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Marisa Midori Deaecto

by Richard Meckien - published Nov 26, 2015 11:30 AM - - last modified Mar 21, 2022 08:33 AM

Marisa Midori Deaecto - Perfil

Deaecto is a professor at the Department of Journalism and Publishing of USP's School of Communications and Arts (ECA). She is accredited by the Post-Graduate Program in Economic History of USP's Faculty of Philosophy, Languages and Literature, and Human Sciences (FFLCH). She spent time as a guest professor at the Labex-Transfers at École Normale Supérieure Paris in 2017 and at the Chair of History and Civilization of the Book, EPHE-Paris, in 2013. She graduated in History from FFLCH-USP, where she obtained the titles of master (2000) and doctor (2006) in Economic History. She completed a research internship at EHESS-Paris and at Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines (2004). Her research focus is on economics and urban culture, having published books and articles on this subject. Coordinator of the History of Editing and the Practices of Reading in Brazil (19th and 20th centuries) Study Group. Member of the Board of Directors of the National History Association between 2009 and 2011. Counselor of the Library Commission of ECA-USP. Winner of the 'Sergio Buarque de Holanda' Award of the National Library Foundation in the category Best Essay of the Year of 2011. Winner of the Jabuti Prize - 1st. Place in the Communication category in 2011. Publisher of 'LIVRO', which is the journal of USP's Center for Studies of the Book and Edition. Author of the blog Bibliomania.


Sabbatical project: "Democratic Idolatry or Impossible Equality: A Study on the Reception of François Guizot in Brazil (1848-1860)"

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