The IHC will be one of the institutions participating in the first NOVA FCSH Research and Innovation Day, which will take place on 21 September, under the theme Heritage – material, immaterial, built and natural.
The initiative aims to “share scientific knowledge between the NOVA FCSH community and society” and will address “topics such as the challenges of communicating science, funding opportunities for heritage research, and transforming knowledge into impact”.
The IHC will participate in the exhibition space for research centres and in the poster presentation session, where we will highlight two of our ongoing research projects: FORCED — Portuguese and Spanish Forced Labourers under National Socialism, (coordinated by Cláudia Ninhos) and FIREUSES — Burning landscapes (coordinated by Miguel Carmo).
Between 9 AM and 5.30 PM, you can find us on the ground floor of the Almada Negreiros College (Campolide Campus of NOVA University Lisbon). The full programme is available at this link (in Portuguese).
Prazo: 21 Agosto 2023
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