Historias 32 – Micah Oelze on cultural politics in 1930s Brazil

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Dr. Micah Oelze joined Steven to discuss his research on the politics of urban planning in 1940s Colombia, his current book project on cultural politics in 1930s Brazil, and how his embrace of technology has influenced his pedagogy.



Additional resources:

Micah’s website

Micah’s podcast The Humanities Professional Podcast

Micah on twitter

Micah’s “Demolishing Legitimacy: Bogotá’s Urban Reforms for the 1948 Pan-American Conference,” Journal of Latin American Studies 49, no 1 (2017): 83-113.

Sao Paulo, 1920


Associate Professor of History at Wingate University. Texas and Ohio State graduate. Massive Longhorns fan. And I like a nice margarita too.