Holds a BA in History from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1986), a Masters in Economic History from the University of São Paulo (1993), a Ph.D in Economic History from the University of São Paulo (2000) and a post-doctorate from the Brazilian Center of Analysis and Planning (2003). Currently she is an Associate Professor at FFLCH/USP’s Department of History, working in the undergraduate program in International Relations and the graduate program in History. She is a researcher at the Brazilian Center of Analysis and Planning. Has experience in the field of History of Brazil in the 19th Century, working primarily with the following themes: political representation, institutional organization of the state, parliament.
Research line:History of Brazil in the 19th CenturyThe Construction of the Brazilian State in the 19th CenturyCurriculum lattesE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org