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Marina Araújo

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Marina Araújo

Marina Araújo is a Brazilian historian living in São Paulo. She did her graduate work at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, and was a 2012-2013 visiting Fulbright researcher at New York University. She currently teaches at FESPSP in Sao Paulo (College of Sociology and Political Sciences), where she is a humanities professor, specializing in history, sociology and cultural theory.

Articles by Marina Araújo

FLIP 2015: Between a Search for the Future and Nostalgia for the Past
By Marina Araújo
This year's FLIP (Festa Literária Internacional de Paraty, or Paraty International Literary Fest) had a certain desolate feeling for me at times. Maybe it was the weather, cloudy with intermittent…
Two Faces
By Adrian Nathan West
Eyes closed, I see again the delicate edens growing in the frost on the windowpanes. Luminous garlands woven into the snow-covered railings during the festive season to celebrate the birth of a child-god.…
Translated from French by Marina Araújo
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