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RESEARCH WEEK ISCTE-IUL MUNDI 2014


CREDITS COORDINATION Research Support Office, 2014 CONTRIBUTIONS COORDINATION Adetti-IUL, BRU-IUL, CEHC-IUL, CEI-IUL, CIES-IUL, Cis-IUL, Research Support Office, 2013 CRIA-IUL, Din창mia/CET-IUL, IT-IUL, International Relations Office, Library, Rectory Support Office CONTRIBUTIONS Research Units, International DESIGN Research Office, Library, RecTiago Santos (Image and Communication Office) tory Support Office PHOTOGRAPHY DESIGN Hugo Alexandre Cruz (MultimediaTiago Unit) Santos (Image and Communication Office)


INDEX 1. Welcome to ISCTE-IUL Newly arrived researchers at 1.1. Adetti-IUL 1.2. BRU-IUL 1.3. CEHC-IUL 1.4. CEI-IUL 1.5. CIES-IUL 1.6. Cis-IUL 1.7. CRIA-IUL 1.8. Dinâmia’CET-IUL

2. Research at ISCTE-IUL 2.1. Research Units 2.2. Research Support 2.2.1. Services Support 2.2.2. Research Ethics 2.2.3. Intellectual Property 2.2.4. Laboratories

COORDINATION Research Support Office, 2013 CONTRIBUTIONS Research Units, International Research Office, Library, Rectory Support Office DESIGN Tiago Santos (Image and Communication Office)

2.3. ISCTE-IUL University Library 2.4. CIÊNCIA-IUL, Science Portal ISCTE-IUL 2.5. Curriculum DeGóis 2.6. Institutional affiliation of ISCTE–IUL 2.7. ISCTE-IUL Scientific Journals and Publishers

3. ISCTE-IUL Campus 3.1. Portuguese language courses 3.2. University residence 3.3. Campus Art, Culture and Sport


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WELCOME TO THE NEWLY ARRIVED RESEARCHERS AT ISCTE-IUL


1 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IS A KEY COMPONENT OF THE ACTIVITY OF ISCTE - UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE OF LISBON

Every year arrive in our Institute several highly skilled researchers, either Portuguese or of different other nationalities. They come to work with teams of researchers at the various Research Units of ISCTE-IUL. These Research Units are, along with the Departments and Schools, the main organizational structures of ISCTE-IUL. They are centres of high quality research, mostly with top FCT ratings. At this meeting, we intend to welcome the newly arrived researchers. We wish them all a very productive and pleasant living in ISCTE-IUL. We count on them to strengthen our research teams and to develop scientific research with international quality. We hope they will establish cooperative ties with their colleagues at the research units in which they are integrated and expect them to participate

in innovative interdisciplinary initiatives with colleagues from these research units. We also hope that they can enrich the advanced training of ISCTE-IUL, at the masters’s and doctorate levels, and that they supervise masters dissertations and doctoral theses. We count on them to carry out research projects, attract research funds and author high-level international scientific publications. One of the main ISCTE-IUL’s strategic goals is to become a research university with an increasingly higher and internationalized scientific performance, having at its core the advancement of knowledge and its application to institutions, economy and society. We are very happy that you join us in exploring the future. Fernando Luís Machado The ISCTE-IUL Rector’s Board


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WELCOME TO ADETTI-IUL, ADVANCED IS/IT RESEARCH CENTRE Carlos Costa Director of ADETTI-IUL

Dear colleagues, researchers of ISCTE-IUL, On behalf of ADETTI-IUL I would like to welcome and invite you to participate in all our initiatives during your stay at ISCTE-IUL. ADETTI-IUL is a research and development centre specialized in the innovative application of Information and Communication Technologies. Our aim is to contribute to the scientific, technological, economical and social development of organizations and society. We like developing innovative research projects adopting a multidisciplinary approach integrating information technologies and other fields. Some examples of this approach are: big data in government services, computer science education using robotics, information systems gamification, collaborative systems, open source software engineering, study of information systems adoption, health-care and social-care, enterprise collaboration, immersive environments, or home automation applications (domotics). Please do not hesitate to browse our web site (adetti-iul.adetti.pt) or to make us a visit (D0.10).


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PHD STUDENTS

ADRIANA LOPES FERNANDES Nationality

Brazilian

Research interests

Age

32

E-mail

alfss@iscte.pt

Organizational Learning; Information Technology; Organizational Performance; Organizational strategy;

drialf@yahoo.com.br Affiliation

ADETTI-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Adriana Lopes Fernandes and I was born in Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais - Brazil. Since 2014, I have been a PhD student at ISCTE-IUL in Information Sciences and Technologies, in the field of Information Studies. I graduated in Business Administration and hold my Master degree in human resources. I worked for 6 years as a college teacher in the courses of Business Management, Engineering and Information Systems at a graduation level and Methodology at a post-graduation level. Furthermore, I worked as a coordinator of the postgraduation level in Human Resource Management. For 5 years I worked at Belo Horizonte City Hall as an analyst in the Human Resources area and for 2 years as manager of a gym.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Information Systems

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Brรกulio Alturas, ISCTE-IUL

Thesis title Science and Information Technology and its influence on the processes of organizational learning with implications for organizational performance: a comparative study between Brazilian and Portuguese companies


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PHD STUDENTS

FERNANDO JOSÉ DA FONSECA BENTO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

45

E-mail

fernandobento@risa.pt

System Information; ERP’s; System Integration; Databases

Affiliation

Adetti-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Fernando Bento and I am a Software Development Manager working in IT projects (software development) for 24 years. CTO versed in analyzing and mitigating risk and finding cost-effective solutions. Software Engineer successful at troubleshooting and debugging. Supportive and enthusiastic team player dedicated to streamlining processes and efficiently resolving project issues. I’m expert in C,, JAVA, HTML5, JAVASCRIPT and I have large experience in SAP systems (SAP Business ONE) and other ERP’s.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Information Systems

Thesis title ERP Measure Success Model

University

ISCTE - IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Carlos J. Costa, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

ISABEL MARIA MENDES PEDROSA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

42

E-mail

ipedrosa@sapo.pt

Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques; Technology Acceptance Models

Affiliation

ADETTI-IUL, ISCA- IPC

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Isabel Pedrosa. I was born in Figueira da Foz and I live in Coimbra since 1990. I’m a PhD student in Information Sciences and Technologies, at ISCTE–IUL, since 2009 (as a part time student), and I’m working on the Acceptance of Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques. I’m a full time lecturer in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department of ISCAC Coimbra Business School, since 2000 and before, from 1998 to 2000, I taught at Escola Superior de Educação de Coimbra. I’m an ICT teacher since 1993 and a teachers’ trainer and consultant on ICT since 1999. I’ve worked in the Informatics Department in The National Bureau of Statistics, Coimbra (1995–1998) as part of the team that launched “Infoline” (statistics online), among other projects (as Census 1991). I’ve served as External Expert in KeyActivity ICT on “European Education, Audiovisual & Culture Executive Agency” in Brussels. My Master is in Computer Science and my Degree is in Computer Engineering by the University of Coimbra, 1994.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Information Systems

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Carlos J. Costa, ISCTE-IUL

Thesis title Computer Assisted Audit Tools and Techniques on Statutory Auditors’ Professional framework: new determinants on technology acceptance


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PHD STUDENTS

JOÃO VENTURA SALVADOR LOPES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

40

E-mail

joint_ventura@hotmail.com; jvsls@iscte-iul.pt

Urban Design; Parametric Urbanism; Computational Design Thinking.

Affiliation

ISCTE-IUL; ADETTI-IUL; VitruviusFabLab-IUL; CASA (University of Bath).

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is João Ventura Salvador Lopes and I was born in 1974. I studied architecture in FAUP-UP (Porto) and ETSAB-UPC (Barcelona), holding Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and Erasmus scholarships and graduated in 1998 (FAUPUP). As a practicing architect I exert since then intense professional activity on projects of varying scales, in collaboration with architects Álvaro Siza Vieira and João Álvaro Rocha, individually and in a partnership, held since 2000, with architect António S. Neves. I’m an associated researcher of the VitruviusFabLabIUL (VFABLAB) since 2012 in the fields of parametric urbanism, computational design thinking and digital fabrication and published and presented in national and international conferences. In 2013 I obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Advanced Studies in Digital Architecture CEAAD2012 (ISCTE-IUL and FAUP-UP) and a PhD Studentship from FCT. I’m currently enrolled in the PhD Program in Architecture of Contemporary Metropolitan Territories (ISCTE-IUL) and my host institutions are ADETTI-IUL, and CASA, University of Bath. EDUCATION PhD degree

Architecture

Thesis title

University

ISCTE-IUL

Emergence and Composition: Natural strategies of compromise between place and context in parametric urban design.

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Alexandra Paio, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

LUÍS FILIPE DA SILVA RODRIGUES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

50

E-mail

lfrodrigues0502@hotmail.com

System Information; Gamification; Games Development; Banking Information systems; Databases

Affiliation

ADETTI-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE CIO Banco BEST since January 2001 to July 2013. IT Senior Manager BES/ESI, from 2003 to 2007. Principal for Banking & Insurance IBM from 1999 to 2001. ABN AMRO Bank N.V. IT Manager from 1997 to 1999. Manager of Banco Universo (1996 – 1997). Project Manager Banco Melo (1992 – 1996), Banco Santander Team Leader (1988 – 1993), Branch Office Administrator (1986 – 1987). Publications in ACM conferences :How to develop financial applications with game features in e-banking (August 2013), The adoption of gamification in e-banking (June 2013), Gamification: The using of user discussion groups in the software development in e-banking (2014) and How gamification can influence the webdesign and the customer to use de e-banking systems (2014). Honors & Awards: CIO Award 2011, IDC, CIO Award 2012 - Honorable Mention, IDC, IDC CIO Awards 2013. Since 2013, I am a PhD Student in Computer Science at ISCTE-IUL. I hold a Master in Information Systems (ISEG, UTL) within the PAGE-Management Advance Program, 2005 – 2007, Universidade Católica. Graduation in Computer Science, 1983 – 1988 EDUCATION PhD degree

Information Systems

Thesis title The adoption of gamification in e-banking

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Carlos J. Costa, ISCTE-IUL; Abilio Oliveira, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

RUI JORGE MEIRELES MACEDO CORREIA GOMES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

41

E-mail

rui.gomes@hff.min-saude.pt

Affiliation

Hospital Fernando da Fonseca; Adetti-IUL

Healthcare Information Systems, Planning Information Systems; Project Management Studies and Partnerships relating Health Informatics, Business, Objects and Application

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Student of the DBA Program (Doctor in Business Administration), at ISCTE Business School (since 1012). Managing Director of Technology and Information Systems at Hospital Fernando Fonseca, EPE (since 2009). Expert Project Evaluator and Peer Reviewer, European Commission (since 2014) IDC Advisory Board Member (since 2012). Guest Associated Professor, Instituto Politécnico de Leiria (since 2012). Coordinator, Researcher and Founder, Research Centre and Creativity in Computer Science, (since 2009). Executive Board member of Electronic Health Record Group, Ministério da Saúde, Portugal (2010-2011). IT Director, Centro Hospitalar Entre o Douro e Vouga, EPE (November 1998 – December 2008). Graduation in Computer Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Coimbra University (FCTUC, 1996), Portugal. Master’s degree, Master in Medical Informatics at Medical School, Porto University (FMUP, 2010), Portugal

EDUCATION PhD degree

Information Systems

Thesis title Governance Model for Information Systems and Technologies in the Healthcare Sector

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Henrique O’Neill, ISCTE-IUL


1.2 Business research unit Instituto UniversitĂĄrio de Lisboa

WELCOME TO BRU-IUL, BUSINESS RESEARCH UNIT

SĂ­lvia Silva Director of BRU-IUL

Dear Researchers, Welcome to BRU-IUL! BRU-IUL is a research center organized into eight Research Groups that mirrors our multidisciplinary: Economics; Finance; Financial and Management Accounting; Management and Strategy; Marketing; Modelling in Business and Economics; Organizational Behavior & Human Resources; Research Methods. The main goal of BRU-IUL is to promote research at the highest national and international standards in business and economics, providing a researchrich environment to achieve excellence. In the last years BRU-IUL has been focused on three interweaving aims: to contribute to high quality scientific knowledge; to provide world-class educational programs through the Business School to both domestic and international students; and to use research capacity to develop solutions for specific corporate and industry problems. In the last years we published in high impact international journals and attracted PhD students and researchers from 19 different countries. It is our belief that our cultural diversity is very important for pursuing excellence and for being innovative in our research. We expect your engagement and active participation in our activities and we look forward for your contribution. We are delighted to have you here.


