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Transnational reflections from Brazilians in London and Maré, Rio de Janeiro
Cathy McIlwaine, Miriam Krenzinger, Yara Evans, and Eliana Sousa Silva

: Queen Mary University of London . Evans , Y. , Tonhati , T. , Dias , G. , Brightwell , G. , Sheringham , O. , and Souza , A. ( 2011 ). Brazilians in London: A report . Canadian Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies , 36 : 235–48 . Fenster , T. ( 2005 ). The right to the gendered city: Different formations of belonging in everyday life . Journal of Gender Studies , 14 : 217–31 . Guimarães , M.C. , and Pedroza , R.L.S. ( 2015 ). Violência contra a mulher: Problematizando definições teóricas, filosóficas e jurídicas . Psicologia

in Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city
Luiz Eduardo Soares

human subject. As the Caribbean scholar C.L.R. James tellingly argued in his 1938 work, Black Jacobins could make a claim in the name of liberté , égalité and fraternité , but slavery was to remain central to the political economy of post-revolutionary France. More powerfully still, Paul Gilroy ( 1993 ) in his landmark postcolonial work The Black Atlantic argues powerfully that Hegel’s master–slave dialectic should be inverted. Euro-American modernity, for Gilroy, should be viewed through lenses of the gendered subjectivities of the slave, deconstructing the

in Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city