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5th National Seminar on Social History Research

On August 17th and 18th, as part of the program of the 5th National Seminar on Social History Research, Prof. Dr. Ester Liberato Pereira, the leader of GEHEF, co-coordinated, along with Prof. Ma. Andréia Luciana Ribeiro de Freitas (SEE-MG), the Coordinated Communication Panel "Corporealities and Bodily Practices: Historical, Spatial, Social, and Cultural Manifestations."


On the second day of this panel, GEHEF was also represented by Mariane Alves de Souza, a History master's student from PPGH - Unimontes and a CAPES scholarship holder; Daniely Santos Ramos Costa, a History undergraduate student at Unimontes and a FAPEMIG scholarship holder; Jéssica Fagundes Sales, a History undergraduate student at Unimontes and a FAPEMIG scholarship holder; Guilherme Carvalho Vieira, a History master's student from PPGH - Unimontes; and Eduardo Pinheiro Santos, a graduate in Physical Education from Unimontes.


Mariane Souza presented the paper titled "Black Women in Magazine: A Study of Alceu Penna's 'Garotas' Column in O Cruzeiro"; Daniely Costa presented the paper titled "Army Riding School: The Influence of the French Military Mission of Instruction on Military Doctrine"; and Jéssica Sales presented the paper titled "Historical and Legal Overview of Equine Well-being in Equestrian Sports in Brazil." Guilherme Vieira presented the paper titled "'Officialization of Sports' and the Process of 'Sportivization': An Analysis from the Revista de Educação Physica (1940)"; and Eduardo Santos presented the paper titled "Historical-Cultural Actions and Assistive Technology in Adapted and Paralympic Equestrian Sports in Brazil."


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