History Department
History Department

Marcelo Jose Domingos

MA degree: Cultural History: 2005, UnB - Universidade de Brasília

Marcelo Jose Domingos



Brazilian History; Cold War in Latin America; Human Rights, archives; U.S.-Latin American Relations


Dissertation project - City, Political Repression and Resistance: Recovering the narratives of Black Activism in Brasilia, Federal District - Brazil ( 1978 - 1988), I draw on extensive Brazilian intelligence files and activist testimonials to recreate the different narratives of black activism and I investigate its relevant political activity throughout the transition  period, from the end of dictatorship to the new constitution (1988)

Ph.D. Candidate, Masters degree in Cultural History at the University of Brasilia (2005), Brazil.

Professional and academic experience 

Manager: Permanent Collection at Arquivo Publico do Distrito Federal - the Superintendency of Document Management Coordination of Federal District – ArPDF.

Coordinator: Educational Public Policies - planning, implementation, and monitoring at Secretaria de Estado de Educação do Distrito Federal - SEEDF. 

Assistant Professor: Aesthetics, Cultural History, History of Brazil, Contemporary History and International Relations, and advising academic monographs;  High School Teacher: Sociology and Philosophy.