Category:Writers from São Paulo
Pages in category "Writers from São Paulo"
The following 70 pages are in this category, out of 70 total, this list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
The following 70 pages are in this category, out of 70 total, this list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
1. Paulo Aquarone – Paulo de Tarso Aquarone is a Brazilian multimedia poet. 1996 - Individual Exhibition at the Library Sergio Milliet Centro Cultural São Paulo, 1997/1998 - Solo Exhibitions, traveling, the Historical Museum of the State Secretariat of Culture of São Paulo - Guaratinguetá, Rio Claro, Vinhedo, Itapecerica da Serra. 1997 - Underground Passage of Consolation, São Paulo - SP, the 40 works were donated to the Collection of the National Library, and 30 copies of the 11th book, Poems and Graphic Illustrations. 2001 - Solo exhibition in the lobby of the Caixa Econômica Federal - Centro - SP,2002 - Solo Exhibition Complex at Julio Prestes by the State Ministry of Culture. 2003 - Solo exhibition at the Cultural PRODAM,2003 - Solo exhibition in the Municipal Library Andrade. 2004 - Solo exhibition in Int Paraty Literary Festival,2005 - Solo exhibition at Casa das Rosas-Space Haroldo de Campos, São Paulo - SP from January 28 to March 18. 2005 - Solo exhibition in the Hall-Banespa Santander Cultural Center, São Paulo - SP May 30-June 30,2006 - Solo exhibition at the Public Library Alceu Amoroso Lima, São Paulo - SP from February 7 to March 4. 2006 - Solo exhibition at the Cultural Public Tendal Lapa, São Paulo - SP from May 8 to June 8,2006 - Shows Technology Connections conference - Sergio Motta Art and Technology in the lobby Senac Scipio Lapa, São Paulo - SP on May 26. 2006 - Solo Exhibition in the Office of Art & Lordello Gobbi,2007 - Solo exhibition at the Public Library of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro - RJ2 April to 3 May. 2007/2010 - Exhibition in digital media, by TVO Mixer, Brazil from November 30 to November 30, 2008/2009 - Solo exhibition at the Cultural Center Oduvaldo Vianna Filho - Castelinho do Flamengo, Rio de Janeiro - RJ of 3 December 2008 to February 9,2009. 2010 - Solo exhibition at the Public Library of the State of Santa Catarina - Florianópolis - SC May 20 to June 25,2010 - Collective exhibition FILE in the building of FIESP - São Paulo - SP,27 July to 29 August. 2011 - Solo exhibition at the Library of São Paulo - SP from 01 ° to 31 March. 2012 - Exhibition video-poem projected on low Center Festival - São Paulo - SP March 23 to April 12012 - Solo exhibition at Theatro XVIII in Pelourinho - Salvador - BA in July. 2013 - Exhibition video-poem projected on low Center Festival - São Paulo - SP5 to 14 April,2013 - Exhibition in SP-Arte in A Ponte Gallery - São Paulo - SP3 to 7 April. Information Center Window on America – Croatia, luis Nassif portal - Cafu blog – Brazil. MeioTom Poesia & Prosa - Brazil, editing book “Poemas Escolhidos”, on handmade paper printed in letterpress. Paulo Bomfim Augusto de Campos Raphael Galvez Ferreira Gullar Judith Lauand Antônio Maluf Antônio Miranda Adélia Prado João Scortecci Official website
2. Frank Braun – Frank Dirceu Braun is a Brazilian and American journalist, author and entrepreneur. He is a writer and producer, with over 25 years of experience in both print and broadcast journalism. Braun has worked as an Associate Producer for 60 Minutes, and he has covered the space programs of Brazil, the United States, and China for over a decade. Braun has also written for United Press International, CBS, News, Space News, and Business Week magazine. Braun is currently working on a novel, to be published simultaneously in the U. S. born in Brazil, and raised in the U. S. Braun is a graduate of UCLA with a degree in English Literature. After graduation, he returned to Brazil to help launch The Latin America Daily Post and he also worked for McKinsey & Company Inc, an international management consulting firm. In 1994, Braun was the Executive Producer for the 25th Anniversary of Apollo 11, vice-President Al Gore was the keynote speaker, Braun also produced the 25th and 30th