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

RESEARCH FELLOWS

MIGUEL ATANÁSIO CARVALHO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

36

E-mail

miguel.carvalho@iscte.pt

Microeconomic Models; Consumer Behavior; Health Economics and Innovation Policy

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Miguel Atanásio Carvalho and I’m from Lisbon. I originally graduated in Physics at Instituto Superior Técnico. A twist in my research interests lead me to a MSc in Economics, and later a MPhil and PhD at Tilburg University, in the Netherlands. The thesis, which was defended in 2011, called “Essays in Behavioral Microeconomic Theory” focused on deviations from the classic Expected Utility Decision Theory and on some of its implications in the context of microeconomic models. After my defense, I became a post-doc researcher at Catolica University where I worked as a microeconomist with researchers from other fields, namely consumer behavior, health economics and innovation policy. I recently joined BRU-IUL as a post-doc researcher. I’m now giving a microeconomic flavour to the project “Currency Competition, Leaders and Wars” with Alexandra Lopes, Emanuel Gasteiger and Teresa Sousa.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Economics

University

Tilburg University

Year

Thesis title

Country

Netherlands

2011

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Post-doc researcher

University

Catolica University

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Currency Competition, Leaders and Wars

Essays in Behavioral Microeconomic Theory


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

ADRIANA REIS ARAÚJO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

28

E-mail

adrianareisa@hotmail.com

Training, Organizational / Safety Climate; High Performance Human Practices

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Adriana Araújo. I have a Master degree in Psychology and Human Resource Management at ISCTE-IUL. Currently I’m a Ph.D Student in Management with specialization in Human Resources and Organizational Behavior at ISCTE-IUL.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Management, Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour specialization

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR To be defined

Thesis title High Performance Human Practices alignment


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

ANA PAULA GIORDANO Nationality

Portuguese-Brazilian

Research interests

Age

27

E-mail

anapaulagiordano@gmail.com

Interpersonal Relations at Work; Team Affect; Team Effectiveness; Collective Psychological Ownership

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Since I came to know Organizational Psychology at the University of Coimbra I was interested on this positive and preventive focus of organizational scientists: understanding and creating well-being at the workplace. Hence, I took my Master’s on Work, Organizational and Personnel Psychology (Coimbra and Barcelona Universities) and my research focused on the role of emotions on intra-group conflicts. Since then, I have also worked as a consultant and trainer aiming to use this scientific knowledge in practical interventions. In 2012, I joined Católica-Lisbon UNICEE research unit which allows me to work directly with behavioral research in topics such as leader emotions, and organizational justice. In 2013/2014, I started the ISCTE PhD Program on Human Resources and Organizational Behavior, supervised by Professor Ana Passos and Professor David Patient. Our aim is to uncover a team affect: collective psychological ownership and its (promising!) positive impact on team effectiveness. EDUCATION PhD degree

Organizational Behavior

Thesis title

University

ISCTE-IUL

Predictors and consequences of collective psychological ownership in team effectiveness

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR David Patient, Católica-Lisbon School of Business and Economics; Ana Passos, ISCTE – IUL


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitรกrio de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

ATILLA BAYRAKDAR Nationality

Turkey

Research interests

Age

40

E-mail

atibayrakdar@gmail.com

Conflict; Team Effectiveness; Trust,Creativity; Team Cohesion

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE After being commissioned as an army officer, I worked in many units as platoon leader and company commander. During those times, I finished two master studies - Master of Business Administration : (Yeditepe University /ISTANBU) and Master of Art in National and International Security Strategy Management and Leadership. Due to professional success, I was admitted to Turkish War Colleges. After two years of study, I graduated as a staff officer. Finally, I was assigned to a NATO Headquarter, SHAPE- Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers of Europe in Mons/Belgium. My professional career plan required me to improve my skills in managerial sciences. I have been working as an army officer for 16 years, and 10 years of that period were passed in army education centers and schools. Currently, I work as a defense planner in strategic headquarter of NATO in Belgium, and I am in charge of planning and reviewing all defense subjects especially from planning personnel and armies in order to be prepared for a full operation in future. This is a kind of managing future from now. In order to fulfill this task, countries management strategies should be consistent with NATO strategies. If not all the efforts and money spent by the countries may be futile. These realities burden me with the heavy responsibility of being an expert in planning human resources and organizational behaviors. My job endows me with the opportunity of practicing management and leadership theories in the field. Therefore, I would like to project my doctoral gaining to real world planning events and military operations in the field. EDUCATION PhD degree

Management- Human Resources and Organizational Behaviour

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

Thesis title The Impact of Conflict to Team Effectiveness in Military Teams

ADVISOR Jose Leon Perez, ISCTE-IUL; Ana Passos, ISCTE-IUL


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

FERNANDO ANGELINO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

47

E-mail

fangelino@netcabo.pt

Gamification; Entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurial marketing; Business Models; e-Commerce

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Fernando Angelino and I hold a Master degree in Management and postgraduate studies in Entrepreneurship and Innovation from the University of Évora. I have a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing at the College of Business Administration from the Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal. I hold a technical degree as a Systems Programmer Analyst from the IATA Institute of Lisbon. I’m a Telecommunications specialist by the Portuguese Navy. I conducted the research for my master’s thesis on the topic of entrepreneurship education in the Portuguese Polytechnic Institutes. I have over 18 years of extensive professional experience in management positions in domestic and foreign companies. I coordinated and implemented several projects in the Iberian Peninsula within the areas of IT, logistics and industrial property (brand protection). Currently, I am an invited assistant professor in the Department of Economics and Management, at the College of Business Administration, Polytechnic Institute of Setúbal. I’m also an invited faculty member of the Executive Master in Management of Creativity and Design for Business Innovation at IADE, Lisbon. EDUCATION PhD degree

Management – specialization in Marketing

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Paulo Rita, ISCTE-IUL

Thesis title Still a work in progress


1.2 Business research unit Instituto UniversitĂĄrio de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

JORGE FERNANDO ALVES GUEDES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

26

E-mail

jorgefernandoguedes@gmail. com

OffShoring and Nearshoring in the IT services sector

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Customer focused and driven by results, I am a Certified SAP Project Manager working for the Nearshore Services Center of SAP in Lisbon with solid PMO and Business Transformation knowledge, with several international experiences (Projects in/for Portugal, Spain, France, Germany, Romania, Switzerland, India, Angola, etc). My fields of interest and expertise are Project Management, Operations Management and Strategic Management and my projects have allowed me to gain experience in the Banking, Logistics, Consumer Goods and Media/ Communication Industries. Before joining SAP I had the opportunity to work as a Planning and Engineering Specialist for FedEx – Rangel Express and as a PMO for everis. I currently hold an integrated master degree in Electrical and computer engineering with specialization in engineering and industrial management from FEUP. EDUCATION PhD degree

Strategic Management

Thesis title Evolution and Impact of Nearshoring Services in the IT Sector

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Leandro Pereira, ISCTE-IUL


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitรกrio de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

KATRIN JENNIFER ULRICH Nationality

German

Research interests

Age

35

E-mail

ulrichkatrin@yahoo.de

Corporate Leadership, Strategy & Entrepreneurship, Sustainability, Corporate Social Responsibility

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I am a German PhD student and highly fond of ISCTE-IUL. Being a mother of three and working fulltime at a public university as a study coordinator, teacher and academic researcher, it was not easy to find an international study program which offers external students a PhD program. I was born in the South of Germany and I hold currently two degrees, one in undergraduate studies in the field of business administration, and one in graduate studies as an MBA, with specialization in business management. I studied in Germany and in the USA, I speak five languages and besides my work I run my own little firm, called rentabag. I founded rentabag in 2010 and it was very exciting being an entrepreneur undergoing through all the various and challenging steps of a start-up business. I am highly interested in my research fields: sustainability and strategy & entrepreneurship. After fulfilling my PhD degree, I would like to move into this research area and publish papers in cooperation with other international business scholars within the same research area. EDUCATION PhD degree

Sustainability and Strategy & Entrepreneurship

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

Thesis title A value-based corporate leadership in the areas of conflict between profit maximization and economic ethical behavior

ADVISOR Nelson Antonio, ISCTE-IUL; Eduardo Correia, ISCTE-IUL


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

MÁRCIA RAFAELA CADETE DOS SANTOS Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

24

Management in the Nonprofit Sector

E-mail

marcia_rafaela_10@hotmail. com

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m Márcia Santos and I’m a PhD student in ISCTE-Business School. I hold a Master degree in Accounting and I have published an article in Tourism & Management Studies journal entitled “Management Accounting in Portuguese Nonprofit Organizations”. I provided management support to Nonprofit Organizations acting in social field. I teach courses in Information Technology and I work as financial accountant and tax consultant, for three years.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Management with specialization in Strategy and Entrepreneurship

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Raúl M.S. Laureano, ISCTE-IUL

Thesis title Performance measurement in the Portuguese Nonprofit Sector


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

PÉRICLES AUGUSTO SEMEDO SÁ NOGUEIRA Nationality

Capeverdian-Portuguese

Research interests

Age

27

E-mail

semedo10@hotmail.com

Macroeconomics, Economic Growth and Monetary Theory; Developing Countries; African countries.

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m Péricles Sá Nogueira and I was born in Cape Verde. I came to Portugal to attend a degree in Management and Public Administration where I was awarded by the University of Lisbon with a merit scholarship for my excellent performance. I hold a Master Degree in Economics from ISCTE – Business school where I raised my interest in Macroeconomics, Economic Growth and Monetary policy and decided to continue to the PhD Program in Economics. My professional experience is in the fields of management and economics and I worked since 2009 mostly as consultant. As a consultant my main responsibilities and activities are auditing in accounting, financial economics, budgeting and asset. I also contributed to the implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning and improvement of some processes in several organizations including universities and other state agencies. I also have some experience as a researcher. EDUCATION PhD degree

Macroeconomics; Economic Growth; Monetary policy;

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Sofia de Sousa Vale, ISCTE-IUL

Thesis title Institutions and Economic Growth: evidence from some Portuguese speaking countries


1.2 Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

PHD STUDENTS

RODERICK EMANUEL LEWIS Nationality

United States of America

Research interests

Age

40

E-mail

lewisrod@yahoo.com

Affiliation

BRU-IUL

Equality and Non-discrimination legislation, Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership Behavior, Organizational Culture, Organizational Justice

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Roderick Lewis and I’m the author of the book, “The Corporate Recruitment Game: What Recruiters Don’t Tell, And What Employers Try To Sell”. I have written opinion articles for Universum Quarterly, Top MBA Quarterly, and Business Insider. As founder and principal consultant of VJS Careers, I provide individual coaching, educational workshops, career connections, and career research tools to students and professionals seeking jobs in the international market. My educational credentials include an MBA from The Georgia Institute of Technology with a concentration in International Business, and a Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from The University of Alabama. I have provided career management to national and international students, professionals, and organizations. I have been an HR Consultant in Corporate America focusing on International Recruiting and Diversity & Inclusion for Latin America, Spain, and the USA. My experience also include time as a Career Consultant in US and European Business Schools focusing on Career Branding, Salary Negotiations, Work Permits, and Social Media Networking. EDUCATION PhD degree

Human Resources and Organizational Behavior

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Gina Gaio Santos, Universidade do Minho

Thesis title Organizational Equality and Non-discrimination Compliance: A Cross-Cultural Comparison


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WELCOME TO CEHC-IUL, CENTRE FOR STUDIES IN MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY HISTORY Magda Pinheiro Director of CEHC-IUL

Dear Researchers, As director of the Center for Modern and Contemporary Studies I want welcome the new researchers. Foreigners always praised the kindness of lisbonins and we want to maintain the tradition. Our center was created in 1975 and had an important role in methodological renewal of Portuguese modern and contemporary History. The Center for Modern and Contemporary History supports research, organizes seminars, symposia and conferences that promote the historical debate, the update of the methodological and conceptual research and the progress of comparative studies. CEHC also supports publication of research results and other forms of science diffusion. It contributes to the publication of two Scientific Revues. Between them we must emphasize Ler Hist贸ria as a reference in Portuguese Historical revues panorama. Our lines of research include themes of Social and Economic History, Urban History, Cultural and Politics History, History of Technology.


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

GONÇALO ROCHA GONÇALVES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

32

Security; Public Safety; Police; Fire

E-mail

goncalo.goncalves81@gmail. com

Affiliation

CEHC-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Gonçalo Rocha Gonçalves and I am post-doctoral researcher at CEHC-IUL and invited Assitant Professor at ISCTE- IUL. I hold a PhD from The Open University, Minton Keynes (2012) with the thesis “Civilizing the police(man): police reform, culture and practice in Lisbon, c.1860-1910”. Among my latest publications is “Police reform and the transnational circulation of police models: The Portuguese case in the 1860s”, Crime, Histoire & Sociétés/Crime, History & Societies 2014, vol.18, no.1, pp.5-29 which received the Lauréat du prix Herman Diederiks 2013.

EDUCATION PhD degree

History

University

The Open University

Year

Thesis title

Country

United Kingdom

2012

Civilizing the policeman: Police reform, culture and practice in Lisbon c. 18601910

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD Student

University

The Open University

Country

United Kingdom

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN The Flammable City: Fire and Public Safety in Lisbon, 1850-1950


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WELCOME TO CEI-IUL, CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Clara Barata Director of CEI-IUL

Dear Researchers, It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to CEI-IUl, a research centre created in 2013 with the objective of studying global connections and local expressions. CEI-IUL aims at strengthening the interdisciplinary research, thought and intervention in a framework of complex social, political and economic phenomena that go beyond national and regional borders. CEIIUL rests upon the previous research experience of the Centre for African Studies, enhancing the activity developed within this unit of R&D in recent decades. CEI-IUL integrates researchers working in social studies, politics and international relations, development studies, economics and management in international contexts, aiming at strengthening the interdisciplinary research, thought and intervention in a framework of complex social, political and economic phenomena that go beyond national and regional borders. CEI-IUL is organised on a matrix design of regional areas (Africa, Asia, Europe&Transatlantic Relations) and research groups: Institutions, Governance and International Relations; Societal and Development Challenges and Economics and Globalization.


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

ALINE AFONSO Nationality

Portuguese and Brazilian

Research interests

Age

39

E-mail

alineafonso@hotmail.com

Gender, mutual aid and informal labour market in Angola and Guinea Bissau.

Affiliation

CEI-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Aline Afonso and I have experience in teaching in Brazil and Portugal, and research experience in projects funded by FCT and CAPES. I also have experience in monitoring and evaluating projects funded by the UNDP, CICL and the European Commission.

EDUCATION PhD degree

African Studies

University

ISCTE

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2011

Female vendors in the informal sector of Luanda: survival practices in the context of economic liberalization

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD Student

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Associativism for what? Transnationalism, gender and families in Guinea-Bissau


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ANA MONICA FONSECA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

34

E-mail

ana_monica_fonseca@iscte.pt

Affiliation

CEI, ISCTE-IUL

Southern Europe and Latin American democratic transitions, Portuguese-German relations during Cold War, transatlantic relations, German History, democracy promotion and transnational history.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Ana Mónica Fonseca and I’m a postdoctoral researcher at the CEI-IUL and a Guest Assistant Professor at the History Department also at ISCTE-IUL. Since 2006 I’m also a researcher at the Portuguese Institute for International Relations - New University of Lisbon (IPRI-UNL). My PhD dissertation in Contemporary History (ISCTE-IUL, 2011), entitled «É Preciso Regar os Cravos!» A SocialDemocracia Alemã e a transição portuguesa para a Democracia (1974-1976), received the Honorable Mention of the Victor de Sá Award for Contemporary History 2012 and the Honorable Mention of the Mario Soares Foundation-EDP Award 2012. My master’s thesis was awarded with the Mário Soares Foundation Prize in 2006 and was published in the following year: A força das armas: O apoio da República Federal da Alemanha ao Estado Novo (1958-1968) (Lisbon: MNE-ID, 2007). I have published in several national and international academic journals (Journal of European Integration History, Portuguese Journal of Social Sciences, Relações Internacionais) and contributed in various edited volumes.

EDUCATION PhD degree

History

University

ISCTE-IUL

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2011

The Carnations need Water Now!» The West German Social Democracy and the Portuguese Transition to Democracy (1974-1976)

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD Student

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN A Internacional Socialista e a Promoção da Democracia na Guerra Fria: da Península Ibérica à América Latina.


