Pamela Peres Cabreira

MSc

Culture, Identities, and Power

Contact:
cabreiraperes@gmail.com

Biography

Doctoral candidate in Contemporary History at the NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities. Researcher at the Institute of Contemporary History in the Research Group Culture, Identities, and Power; associate of the GT Mundos do Trabalho (ANPUH) and of the Núcleo de Estudos Sobre Capitalismo, Poder e Lutas Sociais (NECAP/UFRRJ).

She holds a Masters in History from the Graduate Program in History (Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro) with CAPES research funding. She holds a Full Degree in History from the same University, with a scholarship of internationalisation support by the Santander Group, with a visiting period at the University of Porto. She was awarded funding for research abroad by the University of São Paulo (Cátedra Jaime Cortesão), with which she carried out research in Lisbon (2016) in archival investigation of documentation on the political and social scope of 1968-1974, hosted by the IHC.

The ongoing research for the doctoral thesis comprises the problematization of the historical role of working women during the Portuguese revolutionary period, their influences and participations in the social and political field, having as main object of analysis the textile company Sogantal.

Research fields

  • Social history
  • Contemporary history
  • History, gender, and social classes
  • History of Labour

Selected publications

  • Cabreira, Pamela Peres, “Movimento operário e história social das mulheres: o caso português após a Revolução 25 de Abril de 1974,” in Experiências e processos sociais: Trabalho e Educação, organised by Denise de Sordi and Douglas Gonsalves Fávero, 280-308. São Paulo: Edições Verona, 2021. [link]
  • Cabreira, Pamela Peres. “Diálogo entre História e Gênero: críticas, perspectivas e análise de mulheres operárias em Portugal durante o período revolucionário (1974-1975),” Em Perspectiva 6 (2020): 41-66. [PDF]
  • Fontes, Jorge Filipe Figueiredo & Pamela Peres Cabreira. “Between self-management and workers’ control: the cases of Setenave and Sogantal during the Portuguese revolutionary period (1974–1975),” Cadernos do Arquivo Municipal 13 (2020): 123-135. [PDF]
  • Cabreira, Pamela Peres, “História Social das Mulheres: uma análise luso-brasileira sobre a classe operária feminina,” in Diálogos entre Brasil e Portugal: Ensaios de História Contemporânea, coordinated by Pamela Peres Cabreira and Jorge Fontes, 280-308. São João do Meriti: Desalinho Publicações, 2020. [link]
  • Cabreira, Pamela Peres & Luís Carvalho. “Sofia Pomba Guerra: uma feminista na Imprensa Moçambicana dos anos 1930,” Ex Aequo 39 (2019): 121-135. [PDF]

Main projects

  • Mulheres da Sogantal em luta: autogestão e operariado durante o período revolucionário português (1974-1985)” [Sogantal women in struggle: self-management and working class during the Portuguese revolutionary period (1974-1985)] — PhD Dissertation project supervised by Raquel Varela. Individual research project funded by the IHC and the Foundation for Science and Technology.
  • Mulheres em luta: a Revolução dos Cravos e o movimento operário feminino em Portugal (1974-1976)” [Women in struggle: the Carnation Revolution and the women’s labour movement in Portugal (1974-1976)] — Individual research project funded by CAPES-Brazil.
  • “Semeando ventos o governo colherá tempestades!””: a crise marcelista e abertura revolucionária em Portugal (1968-1974)” [The Marcelist crisis and revolutionary opening in Portugal (1968-1974)] — Individual Master’s project funded by CAPES-Brazil.
  • A Revolução dos Cravos entre a diplomacia e a insurreição: O Movimento das Forças Armadas como reflexo da Guerra Colonial (1949-1974)” [The Carnation Revolution between diplomacy and insurrection: The Armed Forces Movement as a reflection of the Colonial War (1949-1974)] — Individual graduation project funded by MEC/Santander.

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