João Felipe Gonçalves

João Felipe Gonçalves
Professor permanente
Room
2101
Principal Research Line
Power and Difference
Secondary Research Lines
Cities, spaces and mobility
Expressive Forms and Knowledge Regimes
Areas of interest

PhD in Anthropology from the University of Chicago, his work focuses on Latin America and the Caribbean - especially in Cuba and its diaspora, Caribbean social thought, and memorialization of slavery. He has training and a strong interest also in studies in Eastern Europe and Africa. His research themes are mainly: urban space, anthropology of history, political symbolism, nationalism, social life of monuments, real socialism and post-socialism, migrations and diasporas.

Online Productions

Participation in the Friday of the Month on 04/17 - "Thinking with the virus" - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUBfLwUPhW4 

"Viralization Time", article in the Anpocs Bulletin on coronavirus - http://anpocs.org/index.php/publicacoes-sp-2056165036/boletim-cientistas-sociais/2396-boletim-n-68-cientistas-sociais-e-o-coronavirus

Mojitos with lemons from the field. Cadernos de Campo, 2018.
Revolution, twists and turns. Revista Brasileira de Ciências Sociais, 2017
S pametnitsite shega ne biva. Seminar_BG, 2017
Martí versus Martí. Novos Estudos Cebrap, 2015
The Ajiaco in Cuba and beyond. Hau, 2014

Interview granted to the Project 3 times 22 from USP's Brazilian Studies Institute