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

REMO MUTZENBERG Nationality

Brasileira

Research interests

Age

62

Social Movements - Democracy

E-mail

remutz@gmail.com

Affiliation

Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m a teacher in the area of Methodology, and conduct research in Political Sociology, with emphasis on the following topics: discourse, civil society, social movements, democracy and citizenship. I participate in the Research Group “Pós-estruturalismo, política e construção de identidades” and I’m leading the Group” Sociedade Brasileira Contemporânea: cultura, democracia e pensamento social”. My research is in the area of Political confrontations in the context of the African Portuguese-speaking countries: Mozambique, Guinea-Bissau. Currently I’m post-doc at CEI-IUL.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

University

Universidade Federal de Pernambuco

Year

Thesis title

Country

Brasil

2002

COLLECTIVE ACTION, SOCIAL MOVEMENTS: Adhesions, Social Conflict and Antagonism

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Educador

University

CENTRO NORDESTINO DE ANIMAÇÃO POPULAR - ONG

Country

Brasil

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Confrontos políticos no contexto dos países africanos de língua portuguesa: Moçambique, Guiné-Bissau


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PHD STUDENTS

CLÉLIA FRANCELINA OZIAS PONDJA Nationality

Mozambican

Research interests

Age

31

Family, gender, sexuality

E-mail

lady.antropologa@gmail.com

Affiliation

CEI-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE In 2006, I obtained my bachelor’s in Social Sciences from the Federal University of Pernambuco and in 2009 a Master degree in Anthropology Migration, Ethnicity and Transnationalism from the New University of Lisbon and Recife-PE, Brazil, with a dissertation entitled “A Glimpse of Mozambicans in Portugal : Students in Higher Education “. Since 2000 I have been presenting my research results in several international conferences.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Antropology of health

Thesis title The woman in Mozambique: Anthropological dimentions of gender and reproduction

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Clara Carvalho, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

MAGDALENA ANNA BIALOBORSKA Nationality

Polish

Research interests

Age

36

E-mail

magdabi@gmail.com

Music in West Africa, Artists and Artisans, Cultural Politics; Informal Economy, Organizing Processes in Informal Economy

Affiliation

CEI-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m a PhD Candidate in African Studies and I hold a Master in African Studies from ISCTE-IUL, a bachelor in Studies in Ethnology and Anthropology of Culture from the University of Warsaw, and I graduated from the Conservatory of Music in Torun (transverse flute and piano). I participated in the investigation project: “Organizations and Representation in the Informal Economy in PALOP (The Portuguese-speaking African countries): experiences and perspectives” (REF: PTDC/AFR/113992/2009). My field work experience is in Cape Verde, Sao Tome e Principe and Guinea-Bissau. Apart from the research of the organizing processes in these countries, I also analyzed the informal transports (Sao Tome e Principe and Guinea-Bissau), and artists and artisans as informal workers (Cape Verde and Sao Tome e Principe). Currently my research is focused on the music of West Africa, especially on the transformations in the traditional music of Sao Tome e Principe and the actual music scene and music production on the archipelago and of the diaspora. I still work on the organizing processes of informal workers and informal transports, especially in Sao Tome e Principe and GuineaBissau. I’m also cultural producer with a long experience in this area. EDUCATION PhD degree

African Studies

Thesis title Dexa Puíta Sóco(m)pé. Music in São Tomé and Principe

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Gerhard Seibert, , ISCTE-IUL


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WELCOME TO CIES-IUL, CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND STUDIES IN SOCIOLOGY João Sebastião Director of CIES-IUL

Dear Researchers, It is a great pleasure to welcome you to CIES-IUL. We hope to fulfill your expectations and provide you with an interdisciplinary and international environment to allow a successful implementation of your project. The choice of the CIES-IUL gives the opportunity to explore and use the support of our scientific infrastructure and the wider resources of the University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL). As you know CIES-IUL’s main scientific field is sociology, but we also have strong scientific expertise and research in the fields of public policy, political science, education, communication and urban studies. On this multidisciplinary basis, we study processes of social and institutional change at the national and international levels, from a comparative, quantitative and qualitative perspective. At the same time, we pay special attention to the ways in which these changes are associated, as causes and effects, with public policies. We count on your initiative to expand and enrich the collective work and to build together new opportunities. We hope this is the starting point of a longstanding collaboration with our Centre. You are very welcome!


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

ANA MARGARIDA MARTINS BARROSO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

30

E-mail

margarida.barroso@iscte.pt

Work, organisations and occupations, employment, working and living conditions, social policy

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Margarida M. Barroso and I hold a PhD in Sociology from the University Institute of Lisbon. My main research interests are work, organisations and occupations, employment, working and living conditions, gender and social policy. In my doctoral studies I undertook an analysis of the interactions between institutional, organisational and individual determinants of quality of working life, comparing Portuguese and Swedish workers from the same multinational company. Presently I’m conducting my post-doctoral research aiming to discuss the organisational strategies of South European companies to adjust the recent economic crisis, where I intend to carry on a comparative study of companies in Portugal, Spain and Greece.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

University

ISCTE-IUL

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2013

Quality of working life in organisational contexts in the North and South of Europe

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Research assistant

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Organisational strategies to adjust to the crisis. A comparative analysis of human resources’ practices.


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ANA RAQUEL MONTEIRO MATIAS Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

38

E-mail

raquel_matias@hotmail.com

Affiliation

CIES-ISCTE/IUL

Educational policies; Immigration and integration policies; descendants of immigrants; linguistic attitudes and selfesteem, and linguistic policies.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I hold a PhD in Sociology from ISCTE-IUL and the Institute Nationale d?Étude Démographiques (INED, Paris), crossing two main areas: sociology of migration and sociology of language, through an international comparison on the populations with Turkish origin in France, Germany and the Netherlands. The main focus of my research experiences has been on the international comparison and the life experience of populations with an immigrant origin living in Western European countries, as well as on integration and immigration policies, particularly on educational and linguistic policies. Currently I am working in an European project on educational policies in Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece, with a postdoctoral fellowship. In parallel, I have been developing an individual project on linguistic attitudes of individuals with a Cape Vertian origin living in Portugal, comparing diferente generations in the same family and combining quantitative indicators with linguistic ethnography. EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

Thesis title

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Country

Portugal

2013

Self-reported bilingual outcomes and language acculturation among descendants of Turkish immigants in France, Germany and the Netherlands (language: English)

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Research assistant

University

Center for Social Studies (CES), University of Coimbra

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Desafios Educativos na Europa do Sul. Equidade e Eficiência em tempos de crise (2013-2015)


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

DULCE MORGADO DE BRITO NEVES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

31

Gender, Parenting, Intimacy, Social change

E-mail

dumorgado@gmail.com

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Dulce Morgado Neves (1983) and I obtained my PhD in Sociology in 2013, with the thesis “Intimacy and Sex Life: Changes and Continuities in a gender and generation based perspective” (ISCTE-IUL). Over the last decade, I have participated in several research projects at CIES-IUL and I was assistant researcher in the project “Gender and Generations: continuity and change in family narratives”, coordinated by Professor Sofia Aboim at ICS-UL. Added to my experience in the academic research, I have been working on social intervention, developing training programs on gender equality, sexual education and parenting skills, in Portugal and Spain. Currently, my main research interests are related to gender, intimacy and parenting and, as a post-doctoral researcher at CIES-IUL, I’m starting a new research project entitled “The naturalized maternity as a new conception of citizenship: acceptance and controversy in Portugal and Spain”. EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

Thesis title

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Country

Portugal

2013

Intimacy and Sex Life: Changes and Continuities in a gender and generation based perspective

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD Student; PhD Grantholder

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN The naturalized maternity as a new conception of citizenship: acceptance and controversy in Portugal and Spain


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

INÊS ESPÍRITO SANTO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

31

E-mail

ines.velho@gmail.com

International Migration;, Sociology of work; Visual Sociology

Affiliation

CIES-IUL; Centre Maurice Halbwachs (EHESS, Paris)

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m Inês Espírito Santo and I hold a master degree from Sciences Po (Paris, 2006) and a Phd in Sociology from EHESS entitled “Du clandestin au citoyen européen. Quand les immigrés portugais font figure de travailleurs (France, 1962-2012)” (Paris, 2013). I taught “Introduction to Sociology” at Créteil University (Paris 12), from 2009 to 2011, and «Antropology of migrations» at Saint-Denis University (Paris 8), from 2011 to 2013. I’m currently a post-doc research fellow at the Observatório da Emigração, CIES, ISCTE-IUL.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

University

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

Year

Thesis title

Country

France

2013

Du clandestin au citoyen européen. Quand les immigrés portugais font figure de travailleurs (France, 1962-2012)

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD student

University

Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales

Country

France

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Observatório da Emigração


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JAVIER GÓMEZ CALVO Nationality

Spanish

Research interests

Age

32

E-mail

javiergomezcalvo@hotmail.com

Political violence, terrorism, political persecution

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE During my PhD, I worked on the uses of political violence and intimidatory practices throughout the Spanish civil war and Franco?s dictatorship. I tried to combine the perspective of social history with approaches from other disciplines such as anthropology, political science and historical sociology. Also, I used comparative history and the history of the present in order to better understand the complicated relationship between history and memory. The research on the incidence of political violence between 1968 and 1986 inevitably leads to the analysis of the political context in which this violence is developed in Spain and Portugal. EDUCATION PhD degree

History

University

University of the Basque Country

Year

Thesis title

Country

Spain

2013

“Matar, purgar, sanar. La represión franquista en Álava (1936-1945”

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Doctoral fellowship (2009-2013)

University

University of the Basque Country

Country

Spain

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN “The use of violence in political transitions to democracy in Spain and Portugal (1968-1986): strategies and discourses impact on political processes”


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

JOANA RAMALHO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

31

Sociology of Culture

E-mail

julouramalho@gmail.com

Affiliation

CIES-IUL and CECC-UCP

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Joana Ramalho and I’m an Associate Researcher at the Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Cultura, Universidade Católica Portuguesa. I ahve a degree in Communication Sciences from Universidade Nova de Lisboa (2005) and was a graduate affiliated student at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London (2008/09). In recent years, I’ve focused my research mainly on cultural policies and institutions, having completed a PhD in Social Sciences (2012), with a thesis on the political and institutional process that led to the building of Casa da Música (supervisor José Luís Garcia, Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa). I’m currently working with Helena Santos (Faculdade de Economia and CETAC.Media, Universidade do Porto) in a project on the relations between theatre, territory and community, anchored on the case study of Comédias do Minho, an itinerant professional theatre company founded in 2004 by five municipalities in Alto Minho. At CIES-IUL, I hold a post-doctoral position in the project “Performance therapeutic consumptions among young people: trajectories and information networks”, under the supervision of Noémia Mendes Lopes. EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Sciences

University

Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa (ICS-UL)

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2012

O Papel da Cultura na Produção de Cidade: A Casa da Música no Porto

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD Student

University

ICS-UL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Performance therapeutic consumptions among young people: trajectories and information networks


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JOÃO MIGUEL DUARTE DE CARVALHO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

32

E-mail

joaomddcarvalho@gmail.com

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

Politics of international migration, comparative politics, party politics, public behaviour, comparative and qualitative research strategies, qualitative methods.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is João Carvalho and I was granted a PhD in Politics by the University of Sheffield in 2012. I’m a post-doctoral researcher with a 3-years research grant attributed by the FCT at CIES-IUL. My research interests include the politics of international migration, comparative politics, party politics, comparative and qualitative research strategies. My latest publication is a comparative article entitled: ‘British and French policies towards high-skilled immigration during the 2000s: policy outplays politics or politics trumps policy?, published on Ethnic and Racial Studies in 2013. Building upon my PhD thesis, another of my publications is a comparative monograph published by Routledge in 2013 entitled: Impact of Extreme Right Parties on Immigration Policy. Comparing Britain, France and Italy.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Politics

University

Sheffield

Year

Thesis title

Country

UK

2012

Bringing parties back in: the impact of extreme right parties on immigration policy on the UK, France and Italy during the 2000s

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Post Doctoral Researcher

University

Aveiro

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Immigration in Southern Europe in the 21st century: still an exceptional ‘Eldorado’?


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JOSÉ SOARES DA SILVA NEVES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

56

E-mail

jose_soares_neves@iscte.pt

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

Sociology of culture; reading practices; publics of culture; cultural policies. Current research projects: Book trade in Portugal at the beginning of the second decade of this century; Visitor survey of the 15 museums of the General Directorate of the Cultural Patrimony/ Portuguese Secretary of State for Culture. Current research focus: book and reading.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I obtained my PhD in Sociology of Communication, Culture and Education at ISCTE-IUL. Currently, I’m postdoctoral researcher at CIES-IUL with a project on practices and appropriations of reading in the digital age. I’m invited Assistant Professor at ISCTE-IUL. I was permanent researcher, responsible executive and coordinator of several research activities conducted at the Portuguese Cultural Activities Observatory (OAC) during its existence (1996-2013), among them “The Museum Panorama in Portugal: Museums and the Portuguese Network of Museums at the beginning of the XXI Century” (2013) and “Survey of the Book Sector” (2012). EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology of education, culture and communication

Thesis title

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Country

Portugal

2012

Reading Practices of The Portuguese Population in the Beginning of the XXI Century

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Permanent Researcher

University

Cultural Activities Observatory

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Uses and appropriations of reading in the digital age


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MARA CLEMENTE Nationality

Italian

Research interests

Age

39

E-mail

clementemara@gmail.com

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

Sociology of Prostitution. Sociology of Migrations. Sociology of Travel and Tourism. Qualitative & Quantitative Methods in Social Sciences.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE After obtaining my degree in Communication Science (Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy) with a thesis on Travel and the Web, I hold a PhD in Theory and Social Research (Sapienza, University of Rome, Italy) with field research on Child Prostitution and Sex tourism in the Dominican Republic. I have international research experience in different organizations through a quantitative & qualitative approach of social research. My main research interests are in the field of prostitution and trafficking for sexual exploitation, sex tourism, migration and refugees.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Theory and Social Research (Social Sciences)

Thesis title

University

Sapienza, University of Rome

Year

Dominican stories. A qualitative study of Child prostitution and Sex tourism

Country

Italy

2010

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Officer

University

Italia Lavoro - Agency of the Italian Ministry of Labour and Social Policy for the promotion and management of labor policies, employment and social inclusion

Country

Italy

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Trafficking of women for sexual exploitation in Portugal. A qualitative study of trafficked women, trafficking experiences and measures of assistance.


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MARIA ANTÓNIA PIRES DE ALMEIDA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

46

E-mail

mafpa@iscte.pt

Local Government; Elites; Political and Social History; Biography; History of Public Health and Medicine.

