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São Paulo School of Advanced Studies on the Globalization of Culture in the Nineteenth Century | Campinas – SP

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São Paulo School of Advanced Studies on the Globalization of Culture in the Nineteenth Century maintains close liaison with the international cooperation project "Atlantic Circulation of Printed Matter: globalization of culture in the 19th century", coordinated by Marcia Abreu (Unicamp) and Jean-Yves Moilier (UVSQ), and with the thematic project, coordinated by Marcia Abreu. The international cooperation project brings together 40 researchers from 23 esearch institutions and four countries (England, France, Portugal and Brazil). The school has as subject the cultural globalization held between 1789 and 1914, focusing on the circulation of books, printing materials and performances in Brazil, France, Portugal and England. The so called “long 19th century” knew a significant expansion on reading and an extraordinary technological modification which largely altered the way prints were produced and their relation to culture. With such a objective, the school puts together researchers from the four regarded countries in a five days long meeting. (AU)

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