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Luana Santos

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Master's Student, Portuguese
Teaching Assistant of Portuguese

Luana Santos is an M.A. student at the University of Georgia. Her research interests are Brazilian music and literature. Luana also has an M.A. in education from Universidade Federal de Sergipe and has been teaching English and Portuguese as additional languages for the last nine years, in diverse settings. She likes writing poetry, singing, and practicing the acoustic guitar.

Of note:

Luana has two poems published and translated by the Translate Iowa Project, from the University of Iowa. They can be found here.

Articles Featuring Luana Santos

Portuguese students in the Department of Romance Languages had the privilege of receiving Brazilian percussionist Bill Lucas and Brazilian singer Maria Kamila, lead singer of Perrengue’s band, last week to learn about Brazilian rhythms. Students were…

Events featuring Michel Soares do Carmo, Luana Santos
Gilbert Hall 116

Come dance and find out more about the most popular Brazilian rhythms of the year.

118 Gilbert Hall

The aim of this workshop is to delve into the profound linguistic and cultural impact of indigenous peoples in Brazil. Furthermore, we will offer an immersive experience through an indigenous song circle, deeply rooted in the authenticity of our ancestral heritage. 

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