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Antonio Carlos Higino da Silva

Researcher associated with LEHA / UFRJ. Graduation and Full Degree in History (2005), Master (2009) and Doctorate (2020) in Comparative History by the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He has carried out research on social thought and modernization processes in 19th century Brazil, including abolitionism, the so-called “Associacionismo” and the surrounding sociability. His investigations address the emergence of corporations and public service concessions, including public-private relations in contexts in a modernization that still coexisted with the slave labor connected to the uses of technologies and economic production.

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