Post-doctoral researcher at the NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities, with the project “Mulheres Trabalhadoras, Saúde e Medicina em Portugal (1900-1976)” [Working Women, Health and Medicine in Portugal (1900-1976)], supervised by professors Maria Fernanda Rollo and Fátima Sá.
She completed her PhD in Modern and Contemporary History at ISCTE-IUL on 2 July 2013, with the thesis “Protecção e Direitos das Mulheres Trabalhadoras em Portugal – As Origens do Estado-Providência (1880- 1943)” [Protection and Rights of Working Women in Portugal – The Origins of the Welfare State (1880-1943)], supervised by Fátima Sá. She completed a Masters in Contemporary Social History at ISCTE-IUL on 15 December 1998, with the dissertation: “As Mulheres no Mercado de Trabalho em Portugal: Representações e Quotidianos (1890-1940)” [Women in the Labour Market in Portugal: Representations and Everyday Life (1890-1940)], supervised by Miriam Halpern Pereira.
She has a degree in History — Educational Training from the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon, completed on 11 June 1990, with a Pedagogical Internship supervised by António Cordeiro Lopes and Ana Maria Homem Leal de Faria. She also has a Degree in History from the School of Arts of the University of Lisbon, completed on 30 July 1988.
- Welfare state
- Baptista, Virgínia. Proteção e Direitos das Mulheres Trabalhadoras em Portugal 1880-1943. Lisbon: Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, 2016. [link]
- Baptista, Virgínia. “Legislation and Working Women in Portugal – Since the End of Nineteenth Century to the 1940s,” Journal of Business and Economics 5 (2014): 1558-1567. [PDF]
- Baptista, Virgínia, “Women in the Portuguese Labour Market (1890- 1940),” in Écrire l’Histoire des femmes en Europe du Sud : xixe-xxe siècles, edited by Gisela Bock and Anne Cova, 396-426. Oeiras: Celta Editora, 2003.
- Baptista, Virgínia. As Mulheres no Mercado de Trabalho em Portugal: Representações e Quotidianos (1890- 1940). Lisbon: CIDM, 1999.
- “Mulheres Trabalhadoras, Saúde e Medicina em Portugal (1900-1976)” [Working Women, Health and Medicine in Portugal (1900-1976)] — Individual postdoctoral project supervised by Maria Fernanda Rollo and Fátima Sá.
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Dec 8, 2022
Victor Pereira was one of the winners of the 2022 edition of the Aristides de Sousa Mendes Award.
Dec 5, 2022
The website of the project Oral Memory of Portuguese Diplomacy has been published.
Dec 3, 2022
Note of regret of the Board of Directors of the IHC on the passing of Fernando Ampudia de Haro.