Dr Andreza A. De Souza Santos

Research Interests

Research Interests:

Countries/Regions:

  • Brazil, Latin America, India, and South Africa
Contact Information

Email: andreza.desouzasantos@lac.ox.ac.uk

Website: www.andreza.co.uk

Twitter: @andreza_aruska

Phone: +44 (0) 1865 2-84775

Publications

Please visit my Google Scholar profile for an up-to-date list.

Monographs and Edited Books

De Souza Santos, A. A. & Keith, M. (eds.) (2021) “African cities and collaborative futures Urban platforms and metropolitan logistics”. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

De Souza Santos, A. A. & M, Keith (eds.) (2020) “Urban transformations and public health in the emergent city.” Manchester University Press.

De Souza Santos, A. A. (2019) “The Politics of Memory: Urban Cultural Heritage in Brazil”, London: Rowman & Littlefield International.

De Souza Santos, A. A. , Simcik Arese, N. & Keith, M. (eds.) (in preparation, Manchester University Press) Provisional title: “The Good City: Urban Comparison and Value”

 

Journal Articles

De Souza Santos, A. A. et al. “Dataset on SARS-CoV-2 non-pharmaceutical interventions in Brazilian municipalities” Nature Scientific Data (March, 2021)

Sabino, E. C. (…) de Souza Santos, A. A. et al., “Resurgence of COVID-19 in Manaus, Brazil, despite high seroprevalence". The Lancet (Jan 2021).

Buss, L. F., Prete, C. A., Abrahim, C. M., (...) De Souza Santos, A. A., et al.  (2020). Three-quarters attack rate of SARS-CoV-2 in the Brazilian Amazon during a largely unmitigated epidemic. Science.

Darlan da Silva Candido, Ingra Morales Claro, Jaqueline Goes de Jesus (…) De Souza Santos, A. A., et al. (2020) “Evolution and epidemic spread of SARS-CoV-2 in Brazil”. Science.

William Marciel de Souza, Lewis Fletcher Buss, Darlan da Silva Candido (…) De Souza Santos, A. A., et al. (2020) “Epidemiological and clinical characteristics of the early phase of the COVID-19 epidemic in Brazil”. Nature Human Behaviour.

De Souza Santos, A. A. & Payne, L. (2020) “The right-wing backlash in Brazil and Beyond”. Politics and Gender. 

De Souza Santos, A. A. (2020). “Governance challenges in Latin American cities“. Cell Press. 

De Souza Santos, A. A. (2019) “Trading time and space: grassroots negotiations in a Brazilian mining district”. Ethnography.

De Souza Santos, A. A. & Iamamoto, S. (2019) “The difficult legacy of mining in past and contemporary Potosí and Ouro Preto”. Journal of Latin American Geography.

De Souza Santos, A. A. (2018) “Risky closeness and distance in two fieldwork sites in Brazil”. Contemporary Social Science.

 

Book Chapters

De Souza Santos, A. A. (2019) “Risky closeness and distance in two fieldwork sites in Brazil”. In Abdelhalim, J & Marks, Monique (eds) Identity, agency and fieldwork methodologies in risky environments. Routledge.

De Souza Santos, A. A. and Tom Hulme (2019) “Cultural Marginality and Urban Place Making: the Case of Leicester and Ouro Preto”. In Cupples, J.  & T. Slater (eds.) Producing and contesting urban marginality: Interdisciplinary and comparative dialogues. Rowman & Littlefield International.

De Souza Santos, A. A. (Forthcoming 2021) “From protests to silence: social movements in contemporary Brazil”. In Hatzikidi, K  & Dullo, E. (eds.) A Horizon of (im)possibilities: A chronicle of Brazil’s conservative turn. London: ILAS.

De Souza Santos, A. A. (2013) “Chandigarh and Brasilia: utopias or dystopias?” in Fulquet, G. Janz, C., Kumar, A. (eds.) Analyzing Globalisation in the 21st Century. Argentine: FLACSO, pp. 163-174.

 

Book Reviews

De Souza Santos, A. A (2020) Review of the book “An Economic and Demographic History of São Paulo” by Francisco Vidal Luna and Herbert S. Klein. Urban History Journal

De Souza Santos, A. A (2018) Review of the book “The limits to citizen power: Participatory democracy and the entanglements of the state” by Victor Albert. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute

De Souza Santos, A. A. (2014) Review of the book “Space and Society in Central Brazil: A Panará Ethnography” by Elizabeth Ewart. The London School of Economics and Political Science Review of Books.