The Academic Book Curatorship “Angela Maria Brasil Biaggio” was founded in February 2021 with the proposal to republish, with the label of the publisher, books already published in Brazil and internationally. Our mission is to reinforce the national academic scenario with new international works, launching its first editions in the Portuguese language (pt-br) and bring visibility to national authors, whose work is not in circulation, without new editions and / or impressions by their previous publishers.
Angela Biaggio. Source: author's domain.
About the honoree
Angela Maria Brasil Biaggio (1940-2003) was a Brazilian psychologist and researcher recognized for her great contributions to scientific development in the field of Psychology in the country.
Born on July 29, 1940, Angela Biaggio graduated in Psychology at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ) in 1964. In the United States, from the University of Wisconsin, she obtained a Master's degree in Educational Psychology in 1965 , under the guidance of Julian C. Stanley; and PhD in Psychology in 1967, under the guidance of Robert Grinder.
In the following years, she was a professor at Brazilian universities, at PUCRJ, Pontifical University Catholic of Rio Grande do Sul (PUC-RS), and University of Brasilia (UnB); and American, at Minnesota State University (Moorhead-USA).
In 1981, Professor Angela Biaggio joined the faculty of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS), where she retired in 1998 and remained as an advisor in graduate school until her death. His research and studies in the 1980s and 1990s on moral development according to Lawrence Kohlberg's theory and on anxiety, anger and depression in Charles D. Spielberger's trait-state conception, guaranteed him national and international recognition, as one of the researchers Brazilian women in Psychology with greater recognition abroad (GOMES; SOUZA, 2010).
There are several books, collection chapters, articles and works in the annals of events that he published and presented, among them the book "Psicologia do Desenvolvimento", with its first edition in 1975 and today best seller of Editora Vozes, and the book " Lawrence Kohlberg: Ethics and Moral Education ”, with its first edition in 2002, the first book on Kohlberg available in Portuguese. She was also a disseminator of the history of Psychology in Brazil in other countries, in addition to being strongly involved with scientific associations and funding agencies. Angela Biaggio died prematurely, a victim of cancer, on May 19, 2003, in Porto Alegre, leaving a life of dedication to studies and the development of Brazilian Science. In this simple tribute to her legacy, having her name is an honor.
By: Matheus Estevão Ferreira da Silva