Introducing the Paulista Editorial Team

In each issue we will present one of the editorial teams that collaborate in the translation and production of Global Dialogue.

It is a pleasure to introduce our team of Brazilian regional editors to the readers of Global Dialogue worldwide. Furthermore, we are extremely excited to work in a publication that has contributed greatly to the exchange of experiences and information on sociology from the most diverse places. We hope this space for dialogue will grow ever stronger. The following is a brief summary of the activities of our team members, also known as ‘The Paulista Team’:

Andreza Tonasso Galli has a degree in International Relations from the Universidade de São Paulo (USP) and she’s currently a graduate student in the Department of Sociology, USP, where she’s studying race relations and the black movement. She also takes part in the university extension project ‘Educar Para o Mundo’ that works with popular education, immigration and human rights.

Dmitri Cerboncini Fernandes graduated with his first degree in Social Sciences (2004) and then received his PhD in Sociology (2010) from USP. In 2008 he pursued sociological studies at École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales of Paris, France, made possible by a FAPESP scholarship. At this moment he is developing a postdoctoral research in Social History at the USP about the relationships between samba symbolical representations and Afro-Brazilian politics of cultural affirmation in the 1970s.

Fábio Silva Tsunoda has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences from the Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP/Marília) and is currently a sociology master’s degree student at the USP where he conducts research on militants for human rights in post-dictatorship Brazil.

Gustavo Takeshy Taniguti has a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Sciences at the Universidade Federal de São Carlos (UFSCar), and is currently a doctoral student in sociology at the USP. He has been researching Japanese immigration to Brazil, and also has experience in the sociology of work, economic sociology and immigration. He is on the editorial board member of Plural, a journal of the social sciences, and a researcher with the urban anthopology group ‘Núcleo de Antropologia urbana’ (NAU-USP).

Juliana Tonche has bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Universidade Federal de São Carlos (USFCar), where she also did her master’s degree. Today she is a doctoral student in sociology at the Universidade de São Paulo with a focus on restorative justice initiatives. Her interests are conflict management and the sociology of punishment. She is also a member of the following groups: Núcleo de Antropologia do Direito (USP), Grupo de Estudos da Violência e Administração de Conflitos (UFSCar).

Pedro Felipe de Andrade Mancini has a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from the USP, where he is also finishing his Master’s Degree in Social Media on the topic of sociability in virtual realities. In addition, he also works as a member of the editorial board of Plural, the sociology journal of post-graduate students at USP.

Renata Preturlan is a sociology master’s student at USP and is currently studying Bolivian immigration to São Paulo. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in International Relations from USP. She is a member of the Immigration Study Group within the Urban Anthropology Laboratory and of the extension project ‘Educating for the World’.

Brazil, Volume 1, Issue 5

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