Professor Joaze Bernardino-Costa (University of Brasília)
Joaze Bernardino-Costa is professor of Sociology at University of Brasília – Brazil. His research is concerned with race relations, affirmative action, and domestic work through the perspective of decolonization methodology. His PhD dissertation was about the domestic work unions in Brazil and it is being prepared for publication. He has also developed a collaborative dialogue with domestic worker activists and affirmative action proponents in Brazilian universities.
- Bernardino-Costa, Joaze. “Destabilizing the national hegemonic narrative: the decolonized thought of Brazil’s domestic workers’ unions”. Latin American Perspectives, 38: 33-45, September 2011.
- Bernardino-Costa, Joaze; Santos, S. A.; Silvério, V. R. “Relações Raciais em Perspectiva”. Sociedade e Cultura. Volume 12: 215-222, 2009.
- Bernardino-Costa, Joaze. Sindicato das Trabalhadoras Domésticas no Brasil: um movimento de resistência e re-existência. Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios del Trabajo, volume 20: 69-90, 2008.
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