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  • Author:
    José Murilo de Carvalho
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    University of Notre Dame Press; 1st edition (September 30, 2012)
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Kellogg Institute Book Series on Democracy and Development. Imagery of the Republic in Brazil. José Murilo de Carvalho.

Kellogg Institute Book Series on Democracy and Development. The Kellogg book series with the University of Notre Dame Press focuses on the Institute’s core expertise in democracy and human development. Launched in 1985 with an emphasis on Latin America, the interdisciplinary series now encompasses Africa, Asia, and other developing regions of the world. It includes nearly 75 titles. We aim to publish high quality scholarship focused primarily on democracy and development.

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Faculty Grant Opportunities. Spring 2002 : Visiting Chair in the Study of Brazilian Culture. José Murilo de Carvalho's New Publication. Stay Up-To-Date with the Latest News from the Kellogg Institute.

The Formation of Souls book. Given that the majority of the population of Brazil participated very little in the change from an empire to a republic, what allowed the new government to consolidate its power? As a part of the answer to this question, Carvalho analyzes a c In The Formation of Souls: Imagery of the Republic in Brazil, José Murilo de Carvalho examines the birth of the Brazilian Republic in 1889.

Series: Kellogg Institute Series on Democracy and Development. In Brazil, he compares Carnival with a military parade on Independence Day and with the religious processions that occur frequently during each year. Location or social space, dress, is grist for the mill. He stresses many times that & is the most salient aspect of Carnival. He has chapters on hierarchy in Brazilian society and on those who slip through the cracks-rogues, who might be heroes in fact.

The Formation of Souls: Imagery of the Republic in Brazil (Paperback). Jose Murilo de Carvalho (author), Clifford Lander (translator). As a part of the answer to this question, Carvalho analyses a collection of republican symbols, images, allegories, and myths of the period as attempts by various republican political elites to shape the collective social imagination.

Roots of Brazil (2012). José Murilo de Carvalho The third part of the analysis places developments in participatory discourses and practices in the 1980s within the context of national-level. The Formation of Souls: Imagery of the Republic in Brazil (2012). This book tells the story of the creation of participatory democracy in Brazil, how it came about and how it assumed its current shape. The third part of the analysis places developments in participatory discourses and practices in the 1980s within the context of national-level nal changes; in doing so, it helps to bridge the gap between the local-level participatory democracy and the democratization literatures. Socioeconomic and political origins.

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In this concise but heavily illustrated study, Carvalho demonstrates how the foundational symbols created for the new republic reflected important ideological battles over the nature of the new Brazilian regime

In this concise but heavily illustrated study, Carvalho demonstrates how the foundational symbols created for the new republic reflected important ideological battles over the nature of the new Brazilian regime. He evaluates the acceptance or rejection of these symbols by the public, that is, their efficacy or failure in promoting the legitimization of the new political system and redefining the collective identity of Brazilians.

In The Formation of Souls: Imagery of the Republic in Brazil, Jos Murilo de Carvalho examines the birth of the Brazilian Republic in 1889

The Proclamations of the Republic. Tiradentes : A Hero for the Republic. The Republic as a Woman : Mary or Marianne? Flag and Anthem : The Weight of Tradition.

The Proclamations of the Republic. Positivists and the Manipulation of the Collective Imagination. First published in Brazil as A formaçao das almas, by Companhia das Letras, 1990"-T. Includes bibliographical references and index.

In The Formation of Souls: Imagery of the Republic in Brazil, José Murilo de Carvalho examines the birth of the Brazilian Republic in 1889. Given that the majority of the population of Brazil participated very little in the change from an empire to a republic, what allowed the new government to consolidate its power? As a part of the answer to this question, Carvalho analyzes a collection of republican symbols, images, allegories, and myths of the period as attempts by various republican political elites to shape the collective social imagination. As Carvalho explains, the expansion of popular participation in republican ideals would have been nearly impossible through a purely theoretical, ideological discourse, so it had to be achieved by more universal, accessible means, appealing to collective sentiment through stories and images of heroes and founding fathers, images of women, and national flags and anthems. In this concise but heavily illustrated study, Carvalho demonstrates how the foundational symbols created for the new republic reflected important ideological battles over the nature of the new Brazilian regime. He evaluates the acceptance or rejection of these symbols by the public, that is, their efficacy or failure in promoting the legitimization of the new political system and redefining the collective identity of Brazilians. Available for the first time in an English translation, The Formation of Souls: Imagery of the Republic in Brazil will appeal to all students and scholars of history, political science, and Latin American studies who are interested in one of the key moments of Brazilian political history.

"The book that is now arriving in the hands of English-language readers was first published in 1990 and in the following year received the Jabuti Prize, the most prestigious literary award in Brazil. Since then, it has become indispensable to an understanding of Brazil. The Formation of Souls owes its success not only to the originality of its research and its analytic consistency but also to its place within the larger body of work of José Murilo de Carvalho, an author with one of the most consistent and celebrated research agendas in Brazil." ―from the foreword