She has a PhD in Institutional and Political Contemporary History, a Master’s degree in Communication Sciences and an undergraduate degree in History.
She is a researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History of the School of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa. She coordinated research projects funded by the FCT. Her research fields are political communication and gender studies, history of media and journalism, censorship and freedom of speech. She is the author of several books, such as Marcelo Caetano: Imprensa e Poder (2006).
Political communication is what brings my research together into these three fields:
- History of the media and journalism
- Gender, politics, and media visibility
- Censorship and freedom of speech
- Cabrera, Ana, “A imprensa portuguesa no Estado Novo,” in Uma História da Imprensa Lusófona – Volume II, organised by Jorge Pedro Sousa, Helena Lima, António Hohlfeldt, and Marialva Barbosa, 311-384. Porto: Media XXI, 2017. [link]
- Cabrera, Ana, Carla Baptista, Carla Martins, Maria José Mata & Teresa Mendes Flores. Política no Feminino. Lisbon: Aletheia Editores, 2016. [link]
- Cabrera, Ana, “A crise das democracias e a liberdade de expressão,” in Comunicação e Liberdade de Expressão: Atualidades, organised by Cristina Costa, 129-138. São Paulo: Escola de Comunicações e Artes da USP, 2016. [PDF]
- Cabrera, Ana. Marcello Caetano: Imprensa e Poder. Lisbon: Livros Horizonte, 2006.
- Individual postdoctoral project “Vozes de mulheres nos velhos clubes masculinos? A voz das mulheres portuguesas em instituições europeias” — Funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. (SFRH/BPD/101144/2014)
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Jan 7, 2022
The IHC will host six new PhD scholarship holders as part of the calls promoted by the FCT and DGPC.
Jan 3, 2022
Joana Craveiro was one of the recipients of a Fulbright Grant for PhD Professors and Researchers.
Dec 21, 2021
Nuno Medeiros has been selected to be a Visiting Professor at the Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies.