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The V National Seminar on Social History Research

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


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


Mariane Souza presented the paper titled "Black Women in Magazines: 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 Instruction Mission on Military Doctrine"; and Jéssica Sales presented the paper titled "Historical and Legal Overview of Equine Welfare 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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