The BRaS Academic Committee is glad to announce that our first Annual Report is available [online]. Accountability and transparency are the core values of BRaS. We hope you enjoy the reading about our 2020!
Boletim Lua Nova and BraS have established a partnership agreement for the publication and promotion of academic texts. The agreement will expand the content offered by both institutions. BraS editorial staff will dedicate an exclusive section of its website to Lua Nova texts. The texts of this section will also be indexed in the German Library by the ISSN 2701-4924 identifier.
The Brazilian Research Studies Center, in an effort to publicize the work done by researchers and research institutes, published in its blog some translations related to the coronavirus crisis. The texts were originally organized by the National Association of Postgraduate Studies in Social Sciences (ANPOCS), the Brazilian Society of Sociology (SBS), the Brazilian Association of Anthropology (ABA), the Brazilian Association of Political Science (ABCP) and the Association of Social Scientists of the Mercosur Religion (ACSRM).