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Silvana de Souza Nascimento analyzes the world of transgender and transgender women – Jornal da USP

The researcher analyzes her paper “From the City to the Body: Transvestite Experiences at the City Boundaries,” which addresses the bodies of transgender people and transsexuals and their social exclusion.

By Ricardo Alexino Ferreira

USP . magazine

Diversity in Science #3: Silvana de Souza Nascimento analyzes the world of transgender and intersex women.






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In this edition, Professor Ricardo Alexino Ferreira interviews Silvana de Souza Nascimento, Professor in the Department of Anthropology in the School of Philosophy, Letters and Human Sciences (FFLCH) at the University of the South Pacific and coordinator of the Urban Anthropology Center Laboratory and Coccyx Research Group. (Uncontrolled Studies of Body and Territory), both from USP.

Silvana is also a researcher in the Center for the Study of Diversity, Intolerance, and Conflict (Diversitas-USP) and coordinator of the Graduate Program in Humanities, Law and Other Legalities at FFLCH-USP. She is the author of the book Girls’ colleges and rural knowledge, released by Editora FFLCH-USP.

NS Diversity in the sciences is a science outreach programme, focused on the sciences of diversity and human rights and broadcast every Monday at 1 p.m., with rebroadcasts every Tuesday at 2 a.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m., with guidance and presentation by the journalist and professor at the University of the South Pacific and member of USP HRC Ricardo Alexino Ferreira and Voice Operation Joao Carlos Miguel. The USP radio can be set to 93.7MHz/SP or through the link: http://jornal.usp.br/radio/

Photo: interview profile

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