College of Letters & Science features ASP professors Sweet and Albuquerque

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Street art in São Paulo, photographed during a World Cup protest last month. (Photo courtesy Ben Tavener, Flickr Creative Commons)

The UW-Madison College of Letters & Science featured former African Studies director Jim Sweet and faculty member Serverino Albuquerque as they discuss Brazilian social unrest amidst the hype of the World Cup.

Serverino Albuquerque is both a native of Brazil and professor of Portugese. Jim Sweet is a History professor and teachers History 555 – History of Brazil.

“Brazil simmers in soccer spotlight,” from the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Letters & Science, 06/09/2014.

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