Paulo Krischke (1982, Spring ’94) teaches in the Graduate Program in Humanities after retiring from the Department of Sociology and Political Science at the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina in Brazil. He has just published Populism and the Catholic Church: Political Crisis in Brazil, 1964 (Nova, 2010), which he worked on at the Kellogg Institute in 1982 but refrained from publishing immediately. “The military regime was still in power, and most people I interviewed for the research were still alive, entailing considerable danger to most of them. Moreover I wanted to get some more distance from those events,” he writes.

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