Center for Global Studies (CGS)


Jean Veloso is a holder of a Master's degree in History from the Federal Fluminense University. Member of the Center for World Comparative History (COMMUN, UFF) and the UFF Center on Global Inequalities (CDG). During his master's program, he delved into the intricacies of legal structures governing land appropriation, labor exploitation, and agricultural credit policies amidst the crisis of slavery in the Brazilian Empire, spanning from 1870 to 1890. Currently, he is engaged as a doctoral student in the "Turning Land into Capital" project, comparing the commodification of land through agricultural banks in the Brazilian Empire and French colonies from 1850 to 1930.


Internalizing colonialism: agrarian history and inequalities in Brazil, 1850-1930


Prof. Dr. Christian Büschges (University of Bern)

Prof. Dr. Tamis Parron (Universidade Federal Fluminense, Nitéroi)