Investigadores - versão inglesa // CV André Filipe Valadas Saramago

André Filipe Valadas Saramago
Investigador colaborador | Licenciado
Trabalho e Conflitualidade
Department of International Politics
Aberystwyth University
Research Areas
International Relations; State Building; Political Theory; Critical Theory; International Relations Theory; Process Sociology
Academic Qualifications
Masters at Institute for Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon PhD Candidate at the Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University
Activities and Publications
Since 2011: PhD student with a scholarship from the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) with the support of the Operational Program for Human Potential, the National Strategic Reference Framework and the European Social Fund at the Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University 2010: Researcher with FCT scholarship at investigation project ‘The State-Building, State-Failure debate in International Relations: The Case of East Timor’, The Orient Institute/Superior Institute for Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon
Prizes and awards
Year: 2010 Promoting entity: Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology with the support of the Operational Program for Human Potential, the National Strategic Reference Framework and the European Social Fund Name of the prize or award: PhD Scholarship Year: 2010 Promoting entity: University of Lisbon Name of the prize or award: Academic Merit Award Scholarship Year: 2009 Promoting entity: Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology Name of the prize or award: Masters Scholarship Year: 2009 Promoting entity: University of Lisbon Name of the prize or award: Academic Merit Award Scholarship Year: 2008 Promoting entity: Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst Name of the prize or award: German Language Studies Scholarship at the University of Passau - Germany
Participation in research projects (concluded)
Researcher with FCT scholarship at investigation project ‘The State-Building, State-Failure debate in International Relations: The Case of East Timor’, The Orient Institute/Superior Institute for Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon
Publications books (editor / coordinator)
Saramago, A. and Mendes, N. (2011) Dimensions of State-Building: Timor-Leste in Focus, Lisbon, Superior Institute for Social and Political Sciences, with the support of Foundation for Science and Technology
Publications chapters in books
Saramago, A. (2014) Entries about ‘Critical Theory’, ‘Failed States’, ‘Marxism’ and 'Andrew Linklater' in Encyclopedia of International Relations, edited by Nuno Canas Mendes and Francisco Pereira Coutinho, Lisbon, Dom Quixote Saramago, A. (2011) Entries about ‘International Mandate’, ‘International Labour Organization’ and ‘Trusteeship Council’ in Encyclopaedia of International Law, Lisbon, Portuguese Society of International Law Saramago, A. (2011) “Shared Administrations as a Model for State Building: Dealing With State Failure in a Pluralist International Society” in Dimensions of State-Building: Timor-Leste in Focus, edited by André Saramago and Nuno Canas Mendes, Lisbon, Superior Institute for Social and Political Sciences, with the support of Foundation for Science and Technology Saramago, A. (2011) “The Shared Administration of Timor-Leste: A Case Study” in Dimensions of State-Building: Timor-Leste in Focus, edited by André Saramago and Nuno Canas Mendes, Lisbon, Superior Institute for Social and Political Sciences, with the support of Foundation for Science and Technology Saramago, A. (2010) “The Portuguese Participation in the United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: A Vehicle for Portugal’s International Projection” in I National Congress of Security and Defence, Lisbon, Diário de Bordo
Scientific articles in publications with referre
Saramago A. and Mendes N. (2011) “Fulfilling Their Role: States and ASEAN in a World of Inclusion and Competition” in A New Asian Century: Dynamics and Implications, Kuala Lumpur, UUM College of Law, Government and International Studies Saramago, A. (2014) “The Colonization of Critique: Habermas’s Over-Reliance on Systems Theory and its Implications for Critical Theory” in Political Observatory Working Paper, No.13, pp.1-15 Saramago, A. (2013) "Welfare State, Democracy and Capitalism in the Critical Theory of Jürgen Habermas" in 20th Century Studies, N.13, edited by António Rafael Amaro and João Paulo Avelãs Nunes, Coimbra, Centro de Estudos Interdisciplinares do Séc.XX da Universidade de Coimbra, pp.371-387 Saramago, A. and Ferreira, M. (2013) "Booth e Smith in Aberystwyth: Theory always serves someone or some purpose" in R:I International Relations, N. 36 special on International Relations Theory, edited by Guilherme Marques Pedro and André Barrinha, Lisbon, Portuguese Institute of International Relations, pp. 47-59 Saramago, A. and Mendes, N. (2010) "Timor-Leste: The Difficult Timorization of the Police" in IPRIS Lusophone Countries Bolletin, Nº4, pp.15-16
Scientific meetings (oral communications by proposal)
Saramago, André (2015) “Navigating through Global Interdependence: A Figurational View of the Impact of International Relations”, The Impact of IR as a Social Science, Coventry University, London, 23 January Saramago, André (2014) “Social Scientific Orientation in Crisis and (De)Civilising Processes”, Plunging Into Turmoil: Social Sciences and the Crisis, University of Lisbon, Lisbon, 16-17 October Saramago, André (2014) “Problems of Orientation and Control: Marx, Elias and the Politics of Figurational Sociology”, From the Past to the Present and Towards Possible Futures: The Collected Works of Norbert Elias, Leicester, 20-22 June Saramago, André (2013) “The Critical Project: Freedom, History and Humanity” International Politics Research Seminar, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, 10 October Saramago, André (2013) “International Relations as a Means of Orientation” Group on International Political Theory, Aberyswyth Universy, Aberystwyth, 9 October Saramago, A. (2013) "The Colonization of Critique: Habermas' Over-Reliance on Systems Theory and Its Implications for Critical Theory" presented in The Aberystwyth-LSE-Sussex Colloquium in International Political Theory, 12 and 13 June 2013, London School of Economics and Political Science, London Saramago, A. (2013) "The Quest for Freedom: The Relevance of Critical Social Thought to International Relations" presented in 2nd Year PhD presentation, 18 May 2013, Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth Saramago, A. (2012) "A Humanist Approach to Critical International Theory: The Dialectics of Social Learning", presented in Critical and Cultural Politics Research Group, 4 October 2012, Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, Aberyswyth Saramago, A. (2012) "Immanent Critique and the Loss of the Dialectic in Critical Theory", presented in 1st Year PhD presentation, 2012, Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth Saramago, A. (2010) "Human Security as a Framework for Post-Conflict Reconstruction: The Case of East Timor" presented in Workshop on Human Security, Development Days, 2010, Lisbon Saramago, A. and Mendes, N. (2010) "Fulfilling Their Role: States and ASEAN in a World of Inclusion and Competition", presented in International Conference on International Studies 2010: A New Asian Century: Dynamics and Implications, Kuala Lumpur Saramago, André (2010) ""A Segurança Humana como um Quadro de Referência da Reconstrução Pós-Crise: O Caso de Timor-Leste"", Dias do Desenvolvimento, Workshop do Observatório de Segurança Humana, Lisboa Saramago, André (2010) “Os Objectivos de Desenvolvimento do Milénio: um instrumento de aceleração de alguns direitos fundamentais” , Cooperação e Organismos Internacionais, ISCSP, Lisboa.
Organization of scientific meetings
“Plunging Into Turmoil: Social Sciences and the Crisis”, Co-organizer with Assistant Professor Isabel David and the Political Observatory, 16-17 October, Lisbon