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Rethinking Brazil's (Inter)national Identity in a Changing World

  • K3.11, Strand Campus Strand London, England United Kingdom (map)

The Brazil Institute invites you to a lecture by Dr. Marco Vieira.



Dr. Marco Vieira holds a PhD in International Relations from LSE. He is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Birmingham. His research focuses on the rising influence and identity of ‘Southern powers’, specially Brazil, India and South Africa. He is particularly interested in their growing impact on global governance and politics through new models of South-South political cooperation. Dr. Vieira is also interested, and has contributed to, theoretical debates on ontological security in International Relations theory. He has published various peer-reviewed articles in internationally recognised academic journals. He is the co- author of the book 'The South in World Politics' (with Chris Alden and Sally Morphet).

This talk, part of the King's Brazil Institute Research Seminar Series, will be followed by a Q&A and wine.