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Maria Antónia Pires de Almeida and I was born in Lisbon, Portugal. I’m Political Science researcher at CIES-IUL. I post-graduate in European Studies, with Master and PhD degrees in Modern and Contemporary History and a postdoctoral research project on Political Science, focusing on Local government. I was a researcher at CIUHCT (FCSH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa). I specialized in political transitions, local government, political and economic elites, memories and identities, rural and urban history and biographies. I am principal investigator in a research project on History of Popularization of Science and Technology, Medicine and Public Health. I am author of seven books, 17 papers in scientific journals with peer review, seven of them included in Scopus, and over a hundred articles, book chapters and dictionary entries available online. I built 4 databases and regularly present papers in conferences and seminars.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Modern and Contemporary History

Thesis title

University

ISCTE- University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Country

Portugal

2004

Agrarian Reform in Avis. Elites and Change in the Alentejo Region (1974 - 1977). https://repositorio.iscte.pt/ handle/10071/541

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Researcher at CIUHCT, Centro Interuniversitário de História das Ciências e Tecnologia, Department of Applied Social Sciences, Faculty of Science and Technology, 2008-2013

University

Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Local Government in Portugal: political representation, leadership and the new elected mayors


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NUNO MIGUEL DA SILVA MELO FERREIRA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

36

Science and Technology; Education

E-mail

nmferr@gmail.com

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I was born in Lisbon, 1977. I hold a PhD in Sociology. My research interests are in Science and Technology and Education. I have experience with statistical data research, ethnography and teaching.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

University

ISCTE- University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2013

Contingencies and dispositions in the classroom: the pedagogical relationship and the influence of the ICT

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD Student

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN As Parcerias Internacionais em Portugal: uma análise do impacto das redes científicas na sociedade do conhecimento


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

OTÁVIO RAPOSO Nationality

Brazil and Portugal

Research interests

Age

35

E-mail

raposao78@gmail.com

Urban culture; Youth; Segregation; Sociability, Lifestyles; Ethnicity; Citizenship; Immigration and Visual Anthropology

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Otávio Raposo and I hold a PhD in Anthropology from ISCTE-IUL and the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). I studied sociology at the New University of Lisbon and completed a Master in Urban Anthropology at ISCTE-IUL and the Rovira i Virgili University in Spain. I’m currently a postdoctoral researcher on segregation and citizenship at CIES-IUL. I have worked in various studies related to urban culture, youth, sociability, lifestyles, ethnicity, immigration and visual anthropology and wrote several articles on these topics. I directed the documentary Nu Bai: Lisbon’s black rap.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Anthropology

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2013

Choreographies: lifestyles and segregation among young breakdancers from Maré (Rio de Janeiro)

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Postdoctoral Researcher

University

Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL)

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Winning the Right to the City


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RUI PEDRO FONSECA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

34

E-mail

fonsecarppd@hotmail.com

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

Gender Studies [Feminisms; feminist organizations; feminist art and art on gender issues; (institutional) visibility of women in the artistic field]; Artistic studies [Art / aesthetic activism (political art, feminist art, social intervention]; Animal Rights [Cultural and social representations of nonhuman animals; “carnism”; speciesism]; International Policy [Media representations of U.S. military interventions in Latin America and the Middle East; Media representations of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict]

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I obtained my PhD in Art Sociology at Universidad del País Vasco. Currently, I’m an integrated researcher at CIES-IUL and associated member of Instituto de Sociologia, Universidade do Porto. Presently, I’m envolved in 3 different projects: “Artid -”Artistic creation and discourses on identity: the Portuguese case “(ISFLUP); “Social representations of non-human animals in the Portuguese context” (ISFLUP) and “The carnism in the Portuguese media culture” (CIES-IUL).

EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology of Art

Thesis title

University

Universidad del País Vasco

Year

Country

Spain

2013

“Conditions of Production and Practices of Reception of Feminist Art”

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD Researcher

University

Instituto de Sociologia Universidade do Porto

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN The carnism in the Portuguese media culture


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SUSANA SANTOS Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

37

E-mail

salcs@iscte.pt

Sociology of Law, Political Communication, Political Sociology, Media and Journalism Studies

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Susana Santos and I’m a postdoctoral research fellow at CIES-IUL. I teach Political Communication and Discursive Practices at the Master in Communication, Culture and Information Technology. I hold a PhD from ISCTE-IUL (2012); the main theme of the thesis was media regulation, exploring the case of Radio Renascença, the Portuguese catholic broadcaster and major player in the country. The thesis focused on the relationship between the church and state, but also with political parties, economic groups and media field. Presently I’m starting a post-doctoral project on business lawyers in national and international large law firms. The research project is focused on the phenomenon of transnationalization of labor and the formation of translocal communities and identities, in particular new transnational professions as business lawyers working in large law firms with offices in different countries around the world. EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2012

The process of liberalization of broadcasting in Portugal: between the State, Catholic Church and the Market

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Researcher at CIES-IUL

University

ISCTE-IUL Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Business lawyers in large law firms: practices, identities and cultures


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PHD STUDENTS

ALEXANDRA SOFIA PEDRO RAMOS CORTÊS Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

36

E-mail

xanaramos78@gmail.com

Health Social work; Palliative Care Social Work; Grief and Bereavement;Clinical and Health Social Work Practice

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I was born in Lisbon in 1978. I graduated in 2001 in Social Work at the Portuguese Catholic University, Faculty of Human Sciences. I obtained a Master degree in Palliative Care by the Faculty of Medicine of Lisbon in 2008, with the presentation of a thesis entitled “Expressed Motivations by terminally ill cancer patient and their Principal Caregivers – Divergences and Challenges of the Social Worker Intervention” under the supervision of Professor Luis Costa and co-supervision of Professor Paulo K. Moreira. From 2010 to 2013 I attended and completed the Postgraduate Course of Grief Improvement in Health Sciences, at the Faculty of Medicine of Lisbon. Since 2001, I work at the Social Work and Citizen Office of Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte EPE, Hospital de Santa Maria. From 2010 to 2013 I was teacher at ISCTE–IUL in the Social Work Graduation Course. I collaborate as a trainer and invited teacher in several faculties in master degrees and post-graduations in Palliative Care. Founding member in 2010 of the Portuguese Society for the Studies and Intervention in Grief (SPEIL). In 2012 I was appointed member of the Fiscal Board of the Portuguese Association of Palliative Care (APCP). Currently I hold a scholarship, to pursue a Social Work PhD degree at CIES–IUL. EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Work

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

Thesis title Social work and Palliative Care: From the professional practical evidence to the social worker competencies standardization in palliative care

ADVISOR Paulo K. Moreira, Escola Nacional da Saúde Pública - UNL


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PHD STUDENTS

BRANCO DI FÁTIMA Nationality

Brazilian

Research interests

Age

31

E-mail

gmfbranco@yahoo.com.br

Social Movements, Journalism, Internet, Social Networks, Political changes in the Middle East and Latin America

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I am Branco Di Fatima and I’m a Brazilian journalist and writer. I’m doing a PhD in Communication Sciences at ISCTE-IUL and I hold a master’s degree in Communication, Culture and Information Technology also from ISCTE-IUL. I won a dozen literary prizes, I’m author of the book ‘Ruas Vazias de Gente’ (2007) and co-organizer of many works, such as ‘Internet: Comunicação em Rede’ (2013) and ‘Outros Olhares: Debates Contemporâneos’ (2008). I did a postgraduation in Production and Cultural Criticism at the Pontifical Catholic University of Minas Gerais (PUC Minas). I work as a foreign correspondent in Europe and I’m a permanent collaborator of Brasil Post (the Brazilian version of The Huffington Post) and of news portal UAI. For some years, I worked as a communications adviser in the political arena in Brazil.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Communication Sciences

Thesis title

University

ISCTE-IUL

The long report in the Internet Age: narratives of webjournalism in Luso-Brazilian media

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Gustavo Cardoso, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

MARIA JOÃO SOARES ALMEIDA PEDROSO DE LIMA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

40

E-mail

mjsap@iscte-iul.pt

Sociology of Culture; Cultural Policies; Cultural practices; Choral Singing; Ethnomusicology

Affiliation

PhD Candidate (FCT grant - Host institution CIES-ISCTE)

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I am Maria João Lima and I’m a PhD Candidate in Sociology (FCT grant - Host institution CIES-IUL developing a thesis on choral amateur singing practices. I also integrate the research team of the project “Music in-between: the ‘orfeonismo´ movement and choral singing in Portugal (1880-2012)” (PTDC/EATMMU/117788/2010) promoted by the Universidade de Aveiro. I have a Master degree in Ethnomusicology from the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (2000) as well as a Degree in Musicology from the same faculty (1995). As a scholar at Institute for Ethnomusicology (INET-MD) I participated in several research projects between 1995 and 2001: “The Revival of traditional expressive heritage in Portugal in the 20th Century” and “Multimedia Dictionary of Expressive Culture in Portugal in the 20th Century”. Between 2001 and 2013 I integrated the research team of Observatório das Actividades Culturais developing more than 15 research projects focused on cultural audiences, cultural practices, cultural policies (national and local levels) and cultural statistics. EDUCATION PhD degree

Sociology

Thesis title Choral singing: Expression and Sociability

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Patrícia Ávila, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

NÉLSON ALVES RAMALHO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

32

E-mail

nelson_alves_ramalho@iscteiul.pt

Affiliation

CIES-IUL

Sexuality, Gender and Social Relationships, Sex Work [in special, prostitution], Contemporary Identities Construction, Minorities, discrimination, Social Inequalities, Social Movements, Human Rights, Social Intervention and Qualitative Research Methodologies

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m a researcher at CIES-IUL. I’m a PhD student in Social Work at ISCTE-IUL, and my thesis, funded by FCT, is about transvestite people in sex work context. As a social worker I developed my professional activity in many areas such as relocation and council housing, mental health and psychiatry, community intervention and sex work. I’m co-author of the book “Quem levou o meu ser: As mulheres da rua” (CMLisbon, 2006) and author of scientific articles about sex work. I’m board member of Portuguese Association of Social Workers, Family Planning Association – Lisbon, Tagus and Sado and member of the Portuguese Sex Work Net.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Work

Thesis title Becaming Travesti: Life Course, Sex Work and Social Vulnerability

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Pedro Vasconcelos, ISCTE-IUL


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WELCOME TO CIS-IUL, CENTRE FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND SOCIAL INTERVENTION Lígia Amâncio Director of Cis-IUL

Dear Researchers, Cis-IUL offers a great diversity of lines of research in Psychology and a stimulating and warm scientific environment in social sciences and humanities. A well-equipped psychology laboratory and a very active psychology department with a number of graduate and post graduate courses further contribute to offer the best conditions for training and research. The training of young researchers is of great importance to us and we offer you support to develop your own autonomous research path and career. We also count on you to contribute to the excellence of research that is done in Cis-IUL and to engage in international and interdisciplinary networks that improve the visibility of our research centre. Cis-IUL is always glad to welcome new researchers who come to share their scientific competence and drive to open new frontiers of knowledge thus helping us to fulfil our mission of developing research in psychology and contributing to find solutions for social problems. We wish all the best for your period of training at ISCTE-IUL and hope you will feel at home.


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

CARLA SOFIA DE CASTRO ESTEVES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

32

E-mail

carla.esteves@iscte.pt

Affiliation

CIS-IUL

Intergroup Relations; Social Identity; Categorisation and Supraordinated Categories; Stereotypes; Prejudice; Discrimination; Social Exclusion

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Carla and I was born in Lisbon. Growing up, I was quite intrigued by the diversity of human behaviour and such a curiosity led me to a degree in Social and Organisational Psychology and, after that, to a PhD in Social Psychology. I have worked in several research projects and I also did a traineeship at the EMCDDA, a European Agency that monitors drugs and drug addiction in Europe. I have studied why and when disadvantaged groups opt for collective actions that are considered by advantaged majority members as destructive, harmful and/ or violent. Now, as a post-doctoral researcher of the project “Nice but incompetent? The Elderly stereotype in Europe”, I am studying strategies to decrease ageism and exploring the processes related to the so-called “successful ageing”. I am interested in intergroup relations in general, namely in the factor contributing to both conflictual and harmonious intergroup relations.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Psychology, specialisation in Social Psychology

Thesis title

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Country

Portugal

2012

Being in or being out: Social exclusion and destructive collective behaviour of disadvantaged

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Research assistant

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Nice but incompetent? The elderly stereotype in Europe


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

CLÁUDIA CAMPOS ANDRADE Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

30

E-mail

claudiarcandrade@gmail.com

Healthcare Environment; Factors associated to health and quality of life as people age

Affiliation

CIS-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Cláudia Campos Andrade and I’ve a Ph.D in Psychology by ISCTE-IUL (2013) and I’m researcher at CIS-IUL. My research interests include the relationship between the physical environments and human well-being (in particular healthcare environments); the psychological preparation for surgery; and the factors associated to health and quality of life as people age. Currently, I’m a researcher in the projects “Age-related hearing loss: Genetic risk factors and social impact” (Institute of Ageing, University of Lisbon) and “Hospital Rooms and Patients’ Well-being: Exploring Modeling Variables” (CIS-IUL, funded by the Academy of Architecture for Health Foundation). In December 2014 I will start my postdoc on how psychological preparation for surgery improve the way patients deal with stress. EDUCATION PhD degree

Psychology

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2013

Where healthcare takes place: A route to patients’ well-being

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

PhD student

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Tailoring psychological preparations for surgery to dispositional coping style, and the effect of computer-based interventions


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

DINIZ LOPES Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

42

E-mail

diniz.lopes@iscte.pt

Reliability of group information; Interpersonal Relationships; Psychometrics

Affiliation

CIS-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I obtained my PhD in Social Psychology from the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology, ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon, where I’m an Assistant Professor. I was a postdoctoral fellow at Paris Ouest and Paris Descartes Universities and University of Porto between 2010-2013. My research interests cover the mechanisms used by people to attribute reliability to group information; the analysis of the role of commitment and derrogation of alternatives in romatic relationships’ stay-leave behaviors; and the application of statistical techniques to data analysis in Psychology in the specific domain of Psychometrics.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Psychology

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2007

Social validation of everyday knowledge and perceived heterogeneity: Probing for moderators and extensions of the heterogeneity rule

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Professor Auxiliar

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Heterogeneidade percebida e validação do conhecimento quotidiano: Quando os membros de um grupo avaliam a validade dos seus próprios resultados


