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V Seminário Nacional de Pesquisa em História Social

On August 17th and 18th, as part of the program of the 5th National Seminar on Social History Research, Prof. Dr. Ester Liberato Pereira, leader of GEHEF, co-hosted, 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."

GEHEF was also represented in this panel on the first day by Pedro Victor Silveira Ferreira, a history master's student from PPGH - Unimontes and FAPEMIG scholar, by Lucas Matheus Araujo Bicalho, a history undergraduate student at Unimontes and BIC-UNI scientific initiation scholar, and by Gabriela Carmona Arantes, a history master's student from PPGH - Unimontes.

Pedro Ferreira presented the paper titled "Representations of the body and sexualities in the O Globo newspaper during the AIDS epidemic (1980-1994)," Lucas Bicalho presented the paper titled "Riding through History: a symbolic representation of the horse in the trophies and sports medals of the Brazilian Army," and Gabriela Arantes presented the paper titled "Ballet and gender relations: the protagonism and oblivion of Bronislava Nijinska (1910-1971)."

Also presenting a paper was Prof. Dr. Alex Sander Freitas, a professor in the Department of Physical Education and Sports (Unimontes). He presented the paper titled "Karate practice and women: reflections on the trajectories of athletes in Montes Claros - MG."

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