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History 564-001 (Brazil): Final Study Guide

The Colonial Period



Pedro Álvares Cabral

Society of Jesus (Jesuits)

Hans Staden

France Antarctique

Engenho

Casa Grande



Senzala

New Christians

Dom Sebastião

Johan Maurits of Nassau

Frans Post

Albert Eckhout

Bandeirantes

Sertão


Minas Gerais

Cuiabá


Quinto real

“Hollow Saints”

Overseas Council

Letrados


Santa Casa da Misericórdia

Pelourinho

António Vieira

Quilombo


Marquis of Pombal

“Tiradentes”

João de Deus

Tailors Revolt

Dom João VI

Carlota Joaquina

Dom Pedro I (and IV)

Leopoldina

"Fico!"




The Brazilian Empire


Dom Pedro II

Moderating Power

Adèle Toussaint-Samson

Elizabeth Agassiz

Malê Slave Revolt

“Quero já!”

Praieira Revolt

Coffee


Bacharéis

“Para inglês ver”

“Law of the Free Womb”

“Sexagenarian Law”

“Golden Law”

Machado de Assis

Bento

José Dias



Capitu

Escobar


Ezequiel

“Order and Progress”

Positivism




The Emergence of Modern Brazil


Pedra Bonita

Canudos


Antônio Conselheiro

Euclides da Cunha

Baron of Rio Branco

Charles Goodyear

Manaus

Madeira-Mamoré Railroad



Henry Wickham

Fordlândia

“Café com Leite”

“National Art Week”

Tenentes’ Revolt

“Knight of Hope”

Prestes Column

Cangaceiros Movement

Lampião

“Metonymy”



Getúlio Vargas

Interventors

Constitutionalists

Integralism

Estado Novo

UDN


PSD

PTB


Queremistas

Carlos Lacerda

Juscelino Kubitschek

Brasília


Jânio Quadros

Pilot Plan

João Goulart

Lincoln Gordon

Operation Brother Sam

“Black Orpheus”



Samba

Carnaval


Futebol

Favelas


Feijão

Xuxa



History 564 (Brazil): Books / Articles / Documents (in order of appearance)
Pero Vaz Caminha, “Letter of Pedro Vaz de Caminha to King Manuel” in William Brooks Greenlee, ed., The Voyages of Pedro Álvares Cabral to Brazil and India (London: Hakluyt Society, 1938), 3-33.
Hans Staden, Hans Staden: The True History of his Captivity, 1557, ed. Malcolm Letts (London: George Routledge & Sons, Ltd., 1928), excerpts.
William Arens, The Man-Eating Myth: Anthropology and Anthrophagacy (New York: Oxford University Press, 1979), excerpts.
Arthur C. Clarke, “History Lesson,” Startling Stories 19 (May 1949): 137-141.
Justo Mansilla and Simón Maceta, “Atrocities of the Paulistas,” in Richard M. Morse, ed., The Bandeirantes: The Historical Role of the Brazilian Pathfinders (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965), 81-91.
Gaspar da Madre de Deus, “A Defense of the Paulistas,” in Richard M. Morse, ed., The Bandeirantes: The Historical Role of the Brazilian Pathfinders (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1965), 92-99.
E.L. Myrup, Power and Corruption in the Early Modern Portuguese World (unpublished manuscript), chapter 3.
Domingos Fernandes Nobre, Ana Alcoforada, Francisco Nugeira, and Pero de Moura, “Confessing to the Holy Office of the Inquisition,” in Kenneth Mills, William Taylor, and Sandra Lauderdale Graham, eds. Colonial Latin America: A Documentary History (Wilmington, Del.: Scholarly Resources, 2002), 234-245.
Manoel Cardoso, “António de Gouveia: Adventurer and Priest,” in David G. Sweet and Gary B. Nash, eds., Struggle and Survival in Colonial America (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1981), 142-164.
António Vieira, “Children of God’s Fire,” in Robert Edgar Conrad, ed., Children of God’s Fire: A Documentary History of Black Slavery in Brazil (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983), 163-174.
R. K. Kent, “Palmares: An African State in Brazil,” Journal of African History 6 (1965): 161-175.
Bertita Harding, Amazon Throne: The Story of the Braganzas of Brazil (Garden City and New York: Blue Ribbon Books, 1943), 13-101.
José Bonifácio de Andrada e Silva. “Perhaps No Nation Ever Sinned More Against Humanity Than Portugal,” in Robert Edgar Conrad, ed., Children of God’s Fire: A Documentary History of Black Slavery in Brazil (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1983): 418-427.
Adèle Toussaint-Samson, A Parisian in Brazil, trans. Emma Toussaint (Boston: James H. Earle, 1891), excerpts.
Louis and Elizabeth Agassiz, A Journey in Brazil (Boston: Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1871), excerpts.
Machado de Assis, Dom Casmurro, trans. John Gledson (New York: Oxford University Press, 1997).
Graciliano Ramos, “The Thief,” in Oxford Anthology of the Brazilian Short Story, ed., K. David Jackson (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2006), 203-210.
Rachel G. Queiroz, “Metonymy, or The Husband’s Revenge,” in Oxford Anthology of the Brazilian Short Story, ed., K. David Jackson (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2006), 223-227.
Affonso Henriques de Lima Barreto, “The Man Who Knew Javanese,” in Oxford Anthology of the Brazilian Short Story, ed., K. David Jackson (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2006), 127-134.
Alma Guillermoprieto, Samba (New York: Vintage Books, 1990).





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