What I have been writing (3)

I wrote a short piece for The Conversation UK about the so-called evangelical news in Brazil.

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The inevitability of What’s App

As What’s App becomes the standard chat app, I ponder on the app inevitability based on a few McLuhan’s insights.

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Being optimistic in dark times

It is not that my book sees total progress in Brazil, but it is fairly optimistic when it comes to the progress and diversification of the country’s media environment in the last decades. I interviewed two dozens of media producers, all based across that immense territory: from the Amazonian area to the very hot northeast;…

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What I have been writing (2)

After my PhD, part of my 2018 was dedicated to ensuring that all the research I did in the last three years could come to life.

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What I’ve been writing (1)

A review of the exhibition “Another Kind of Life” at the Barbican In this review, I focus on the ambitiousness of saying that one can portray “another kind of life”, as there are limitations found in and out of the art world. I welcome the exhibition due to the great names it can gather, and…

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