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

JOÃO MANUEL DE OLIVEIRA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

37

E-mail

joao.oliveira@iscte.pt

Gender Studies, Critical Studies on Sexualities, Feminist and Queer Theory

Affiliation

CIS-IUL; Birkbeck Institute for Social Research, U. London

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is João Manuel de Oliveira and I’m a researcher on Gender Studies and Critical Studies of Sexualities, with an emphasis on feminist and queer theories. I’m post-doctoral fellow with funding from FCT. Currently I’m based at CIS-IUL, where I serve as the head of the Gender, Sexualities and Intersectionality research line. I’m visiting fellow at Birkeck Institute for Social Research, U. London, UK and collaborate with the Center for Interdisciplinary Gender Studies, U. Lisboa. My work have been widely published in several journals and books, nationally and internationally, with a total of 56 publications. My research is focused on the constraints imposed by gender and sexuality norms on contemporary subjectivities and on the impact of equalitiy policies and laws on their targets. I worked on the effects of heteronormativity and homonormativity, sexual citizenship, feminist and queer contemporary art, discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender identity, gender based discrimination in elite groups. I’m co-editor of the lesbian studies journal, LES-Online and member of the editorial board of Feminism & Psychology. I’ve been involved in research projects funded by FCT, Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality and European Commission. EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Psychology

University

ISCTE - University Institute of Lisbon

Year

Thesis title

Country

Portugal

2009

A choice of one’s own - a feminist approach to the Portuguese debate on the voluntary interruption of pregnancy

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Post-Doctoral Researcher

University

University of Porto

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Implications of legislation on lesbian and gay sexual citizenship: the case of same sex marriage


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

MARIA INÊS DUARTE PECEGUINA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

34

E-mail

inespeceguina@gmail.com

Relationships in education and learning; Relationships in the Preschool Context (both teacher-child and peers)

Affiliation

Cis-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I was born in a small village in Alentejo and lived there until my last college year, having then decided to become a researcher and moved to Lisbon to finish my degree. Growing up surrounded with nature and deep community relationships, I was always interested both on physical and human nature phenomena. Biology was my first career choice and it was also the first time I left the community. Partly because of that and, mostly, because of the lack of real thinking and arguing that I had fantasize college would be, I came to realize that what I was really interested in was the biology regarding human beings, the tangled wing that we call human nature. Since then I’ve been in the Psychology field, mainly working as a researcher. Community is still a very important part of my life. I have now two small children and it is true, the best way to learn about relationships, is by having them. EDUCATION PhD degree

Developmental Psychology

Thesis title

University

ISPA-IU

Year

Country

Portugal

2010

Social competence in the preschool setting: A hierarchical model in the context of peer relationships

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Assistant teacher,

University

ISPA-IU

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Qualidade e relações em contexto pré-escolar: Associações com competências de literacia e numeracia


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PHD STUDENTS

BEATRIZ LLORET ALVES DE MOURA Nationality

portuguesa

Research interests

Age

30

E-mail

blama@iscte.pt

Automaticity Research; Cognitive Mechanisms; Social Categorization; Memory

Affiliation

Centro de Investigação e Intervenção Social, CIS ISCTE-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Currently I am finishing my PhD in Psychology. In collaboration with Professor Sven Waldzus and Professor Richard Crisp I do research on cognitive processes in self social categorization, namely on the activation of two social categories. From 2008 to 2010 I worked as a research assistant in Portugal after I graduated from ISPA-Lisbon University Institute. For a year I was a visiting scholar at the University of Kent, and later I worked as an intern in the European Commission in Brussels.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Psychology

Thesis title

University

ISCTE-IUL

Dual Identification and Intergroup Relations: The role of superordinate category relevance

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Sven Waldzus, ISCTE-IUL; Richard Crisp, University of Sheffield


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PHD STUDENTS

CATARINA MESQUITA MELO E AZEVEDO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

26

E-mail

catarina.melo.azevedo@gmail. com

Social Cognition, Embodiment, Emotions, Language, Psychophysiology

Affiliation

Cis-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I am working in the field of Socially Situated Cognition and Embodiment, studying the influence of the body and the physical and social context on cognition. In my master thesis I investigated the influence of the motor system on cognition, more specifically the influence of movement direction and amplitude on memory retrieval. As research assistant I focused in the relation between valence and spatial position, the contribution of spatial content for this relation, and the possible confound between valence and spatial content. Currently, I am studying the grounding of Emotion on Language. Specifically, I am exploring the possibility that different languages are embodied in a different way and that these differences can be expressed in different somatovisceral and behavioral responses.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Social psychology

Thesis title

University

ISCTE-IUL

Social cognitive consequences of differences in the emotional grounding of concepts: The role of embodiment

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Margarida Garrido, ISCTE-IUL; G端n Semin, Utrecht University


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WELCOME TO CRIA-IUL, CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN ANTHROPOLOGY (ISCTE-IUL UNIT) Ant贸nia Lima Director of CRIA-IUL

Dear Researchers, In behalf of CRIA-IUL I would like to warmly welcome you to ISCTE-IUL, in particular to our research unit. CRIA-IUL is a branch of the national research centre CRIA, currently the main research institution in Portugal in the field of Anthropology. CRIA is an inter-institutional centre devoted to advanced training and research in Social and Cultural Anthropology. This national platform provides scientific research leadership and an organization that optimizes intellectual and material resources, while promoting new research opportunities at both national and international levels. The Research at CRIA is carried out within four main research groups: i) Circulation and Place-Making; ii) Practices and Politics of Culture; iii) Governance, Policies and Livelihoods; iv) Environment, Sustainability and Ethnography. By facilitating relations among members of the Universities to which CRIA belongs and by promoting international cooperation with similar institutions and non-governmental organizations, CRIA has enhanced its national and transnational research networks in Anthropology. This has enabled CRIA to maximize resources and capacities that were originally dispersed, resulting in more in-depth scientific work in terms of theory, methodology and how themes are addressed. We hope to fulfill your expectations and provide you with a scientific environment and organizational infrastructure to allow a successful implementation of your projects.


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

CLAUDIA WOLFF SWATOWISKI Nationality

Brazilian

Research interests

Age

34

E-mail

swatowiski@hotmail.com

Affiliation

UERJ / CRIA-IUL

Religion in Urban settings - Religion in public sphere - Anthropology of Religion and Media. Claudia is concluding two projects: “Tradition, linguistic ideology and the anthropological view: studies on the ways of preservation of the memory between pentecostals and afro-brazilians in Rio de Janeiro” (FAPERJ) and “Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, Prosperity Theology and Human Rights in Angola” (CNPQ).

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Claudia Wolff Swatowiski and I’m postdoctoral researcher in Social Sciences at the State University of Rio de Janeiro and colaborator in CRIA-IUL since 2013. Between 2007 and 2008, I conducted a study in Portugal as a visiting researcher at the Institute for Social Sciences, University of Lisbon. In the last years I collaborated in the internacional research project “Universal Church of the Kingdom of God in Angola”, founded by CNPQ (Brazil). My publications include the book “New Christians in Lisbon: recognizing stigmas, negotiating stereotypes” (2013) and chapters in “The Diaspora of Brazilian Religions” (2013), “Religiões e Cidades: Rio de Janeiro e São Paulo” (2009), “Cidade: olhares e trajetórias” (2009). EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Sciences

Thesis title

University

State University of Rio de Janeiro

Year

Country

Brazil

2010

New Christians in Lisbon: recognizing stigmas, negotiating stereotypes

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Post doctoral research felow

University

State University of Rio de Janeiro

Country

Brazil

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Tradition, linguistic ideology and the anthropological view: studies on the ways of preservation of the memory between pentecostals and afro-brazilians in Rio de Janeiro” “Universal Church of the Kingdom of God, Prosperity Theology and Human Rights in Angola.


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

EVA MARIA BLUM Nationality

German

Research interests

Age

61

E-mail

e.m.blum@t-online.de

Urban Anthropology, Planning Cultures, Cultural Diversity, Multiculturalism

Affiliation

CRIA-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Eva Maria Blum and I worked as senior executive in the Municipal Office for Multicultural Affairs of the City of Frankfurt. I teach at the Institute of Cultural Anthropology and European Ethnology of Frankfurt University. In 1991, I published a book on corporate culture and industrial restructuring of a Frankfurt neighborhood: Kultur, Konzern, Konsens. Die Hoechst AG und der Frankfurter Stadtteil Höchst. Betwenn 2004 and 2007 I conducted fieldwork as principal researcher in the research project Urbanization as Cultural Project: Urban Renewal in Greater Lisbon focusing the conversion of an industrial waterfront and the expert discussions on urbanization in Portugal. My actual research topics are: Urban renewal and economical crises: revisiting the Almada waterfront; Creative Cities: the construction of a new concept for the post-modern city; Architecture of urban renovation in Portugal: the role and the use of historical and popular architecture in new architectural projects; The Portuguese landscape architects: work theories, professional practices and works. EDUCATION PhD degree

Sozial - und Verhaltenswissenschaften

Thesis title

University

Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen

Year

Kultur, Konzern, Konsens. Die Hoechst AG und der Frankfurter Stadtteil Höchst

Country

Germany

1991

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Senior executive in the Municipal Office for Multicultural Affairs of the City of Frankfurt/ Main

University

Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main: Lecturing

Country

Germany

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Cultures of urban renewal in Portugal: concepts and practices


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

MARINA MENDES DE ALMEIDA DA CUNHA PIGNATELLI Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

45

Religion/Judaism/Ethnic Conflicts

E-mail

mpignatelli@iscsp-ulisboa.pt

Affiliation

CRIA-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE My name is Marina Pignatelli and I hold a PhD in Social Sciences/Cultural Anthropology, M.A. in Anthropology and I’m Assistant Professor at the Social and Political Sciences Institute - University of Lisbon (ISCSP-UL). Additionally, I have two post-graduations (Ethnology of Religions and Sephardic Studies), and I attended several open courses in Contemporary Religions (UCP), Parapsychology and Religion, Judaism (CNC), Symbolism (Fundação Casa Alorna), Peacekeeping and International Conflict Resolution (UNITAR), Civil Crisis Management (IDN) and Intangible Cultural Heritage (DGPC-UAb). I’ve been researching the Portuguese Jewish realm, since 1991, and more recently I’ve been developing studies also on intercultural and ethnic conflicts. Presently I’m concluding a pos-doctoral program regarding the Jews in Mozambique. I’m the coordinator head of the Studies on the Middle East post-graduation, MobCiD - Anthropology Laboratory, at ISCSP-UL, a CEAF (Centre of African Studies-ISCSP-UL) and CAPP (Administration and Political Policies Centre-ISCSP-UL) colaborator and researcher at CRIA - IUL.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Social Sciences - Anthropology

Thesis title

University

Technical University of Lisbon

Year

Internal and external affairs of the Jews in Lisbon

Country

Portugal

2006

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Assistent

University

Social and Political Sciences School - Technical University of Lisbon

Country

Portugal

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Ethnography of the Jews in Mozambique


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

SÉRGIO MIGUEL LOBO DA CONCEIÇÃO BORDALO E SÁ Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

38

E-mail

sergiomiguelsa@gmail.com

Portuguese Cinema; Cinema and Dictatorship

Affiliation

CRIA-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I obtained an undergraduate degree in Communication Studies at the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, with a major in Cinema, in 1998, and a Master of Arts in Film Studies at the University of Iowa, USA, in 2001. After returning to Portugal, I worked for five and a half years in the DVD field of a film company and after that I began my PhD which I concluded in 2013. Presently I’m working at CRIA with a scholarship in the Touristic Film field and I also teach a course at ESAD.CR - IPLeiria

EDUCATION PhD degree

Artistic Studies - Cinema and Audiovisual Studies

Thesis title

University

Faculdade de Letras - Universidade de Lisboa

Year

Country

Portugal

2013

Triumph and Contradictions of the Will - A Reading on Lopes Ribeiro and Leitão de Barros in the context of the propaganda cinema

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Master of Arts - Film Studies

University

The University of Iowa

Country

USA

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN “Atrás da câmara: práticas de visualidade e mobilidade no filme turístico português”


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PHD STUDENTS

CARLA QUEIRÓS Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

36

E-mail

carlaqueiros.doutoramento@ gmail.com

Heritage; Identities; Migrations, Politics of Culture

Affiliation

CRIA-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m an Anthropologist and I attended the Master Degree in Museology and Heritage at FCSH, Universidade Nova de Lisboa. In 2013, I started my PhD in Anthropology: Politics and Displays of Culture and Museology, at the same university. Since that year I teach at the e-learning Course “Inventory of Intangible Cultural Heritage” accomplished by Direção-Geral do Património Cultural and Universidade Aberta. Between 2012 and 2013 I collaborated with Direção-Geral do Património Cultural on the Intangible Heritage area, following a previous collaboration with Instituto dos Museus e da Conservação, on the same area since January 2010. Since 2000 I have been working on several research projects on tangible and intangible heritage.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Anthropology

Thesis title

University

ISCTE-IUL; FCSH-UNL

Intangible Cultural Heritage in organizations in Portugal: diagnosis and perspectives (2014-2017)

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Nélia Dias, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

FERNANDA MARIA RIVAS OLIVEIRA Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

45

E-mail

rivas.fernanda@gmail.com

Economic Anthropoly; Informality; Care; Solidarity

Affiliation

CRIA-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I hold a MSc in Anthropology from ISCTE-IUL, with several merit awards. I made research in Évora and Setúbal in volunteering associations and informal organisations of social aid. Currently I am a Phd candidate.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Anthropology

Thesis title

University

ISCTE-IUL

Solidarity, Gift and Private Markets in an Eborense community: Sustainability, and constitutive process of the Care Agents

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Antónia Pedroso de Lima, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

GIULIA PANFILI Nationality

Italian

Research interests

Age

26

E-mail

giupanfili@hotmail.it

Anthropology and Politics of Culture; Arts; Performance; Indonesia

Affiliation

CRIA, ISCTE-IUL, FCSH-Nova

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I graduated in Anthropology at the University of Rome with a thesis about musical performances in the metropolitan area of Surabaya in Java, Indonesia, where I lived for more than one year. I moved to Lisbon to continue anthropological studies and also develop visual and artistic studies (photograph, videomaking, drawing, comics and graphic art). After my Master Degree with “an ethnographic research waved in Abrantes Municipality” I decided to return to give my attention to the centenary wayang kulit in Java, Indonesia, with some basic knowledge of indonesian language and gamelan music.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Anthropology

Thesis title O vaivém do tear. Etnografia urdida no Concelho de Abrantes

University

ISCTE-IUL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Nélia Dias, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

INÊS MESTRE Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

31

Food; Heritage; Visual Anthropology

E-mail

mestre.ines@gmail.com

Affiliation

CRIA-IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I was born in Beja, Portugal, in 1982. I hold a degree in Social and Cultural Anthropology, a Master degree in Anthropology: Visual Cultures (Universidade Nova de Lisboa) and a Master degree in Documentary Film (Universidad Pompeu Fabra, ES). Recently I started my PhD in Anthropology: Politics and Displays of Culture and Museology (FCSH/Nova and ISCTE-IUL) with a scholarship from FCT in the frame of which I’m developing a project for a thesis about “portuguese traditional confectionery”.

