The University of Évora and the NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities (NOVA FCSH) have opened the registration for the respective summer schools and the IHC, as is our tradition, has eleven proposals to introduce and/or deepen diverse fields of knowledge.
At the University of Évora, Ana Cristina Martins, accompanied by several trainers, will coordinate a course on the “silence” of female voices in Arts, Humanities and Sciences. At NOVA FCSH, where ten IHC proposals are concentrated, the range of choices is very diverse, from the history of games (with André Nóvoa), or of European cultural and political history in the 1980s (with Daniele Serapiglia), to censorship (with Rita Luís) and contemporary archaeology (with Xurxo Ayán).
The various courses will take place remotely or in person, between July and September, so please check the dates and specific models of each. The information is available both on the websites of the two universities, as well as on the IHC Events calendar.
Deadline: 10 November 2021
Deadline: 1 October 2021
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