With an unparalleled location in the nation's capital, award-winning faculty and access to some of the most important research repositories in the world, the GW Department of History offers an ideal platform from which to explore our past. Undergraduate and graduate students are exposed to a diversity of topics, from the Africa diaspora to the Cold War, from imperialism to urbanization, from the founding of Islam to Judaic history, from race relations to labor, law and politics. Students graduate with the knowledge and analytical tools necessary for success in a wide range of careers.
Not One, But Many Brazils: Race-Thinking, Modernization, and the 1964 Coup d'État
As part of GW's Latin American History Seminar Series, Cos Tollerson, ABD (New York University), will be lecturing on Brazil around the time of the 1964 coup.