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Ad Immortalitatem: How politics was manifested in the Investiture Ceremonies at the Brazilian Academy of Letters During the Military Dictatorship (1964-1979)
To what extent was the Brazilian Academy of Letters (ABL) able to serve as an instance of legitimization of the military dictatorship established in Brazil after the 1964 coup? This article aims to examine a specific aspect of the daily life of this institution during the military dictatorship: the investiture ceremonies. We believe that this approach allows us to analyze how politics could operate "apolitically" within the ABL. We argue that ceremonies may have become political events becausedoi:10.22456/1983-201x.103560 fatcat:gq4so5yzxrhafmlzhthuwfffju