She has been a researcher at the School of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa since 2009, funded through competitive programmes of the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia: Investigador Ciência (2009-2013) and FCT Researcher (2013-2019).
In the last few years, she published several books, book chapters, and scientific papers in national and international journals in the fields of environmental humanities and digital humanities.
- Environmental history
- Queiroz, Ana Isabel, & Daniel Alves. “Local responses to a global invasive species. Shifting reasons to control the Argentine ant on the Madeira archipelago (1850-2014).” e-Journal of Portuguese History 14 (2016): 71-92. [PDF]
- Lopes-Fernandes, Margarida, Filipa Soares, Amélia Frazão-Moreira & Ana Isabel Queiroz. “Living with the Beast: Wolves and Humans through Portuguese Literature.” Anthrozoös 29 (2016): 5-20. [link]
- Soares, Filipa, & Ana Isabel Queiroz. “Birds in Portuguese literature.” Environment and History 22 (2016): 229–254. [link].
- Queiroz, Ana Isabel, & Daniel Alves. “Walking Through the Revolution: A Spatial Reading of Literary Echoes.” Journal of Social Science Education 14 (2015): 4-16. [PDF]
- Coordinator of the project “Introductions, invasions and control measures of plant pests in Southern Europe. An Interdisciplinary comparative approach from the 19th century onwards” — Hosted by the IHC and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (IF/00222/2013/CP1166/CT001). [link]
- Coordinator of the project “LITESCAPE.PT – Atlas das Paisagens Literárias de Portugal Continental” — Hosted by the IELT – NOVA FCSH and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. [link]
Event Type :
- Super event man
Oct 16, 2019
Historian Fernando Rosas, founder of the IHC and its President in the past, was granted the title of Professor Emeritus by NOVA.
Oct 4, 2019
In the end of September, the IHC transferred its headquarters to new facilities at the Almada Negreiros College, located at NOVA’s Campolide Campus.
Sep 17, 2019
Albérico Afonso was honored last Sunday with the Setúbal Medal of Honor, in the Cultural Activities class, for his dedication to research and teaching.