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Meet the faculty of the Postgraduate Program in Education :

Brief curriculum vitae

Dr. Freitas earned a Master’s degree and PhD in Education from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (1996; 2001). She earned a Bachelor’s degree in Speech Therapy from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas (1989), and has experience in Speech Therapy and Education, with an emphasis on School Education. Her studies and research are based on the historical-cultural theory and enunciative-discursive perspective, working in the following topics: conditions and possibilities for the education of students with or without disabilities, learning disabilities, educational relationships, oral and written language, and continuous teacher training.

Information about Research Projects:

Professor Freitas develops research projects based on the historical-cultural theory, with a focus on the issue of conditions and possibilities of school-based learning by students with and without disabilities. The studies are developed in two areas of research: 1) Educational practices and processes of interaction; and 2) Training and work of teachers. In line with the assumed theoretical perspective, the investigation of interpersonal relations is focused on the processes of social mediation and language, focusing on the issue of dialogism and discourse.

Prof. Carlos Roberto da Silveira, PhD
carlosilveira@usf.edu.br
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Dr. Silveira earned a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from FAI-MG, and non-degree-oriented (lato sensu) graduate studies in Clinical and Institutional Psychology at UNIVÁS-MG. He earned a Master’s degree in Philosophy (concentration in Ethics) from PUC-CAMP, and a PhD in Philosophy from PUC-SP/CAPES. Postdoc in education through the Graduate Program in Education, CAPES/USF – Itatiba-SP. Served as member of the Institutional Review Board at UNIVÁS-MG and MG-EEWB. Faculty member at USF in the Graduate Program in Education, in the research line of “Discursive Practices, Cultural and Educational Processes”.

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Professor Silveira develops research on “Education Programs against Domestic Violence”, process of Formal and Non-Formal Education/Learning, and conformity with Public Policy in the spheres of Justice, Safety, Citizenship and Human Rights. Participates in the Research Group on Foucault Studies (GPEFE) of the Graduate Program in Education at USF. Develops research in Education, Philosophy, and Philosophy of Education in the areas of Ethics, Aesthetics, Culture and Discourse. Participates in the “Research Group on Education, Language and Cultural Practices” (PHALA), in the line of “Curriculum and Cultural Practices” at UNICAMP.

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Dr. Silva earned a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Philosophy from Pontifícia

Universidade Católica de São Paulo – PUC/SP; a PhD in Education from the College of Education, Universidade de São Paulo - FE/USP; a Postdoctorate in Anthropology from the College of Social Sciences at PUC/SP, and postdoctorate in Aesthetics and Epistemology, School of Philosophy, Université de Bourgogne - Dijon/France. Professor in the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Education at Universidade São Francisco - line of research: Education, Society and Formative Processes.

Information about Research Projects:

Professor Silva has developed studies and research about the relationship between ethical management of nursing homes, humanity and education; formal and non-formal education, and formative processes; poetics in childhood; and the authors of the Critical Theory of Society.

Prof. Márcia Aparecida Amador Mascia, PhD
marcia.mascia@usf.edu.br
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Prof. Márcia Aparecida Amador Mascia, PhD

Brief curriculum vitae

Dr. Mascia earned a bachelor’s degree in Literature, a Master’s degree in Linguistics and Portuguese Language from UNESP, a PhD in Applied Linguistics from UNICAMP, and has sandwich PhD and postdoc in Education from the University de Wisconsin-Madison (USA), in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, under the supervision of Professor Thomas Popkewitz. Works as a professor in the Graduate Program in Education at Universidade São Francisco, Itatiba, in the area of Discursive Practices, Cultural and Educational Processes. Served as Program Coordinator in 2012 and 2013. Leader of the “Foucault Studies and Education” Research Group and member of the groups “PHALA - Education, Language and Cultural Practices” and “From the Ivory Tower to the Tower of Babel”.

Information about Research Projects:

Professor Mascia develops projects on educational discursive practices from the perspective of Discourse Analysis, Foucault Archeo-Genealogy, Deconstruction, Psychoanalysis and Post-Critical Studies; addressing the following themes: language teaching–learning (native and foreign, spoken languages and visual-spatial languages), production of identities and subjectivities in the contemporary world, external assessment and digital literacy.

