Indigenous Language Revitalization in Brazil and Chinese Foreign Policy
On today’s show, World Views spans the globe in our conversations with Maria Gorete Neto and Andrew Scobell about indigenous language revitalization in Brazil and Chinese foreign policy.
Maria Gorete Neto has conducted extensive research addressing indigenous language education in Brazil. She joins us today to discuss indigenous representation in Brazilian politics, ongoing efforts to promote indigenous education and rights, and the historical legacy of Brazil’s colonization.
Andrew Scobell is a senior political scientist at the RAND Corporation. He holds a PhD in political science from Columbia University, and also serves as an adjunct professor in Asian Studies at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. Born and raised in Hong Kong, he has authored and edited several books about China’s foreign relations.
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