Sonhos da periferia

Editora Todavia S.A
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O modernismo argentino é tão rico quanto o brasileiro, mas segue injustamente desconhecido no Brasil. Este é um livro que contribui com brilhantismo para alterar esse cenário. Sonhos da periferia é um retrato poderoso e multifacetado da inteligência argentina na década de 1930, desde os primórdios do contexto de emergência da vanguarda, passando pelo projeto cultural vitorioso da revista SUR, até o registro das experiências de vida e de trabalho de letrados profissionais que sobreviviam à custa de encomendas da indústria editorial.
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About the author

Sergio Miceli nasceu no Rio de Janeiro, em 1945. É professor titular do departamento de sociologia na Universidade de São Paulo. Lecionou na Universidade de Chicago, na Escuela Nacional de Antropología y Historia, na Cidade do México, e na École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, em Paris.
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Editora Todavia S.A
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Published on
Jan 10, 2018
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Pages
180
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ISBN
9788593828393
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Language
Portuguese
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Genres
Social Science / Sociology / General
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