[Brazil@Harvard] Conversa 11/30: Lula's Presidency & Post-Election Analysis

Erin Goodman egoodman at fas.harvard.edu
Wed Nov 22 14:19:15 EST 2006


The Harvard University Brazil Studies Program at theDavid Rockefeller 
Center for Latin American Studies presents:

*Lula's Presidency & Post-Election Analysis

*A /Conversa /with *Richard Lapper* (Latin American editor, Financial 
Times) & *Paulo Sotero* (Director of the Brazil Institute, Woodrow 
Wilson International Center for Scholars).
Moderated by Kenneth Maxwell (Harvard University).

*Thursday, November 30, 12-2 PM - CGIS S-050
*1730 Cambridge St., Cambridge, MA 02138*
*For more information, please visit our website: 
http://drclas.fas.harvard.edu/brazil
This event is made possible by the generous support of the Jorge Paulo 
Lemann fund.

*Richard Lapper *is Latin America Editor at the FT. He edits - and often 
writes - Latin America Agenda, a weekly analytical column on political, 
economic and business issues in the region. Richard leads the FT's 
reporting team in Latin America, writes leaders and is a regular 
contributor to the analysis and comment pages of the FT newspaper. He 
also broadcasts and speaks about events in the region for a wide range 
of media and institutions. He has been in his current post since May 
1998. He was previously financial news editor (1997-98), capital markets 
editor (1994-97) and insurance correspondent (1990-94).  He was 
previously an editor at Financial Times Business Information and the 
Economist Intelligence Unit. He began journalism in 1980 as a 
correspondent in Central America for Latin America Newsletters. He was 
born in Sheffield, England and lives in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

*Paulo Sotero Marques* is Director of the Brazil Institute at the 
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. Sotero was the 
Washington correspondent for /Estado de S. Paulo/, a leading Brazilian 
daily newspaper, for the last seventeen years. He has been also a 
regular commentator and analyst for the BBC radio's Portuguese language 
service, Radio France Internationale, and the Brazilian Rádio Eldorado. 
Since 2003 he has been an adjunct lecturer at Georgetown University. 
Sotero has a BA in history from the Catholic University of Pernambuco, 
Brazil, and an MA in Journalism and Public Affairs from The American 
University in Washington, D.C.  In 1987, he received the prestigious 
Maria Moors Cabot Award Special Citation from the Graduate School of 
Journalism, Columbia University. He is also the recipient of the 1993 
Distinguished Visiting Lecturer award from the Foreign Service Institute 
of the U.S. Department of State.  

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