EDUCATION PhD degree

Anthropology

Thesis title (in progress) Anthropology: Politics and Displays of Culture and Museology

University

ISCTE-IUL; FCSH-UNL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Paulo Raposo, ISCTE-IUL


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WELCOME TO DINÂMIA’CET-IUL, CENTRE FOR SOCIOECONOMIC AND TERRITORIAL STUDIES Mª Eduarda Gonçalves Director of Dinâmia’CET-IUL

Dear Researchers, DINÂMIA’CET-IUL, Centre for Socioeconomic and Territorial Studies, welcomes all researchers recently arrived in Lisbon and ISCTE-IUL. At DINÂMIA’CET-IUL we conduct pluridisciplinary research in Social and Human Sciences, focusing on three main domains: Innovation, Knowledge and Labour; Cities and Territories; and Governance, Economy and Society. DINÂMIA’CET-IUL is a research unit under ISCTE-IUL, also involved in 10 Master and 3 PhD Programmes in economics and public policies (monetary, territorial, innovation and human resources fields), economic and social development, urban and territorial studies, architecture and urbanism, and law. Critical research results are disseminated through a large number of papers in international journals and books. In addition, there is a peer reviewed Working Papers series, as well as an online journal in Urban Studies, “CIDADES, Comunidades e Territórios”. DINÂMIA’CET-IUL hosts over 100 researchers, including around 50 PhDs and many young research fellows. We integrate several national and international networks and observatories. Our interdisciplinary approach and consistent results have sustained an external appraisal of Excellency by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) through its international evaluation panels.


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RESEARCH FELLOWS

MARTA CRISTINA DAS FONTES ENTRADAS Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

36

E-mail

marta.entradas@iscte.pt

Affiliation

Dinâmia/CET-IUL

Communication; Public Understanding of Science (PUS); Public attitudes towards science and technology; Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods for Social Sciences.

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I am a postdoctoral researcher in science communication at ISCTE-IUL, and a visiting scholar at London School of Economics (LSE) and Cornell University (NY). I completed my PhD in science communication at University College London (UCL) in 2011, where I was teaching assistant for courses in science communication and science policy. My current research focus on science communication at institutional, scientific and political dimensions. I have published in top journals in social sciences including the Public Understanding of Science.

EDUCATION PhD degree

PhD in Science and Technology Studies (specialisation Science Communication)

Thesis title

University

University College London

Year

Country

2011

United Kingdom

Who’s for the plantes? - An analysis of ‘the public’ for space exploration and views of practitioners of science communication on their publics and public communication in the UK.

PREVIOUS POSITION Position

Bioenergy Dialogue Coordinator

University

BBSRC (Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council)

Country

UK

TITLE OF THE WORK-PLAN Science Communicatio in Portugal: Institutional, Scientific and Political dimensions


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PHD STUDENTS

ANA ISABEL DRAGO LOBATO Nationality

Portuguese

Research interests

Age

38

E-mail

drago.ana@gmail.com

Urban sociology; urban planning theory and studies; critical theory; social movements

Affiliation

DINÂMIA’CET - IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I obtained my graduation in Sociology at the University of Coimbra, more than 10 years ago, with a final dissertation on student’s protest movement in Portugal in the 90’s. After that, I was elected to the National Parliament, where I stayed for almost a decade, taking part in education, health, justice and economy committees. In September 2013, I left the Parliament to start my PhD in Urban Studies.

EDUCATION PhD degree

urban sociology

Thesis title Aconstructing the democratic city

University

ISCTE-IUL; FCSH-UNL

Country

Portugal

ADVISOR Walter Rodrigues, ISCTE-IUL


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PHD STUDENTS

STEFANIA STELLACCI Nationality

Italian

Research interests

Age

34

Cultural Heritage Conservation Science

E-mail

stestellacci@gmail.com

Affiliation

DINÂMIA’CET - IUL

BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE I’m Stefania Stellacci, graduated in Architecture at the Faculty of Ferrara, Italy (2006); I attended the Master II Level in Architectural restoration and historical center recovery at Roma3 University, Italy (2007/2008). I’ve done an internship at Regional Directorate for Cultural Heritage and Built Enviroment in Apulia, Italy (2007). I’m member of the Italian Architect Order since 2007. I’ve collaborated with several architeture studios: Ternullo/Melo architects, Lisbon (2010/2012), barbiniarquitectos, Lisbon (2013), Mangado architects, Pamplona, Spain(2013/2014). Awards: International competition for restoration and reuse of the Rocca and adjoing park, Nogarole Rocca (Vr), Italy, with Ternullo/Melo architects,1st prize; International competion of architecture service in Expo 2015, Milan, 3rd prize, with Ternullo/Melo architects; International requalification competition of Rocca of Spilamberto (Mo), Italy, 2nd prize, with barbiniarquitectos. I hold a PhD fellowship financed by FCT (2014),to pursue this degree at the Doctoral course in Architecture of contemporary metropolitan area,s Arquitecture Graduate School, ISCTE-IUL. EDUCATION PhD degree

Architecture

Thesis title The rehabilitation of Pombaline heritage cultural values ??and current requirements

University

ISCTE-IUL; Facoltà di Architettura Roma3

Country

Portugal/Italy

ADVISOR Vasco Rato, ISCTE-IUL; Michele Zampilli, Roma3


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RESEARCH AT ISCTE-IUL


2 ISCTE-IUL RESEARCH, LEARNING AND TEACHING +40 YEARS EXPLORING THE FUTURE

The Instituto UniversitĂĄrio de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL) is a highquality public university institute established in 1972 and one of the most dynamic and innovative in Portugal, mainly in the areas of Business Studies & Economics, Social Sciences & Public Policy and Technologies & Architecture. ISCTE-IUL consistently aims for higher levels of excellence, innovation, internationalization and entrepreneurship. ISCTE-IUL has established national and international cooperation with a large number of universities and research institutes as well as public, private and third sector organizations and has been participating in several international funded projects, research programs and networks of scientific cooperation.

ISCTE-IUL is a research- oriented university with a multidisciplinary and inter-disciplinary approach, including nine Research Units that integrate around 1.000 researchers who run research projects and other scientific activities on a regular basis. More than half of them are academic staff or full-time researchers with PhD, from which approximately 17% are foreigners, all of whom make significant contributions to the excellence and international recognition of the Institute’s research activity. The others are PhD students and research assistants. The researchers at ISCTE-IUL publish more than 750 international peer reviewed scientific papers peer year and continuously run more than 200 national and international scientific projects.


2 RESEARCH VISION AND STRATEGY

The mission of ISCTE-IUL is to produce, transmit and transfer scientific knowledge in accordance with international standards, providing economic, social and cultural value to society. The strategy to conduct excellent research at ISCTE-IUL passes by the establishment of objectives that are focused on increasing cutting edge research, internationalization, quality assurance in education and in creating conditions that favour the development of an organizational culture of entrepreneurship, innovation and knowledge transfer to society. Scientific research constitutes one of the strategic directions of the Institute. The research has been developed in the fundamental areas of expertise of the Institute, as well as in zones crossing interdisciplinary and emerging areas of exploration. To carry out this activity ISCTE-IUL has a set of research units whose

teams are enhancing in quality and size, and integrating the respective international scientific communities. In addition to the direct results of scientific knowledge production, research at ISCTE-IUL feeds teaching (undergraduate and postgraduate) and services (particularly in the areas of business development and public policy). ISCTE-IUL articulates education and research, especially in the second and third cycles, through the integration of departments and related research units in broader units named schools. Research activities are crucial to ISCTE-IUL. They fulfil the mission of producing scientific knowledge and participating in international agendas and networks for the advancement of knowledge in the Institute’s areas of expertise.


2 RESEARCH VISION AND STRATEGY

Research activities and results are also very important at ISCTE-IUL for designing teaching programmes and keeping them up to date, and for the students training in research, mainly at the doctoral level, but also in the master’s and undergraduate programmes.

OVERALL RESEARCH OBJECTIVES Increase the scientific output and its internationalization Strengthen the bonds between research and education Strengthen the research infrastructure


2 RESEARCH IMPACT

ISCTE-IUL has established national and international extensive cooperation with leading universities and research networks, as well as with public, private and third sector organizations. ISCTE-IUL also cooperates with local governments on social policy and promotion of an entrepreneurial culture. ISCTE-IUL alumni also work in the top management of private companies or occupy positions in local or central government and contribute to public debates in society. The ISCTE-IUL research impact is also recognized, each year, through Scientific Awards that distinguish the excellence of scientific publications in the top-notch international journals, attained by the professors and researchers of the Institute.


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

ISCTE-IUL has nine research units that develop high quality research. These research units have to periodically undergo the international external evaluation performed by the Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) and most of them have with top ratings. The autonomy of the research units allows them to develop their own strategies to foster the high quality and impact of their research. The policy of ISCTE-IUL is to create financial mechanisms that allow the research units to achieve these goals.

ADETTI-IUL, ADVANCED IS/IT RESEARCH CENTRE Adetti-IUL is a research centre, with a national and international relevant activity in research and development in Information and Communication Technologies, concerning key domains of organizations and society, contributing to the scientific, technological and economical development of the country in a pro-active way. The strategic objective of creating knowledge and contribute to the advance of the state of the art in science and technology, focuses in the following key research areas: Computer Graphics and Multimedia and Information Systems Research. MORE INFORMATION AT http://adetti-iul.adetti.pt


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

Business research unit Instituto Universitário de Lisboa

BRU-IUL, BUSINESS RESEARCH UNIT BRU-IUL is a multidisciplinary research unit that spans the fields of Accounting, Economics, Finance, Organizational Behavior and Human Resources and Management Studies. It is accredited by the FCT and has been classified as “Very Good” in the international evaluations regularly carried out on an external basis by the Foundation. The researchers of BRU-IUL are mainly, but not exclusively, faculty members of the ISCTE-IUL. Most have completed their doctoral and post-doctoral studies abroad and have diverse ethnic and geographic origins. MORE INFORMATION AT http://unide.iscte.pt


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

CEHC-IUL, CENTRE FOR STUDIES IN MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY HISTORY CEHC-IUL is a research unit dedicated to scientific research in modern and contemporary history. It is accredited by FCT and has been classified as “Good� in the international evaluations regularly carried out on an external basis by the FCT. CEHC-IUL aims the enlargement and consolidation of historical knowledge in the last 400 years. CEHC-IUL has currently five research groups: Cultural and Political History; Urban History; Colonial and Post-Colonial Studies; Society, Economic Change and Technology; Modern Times. The focuses on differences of scale and on conceptual approaches are an important characteristic of researches in this unit. Methodological innovation through new research fields, new thematic approaches as well as new methods, interdisciplinarity and internationalization are also pursued by CEHC-IUL research. MORE INFORMATION AT http://cehc.iscte-iul.pt


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

CEI-IUL, CENTRE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES CEI-IUL is a university-based multidisciplinary research center of the University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL). CEI-IUL aims at promoting interdisciplinary research in Social Sciences, International Relations and Economy, focusing in its areas of geographic specialization: Africa, Asia, Europe and Transatlantic Relations. MORE INFORMATION AT http://cei.iscte-iul.pt/en/


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

CIES-IUL, CENTRE FOR RESEARCH AND STUDIES IN SOCIOLOGY CIES-IUL is a research unit is accredited by the FCT and has been classified as “Excellent” in the international evaluations regularly carried out on an external basis by the FCT. The centre’s general aims are the knowledge and the development of society. Its strategic guiding principles are scientific quality, social relevance and internationalisation. CIES-IUL carries out basic research projects in the fields of Sociology, Political Science, Education, Communication Sciences and Urban Anthropology. MORE INFORMATION AT http://cies.iscte.pt/en


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

CIS-IUL, CENTRE FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH AND SOCIAL INTERVENTION Cis-IUL is a research unit that develops research, research-based intervention and scientific training in Psychology, focusing on Social and Organizational Psychology within the framework of the social sciences. It is closely linked to the Department of Social and Organizational Psychology of ISCTE-IUL (DEPSO), and its Laboratory of Social and Organizational Psychology (LAPSO). CIS-IUL is accredited by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) and has been classified as “Excellent” in the international evaluations regularly carried out on an external basis by the FCT. It is a center of reference in several areas at the national and international level (e.g., social cognition, social justice, community psychology, gender relations, organizational psychology, risk perception, emotions, intergroup relations). MORE INFORMATION AT http://www.cis.iscte-iul.pt


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

CRIA-IUL, CENTRE FOR RESEARCH IN ANTHROPOLOGY (ISCTE-IUL UNIT) CRIA is a leading Portuguese research unit in Anthropology regularly involved in the development of theoretical and applied research projects, publishing, the promotion of events for scientific debate and the diffusion of research results, as well as national and international networking. Formally an association, CRIA is hosted by four public university structures: FCSH-Nova, FCT-UCoimbra, ISCTE-IUL, UMinho. This reinforces CRIA as a network environment supporting the research activities of almost 80 PhD researchers, and facilitates joint efforts regarding postgraduate studies and advanced training. All activities within CRIA are organized into four main research groups that join together individual scientific interests, providing further ground for collaboration and concerted action: Circulation and Place-making; Environment, Sustainability and Ethnography; Governance, Policies and Livelihoods; Practices and Politics of Culture. CRIA also hosts several thematic lines and smaller groups devoted to particular topics: visual cultures and arts; health; Islamic contexts; informal resources, State and social capital; religion. MORE INFORMATION AT http://cria.org.pt


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

DINÂMIA’CET-IUL, CENTRE FOR SOCIOECONOMIC AND TERRITORIAL STUDIES DINÂMIA’CET–IUL conducts pluridisciplinary research in Social Sciences. It is accredited by the FCT and has been classified as “Excellent” in the international evaluations regularly carried out on an external basis by FCT. This centre has the following three main areas of research, each organized into multi-annual research programmes: Innovation, Knowledge and Labour; Cities and Territories; Governance, Economy and Society. The centre is a member of several national and international networks and observatories. MORE INFORMATION AT http://dinamiacet.iscte-iul.pt


2.1 RESEARCH UNITS

IT-IUL, INSTITUTO DE TELECOMUNICAÇÕES (ISCTE-IUL BRANCH) Instituto de Telecomunicações (IT) is a private, non-profit organization, of public interest. It is a partnership of eight institutions with research and development in the field of Telecommunications, of which ISCTE-IUL is a part. IT is actively involved in fundamental and applied research both at national and international levels. Simultaneously it is committed to foster higher education and training, by hosting and tutoring graduate and postgraduate students. It also plays its role towards public society with public awareness initiatives, knowledge transfer to industry, and by providing consulting services on a non-competing basis. MORE INFORMATION AT http://www.it.pt


2.2 RESEARCH SUPPORT

ISCTE-IUL has several services and boards that assure the quality of processes and support research activities, as is the case of the Research Support Office, the Research Units, the Library, the Evaluation, Planning and Quality Office, the Finance Department, etc. Each research unit has specialized teams, management and administrative staff, that support Investigators in their research projects, legal, ethic and intellectual property issues, grant applications, negotiating contracts, planning, costing and pricing of research, etc. Six laboratories at ISCTE-IUL support the research and teaching activities.


