Defense of honor: Sexual morality, modernity, and nation in early-twentieth-century Brazil.
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Publication InfoFrench, John D (2002). Defense of honor: Sexual morality, modernity, and nation in early-twentieth-century Brazil. AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW, 107(5). pp. 1614-1614. 10.1086/532961. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/7448.
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Professor of History
I am a professor of History and African and African-American Studies at Duke University in Durham North Carolina. With a B.A. from Amherst College, I received my doctorate at Yale in 1985 under Brazilian historian Emília Viotti da Costa. Since 1979, I have been studying class, race, and politics in Brazil, Latin America, and beyond with 42 refereed articles and three books: The Brazilian Workers ABC (1992/1995 in Brazil), Drowning in Laws: Labor Law and Brazilian Political