- Agreement with the Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF)
The agreement establishes a scientific and educational cooperation program to promote academic and research activities in the field of history at the graduate and undergraduate levels. It encompasses: the design and realization of joint research projects by PPGHCS and UFF Department of History faculty; joint graduate-level classes taught by PPGHCS and UFF Department of History faculty, with credits counting towards either program; classes in the History of Science or the History of Health as electives towards a bachelor’s degree in History at UFF; and seminars and workshops to present and discuss the findings of research conducted by faculty and students at both programs.
Brasiliana – 1956-1993: Second Phase of a Collection that Metamorphoses Brazil. Lecture given by Professor Giselle Martins Venâncio, of the UFF Graduate Program in History (PPGH/UFF) as part of Thursday Meetings, an event organized by PPGHCS (2016).
State, Intellectuals, and Modernization in Brazil: Perspectives in the History of the Sciences and Health. Workshop organized by PPGHCS and the UFF Department of History (2013).
History of the Sciences. Offered at the undergraduate level through the UFF Department of History.
History and Historiography of Assistance and Health. Offered jointly by the Graduate Program inEthnic and Race Relations, at the Centro Federal de Educação Tecnológica Celso Suckow da Fonseca (CEFET-RIO); PPGH/UFF; and PPGHCS. In 2016, Gisele Sanglard and Tânia Salgado Pimenta (PPGHCS) and Maria Renilda Nery Barreto (CEFET) were responsible. Guest professors were Renato Franco and Maria Martha de Luna Freire (PPGH/UFF) and Luiz Otávio Ferreira (PPGHCS).
History of Health in Brazil. Taught by Gisele Sanglard and Tânia Salgado Pimenta (PPGHCS) in 2016, with Renato Franco (PPGH/UFF) also taking part. The class was taught by Gilberto Hochman (PPGHCS) in 2015, with the participation of Renato Franco. Enrollment was offered at both institutions.
History, Science, and Health in International Relations. Taught by Magali Romero Sá (PPGHCS) and Larissa Moreira Viana (PPGH/UFF) in 2013, with the participation of guest professors Íris Borowy (Institute for History, University of Rostock, Germany) and André Felipe Cândido da Silva (PPGHCS).
Travels and Natural History in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries: New Approaches. Taught by Lorelai Kury (PPGHCS) in 2013, with enrollment offered at both institutions.
Essay, Erudition, and Academic History. Taught by Giselle Venâncio (PPGH/UFF) and Robert Wegner (PPGHCS) in 2017, with enrollment offered at both institutions.
Launched in 2015, the research project entitled The Interiorization of Care: A Study of the Expansion and Diversification of Philanthropic Health Assistance in Brazil (1808-1945) is conducted by Gisele Porto Sanglard, Luiz Otávio Ferreira, and Tânia Salgado Pimenta (PPGHCS); Maria Renilda Barreto (CEFET-RJ); Maria Martha de Luna Freire (Community Health Institute, UFF); and Renato Franco (PPGH/UFF).
The research project Poverty, Health, and Illness at Santa Casa da Misericórdia in Rio de Janeiro in the Long Term is conducted by members of the History of Health Assistance Care research group and is led by Gisele Sanglard (PPGHCS). Participants include Tânia Salgado Pimenta and Luiz Otávio Ferreira (PPGHCS) and Renato Franco and Jonis Freire (PPGH/UFF). In 2016, the project was funded by CNPq.
The research project Science and Medicine in Transnational Scientific Relations, led by Magali Romero Sá (PPGHCS), was developed jointly with Larissa Moreira Viana (PPGH/UFF) during 2015.
Robert Wegner (PPGHCS) discussed the work of Giselle Venâncio, UFF professor, and André Furtado, UFF doctoral candidate, as part of an Afternoon Research Encounter, an ongoing event organized jointly by the UFF Center for Studies of the 1800s and by the Writings in History and Historiography of the South Laboratory (Escritas UFF). Held in 2016, the session was entitled Pasts (Im)perfect, or the Buarquean Perspective on the Empire of Brazil in America.
Robert Wegner and Kaori Kodama (PPGHCS) take part in Escritas UFF, an endeavor that includes PPGH/UFF professors Giselle Venâncio, Maria Veronica Secreto, Denise Rollemberg, and Francine Iegelski. In March 2017, Kaori Kodama discussed a paper presented by Thiago Almeida (USP), entitled “Agreements and Divergences: The Annales School and French Historical Epistemology.” In June 2017, Robert Wegner discussed “Essay and Erudition in Brazilian Historiography,” a paper presented by Fernando Nicolazzi (UFRGS).
- Agreement with the Graduate Program in Children’s and Women’s Health (PPGSCM), of the Fernandes Figueira Institute (IFF), Fiocruz
The class Gender, Biomedicine, History, and Public Health has been taught annually since 2010 by Luiz Antonio Teixeira (PPGHCS), Claudia Bonam (IFF/Fiocruz), and Ilana Löwy (CERMES; PPGHCS Visiting Researcher). Enrollment is offered at both institutions.
Initiatives conducted in partnership with other programs:
- Program for Studies and Research in the History of Psychology (Clio-Psyché), tied to the Department of Social Psychology, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ)
The program is conducted by professors from the institutions that comprise the Work Group on the Social History of Psychology within the National Association of Research and Graduate Programs in Psychology (ANPEPP), with the participation of their students. Clio-Psyché has organized meetings every two years since 1998, with the regular involvement of PPGHCS students and faculty, especially Professor Cristiana Facchinetti. Clio-Psyché is part of the Iberoamerican Network of Researchers in the History of Psychology (RIPeHP), whose member researchersare from countriessuch as Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Mexico, the United States, Portugal, Spain, and Switzerland. RIPeHP is currently coordinated by Cristiana Facchinetti, who also participates in the CNPq-supported project Technology, Knowledge, and Practices in the Construction of Ways of Being and Doing in Rio de Janeiro (1850-1950), launched in 2013 and led by Alexandre C. Castro (UERJ).
- Graduate Program in Sociology and Anthropology, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
Under a close partnership, PPGHCS and the UFRJ Graduate Program in Sociology and Anthropology (PPGSA) have undertaken joint research projects, publications, classes, and events. In 2015, the partnership culminated in the release of the Virtual Library of Social Thought (BVPS) (http://bvspensamentosocial.icict.fiocruz.br/). Development of the joint library project began in 2012, led by Nísia Trindade Lima (PPGHCS), with financial support from the Rio de Janeiro state funding agency (FAPERJ) and Fiocruz. The library offers a broad panorama of authors and scholarship related to Brazilian social thought, along with material applicable to research and teaching in the field.
4th Seminar on Social Thought at Institutions in Rio de Janeiro (2015)
Organizers: PPGHCS/Fiocruz; PPGSA/UFRJ; the Getúlio Vargas Foundation’s Center for Research and Documentation (CPDOC/FGV); and the Casa de Rui Barbosa Foundation.
3rd Seminar on Social Thought at Institutions in Rio de Janeiro (2014)
Organizers: PPGHCS/Fiocruz; PPGSA/UFRJ; CPDOC/FGV; and the Group on Comparative Studies and Social Thought (NEPS/UFF).
2nd Seminar on Social Thought at Institutions in Rio de Janeiro (2013)
Organizers: PPGHCS/Fiocruz; PPGSA/UFRJ; CPDOC/FGV; and NEPS/UFF.
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