Marcelo Alves De Paula Lima, M.A.

Lecturer, Comparative Liberal Studies
School Of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Education

  • Doctoral student in History and Political Cultures (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – Brazil)
  • Master’s degree in Economic History (Universidade de São Paulo – Brazil)
  • Bachelor’s degree in History (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais – Brazil)

Teaching Experience

  • Lecturer in the Comparative Liberal Studies program at Habib University (August 2020-current).
  • CAPES doctoral scholarship: History programe. Faculty of Philosophy and Human Sciences. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (August-December 2019).
  • History teacher: Colégio e Pré-Vestibular Losango – Lavras-MG (February 2018-March 2019).
  • Substitute professor: History program. Faculty of Philosophy and Human Sciences. Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (August-December 2017).

Courses Taught

  • Contemporary History of Latin America
  • The Foreign Policy of the Brazilian Military Regime
  • World History
  • Anti-Semitic Ideas in Brazil in the Interwar Period
  • Fascist Ideas and Practices in the Interwar Period: Europe and South America

Biography

Marcelo Alves De Paula Lima is a Brazilian historian who holds a Bachelor’s degree in History from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG). His bachelor paper tackles the Brazilian integralismo, a Brazilian fascist-inspired movement active in the 1930es.

In 2017, he achieved his master’s degree in History at Universidade de São Paulo (USP), having written a dissertation that compared Brazilian integralismo and German national-socialism. Throughout his master’s years, Marcelo was a fellow researcher from Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo (FAPESP), besides earning a scholarship to do a five-month research in the Institute of Contemporary History of Munich (Institut für Zeitgeschichte – München).

After finishing his master’s degree, Marcelo had a one semester experience as a substitute professor at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, where he taught two courses: one on anti-Semitic ideas in Brazil, and the other on fascist ideas and movements in South America and Europe in the interwar period. Afterwards, he had an enriching one-year experience as a high school teacher in a Brazilian private school, where he taught on World History.

Marcelo is now interested in the History of Brazilian foreign policy. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in History and Political Cultures at Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. His doctoral thesis deals with the foreign policy of the Brazilian Military Regime. His main concern is to understand to which extent has anti-communism influenced the relations between the Brazilian Military Regime and the government of Chiang Kai-shek in the Republic of China. His primary sources are diplomatic documents sent by the Brazilian embassy in Taipei from 1964 to 1974.

Marcelo has two book chapters and nine papers published in different academic journals related mainly to themes such as fascist ideas in interwar Brazil, Brazilian authoritarian nationalism, and Brazilian foreign policy. Furthermore, he was a member of four undergraduate examination boards, both in History and International Relations programs, besides being invited twice to be a peer reviewer in a History journal.

At Habib, amongst many courses, he will also be teaching a course on Contemporary History of Latin America. He is also interested in comparative approaches between military regimes in Latin America and Asia.


Selected Publications

LIMA, M. A. P.. History and Engagement in the Work of Bezerra de Menezes. CONTEXTO INTERNACIONAL (PUCRJ. IMPRESSO), v. 42, p. 103-124, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/s0102-8529.2019420100005

LIMA, M. A. P.. Tenório de Albuquerque: um brasileiro no Terceiro Reich (1936-1937). IBEROAMERICANA (MADRID), v. 19, p. 221-243, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.18441/ibam.19.2019.71.221-243

LIMA, M. A. P.. Ecos do golpe de 1964 na Ásia. E-Hum: Revista Científica do Departamento de Ciências Humanas, Letras e Artes do UNI-BH, v. 12, p. 66-78, 2019. https://revistas.unibh.br/dchla/article/view/2768/pdf

LIMA, M. A. P.. Triste Fim de Tenório d’Albuquerque: o Pensamento de um ex-Integralista no Estado Novo. Diálogos Latinoamericanos, v. 1, p. 177-194, 2016. https://tidsskrift.dk/dialogos/article/view/112910

LIMA, M. A. P.. Ecos da Giovinezza: leituras integralistas da “primavera fascista”. TEMPORALIDADES, v. 6, p. 140-167, 2014. https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/temporalidades/article/view/5547

LIMA, M. A. P.. Da “servidão dos juros” à “colônia de banqueiros”: uma análise dos escritos de Gottfried Feder e Gustavo Barroso. TEMPORALIDADES, v. 5, p. 202-225, 2013. https://periodicos.ufmg.br/index.php/temporalidades/article/view/5535

LIMA, M. A. P.. A vingança do centauro: imperialismo e anti-imperialismo no pensamento integralista de Gustavo Barroso. TEMPOS HISTÓRICOS (EDUNIOESTE), v. 18, p. 286-319, 2014. http://e-revista.unioeste.br/index.php/temposhistoricos/article/view/11109

LIMA, M. A. P.. O integralismo de Gustavo Barroso à luz do modernismo reacionário alemão. Caderno Universitário de História (UFRJ), v. 1, p. 11-18, 2013.

https://www.academia.edu/5855544/O_integralismo_de_Gustavo_Barroso%A0uz_do_modernismo_reacion

LIMA, M. A. P.. O “fascismo cordial” de Gustavo Barroso. REVISTA EMBORNAL, v. IV, p. 57-82, 2013. https://revistas.uece.br/index.php/embornal/article/view/3228/2725

Book Chapters

LIMA, M. A. P.. Nacionalismo e autoritarismo no pensamento de Geraldo Rocha (1935). In: Cícero João da Costa Filho. (Org.). Visões autoritárias: reflexões sobre o pensamento conservador no Brasil no século XX. 1ed. São Paulo: Todas as Musas, 2019, v. 1, p. 75-90. ISBN: 9788595830530

LIMA, M. A. P.. O Brasil e o Império Britânico na visão de um ex-integralista: o pensamento de Tenório d’Albuquerque (1940-1941). Cleber Araújo Cabral, Raul Amaro de Oliveira Lanari, Thiago Lenine Tito Tolentino, Valdeci da Silva Cunha. Cultura Intelectual em Perspectiva: linguagens, instituições e trajetórias. Belo Horizonte: Letramento, 2020. ISBN: 6586025427

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