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  • Brazilian studies gets broad attention at Illinois

    Connections between the University of Illinois and Brazil go back more than a century, and today involve a broad cross-section of academic disciplines. Recent and ongoing research collaborations number more than 90 and involve dozens of the country's higher education institutions and research institutes.

    Connections between the University of Illinois and Brazil go back more than a century, and today involve a broad cross-section of academic disciplines. Recent and ongoing research collaborations number more than 90 and involve dozens of the country's higher education institutions and research institutes.

    Graphic by Julie McMahon

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  • Editor’s note:

    To contact Jerry Dávila, also the Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor of Brazilian History at Illinois, call 217-300-0390; email jdavila@illinois.edu.

    Dávila is pronounced DAH’-vih-lah.

    His take on Brazil and its troubles in the lead-up to the Olympic games can be found here.