieira de Carvalho presents her reflections based on the theme "Black Muses: Race, gender and class in the life and work of Gilka da Costa Machado". The researcher reveals, for example, that Gilka Costa "de (s) colonizes the erotic imagination, identifying and valuing other inspiring muses of Brazilian society."
Jessica Cristina Rosa
"Press and Citizenship in São Tomé and Príncipe between 1911 and 1925" is the theme presented by the historian Jéssica Cristina Rosa. The highlight in the scenario is the defense of a colonization that would guarantee education for all, that would not segregate blacks and whites, and guarantee the possibility of freedom.
Maria Emília Vasconcelos
Historian Maria Emília Vasconcelos presents the dilemmas that women, ex-slave mothers went through to exercise motherhood more fully in Recife in the post-abolition period at the end of the 19th century. She talks about the theme, "An obstinate mother: black motherhood in the post-abolition period (Recife, 1890)"
Stephane Ramos da Costa
The historian Stephane Ramos da Costa talks about "The patrician Jose Cláudio do Nascimento and the experiences of popular education". The author has a personality still little known among researchers who invest in the history of post-emancipation and Brazilian education.
Leonardo Ângelo da Silva
Leonardo Ângelo da Silva, historian, presents his study "A city and an industrial complex under the myth of racial democracy". The scenario is the region of Vale do Paraíba, south of the state of Rio de Janeiro, which initially lived off coffee production and industrialized.
Rafael Rosa da Rocha
Historian Rafael Rosa da Rocha brings his analysis of the "Brazilian Judiciary in black and white: the cases of Juvêncio Serafim and Eduardo Silva in Rio de Janeiro at the beginning of the 20th century". Rafael explains that the unequal treatment within the institutions has always harmed the black population.
Ivangilda Bispo dos Santos
Ivangilda Bispo dos Santos, historian, talks about "Reactions to the myth of racial democracy in the Mozambican context in the middle of the 20th century". The author points out that the myth persists today to guarantee the maintenance of social and racial hierarchies
The historian Bethania Pereira brings the theme "Haitian pioneering spirit in the struggles for freedom in the Atlantic", highlighting the way in which, despite the political and economic isolation imposed by the powers on Haiti, the country's project was more ambitious than was conceived .
Igor Fernandes de Alencar, historian, talks about the "Collective Strategies of Freedom in Goiás in the 19th century". The highlight is the freedom letters, among the diversity of dynamics, exemplifying the various strategies of freedom performed by the enslaved.
Fabiano Moreira dos Santos
Historian Fabiano Moreira dos Santos deals with the theme “The Mobilization of Black Teachers in the First Republic in the City of Salvador". Data, facts, photos, speeches and texts illustrate the black presence in the struggle for better working conditions at the beginning of the 20th century. , in Salvador / BA.
Flaviane Nascimento, historian, talks about “The transit to freedom and precariousness of free labor at the end of the 19th century". It portrays the gradual dismantling of slavery, the expectation of control and discipline of female and male workers who came out of slavery, mishaps and advances .
Historian Elson Rabelo comments on the theme “Experiences of blackness in Bahian photography in the late twentieth century". One of the highlights of the author is the process in which "a look of blacks in photography emerged with greater emphasis."
"Black women, politics and culture of cancellation in republican Brazil" is the theme of historian Iracelli da Cruz Alves. She asks: "And what does this have to do with the weaknesses of democracy in Brazil?"
Samuel Rocha Ferreira
Historian Samuel Rocha Ferreira comments on his study “Whitening, indigenous peoples and the slave trade” and points out that “the history of indigenousism in the 19th century has important points of connection with the history of the slave trade.”