Anniversary Galas of the Apollo 13 mission. In December 2002, Braun and James Camerons Earthship. TV co-produced the 30th Anniversary of Apollo 17, Braun serves a member of the business advisory board of a fusion technology company. He is also the co-founder of Tri-Alpha Energy Inc. a Research, on November 15,2001, Brauns production company collaborated with James Camerons Earthship. TV to produce The Arthur C. Clarke 2001 Gala. The Clarke Gala honored Science Fiction Writer Arthur C, Clarke, and was attended by over 400 guests in Los Angeles. Keynote speakers included Film Director James Cameron, Actors Patrick Stewart and Morgan Freeman, and Astronauts Buzz Aldrin, James Lovell, in December 2002, Braun and James Camerons Earthship. TV co-produced the 30th Anniversary of Apollo 17, Americas last mission to the moon. In 2002, Braun coordinated the meeting for Buzz Aldrin and previous governor Roseana Sarney and those awards were presented for Bad Doctors, Blind Trust, an investigative series Braun wrote and produced, which led to reform of the California Medical Board. Article Alcantara - Ready and Waiting was cited in Steven Lambakiss book, On the Edge of Earth, article Brazilian Congress Criticizes Bilateral Agreement with US was cited in Victor Zaborskys report, The Brazilian Export Control System. Article Romancing the Skies was cited in LT Col Robert D. Newberrys journal Latin American Countries with Space Programs, Colleagues or Competitors
3. Boris Fausto – Boris Fausto is a Brazilian historian, political scientist and writer. During his career, he carried out studies on the history of Brazil in the republican period, about mass immigration to Brazil, crime and criminality in São Paulo. Fausto was born to a family of Jewish immigrants and his mother, Eva, was born in Turkey, while his father Simon, was born in Transylvania, current Romania. He attended Colégio Mackenzie as a student and Colégio São Bento at high school. He graduated in Law in 1953 and then mastered in History in 1966 at University of São Paulo, in 1975 he became an Associate Professor of political sciences at USP and from 1988 to 1997, he was a retired professor-collaborator of the Political Sciences Department of USP. In 2001, he was nominated for the Brazilian Academy of Sciences, in 1961, he married educator and co-founder of Escola Vera Cruz, Cynira Stocco Fausto, with whom he had two sons, sociologist Sérgio Fausto and anthropologist Carlos Fausto. 2000 - Prêmio Jabuti - Câmara Brasileira do Livro - Category Human Sciences Trabalho urbano e conflito social, DIFEL,1977, crime e cotidiano, A Criminalidade em São Paulo,1. ed. Historiografia da imigração para São Paulo, IDESP, Editora Sumaré,1991, história do Brasil, Fundação para o Desenvolvimento da Educação,1994. Brasil, de colônia a democracia, Alianza,1995, | Imigração e política em São Paulo, Editora Sumaré,1995 | Diversos autores. A Revolução de 1930, historiografia e história, Companhia das Letras,1997, negócios e ócios, histórias da imigração, Companhia das Letras,1997. Fazer a América, a imigração em massa para a América, história Concisa do Brasil, EDUSP, IMESP,2000. O pensamento nacionalista autoritário, Jorge Zahar Editor,2001, Brasil e Argentina, Um ensaio de história comparada, Editora 34,2004. Memória e história, Editora Graal,2005, céu da boca, Lembranças de refeições da infância, Editora Ágora,2006. | Various authors Getúlio Vargas, O poder e o sorriso, O crime do restaurante chinês, Carnaval, futebol e justiça na São Paulo dos anos 30, Companhia das Letras,2009. Memórias de um historiador de domingo, Companhia das Letras,2010, a collection released in the 1990s and re-released in the 2000s by Editora Bertrand Brasil, co-written with Sérgio Buarque de Hollanda. Vol.01 - A época colonial, do descobrimento à expansão territorial, vol.02 - A época colonial, administração, economia, sociedade. Vol.03 - O Brasil monárquico, o processo de emancipação, vol.04 - O Brasil monárquico, dispersão e Unidade. Vol.05 - O Brasil monárquico, reações e transações, vol.06 - O Brasil monárquico, declínio e queda do Império
