These publications were organized by      The Brazilian Endowment for the Arts – BEA.


"Literary Wednesdays" is a program to promote literature the last Wednesday of every month. Public discourse and debates on national topics are encouraged...   >> read more


BEA Art Gallery Hall works as a cooperative system and has established partnerships with other galleries and institution in the United States... >> read more


In 2011 our third congress was meant to concur with the worldwide view recognizing Brazil as one of the seven most prosperous economies.  >> read more


BEA organizes periodical book releases for Brazilian writers, local or from abroad, at BEA’s headquarters and local bookstores.  >> read more


Portuguese classes are taught by qualified teachers from the MEC (Ministry of Education and Culture). There are small group classes ... >> read more


The Brazilian Library meets the intellectual needs and artistic aspirations of Brazilians and Brazilianists located in New York...       >> read more

Publications organized by BEA

The books below can be found at The Brazilian Library of New York.

Joaquim Nabuco e o Novo Brasil

Humberto França, Org.

Companhia Editora de Pernambuco – CEPE

Recife, 2011

182 pages

ISBN: 978-85-7858-068-1

Authors: Domício Coutinho, José Sarney, Osmar Chohfi, Sérgio Paulo Rounaet, Fábio Lucas, Lourival Holanda, Marco Aurélio Nogueira, Kenneth David Jackson, Maria Helena Pereira Toledo, Mary del Priori, Charles Varzan Coutinho, Joshua Alma Enslen, Steven Topik, and João Almino.

You can purchase the book here.

O Novo Brasil no Cenário Mundial

Humberto França, Org.

Companhia Editora de Pernambuco – CEPE

Recife, 2012

109 pages

ISBN: 978-85-7858-113-8

Authors: Domício Coutinho, Luiz Felipe de Seixas Corrêa, Marshall C. Eakin, Fernando Freire, Marco Aurélio Nogueira, and Aristides Monteiro Neto.

Voices of Brazil in New York – Cordel Literature Symposium


Brazilian Endowment for the Arts

New York, 2012

54 pages


Authors: Domício Coutinho,  Alcinda Saphira, and Liza Renia Papi.

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