Introduction. Canada, Brazil, and Beyond: extending the dialogue

Diana Brydon, Vanessa Nunes


The history of relations between Canada and Brazil has been erratic, full of stops and starts, “advances and setbacks” (Hewitt and Gomes, this issue) and often marred by misunderstandings, business rivalries, and the very colonial circumstances that make comparison between the two countries so fascinating. As Rosana Barbosa affirms in her book Brazil and Canada: Economic, Political, and Migratory Ties, 1820s to 1970s, “neither Brazilian nor Canadian scholarship has given the topic of Canadian-Brazilian relations the attention it deserves” (xiii). This special issue aspires to remedy that neglect and spark further interest in the topic.


Introduction; Canada and Brasil relations

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