Bolsonaro, Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter: the politics of lockdown in Brazil

In Episode #14 of Conversations with IRiS, Dr Andrea Poleto Oltramari and Dr Josiane Silva de Oliveira discuss the racialised and gendered effects of Covid-19 in Brazil. The Conversation was recorded at the end of June 2020.

Dr Andrea Poleto Oltramari, Associate Professor at the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul and Visiting Fellow at the Institute for Research into Superdiversity, talks to academic and activist Dr Josiane Silva de Oliveira, Professor of Management at Maringa State University where she is conducting research activities in the areas of organization, anthropology, studies based on practical and management, ethnography, resistance in organizations and emotional practice driving creativity and organizing. The talk, recorded at the end of June 2020, is in Portuguese with Portuguese and English subtitles.

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