Investigadores - versão inglesa // CV Ana Filipa Pires Coelho

Ana Filipa Pires Coelho
Integrated Researcher | Bachelor
Economia, Sociedade, Património e Inovação
Research Areas
History of Portuguese Film Industry. Film Industry
Academic Qualifications

January 2008

Faculty of Social and Human Sciences from Universidade Nova de Lisboa

PhD Student

Contemporary History


November 2000 to November 2002

Faculty of Social and Human Sciences from Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Attended a Master’s Course in History of 19th and 20th Centuries – 20th Century Branch



October 1996 to July 2000

Faculty of Social and Human Sciences from Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Degree in History (Scientific Branch)

Bachelor Degree

Participation in research projects (concluded)

Participation as a researcher of the Institute of Contemporary History in the project on the History of Portuguese Tobis (December 2005 to October 2007). Research and collection of documents; classification and incorporation of research results in databases. Co-author of the texts.

scientific meetings (oral communications by invitation)

Presentation  of the paper Tobis Portuguesa: inovação técnica e cultural nos anos 30 (Portuguese Tobis: technical and cultural innovation in the 1930’s) at the XXXI Annual Conference of the APHES (Portuguese Association of Economic and Social History) under the theme Economy and Institutions: Historical Perspective, on November 19, 2011 at the Faculty of Economy of Coimbra University.

Presentation of the project of the PhD thesis on the master class organized by IAMHIST (International Association for Media and History), on January 16, 2009 at the British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC) inLondon.

Presentation of the paper Tobis Portuguesa: between the "Politics of the Spirit" and the Cultural Industry within the II Research Seminar on Mass Culture in the 20th Century in Portugal, 7 November 2006, at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, New University of Lisbon, organized by the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the 20th Century, University of Coimbra, and the Institute of Contemporary History, New University of Lisbon.

Other collaborations

Participation as a researcher in the exhibition D. Amelia, a Queen, a Museum, inaugurated on May 23, 2006, at theNational CoachMuseum.

Co-operation in the elaboration of the exhibition and catalogue celebrating the National Coach Museum Centenary 1905-2005 –Lisbon100 years ago.