Assistant Professor at the Universidade Europeia and Integrated Researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History, NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities (IHC – NOVA FCSH).
Degree (1998) and Doctorate (2004) in Sociology from the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), having received the Extraordinary Doctorate Award from UCM. Master in Social and Solidarity Economy (2016, ISCTE-IUL). He has taught social sciences courses at the University of Salamanca, Universidad Pontificia Comillas (ICADE, Madrid), and at ISCSP at the University of Lisbon. He was a postdoctoral researcher (FCT Fellowship, 2006-2012) at the IHC of NOVA University Lisbon.
He has published several works in the fields of historical sociology, sociology of culture, and economic sociology.
- Historical sociology (civilizational and decivilizational processes)
- Sociology of culture and of communication
- Governmentality studies
- Economic sociology
- Ampudia de Haro, Fernando. O Processo Civilizacional da Tourada: Guerreiros, Cortesãos, Profissionais… e Bárbaros?. Lisbon: Imprensa de História Contemporânea, 2020. [PDF]
- Ampudia de Haro, Fernando. “La política en Norbert Elias: visión general e implicaciones,” Revista Española de Sociología, 29 (2020): 267-283. [PDF]
- Ampudia de Haro, Fernando & Sofia Gaspar. “Visados dorados para inversores en España y Portugal: residencia a cambio de dinero,” Arbor, 195 (2019): a495. [PDF]
- Ampudia de Haro, Fernando. “Gerencialisme universitari i publicació científica,” Debats, 133 (2019): 47-62. [PDF]
- Researcher in the project “New Chinese: Novas Comunidades Chinesas em Portugal” — Coordinated by Sofia Gaspar (CIES-IUL) and hosted by CIES-IUL. 2018-2024
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Apr 8, 2021
The abandoned village of Repil, in Galicia, will be the stage for Cereixa’s Historical Memory Week.
Apr 6, 2021
The Institute of Contemporary History organizes a series of events about our recent past.
Mar 31, 2021
Contrary to what was maintained by academic tradition, this cultural landscape has its origin in the 10th century.