Rosimeire Barboza Silva is a Psychologist, and currently a Ph.D. candidate at the Centre for Social Studies of the University of Coimbra (CES/UC), Portugal. She is a researcher at NELiS (Center of Language and Society Studies) at the University of Brasilia. A former fellow of the International Fellowships Program of the Ford Foundation, her research interests are related to the ways homeless people mobilize struggles and demands for human rights in complex social contexts, critical race theory, transitional justice, feminist epistemologies, and the production of knowledge. She is an Erasmus and Traineeship fellow at King’s Brazil Institute (2021-2022).
Thesis title: 'The limits of transitional justice in democratic states: the genocide of homeless people in the Guarda and Guandu rivers (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1962-1963)'
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