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Dr. Moretto earned a Bachelor’s degree in Literature, a Master’s degree and PhD in Education from Universidade São Francisco. She works as a professor in the Graduate Program in Education at Universidade São Francisco, Itatiba, in the line of Discursive Practices, Cultural and Educational Processes. Author of the book “Produção de textos em sala de aula: momento de interação e diálogo” [“Production of texts in the classroom: Time of interaction and dialogue”], published by Paco Editorial, as well as chapters and articles related to language. Researcher of ALTER-AGE-CNPQ groups and the RELATIONSHIPS OF EDUCATION AND TEACHING-CNPQ Research Group.

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Professor Moretto’s research is focused on the relationship between language and teaching the mother tongue, literacy practices, plus development and analysis of teaching materials. She has experience in Applied eLinguistics Education, working mainly with the following topics: reading, composition, teaching textual genres, and linguistic analysis.

Dr. Nacarato earned a Teaching Degree in Mathematics from PUC/Campinas, a Master’s degree in Education and a PhD in Education from FE/Unicamp. She worked as primary school math teacher. Currently works as professor in the Graduate Program in Education at Universidade São Francisco. Works in the following line of research: Education, Society and Formative Processes.

Information about Research Projects:

Professor Nacarato’s research focuses on two axes: 1) practices of schooling, focusing on the processes of teaching and learning of mathematics from a historical-cultural perspective; and 2) teacher training, focusing on educational processes, biographical studies, life narratives, teacher training cases, and teaching condition. CNPq Productivity Researcher, level 2.

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Dr. Dias dos Anjos earned a Bachelor’s degree in Pedagogy, a Master’s degree and PhD in Education from the College of Education, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). She has experience in education as a teacher of primary school and early grades of elementary school and higher education. Currently a professor in the Graduate Program in Education at Universidade São Francisco, and works in the “Education, Society and Formative Processes” line of research. Participates in the following research groups: GPPL (Thought and Language Research Group); NEPHEB (Center for Studies and Research on Ethics, Politics and History of Brazilian Education), and the Teaching Relations and Work of Teachers Research Group.

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Professor Dias dos Anjos has developed studies and research about the education and teaching at different levels: elementary education and higher education, from a cultural-historical perspective, and the Clinic of Activity as the main reference.

Prof. Luzia Batista de Oliveira Silva, PhD
luzia.silva@usf.edu.br
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Dr. Silva earned a Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree in Philosophy from Pontifícia

Universidade Católica de São Paulo – PUC/SP (1994/1997); a PhD in Education from the College of Education, Universidade de São Paulo - FE/USP (2004); a Postdoctorate in Anthropology from the College of Social Sciences at PUC/SP (2012), and postdoctorate in Aesthetics and Epistemology, School of Philosophy, Université de Bourgogne - Dijon/France (2012). Professor in the Undergraduate and Graduate Programs in Education at Universidade São Francisco - line of research: Education, Society and Formative Processes. Areas of interest: Ethics, Aesthetics and Education; Epistemology and Education; Poetics of Childhood and Education; Narration, Education, Higher eLearning; Imaginary and School Violence.

Information about Research Projects:

Professor Silva has developed studies and research about the relationship between ethical management of nursing homes, humanity and education; formal and non-formal education, and formative processes; Walter Benjamin and Gaston Bachelard in the relationship between autonomy and poetics in childhood; slumification, school learning and educational experience – analyses based on Walter Benjamin and the authors of the Critical Theory of Society.

Prof. Maria de Fátima Guimarães, PhD
fatima.guimaraes@usf.edu.br
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Brief curriculum vitae:

Dr. Guimarães earned a PhD in Education from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (2007), a Master’s degree in Information Sciences from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Campinas (1995), Graduate Certification in Archives from the College of Education, Universidade Estadual de Campinas (1989), a Bachelor’s degree in Pedagogy from Faculdade de Ciências e Letras Plínio Augusto do Amaral (1990), and a Bachelor’s degree in History from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (1984). She is an Assistant Professor at Universidade São Francisco, where she works in the Graduate Program in Education, and is the managing coordinator of the CDAPH-USF collection.

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Professor Guimarães is dedicated to the following topics: teaching history, education of the body in relation to sociability and urban sensibilities, in light of matters of cultural heritage, in modern times. Currently pursuing postdoc at Centro de Memória - UNICAMP (CMU).