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Robert J. Gay

Professor and Chair of the Sociology Department

Connecticut College

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Connecticut College

270 Mohegan Avenue

New London, Connecticut,06320

United States

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Ranked among the most selective private liberal arts colleges in the nation, Connecticut College has an enrollment of 1,900 men and women from 44 states, the District of Columbia, and 70 countries. The college is particularly known for interdisciplinary studie...more

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(Re)Presenting Lucia: An Ethnographic Biography of Violence in Rio de Janeiro - Bildner Center

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Robert J. Gay, Connecticut College
Gay will be discussing his most recently published book, Lucia: Testimonies of a Brazilian Drug Dealer's Woman, (Temple University Press 2005), which documents the life of a poor favelada as she struggles to survive in the increasingly violent and divided city of Rio de Janeiro. This life history/biography project was supported by an American Council of Learned Societies grant. Gay is also the author of Popular Organization & Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: A Tale of Two Favelas and has published numerous articles on Latin American political change. Robert Gay is Professor and Chair of the Sociology Department at Connecticut College. He is also the Director of the Toor-Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts (CISLA). His research focuses on democracy, civil society and violence in Brazil and other countries of Latin America.


Pelourinho New York - shows, music, conferences, dance, Pelourinho - Brazilian cultural events in New York - photos by Jorge Vismara at capturedemotions.net

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(Re)PRESENTING LUCIA: AN ETHNOGRAPHIC BIOGRAPHY OF VIOLENCE IN BRAZIL - The Bildner Center invites for this lecture with Robert J. Gay, Professor of Sociology, Chair of the Sociology Department of Connecticut College.
Gay will be discussing his most recently published book, Lucia: Testimonies of a Brazilian Drug Dealer's Woman, (Temple University Press 2005), which documents the life a poor favelada as she struggles to survive in the increasingly violent and divided city of Rio de Janeiro. This life history/biography project was supported by an American Council of Learned Societies grant. Gay is also the author of Popular Organization & Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: A Tale of Two Favelas and has published numerous articles on Latin American political change. From 4-6 pm.


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Speaker: Robert Gay, professor of Sociology, Connecticut College, New London, CT. Professor Gay is the author of Popular Organization and Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: A Tale of Two Favelas (Temple University Press, 1994) and Lucia: Testimonies of a Brazilian Drug Dealer's Woman (Temple University Press, 2005).


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International Relations Colloquium "A New Reality: Exploring the Political Transformations in 21st-Century Latin America;" speakers include: Jose Antonio Lucero, assistant professor of political science, Temple University, and visiting lecturer at Tufts; Robert J. Gay, professor of sociology and director of the Toor-Cummings Center for International Studies and the Liberal Arts, Connecticut College; and Miriam Shakow, a doctoral student in anthropology at Harvard.


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with Robert GayProfessor of Sociology, Connecticut College, New London, CTProfessor Gay is the author of Popular Organization and Democracy in Rio de Janeiro: A Tale of Two Favelas, (Temple University Press,1994) and Lucia: Testimonies of a Brazilian Drug Dealer's Woman (Temple University Press, 2005).


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