Luciane  Scarato Author of Evaluating Organization Development

Luciane Scarato

UFMG/Postdoctoral Researcher

"Le bon historien ressemble à l'ogre de la légende. Là où il flaire la chair humaine, il sait que là est son gibier." - Marc Bloch

Subjects: History


Luciane holds a PhD in History at the University of Cambridge (2017). She was a postdoctoral researcher at Mecila: Maria Sibylla Merian Centre Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean (2017-2020). She did an MPhil in Cultural History at UNICAMP (2006). She has recently been awarded a Holland Visiting Fellowship at Durham University and is a postdoctoral researcher at UFMG. Her latest publications are ‘The Portuguese Language in Brazil: multiple peoples, multiple forms.’ In: Diadorim, Rio de Janeiro, vol. 21, Especial, 2019, pp. 200-226; ‘Booksellers’ Catalogues and Readership in the Luso-Brazilian World.’ In: Bautz, A. and Gregory, J. (eds.), Libraries, Books, and Collectors of Texts, 1600-1900 (Routledge, 2018); Caminhos e Descaminhos do Ouro nas Minas setecentistas: contrabando, cotidiano e cultura material (Annablume, FAPESP, 2014).

Areas of Research / Professional Expertise

    Iberian Studies
    History of the Book
    Atlantic History
    Latin American Studies
    Colonial and Imperial Brazil

Personal Interests

    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages  - TESOL
    Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries - CPLP



Featured Title
 Featured Title - Convivial Constellations in Latin America - Scarato et. al - 1st Edition book cover


Convivial [Hi]Stories

Published: Aug 14, 2020

Video about my research at the Maria Sybilla Merian Centre Conviviality-Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Diálogos Mecila #6

Published: Aug 14, 2020

Podcast about my chapter in "Conviival Constellations in Latin America". Also available on Spotify.