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Ten years ago, Brazil figured in the international media, political discourses, and most of the academic literature as a case of success. Since 2016, however, the country fell into a never-ending political and economic crisis.

This lecture will revisit the dependency theory’s concept of peripheral fascism to explain the rise of Bolsonaro and the crisis of mainstream neoliberal and neodevelopmentalist strategies in Brazil.

This lecture will be given by Latin American Perspectives Fellow Dr. Felipe Antunes de Oliveira who is a lecturer in Global Governance and International Development at Queen Mary University of London. 

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This lecture series is co-sponsored by Latin American Perspectives, the UCR Latin American Studies Program, and the UCR Library.

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