I have graduated in Archaeology and History from the Voronezh State University (Russia, 1991), and in History and Archaeology from the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon (FLUL, 1994); post-graduated in Education (FLUL, 1996); M.Phil. in Arts, Heritage and Restoration Theory (FLUL, 2000); Ph.D. in History (ULisboa, 2006); 1st Portuguese Post-Ph.D. certificated in Archaeology and Pre-history (FLUL, 2011); 1st Portuguese Post-Ph.D Fellow in History of Archaeology, at the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa (NOVA, 2015).
Between 2007-2015, I was Assistant Professor at Lusófona University (Lisbon) on History and Heritage; Researcher at the UL Centre for Archaeology, where I led the Group on History of Archaeology in Portugal, concluding two research projects on this topic (2007-2014). I was a Full Researcher (2008-2013) and Post-Ph.D. researcher at the Tropical Research Institute (2013-2014), curating archaeological collections, and developing history of science. From 2014, I am Full Researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History of the Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, integrating the Group ‘Science: Studies of History, Philosophy, and Scientific Culture’.
I am the President of the Section of Archaeology of the Geographical Society of Lisbon; Vice-President of the General Assembly of the Association of Portuguese Archaeologists; and a full member of Historiography Scientific Committee of the International Union for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences.
- History of archaeology
- History of museums
- Heritage history and theory
- Studies of science and gender
- Team member of the project “Inter-Arq – Archaeology and interdisciplinarity: archaeological and historical re research on interdisciplinarity in the History of Spanish archaeology (19th and 20th centuries)” — Coordinated by Margarita Díaz-Andreu (Universitat de Barcelona) and funded by the Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad (Spain). [HAR2016-80271-P] 2017-2019 [link]
- Team member of the project “Una arqueología sin fronteras: los contactos internacionales de la Arqueología española en el siglo XX” — Coordinated by Margarita Díaz-Andreu (Universitat de Barcelona) and funded by the Ministerio de Economia y Competitividad (Spain). [HAR2012-33403] 2013-2016 [link].
- Team member of the project “O Paleolítico Médio e as origens do Homem Moderno no Sul de Moçambique” — Coordinated by Nuno Bicho (Universidade do Algarve) and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. [PTDC/EPH-ARQ/4998/2012] 2012-2015
- Coordinator of the project “PROMEMICI – Protagonistas e memórias das ‘missões científicas`. Arqueologia e agenda colonial portuguesa” — Hosted by the Instituto de Investigação Científica Tropical and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. [PTDC/IVC-HFC/5017/2012] 2012-2014
- Team member of the project “Conhecimento e Visão: Fotografia no Arquivo e no Museu Colonial Português (1850-1950)” — Coordinated by Filipa Lowndes Vicente (ICS-UL) and funded by the Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia. [PTDC/HIS-HIS/112198/2009] 2011-2014
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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.