Bethânia Pereira has an M.A. degree in Social History from State University of Campinas (Unicamp), where she is now a PhD candidate. Her current research draws from the Atlantic trajectory of Jonathas Granville (1785-1839) to understand the entanglements between race and class in nineteenth-century Haiti. She is a member of the Rede de Historiadorxs Negrxs and co-editor of Nossas Histórias, a project in partnership with Acervo Cultne and Portal Geledés.
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