Accepted Paper:

has pdf download Constitution of cultural diversity in Brazil: Italian immigrants, culture and schooling  

Author:

Rosa Lydia Teixeira Corrêa (Pontificia Universidade Católica do Paraná)

Paper Short Abstract:

In the late nineteenth century the Italians integrate into Brazilian society installed on coffee farms, replacing the hand of black slave labor. They create schools linked to mutual aid associations articulated to their own cultural practices and claim them to the state.

Paper long abstract:

In the late nineteenth century the Italians integrate into Brazilian society installed on coffee farms, replacing the hand of black slave labor. They create schools linked to mutual aid associations articulated to their own cultural practices and claim them to the state.

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Education in Latin America under ethnographic and ethnohistorical perspectives: past and future of schooling and child care (CLOSED - 7)