2.2.1 RESEARCH SUPPORT OFFICE

The Research Support Office (RSO), which is part of the Rectory Services, aims to foster quality, volume and internationalization of scientific research at ISCTE–IUL, and help placing research units at high classification levels at the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT). In pursuing its mission, the RSO provides the following support to the research units of ISCTE–IUL: Enables the research units to take informed decisions about the participation in EU programmes and maximises the opportunities to obtain funding Supports the research units participation in research programmes by providing information and interface with the appropriate bodies Provides assistance to the research units in the acquisition of news skills to support research activities Identifies funding opportunities, organises info sessions and meetings to promote the participation of research units in the calls Validates the proposals and provides University’s authorisation for submission Is responsible for negotiating contract terms with funders, consortia agreements and collaboration agreements with other institutions, with the support of the research units Monitors all running projects Works as helpdesk for the new project management information software Provides support on legal issues, conflict of interests, intellectual property, etc., with the assistance of other ISCTE-IUL offices The RSO also systematizes and prepares data for dissemination of scientific output, and supports the management of funds, projects, contracts, grants, networks, publications, meetings and other scientific activities, in support to the research units’ own structures.


2.2.1 RESEARCH SUPPORT OFFICE

CONTACTS

SÓNIA VIVEIROS

CARINA CUNHA

sonia_viveiros@iscte.pt

carina.cunha@iscte.pt

ext.732122

ext. 732121

gai@iscte.pt Tel. +35121 0464 171/2 Building I, floor 2, room: S12 Schedule: 10:00am to 12:30pm and 2:30pm to 7:00pm


2.2.1 RESEARCH UNITS SUPPORT

The research structure at ISCTE-IUL is based on decentralised research units with administrative and management autonomy.

RESEARCH UNITS AT ISCTE-IUL PRE-AWARD FINANCE

NEGOTIATIONS

POST-AWARDÂ FINANCE

Provides guidance, information, and advice on programmes, and funding opportunities;

Negotiations support.

Management of research projects;

Consortium support; Support on the submission of grant applications.

Responsibility for submitting invoices, claims and statements of expenditure.

RESEARCH SUPPORT OFFICE


2.2.1 RESEARCH UNITS SUPPORT

CONTACTS

ADETTI-IUL

CEHC-IUL

adetti@iscte.pt

cehc@iscte.pt

Tel. +351 21 0464 023 Building II, floor 0, room D10

Tel. +351 21 7903 094 Building I, floor 2, room W1

Fátima Estevens

Ricardo Cordeiro

fatima.estevens@iscte.pt ext. 292300

ext. 722031

CEI-IUL BRU-IUL bru-unide@iscte.pt Tel. +351 21 0464 019 Building I, floor 2, room W15 Pre-award financing support

Andreia Garcia andreia_garcia@iscte.pt ext. 291902

Margarida Trindade margarida.trindade@iscte.pt ext. 291902 Post-award financing support

Rui Pinto rui.pinto@iscte.pt ext. 291900 PhD Programme support

Marisa Gomes marisa.gomes@iscte.pt ext. 291903

cei@iscte.pt Tel.: +351 21 7903 067 Building I, floor 2, room W6a Pre-award financing and executive administrative support

Fernanda Alvim cei@iscte.pt ext. 292900

Maria João Seabra mjsds@iscte.pt ext. 292902

Manuel Broco manuel.broco@iscte.pt ext.722172 Technical and editorial support

Eleonora Silva Rocha eleonora.silva.rocha@iscte.pt ext. 722026

João Dias joao.carlos.dias@iscte.pt ext. 722026


2.2.1 RESEARCH UNITS SUPPORT

CONTACTS

CIES-IUL cies@iscte.pt

Technical and administrative support

Tel. +351 21 0464 018 Building I, floor 2, room W10

Marta Diogo

Pre-award financing support gcp.cies@iscte.pt ext. 291904

Neide Jorge Neide.jorge@iscte.pt

Raquel Cruz

marta.alexandra.diogo@iscte.pt ext. 291801 Editorial support

editora.cies@iscte.pt Tel. +351 217 903 238 Building I, floor 2, room N1d

Lina Cardoso Lina_Cardoso@iscte.pt

Raquel.cruz@iscte.pt Post-award financing support

Carla Salema carla.salema@iscte.pt ext. 291804

Ana Ferreira ana.ferreira@iscte.pt Ext.291803 Post-award financing support doutoramentos.cies@iscte.pt

Jos茅 Ferreira jose.carlos.ferreira@iscte.pt

Sara Silva Sara.Silva@iscte.pt

M贸nica Monteiro Monica.Monteiro@iscte.pt


2.2.1 RESEARCH UNITS SUPPORT

CONTACTS

CIS-IUL

CRIA-IUL

Cis@iscte.pt

cria@cria.org

Tel.+351 21 0464 017 Building I, floor 2, room W17

Tel. +351 21 7903 917 Building I, floor 2, room N7

Pre-award financing support

Pre-award financing and administrative support

Andreia Pรณlvora Andreia_Polvora@iscte.pt ext. 291703

Sofia Jacinto Ana.Sofia.Jacinto@iscte.pt ext. 291703 Post-award financing support

Fรกtima Costa

Mafalda Melo e Sousa mafalda.melo.sousa@cria.org.pt ext. 722052 Post-award financing support

Manuela Raminhos manuela.raminhos@cria.org.pt ext. 722071

maria.costa@iscte.pt ext. 291700

Executive Administrative and Editorial Support

Executive Administrative Support

Catarina Mira

Sara Fernandes

catarina.mira@cria.org.pt ext. 722092

smcfs@iscte.pt ext. 291702 Technical and administrative support

Hugo Marรงal Hugo.marcal@iscte.pt ext. 291704


2.2.1 RESEARCH UNITS SUPPORT

CONTACTS

DINÂMIA’CET-IUL

IT-IUL

dinamia@iscte.pt Tel. +351 21 7938 638 Building I, floor 2, room W6a

Temporarily the technical and administrative support is done by the Research Support Office team.

Pre-award financing support

gai@iscte.pt

Maria João Machado MJoao.Machado@iscte.pt ext. 293102 Post-award financing support

Fátima Santos fatima.santos@iscte.pt ext. 293103 Executive Administrative support

Maria José Rodrigues Maria_Jose_Rodrigues@iscte.pt ext. 293100 Technical support

Bruno Vasconcelos bruno.vasconcelos@iscte.pt Editorial Support

Mariana Leite Braga cidades.dinamiacet@iscte.pt ext. 293100


2.2.1 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS OFFICE

The International Relations Office (IRO) is responsible for supporting general international policy and activities, monitoring the development of all initiatives related to the internationalization of education (namely in the scope of academic cooperation and mobility) and in promoting and intensifying cooperation agreements and exchange programmes with foreign universities with the ultimate objective of raising education standards by giving students and teaching staff the opportunity to benefit from an experience abroad. The IRO gives assistance in developing European Commission funded education programmes such as Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Intensive Programmes, TEMPUS, Open and Distance Learning Actions. With the support of the Research Support Office and the Research Units, IRO provides all the necessary guidance and information before and after the researchers arrival through the various challenges and new experiences they may face, such as police registration, immigration and health service registration (e.g. visa, housing, language courses, etc.). For visiting or exchange students, the IRO can act as a link to the coordinator/advisor at the home university in any academic issues that may arise. The IRO also provides opportunities to get to know better ISCTE-IUL’s students. CONTACTS iro@iscte.pt Tel.+351 21 7903 209 Building I, floor 1, room S9 to S15 Schedule: 10:30am to 12:30pm and 2:30pm to 4:30pm


2.2.1

2.2.2

INFORMATION AND TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

RESEARCH ETHICS

The Information and Technology Services are responsible for e-learning, student attendance monitoring, exam results information, hardware and multimedia support to teaching and research.

ISCTE-IUL is committed to the highest standards of integrity in research having, since 2011, an Ethics Committee (EC).

Regarding the e-learning platform, their goal is to continuously evaluate and enrich it and provide information on its functionalities, thereby extending its use. CONTACTS

The EC is an advisory body composed by three expert independent members on ethical issues in the areas of education, scientific research, community services and operation of an institution. To obtain ethical support the researchers must request the Rector a deliberation from the EC and attach the full process.

iajuda@iscte.pt CONTACTS ana.pereira@iscte.pt


2.2.3 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

Intellectual property (IP) is constituted by industrial property, copyright and associated property intellectual rights. The intellectual property rights vary from country to country. ISCTE-IUL rules the ownership, protection and exploitation of intellectual rights emerging from research carried out both at ISCTEIUL, and in cooperation with other scientific institutions, and the results of the research materials. CONTACTS Goncalo.amorim@iscte.pt


2.2.4 LABORATORIES

Six laboratories at ISCTE-IUL support the research and teaching activities: Communication Sciences Laboratory, Image Laboratory , Informatics Laboratory, Laboratory of Social and Organizational Psychology, Telecommunications Laboratory and VITRUVIUS FabLab.

COMMUNICATION SCIENCES LABORATORY The Communication Sciences Lab (LCC-IUL) is focused on the analysis of communication practices in their different models - from digital to analogic and from text to image, passing through sound. In a context marked by educational innovation procurement and by research diversification in science communication, the LCC-IUL lab offers its users a multifunctional space where they can conduct experiments and analyses that require access to specialized resources and tools. Master students, PhD students and researchers in Communication Sciences can use the lab as well as journalists related with training initiatives of these masters and PhD students. > Building Ala Aut贸noma, floor 3, room 319


2.2.4 LABORATORIES

INFORMATICS LABORATORY

IMAGE LABORATORY

The Informatics Lab is a cluster of computers that supports teaching and research activity in Information and Communication Technologies, concerning the organizations and society domains, contributing to the scientific, technological and economic development of the country in a pro-active way. Several teams perform applied research in distinct Information Sciences and Technologies areas:

The Image Lab, which is equipped with technologies for producing and editing images and sound, offers the opportunity to explore the new paths at our disposal for communicating anthropological knowledge.

• New Virtual Media Lab: immersive virtual reality and augmented reality; • Advanced Mobile Systems Development Lab; • O2H (Open Systems and High Performance) Lab: green computing and software meta-installers; • Healthcare Information Systems Lab. > Building II, 0 floor, room E3.E4

> Building II, floor 0, room E3.E4


2.2.4 LABORATORIES

TELECOMMUNICATIONS LABORATORY The Telecommunications Labs provide support in the research and education of MSc and PhD engineer students on the broad subject area of Telecommunications. The labs have appropriate prototype and measurement equipments besides several computers. Each laboratory is associated to one specific research topic. The available laboratory topics are: • Radio Systems • Optics Communications and Photonics • Information Technology • Multimedia Signal Processing • Network Architecture and Protocols • Instrumentation and Measurements > Building II, 0 floor, room E3.E4

LABORATORY OF SOCIAL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY LAPSO is the psychology laboratory where reserachers and students carry out studies in laboratory context and in field research gaining acquaintance of the edge-cutting research paradigms and techniques. > Building II, 0 floor, room E3.E4


2.2.4 LABORATORIES

VITRUVIUS FABLAB ISCTE-IUL VitruviusFabLab-IUL is the recently established Fabrication Laboratory of ISCTE-IUL. It is composed by architects, computer scientists, designers and social scientists, following interdisciplinary dynamics in projects and teaching. It aims at developing automated architectural models, innovative materials applications, modular building systems, and product design interventions, while equally promoting public engagement platforms through partnerships with other FabLabs, universities, industry, and civil society. Contacts vitruviusfablab@iscte.pt Tel +351 210 464 026 ext 292600 > Building II, 0 floor, room D0.04


2.3 ISCTE-IUL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

The Library role is to provide access to the information resources required by members of the University for researching, learning and teaching. There is a wealth of material to support learning and research at the University; over 77,000 printed volumes and an extensive range of high quality electronic resources. It receives approximately 17.000 periodicals (digital and paper). ISCTE-IUL library specializes in Management and the Social and Technological Sciences. Students benefit from every service imaginable in a full-service bibliographic facility. In addition, PhD students have access to dedicated areas that include individual workstations and meeting rooms. There are approximately 40.000 titles and 2.200 journals in paper or in digital format. There is also the possibility of accessing the Financial Lab, with its vast array of financially-oriented databases - Bloomberg, Reuters Xtra/ Knowledge, Datastream, Worldscope, Compustat (North America), Eventus, CRSP, Thomson One Banker and WRDS. Remote access to excellent research systems such as B-On (more than 16.000 scientific magazines available), ABI/Inform Global, Proquest, Web of Knowledge and JSTOR. A database created by the Library Services can be consulted locally or online.


