Alexandra Marques has an undergraduate degree in History by the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon, and a Master’s degree in History of Health Sciences by the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Lisbon.
She is currently a student of the PhD Program in History and Philosophy of Science of the University of Évora (CEHFCi-UÉ), integrated in the IHC, and is finishing her dissertation under the topic “O Instituto Bacteriológico Câmara Pestana: Ciência Médica, Tecnologia Biológica e Cuidados de Saúde. 1880-1940”.
- History of heath sciences
- History of science
- Scientific institutions
- Construction of scientific memory
- Marques, Alexandra, José Pedro Sousa Dias & Maria de Fátima Nunes, “Sociedade das Ciências Médicas de Lisboa e a Epidemia de Cólera de Lisboa de 1894. Debates e polémicas científicas,” in Internacionalização da Ciência. Internacionalismo Científico, edited by Ângela Salgueiro, Maria de Fátima Nunes, Maria Fernanda Rollo and Quintino Lopes, 23-31. Casal de Cambra: Caleidoscópio, 2014.
- Marques, Alexandra. “O Tratamento anti-rábico e a criação do Instituto Bacteriológico de Lisboa”. MsC dissertation, Faculdade de Farmácia da Universidade de Lisboa, 2010.
- Collaboration in the project “Decisão política, necessidades colectivas, e afirmação profissional: o Hospital de Todos os Santos em perspectiva” — Coordinated by Laurinda Abreu (CIDEHUS-UÉ) and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia. [PTDC/HIS-HIS/113416/2009]
- Collaboration in the project “Memória da Universidade, Uma Enciclopédia do Ensino, Ciência e Cultura na História da Universidade de Lisboa” — Coordinated by José Pedro Sousa Dias and funded by the University of Lisbon. [link]
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[CANCELLED] Eighth session of the Research Seminar on the History of Colonialism (19th- and 20th-Centuries), dedicated to the research on the colonial past and its historical legacies. The seminar will be
Eighth session of the Research Seminar on the History of Colonialism (19th- and 20th-Centuries), dedicated to the research on the colonial past and its historical legacies.
The seminar will be a relaxed discussion forum, providing a welcoming environment for speakers to present their research at any stage of completion with a focus on the history of colonialism, decolonisation, and post-colonial societies in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
The first edition will run between January and June 2020.
Each session will feature a single presentation (between 20 and 30 minutes) or two speakers presenting on related topics (40 minutes both), which will be followed by Q&A.
It is organised by the IHC’s Thematic Line “Colonialism, Anti-Colonialism, and Post-Colonialism: Rethinking Empires and their Aftermaths”.
8th Session (end of the cycle): Beatriz Serrazina (CES — University of Coimbra): Companhias coloniais como veículos de ocupação do território: o empreendimento da Diamang na infraestruturação de Angola – conexões transnacionais, práticas de colonização e reflexos contemporâneos (1917-2017)
Alice Santiago Faria (CHAM — NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities): Obras públicas de Moçambique no final do século XIX
(Tuesday) 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Institute of Contemporary History — NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanitiescomunicacao.firstname.lastname@example.org Avenida de Berna, 26C - 1069-061 Lisbon
Jun 1, 2020
The IHC assembled a new Permanent External Scientific Advisory Committee, with four members.
May 22, 2020
In memoriam of Carlos Barroso.
May 15, 2020
The IHC’s application to the largest network of social sciences in Latin America and the Caribbean was approved.