4. Rosana Hermann – Rosana Hermann is an author, writer and host in Brazil. Her last program was Atualíssima with Leão Lobo on Rede Bandeirantes, since 2000, Rosana has kept a blog. In 2008 she received the BOBs Award granted by Deutsche Welle as the best blog in Portuguese and she began her career in television as a producer in writer-Editevê RMC, where she was hired to produce a program for Rede Bandeirantes television. She has worked professionally in TV since 1983, and on the Internet since 1995, between the years 1996 and 1997 belonged to Rosana Paulo team of editors of Sai de Baixo, along with Flavio de Souza, Elias Coutinho Andreato and Laertes. After leaving Rede Bandeirantes, Rosana he worked at Rede Record and she was artistic director of the Womens Television Network. Throughout her career, she worked at SBT, Radio Jovem Pan and she is co-author of All the Great Mind Capture and was columnist of the Journal of Curious and the Jornal da Tarde. On the Internet, she became a columnist for several websites, among them, the blog, Dear Reader. In 2005, she was a partner of media and marketing company called Synapsys, in 2008, she went to Rede Bandeirantes leaving the function editor program Panic on TV. Band on the hot headed next to Leo Lobo until, in late 2008 and she presented the Night is a Child led by Otavio Mesquita. In September 2009, took over as director of Product Creation and R7, in February 2010, Rosana became a teacher of the course of TV writer in the College of Communication at Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado
5. Bertha Lutz – Bertha Maria Júlia Lutz was a Brazilian zoologist, politician, and diplomat. Lutz became a figure in both the Pan American feminist movement and human rights movement. Bertha Lutz was born in São Paulo and her father, Adolfo Lutz, was a pioneering physician and epidemiologist of Swiss origin, and her mother, Amy Fowler, was a British nurse. Bertha Lutz studied natural sciences, biology and zoology at the University of Paris - Sorbonne, soon after obtaining her degree, she returned to Brazil. Lutz later created the Brazilian Federation for Women’s Progress in 1922, Lutz served as a delegate to the Pan-American Conference of Women in Baltimore, Maryland, US that same year, and would continue to attend women’s rights conferences in the years to come. In 1925, she was elected president of the Inter-American Union of Women, lutz’s involvement in the fight for women’s suffrage made her the leading figurehead of women’s rights until the end of 1931, when Brazilian women finally gained the right to vote. Lutz’s advocacy for the rights of women did not end with the right to vote, in 1933, after obtaining her law degree from Rio de Janeiro Law School, Lutz participated and introduced several proposals for gender equity in the of Montevideo, Uruguay. Most notable of these proposals was her call for the refocusing of the Inter-American Commission of Women on the issue of equality in the workplace. In 1935, Lutz decided to run for Congress and came in second behind Cándido Pessoa, and replaced him when he died a year later, making Lutz one of the few Brazilian Congresswomen of the time. Lutz, however, was unable to forward her measures when Getúlio Vargas was reinstated as dictator in 1937, which led to a suspension of parliamentary and, consequently. Lutz nonetheless continued her diplomatic career, in 1964, Lutz headed the Brazilian delegation at the 14th Inter-American Commission in Montevideo. Although she was a little over seventy during this stage of her life, Lutz continued to attend conferences, after returning to Brazil in 1918, Lutz dedicated herself to the study of amphibians, especially poison dart frogs and frogs of the family Hylidae. In 1919, she was hired by the Museu Nacional do Rio de Janeiro and she later became a naturalist at the Section of Botany. In 1958, she described what is now known as Lutzs rapids frog, during this conference, Lutz advocated for equality among the sexes and the specific mention of women in the clauses that protect against injustices and abuse. At this conference, Lutz advocated for the equality of rights and