Tânia Manuel Casimiro

Doutor/a

Biografia

Graduated in History and Archaeology in 2005 from the FCSH – NOVA University of Lisbon. Wanting to change her research scenery, she moved to London to pursue a Masters in Artefact Studies at the University College of London, where she produced a dissertation titled “Portuguese Faience in London”. This was just the first chapter of a much bigger research project that would start in 2006 and end in 2010, when she submitted her PhD to the NOVA University of Lisbon, dedicated to the study of Portuguese tin glaze wares in England and Ireland, fully funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia.

Enlarging the global perspective of her studies, she is currently developing a post-doc research project dedicated to the trade and consumption of Portuguese ceramics in the North-Atlantic British colonies. She is a researcher at the Instituto de Arqueologia e Paleociências and the Institute of Contemporary History.

Although she allocates her time to many different subjects, coordinating over 20 excavation sites, publishing books and papers dedicated to different chronologies, from the 7th to the 20th century, she has a special interest in material culture production, trade, and consumption and what commodities can tell us about past generations.

Áreas de Investigação

  • Arqueologia europeia
  • Conservação e património
  • Arqueologia pós-medieval
  • Arqueologia contemporânea
  • Cultura material

Publicações destacadas

  • Casimiro, Tânia Manuel. “Ceramics and Cultural Change in Medieval (14th-15th century) Portugal: The case of post- Reconquista Santarém,” Medieval Ceramics 37 (2017).
  • Gomes, Mário Varela, Tânia Manuel Casimiro & Joana Gonçalves. “A Late 17th-Century Trade Cargo from Ponta do Leme Velho, Sal Island, Cape Verde,” International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 44 (2015): 160–172. [link]
  • Gaulton, Barry C. & Tânia Manuel Casimiro. “Custom-Made Ceramics, Trans-Atlantic Business Partnerships and Entrepreneurial Spirit in Early Modern Newfoundland: An Examination of the SK Vessels from Ferryland,” International Journal for Historical Archaeology 19 (2015): 1–20. DOI: 10.1007/s10761-014-0279-9 [PDF]
  • Casimiro, Tânia Manuel. Portuguese Faience in England and Ireland. British Archaeological Reports. Oxford: Archaeopress, 2011.

Projectos principais

CONTACTOS

Instituto de História Contemporânea Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas Universidade NOVA de Lisboa   //   Av. Berna, 26 C 1069-061 LISBOA   //   Tel.: +351 21 7908300 ext. 1545   //   Email: ihc@fcsh.unl.pt

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