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1st WEEK:


Eliza Viana

The Brazilian historian Eliza Vianna talks about "Diseases in history: epidemics and society". Professor at the Federal Institute of Alagoas, the researcher holds a PhD in History of Science and Health from Fiocruz.

André Felipe Cândido da Silva

The Brazilian historian André Felipe Cândido da Silva talks about "The coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) under the lens of the history of diseases and medicine". He is a researcher at the Casa de Oswaldo Cruz - Fiocruz and professor at the Postgraduate in History of Science and Health.

Camillo Robertini

The Italian historian Camillo Robertini talks about "Looking for heroes, I met ordinary workers". He is a postdoctoral fellow at the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnica (CONICET- Universidad de Buenos Aires), PhD in Historical Studies from the University f Florence and the University of Siena. He is the author of the book “When the Fiat talked Argentinian. An Italian factory and its workers in the military Buenos Aires (1964-1980)” (2019).

Debate with the participation of Helena da Silva (IHC - Universidade Nova de Lisboa), Dilene Nascimento (Fiocruz) and Rodrigo César Magalhães (Fiocruz / Colégio Pedro II).


Moderation Lucas Pedretti.

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