opportunity of women, Lutz came prepared to this conference with a study of the legal status of women in the Americas and advocated that the nationality of married women should not be contingent on that of their husbands. She also proposed an Equals Rights treaty and pushed the Inter-American Commission of Women to refocus, along with three other women, Lutz fought for the inclusion of the word “women” in the preamble to the United Nations Charter. Womens suffrage Feminism Bertha Lutz, Photographs from LIFE Magazine, three photos, captioned in English Berta Lutz, Biografia. Getúlio Vargas Foundation CPDOC Berta Lutz, Biografia
6. Marcelo Rubens Paiva – Marcelo Rubens Paiva is a Brazilian writer born in São Paulo, Brazil. He is the son of Rubens Paiva, who disappeared during Brazils military dictatorship in 1971, when jumping off a waterfall, Paiva fractured his spine and became tetraplegic. In 1983, after extensive physiotherapy, he gained the movement of arms and hands and wrote Feliz Ano Velho, an autobiographical recollection of these events. Marcelo Rubens Paiva has also written Blecaute, Ua, brari, As Fêmeas, Bala na Agulha, Não és Tu Brasil, Malu de Bicicleta, since 2003, he has been writing a blog for the Brazilian newspaper Estadão. Editora Objetiva | Marcelo Rubens Paiva
7. Ciro Pessoa – He also formed numerous other short-lived and lesser known projects in the mid-1980s/1990s before beginning a solo career in 2003. Ciro Pessoa was born in São Paulo in 1957, when he was 7 years old he learned how to play the classical guitar, and with 12 he began to perform in music festivals around the city. Pessoa never recorded anything with Titãs during his stay with them and he left Titãs in 1983 due to creative divergences which culminated with a falling-out between him and André Jung. Shortly afterwards, Pessoa formed two concomitant new bands, Os Jetsons, with Branco Mello and Charles Gavin, and Ricotas do Harlem, both bands were very short-lived however, and wouldnt record any albums or even perform any shows. In 1984 he formed Cabine C, one of Brazils first and most well-known gothic rock bands, alongside his then-wife Wania Forghieri, sandra Coutinho of Mercenárias and Charles Gavin. Scandurra, Gaspa and Gavin would be replaced by former Akira S. E as Garotas que Erraram members Anna Ruth dos Santos and Marinella Setti, with this new line-up Cabine C released their first album, Fósforos de Oxford, in 1986, despite being well received by the critics and the public alike, it was a commercial failure. The band would come to an end in 1987 due to problems with their label, RPM Discos. Prior to their disbanding, Cabine C was working on an album, which would be called Cotonetes Desconexos, four songs were already recorded for it. Alongside Forghieri Pessoa also composed the soundtrack of the 1993 film Oceano Atlantis, the film, however, never received a wide release. As the 1990s went by Pessoa wrote some songs which would eventually be performed by Ira. member Fábio Scattone and they never recorded any albums, but toured extensively around the state of São Paulo before disbanding. Pessoa also began writing articles, travel accounts and prose poems for some magazines and newspapers around this time, such as Playboy. Most of Pessoas articles and poems are compiled on his official WordPress blog, O Mundo de Mantraman, eno, Ecos de um Encantamento Distante, Manual das Mãos, Patagônia Mentalis and Os Emblemas. It retained CPSPs pop rock sonority, albeit adding more experimental elements and they recorded an as-of-yet unreleased album, Batuca Aqui. In 2001 Pessoa and Branco Mello wrote the music and lyrics for a concept album, Eu e Meu Guarda-Chuva, about a boy named Eugênio. The album was adapted into a book in 2003 and into a film in 2010, nor the book or the film had Pessoas involvement. In 2003 Pessoa began a career with the release of No Meio da Chuva Eu Grito Help on the Voiceprint Records imprint. In 2010 he signed with independent label Rosa Celeste to release his second album, a huge concert promoting the album took place at the Ibirapuera Auditorium in São Paulo in the same year