Janaína Martins Cordeiro
Associate Professor of Contemporary History at the Department of History at Universidade Federal Fluminense (UFF). Has a Post-Doctorate degree from the same university (CNPq, 2012-2013 and FAPERJ Nota 10, 2013-2014). Ph.D. in History from UFF, with a thesis defended on the celebrations of the Sesquicentenary of the Independence of Brazil, in 1972. Completed a Ph.D. internship at the Center d'Histoire de Sciences Politique de Paris (2009-2010, CAPES-COFECUB scholarship). Researcher linked to NEC / UFF. Has experience in the area of History, with an emphasis on Contemporary History, acting mainly on the following themes: memory, history of rights and civil-military dictatorship.
Leandro Pereira Gonçalves
Associate Professor of History of Contemporary America and Republican Brazil at the Department of History at the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF), working in the Postgraduate Program in History. CNPq Research Productivity Scholarship - Level 2. Ph.D. in History from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) with an internship (junior visiting fellowship), at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon (ICS-ULisboa) and with a postdoctoral degree from the Universidad Nacional de Córdoba (Centro de Estudios Avanzados / Argentina). Member of the Administrative Council of the International Association of Comparative Fascist Studies (ComFas). Collaborating researcher at the Center for the Study of Religious History at the Catholic University of Portugal (CEHR / UCP) and external collaborator at HISPONA / University of Santiago de Compostela. Recent research has focused on issues related to the History of Latin America, in the fields of Political and Cultural History, as well as transnational elements and approaches compared to the Iberian Peninsula. From the perspective of political cultures, he develops research dedicated to the understanding of conservatism, immigration and religions, especially within the scope of the studies of rights, authoritarianism and authoritarian regimes, fascisms, integralism, Francoism salazarism