Biography as method in International Relations

an approach towards Teaching

Keywords: Biography, Pedagogy, International Relations

Abstract

The pedagogy of the lecture of International Relations in Brazil is at an incipient stage. This article main objective is to contribute to the field while presenting the biographical method as an opportune manner to show undergraduate students the key concepts of the discipline.

Author Biography

Rogério de Souza Farias, University of Chicago, United States

University of Chicago, Center for Latin American studies, United States

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How to Cite
Farias, Rogério. 1. “Biography As Method in International Relations”. Meridiano 47 - Journal of Global Studies 18 (1). http://periodicos.unb.br/ojs311/index.php/MED/article/view/5306.
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