Virgínia Leone Bicudo

Virgínia Leone Bicudo (1915-2003) was a sociologist and psychoanalist. She was a woman of many firsts in her time. Below is a list of those firsts.
  •  In 1945, her thesis, Estudo de atitudes raciais de pretos e mulatos em São Paulo (Study of racial attitudes of blacks and mulatos in São Paulo) was the first to be defended on the topic of race relations in Brazil.
  • With the defense of her thesis, she would became the first black woman to receive a title of post-graduate in Sociology in the country.
  • One of the first black university professors in Brazil.  
  • One of the founders of the first psychoanalytical centers in all of Latin America (1944)
  • First non-medical professional to become a psychoanalyst in Brazil and in all of Latin America
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