Bernard Witholt on Growing Up in Brazil

 

Chinese Amherst Students Hit Rio+20 with Big Plans for Environmental Change

Submitted on Thursday, 6/14/2012, at 3:32 PM
Three students originally from China, who met on the Amherst College campus and became united in their concern for the environment, hope to make waves over the next couple of weeks in Rio de Janeiro,Brazil, at the Rio+20 Earth Summit, a major United Nations conference attended by many countries’ political leaders.

The Remarkable Rapprochement Between the United States and Brazil Since 2007

Was it Predictable? Is it Sustainable? Does it Matter?

Javier Corrales, Professor of Political Science

Introduction

Submitted by Eloy R. Shepard
Hi! My name is Eloy Shepard. I Have travelled and lived in Brazil for a few years.  I go back once a year around Carnaval (depending on dates) to visit family and friends.

“Contemporary Brazil: Law, Politics and Resources” at Amherst College Nov. 9

Brazil’s Lula Exemplifies the Many Lefts of Latin America, says Amherst College Political Scientist Javier Corrales

November 3, 2006 Director of Media Relations413/542-8417 AMHERST, Mass.—Expect the unexpected from the Latin American left, predicts Javier Corrales, associate professor of political science at Amherst College and author of an article on “The Many Lefts of Latin America” in the most recent issue of Foreign Policy.

Former Brazilian President Fernando Henrique Cardoso at Amherst College March 5

February 12, 2007Director of Media Relations413/542-8417AMHERST, Mass.—Former Brazilian president Fernando Henrique Cardoso will present a lecture on “Environment, Development and Democracy: Challenges for Brazil,” at 8 p.m. on Monday, March 5, in the Cole Assembly Room at Amherst College. Sponsored by the Victor S. Johnson Lecture Fund and the Office of the President at Amherst College, the talk and panel are free and open to the public.