Dia Internacional do Arquivista
(Archivist). On many locations in Brazil, various activities are organized: from collective lunches to congresses. On 20 October 1823, the Public Archive was created in Brazil. The creation was proposed by congressman Pedro de Araújo Lima, Marquis de Olinda. On 2 January 1838, the Public Archive (Arquivo Público) became regulated by law. On 20 October 1971, the Associação dos Arquivistas Brasileiros (AAB; Brazilian Archivists Association) was founded. According to lei 6.546/78, an archivist must have completed superior education in Archival Science. The International Archives Day is on 9 June, organized by the International Council on Archives.
“O trabalho de um Arquivista nunca termina. É um trabalho para a posteridade no duplo sentido de ser feito para e pela posteridade.”
|Dia do Arquivista – Por: TV Paracatu
||O que as pessoas pensam sobre arquivologia e sobre o trabalho do Arquivista
|A Day in the Life of an Archivist
||A Day in the Life of a Processing Archivist
Dia do Poeta
(Poet). There is some confusion about the exact date of Dia do Poeta: 4 or 20 October? Since the date is not officially regulated, it is proposed to have the International Poet’s Day on 4 October, and the Brazilian Poet’s Day on 20 October.
Some obvious citations:
Não sou alegre nem sou triste: sou poeta
I am not happy, I am not sad: I am a poet.
Ao contato do amor, todos se tornam poetas.
Touched by love, everyone becomes a poet.
É tão fácil ser poeta, e tão difícil ser um homem
It is so easy to be a poet and so hard to be a man.
Minha poesia é cheia de imperfeições. Se eu fosse crítico, apontaria muitos defeitos. Não vou apontar. Deixo para os outros. Minha obra é pública.
My poems are full of mistakes. If I were a critic, I would detect these mistakes. I won’t detect anything. I will leave that to others. My works are public.
|10 Grandes Poetas Brasileiros
||Circuito da Poesia do Recife
|O Poeta de Sete Faces (1/9)
||O Poeta de Sete Faces (2/9)
|O Poeta de Sete Faces (3/9)
||O Poeta de Sete Faces (4/9)
|O Poeta de Sete Faces (5/9)
||O Poeta de Sete Faces (6/9)
|O Poeta de Sete Faces (7/9)
||O Poeta de Sete Faces (8/9)
|O Poeta de Sete Faces (9/9)
Dia Internacional do Controlador de Tráfego Aéreo
(International Day of the Air Traffic Controller). Air traffic control in Brazil is run by the Brazilian Air Force; therefore, the air traffic controllers have completed military education. The air traffic controllers are united within the Associação Brasileira dos Controladores de Tráfego Aéro (ABCTA). The large-scale expansion of Brazilian air traffic will need a large number of highly educated (includes fluency in English!) air traffic controllers in the near future.
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
|Atcos day 2010
||Trafego aéreo mundial
|Tráfego Aéreo Brasileiro, 1/2, Brazilian Air Traffic
||Tráfego Aéreo Brasileiro, 2/2, Brazilian Air Traffic
|Fly Series 1 – Air traffic control in Europe
Third Formula One world title for Ayrton Senna da Silva (1960-1994)
Ayton finished in the race on the Japanese Suzuka circuit, behind Gerhard Berger. Number two on the ranking list, Nigel Mansell, was no longer able to surpass him in the remaining race in Australia. Ayrton also became world champion in 1988 and in 1990. In his career of 162 races competed, he gained 65 pole positions, 80 podiums, and won 41 races. On 1 May 1994, Ayrton suffered a fatal crash on the San Marino circuit.
AYRTON SENNA 1991
|SENNA Tricampeão Mundial
||Ayrton Senna Tri Campeonato
Death of the last Brazilian condemned of the Portuguese Inquisition
Since the end of the 15th century, inquisition waves occurred for centuries on the Iberian Peninsula. In Spain as well as in Portugal, more than 30 thousand convicts were purified at the stake. The Spanish Inquisition started with the publication of the Alhambra Decree in 1492. As a result Jews had to convert themselves to Christianity or leave Spain. This decree was in effect until 1834. The Portuguese Inquisition stated later, in 1536 (other sources claim 1497 as starting year) and lasted until 1821. Special inquisitors were sent to Brazil, since many migrants secretly maintained the Jewish rituals.
INQUISITION IN BRAZIL
|A Inquisição Protestante,Anabatistas,Crianças queimadas,Brasil,PARTE 1
||A Inquisição Protestante,Anabatistas,Crianças queimadas,Brasil,PARTE 2
|1st. Museum of the History of the Inquisition in Brazil
||Matéria Rede Globo – Museu da História da Inquisição
By Adriano Antoine Robbesom © 2007, 2015