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Tuesday November 10th, 4pm, St John's College, University of Oxford Seminar organised by the Instituto Camoes Centre and the International Migration Institute

Tuesday, 10th November, 4.30-6.30pm
University of Oxford, St John’s College, the Barn

This Seminar is organised by the Instituto Camoes Centre and the the International Migration Institute.

The seminar examines migration policies and state propaganda from an historical perspective. It includes the screening of a specially made 1 hour documentary ‘America? A disease in people’s minds’ Portugal and the propaganda of emigration”. by the Portuguese documentary film maker Jacinto Godinho.

Convenors: Oliver Bakewell and Luisa Pinto Teixeira

Jacinto Godinho is the director of a fascinating (and award winning) documentary series – ‘Ei-los Que Partem – A Historia da Emigração Porutguesa’ – on the history of Portuguese migration for the Portuguese national broadcaster RTP. He teaches at the New University of Lisbon and is a journalist at RTP, the Portuguese National Television Network.