2.3 ISCTE-IUL UNIVERSITY LIBRARY

ISCTE-IUL REPOSITORY The ISCTE-IUL Repository (http://repositorio-iul.iscte.pt) was established with the purpose of storing, preserving, disseminating and providing access to the intellectual output of ISCTE-IUL in digital format. The repository aims to bring together in one place, all the institution’s scientific publications, and thus contribute to increasing its visibility and impact and ensuring the preservation of ISCTE-IUL’s intellectual memory. In addition to the above, for the authors (faculty and researchers), the ISCTE-IUL Repository provides a set of added-value services, such as access to statistics on the number of views and downloads, with information on their provenience, in relation to each document deposited. In the case of professors, who are required to have their curriculum vitae on the DeGóis Platform, there is already a feature that allows the interconnection of this platform and the ISCTE-IUL Repository, enabling the transfer of records in both directions. University Library opening hours & services Monday to Friday: 9.30-21.00 | Saturday: 9.30-13.30 More information at www.iscte-iul.pt/biblioteca/horario_e_localizacao.aspx Contacts FACEBOOK www.facebook.com/Biblioteca.ISCTE-IUL BLOG blog.dsbd.iscte.pt WEBSITE www.iscte-iul.pt/biblioteca.aspx E-MAIL biblioteca@iscte.pt PHONE 217903024 FAX 217903025


2.4 CIÊNCIA-IUL SCIENCE PORTAL ISCTE-IUL

The CIÊNCIA-IUL portal allows its users to manage their scientific production. Through this portal you can: Add your publications Add your talks Search ISCTE-IUL’s authors and publications Manage your public profile Browse ISCTE-IUL’s author index Import your publications from a BibTeX file, from the DeGóis system or from the ORCID system Export your publications in the BibTeX format, RIS format, APA reference format and IEEE reference format All contents are available both in Portuguese and English. You can alternate between languages by using the appropriate link at the top right section of the portal. If you need any assistance while using the portal, you can use the Frequently Asked Questions section or contact the support team directly. Sign in now


2.5 CURRICULUM DEGÓIS

The curricula management system (curriculum DeGóis) allows to the researcher the insertion of his personal data, his address, both personal and professional, his academic activities, spoken languages, prizes and awards and research fields, as well as all kinds of scientific productions and the detailed information on the research projects in which he is/was engaged. It also allows the inclusion of information related to supervisions and presence in juries, and it is interconnected with the ISCTE-IUL Repository. With the objective of identifying the scientific domains of the researchers’ works, DeGóis allows the establishment of relations between the scientific productions and the Fields of Science table from OECD. In this way, by applying to an international standard, it becomes possible to compare the Curriculum DeGóis with other models coming from other scientific communities. The DeGóis Curricula Platform is propriety of the FCT, an organism of the Ministério da Ciência, Tecnologia e Ensino Superior, that, through a protocol with the Brazilian Science and Technology Ministry, the GAVEA laboratory from the Department of Information Systems of the University of Minho and the STELA research group from the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil, provides the basic principles of the DeGóis Platform and establishes a legal-institutional format in which the project will be developed. Register now


2.6 INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION OF ISCTE窶的UL

The correct use by researchers of the ISCTE-IUL affiliation is of extreme importance, being indispensable to document the scientific production of the institution and to assure that the research units are not understated and that their prestige is being recognized. The researchers should indicate their affiliation as follows: Instituto Universitテ。rio de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Lisboa, Portugal or Instituto Universitテ。rio de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), [Research Unit name], Lisboa, Portugal If the researchers conduct their work at another institution, but have any sort of link, even if temporarily, with ISCTE-IUL they should include the two affiliations. If the researchers have no link to ISCTE-IUL, but carry out their research at ISCTE-IUL, even temporarily, they should also indicate the two affiliations. Researchers should assure that their affiliations are correct, according to the standards described above.


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

ISCTE-IUL promotes the dissemination of knowledge through the publisher Mundos Sociais and through various publications, editing 9 peer-reviewed scientific journals indexed and ranked in international databases. All journals are classified in CAPES and a significant number is already indexed to Scopus and Web of Science databases making them an interesting option for the publication and dissemination of scientific results in international context.

CADERNOS DE ESTUDOS AFRICANOS Cadernos de Estudos Africanos is a journal published by the Centre for International Studies at ISCTE-IUL focusing on an academic approach to Africa. It welcomes the collaboration of the international scientific community, who specializes in the Social Sciences branch of African Studies, and it is particularly committed to an internationalizing scope, following a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary envisioning. Publisher: Centre for International Studies, ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon Editor-in-Chief: Ana Bénard da Costa Publication: Semiannual Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: Web of Science-Thomson Reuters-SciELO Citation Index, SCiELO, Capes-WebQualis, CERES, Revues.org, ProQuest, Redalyc.org, EBSCOhost, e-revist@s, Latindex, DOAJ, Index corpenicus internacional, SHERPA/RoMEU, JournalTOCs MORE INFORMATION AT http://cea.revues.org


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

CIDADES, COMUNIDADES E TERRITÓRIOS CIDADES, Comunidades e Territórios is an academic journal in the scientific area of Urban Studies that was established in 2000 by a team of researchers from the former Centre for Territorial Studies, consolidating a heritage of scientific research and academic work at ISCTE-IUL for over twenty years and currently published semiannually by the Dinâmia/CET-IUL. CIDADES, now in e-journal format, pursues the objective of disseminating research and discussions in the scientific area of Urban Studies, seeking to consolidate itself in the academic publishing scene, nationally and internationally, as a reference publication in its field. The orientation of CIDADES is based on the plurality of theoretical perspectives and disciplinary approaches to the analysis of the city, as enshrined in the array of multidisciplinary scientific area of Urban Studies. CIDADES seeks further knowledge about urban problems and policies in order to intervene and, in general, concerning the processes of transformation of cities, communities and territories. Publisher: Dinâmia/CET-IUL, ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon Editor-in-Chief: Walter Rodrigues Publication: Semiannual Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: Capes-WebQualis, SciELO, IBSS, EBSCOhost, Latindex, RCAAP, SHERPA/RoMEU MORE INFORMATION AT http://cidades.dinamiacet.iscte-iul.pt/index.php/CCT


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

ETNOGRテ:ICA Etnogrテ。fica is the only Portuguese journal dedicated exclusively to social and cultural anthropology. It is a dynamic and consolidated project, having gained reputation as a quality scientific publication with wide international recognition. Grounded in a rigorous system of scientific referees, Etnogrテ。fica coveres a wide range of ethnographic contextes, the journal stresses high-quality empirical research, varied analytical perspectives and theorical innovation. Articles selected by the Editorial Committee are subjected to double-blind peer review by two experts in the field. Etnogrテ。fica reflects the diversity of theoretical perspectives, fields and places of production of contemporary anthropological knowledge, as well as the variety and richness of the examined social and geopolitical contexts. Publisher: Network Center for Research in Anthropology (CRIA) Editor-in-Chief: Miguel Vale de Almeida (CRIA / ISCTE-IUL) Publication: Triannual Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: Scopus, Web of ScienceThomson Reuters-SciELO Citation Index, SCiELO, Capes-WebQualis, Revues.org, Anthropological Index Online, Latindex, EBSCOhost, ERIH, Index corpenicus internacional MORE INFORMATION AT www.cria.org.pt/Ethnography


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

GLOBAL ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT REVIEW Global Economics and Management Review is a journal published by ISCTEIUL Business School. Its analysis focuses on the trends and problems of a global market economy in transition, not only in the global outlook, but also in the context of nations and greater ‘mega-regional’ areas, such as the EU, Asia-Pacific or Southern Africa. The journal also includes theoretical or applied studies in various fields of management, comprehending problems of non-profit organizations and of social economy. Publisher: INDEG, ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon Editor-in-Chief: Paulo Bento Publication: Triannual Languages of publication: English Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: Scopus, Capes-WebQualis MORE INFORMATION AT www.journals.elsevier.com/global-economics-and-management-review


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

LER HISTÓRIA Ler História is a publication focused on promoting studies in History and Social Sciences, boasting of scientific referees and of international circulation. Ler História comprises articles resulting from research in the field of History and other Social Sciences. The submitted articles are subject to rigorous evaluation, and Ler História boasts of a group of authors of national and international reference. Publisher: Ler História – Association for Scientific Activities Editor-in-Chief: Fátima Sá e Melo Ferreira Publication: Semiannual Languages of publication: Portuguese, English, French, Spanish Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: ERIH, Capes-WebQualis, EBSCOhost, Latindex MORE INFORMATION AT http://www.lerhistoria.iscte.pt/


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

PORTUGUESE JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE The Portuguese Journal of Social Science (PJSS) is a peer-reviewed cross-disciplinary journal focusing on research about Portuguese society. However, the journal takes a broad view and accepts articles that are not exclusively devoted to the Portuguese case. It particularly welcomes comparative studies. While the journal concentrates on research articles it operates a flexible policy in respect of other types of submission, including book reviews. The journal currently boasts ten years of continuous publication. Publisher: Intellect Editor-in-Chief: Luis Nuno Rodrigues Publication: Triannual Language of publication: English Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: Scopus, Capes-WebQualis, Cambridge Scientific Abstracts, ISBSS, Sociological Abstracts, Worldwide Political Science Abstracts, Latindex, EBSCOhost MORE INFORMATION AT www.pjss.iscte.pt


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

REVISTA PORTUGUESA E BRASILEIRA DE GESTÃO Revista Portuguesa e Brasileira de Gestão (RPBG), edited by INDEG/ISCTEIUL in collaboration with the Fundação Getúlio Vargas, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, is a quarterly publication that provides scientific approach and dissemination of different areas of Management, such as Strategy, Marketing, Human Resources, Tourism, Logistics, Finance, Accounting, Information Systems, among others. Boasting of contribution from renowned national and foreign authors, RPBG comprises articles and case-studies. Publisher: INDEG, ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon Editors-in-Chief: Luís Reto (Portugal) and Bianor Scelza Cavalcanti (Brazil) Publication: Quarterly Languages of publication: English, Portuguese Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: Thomson Reuters-SciELO Citation Index, Scielo, CAPES-WebQualis, DOAJ MORE INFORMATION AT http://indeg.iscte.pt/INDEG/Publicacoes-INDEG


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

SOCIOLOGIA, PROBLEMAS E PRÁTICAS Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas is a scientific journal whose main purpose is to publish sociological analysis articles resulting from original research, the development of theory, or thematic evaluation. It also boasts of interdisciplinary openness to works from other areas of social sciences. It is directed towards an international audience. The journal’s editorial stance is governed by principles of scientific quality, paradigmatic pluralism and social relevance. It aims to ensure that the articles published make a significant contribution to the advance of knowledge. Articles submitted for publication undergo a blind independent review by at least two recognised specialists drawn from a range of countries. The journal Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas was established in 1986, since when it has been published without interruption. It is indexed in various international bibliographic databases. Publisher: Editora Mundo Sociais Editor-in-Chief: Maria das Dores Guerreiro Publication: Triannual Languages of publication: English, Portuguese, Spanish, French Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: SCOPUS, Web of Science-Thomson Reuteurs SciELO Citation Index, SciELO,Capes-WebQualis, DOAJ, EBSCOhost Publishing, Latindex, Sociological Abstracts MORE INFORMATION AT http://sociologiapp.iscte.pt


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

TRAJECTOS, JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, CULTURE AND EDUCATION In compliance with the mission of ISCTE-IUL, Trajectos seeks to combine the necessary theory with the desirable practice. Hence, it insists on building paradigms from objects borrowed from everyday practice. Published every six months, each issue of Trajectos comprises a thematic dossier. Trajectos has become a platform of confrontation, an open space where experiments and projects generated in various contexts meet, so as to boost the interaction between the University and the external environment. Publisher: Fim de Século Editor-in-Chief: José Rebelo Publication: Semiannual Language of publication: Portuguese Indexing and abstracting bibliographic databases: Capes-WebQualis, Latindex, Sociological Abstract


2.7 ISCTE-IUL SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS AND PUBLISHERS

MUNDOS SOCIAIS PUBLISHER Mundos Sociais is a publisher from CIES-IUL that promotes scientific publications of high quality in the scientific areas of sociology, political science and other social sciences. Mundos Sociais also publishes the scientific journal “Sociologia, Problemas e Prática”, the collection ”Questões de Partida” and the collection “Desigualdades” which is coordinated by the Observatory of Inequalities.


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ISCTE-IUL is strategically located in the centre of Lisbon. On its doorstep lies a subway station as well as a large number of bus routes, allowing easy and fast access to any part of the city. Within a short walking distance there is a wide choice of hotels, restaurants and shops, as well as one of the largest sport and recreational centres in Lisbon. The airport is just ten minute drive away. The ISCTE-IUL campus offers a wonderful atmosphere and facilities which include four buildings (45.000 m2), one of which is Building II, that opened in 2003 and received the Valmor Prize, Portugal’s foremost award for architectural excellence.


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3.1 PORTUGUESE LANGUAGE COURSES

Portuguese language courses are offered, in both semesters, to all international exchange and visiting students that want to improve their Portuguese for academic or personal reasons and can lead to the certificate of Portuguese as a Foreign Language. The courses are organised in 4 levels: Intensive Portuguese Language Course A1 (CEFR level), Beginner Portuguese Language Course A1 (CEFR level), Elementary Portuguese Language Course A2 (CEFR level), Elementary Portuguese Language Course A2 (CEFR level) An entry test is organised at the beginning of each semester. Courses are organised by the IRO and last 90 minutes, 3 times per week. Each level earns 6 ECTS credits. For further details, please consult: http://iscte-iul.pt/en/internacional/Study_at_ISCTE-IUL/Courses_and_Programmes_in_English.aspx CONTACTS

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3.2 UNIVERSITY RESIDENCE

The ISCTE-IUL University Residence meets some of the accommodation needs of its visiting students and professors who have so far only been served by the private accommodation market all over Lisbon. Located in the 17th-century Santos-o-Novo Monastery, which is classified as a National Monument, on a small hill by the river Tagus in Lisbon’s east end, the residence has a splendid view and is a short distance from the central railway station of Santa Apolónia, the traditional neighbourhood of Alfama, downtown Lisbon, Terreiro do Paço, and the new residential, retail and service area of Parque das Nações. Since there are more applicants than vacancies, it will not be possible to provide accommodation at the hall residence for all exchange students. The criterion used is the date of arrival of the application form. MORE INFORMATION AT www.iscte-iul.pt/en/servicos/residencia/residence_iscte_iul.aspx


3.3

CAMPUS ART, CULTURE AND SPORT

ISCTE-IUL has different spaces and groups dedicated to promote culture, art and sports. From exhibitions and lectures to concerts and theatre productions, ISCTE-IUL offers a variety of events programming during the year. ISCTE-IUL University Library is a place where culture assumes several dimensions. It is an open and dynamic place where all cultural expressions are welcome (http://www.iscte-iul.pt/biblioteca/servicos/actividades_dinamizacao_cultural.aspx). • Book of the month • Thematic Bibliographic Exhibitions • Art in the Library • Library Talks Contacts biblioteca@iscte.pt


3.3 CAMPUS ART, CULTURE AND SPORT

ISCTE-IUL STUDENTS UNION (AEISCTE) The ISCTE-IUL students union (AEISCTE) is an autonomous organization held by the students of ISCTE-IUL. Its mission is to socially and culturally complement the students academic life while they are at ISCTE-IUL. You will be able to find information about events held not only in Lisbon, but also in other cities of Portugal. There, you can also find leaflets about concerts, performing arts and movie festivals that take place in Lisbon, and much more. Contacts aeiscte@iscte.pt

THEATRE “mISCuTEm” created since 2001 is the ISCTE-IUL theatre group, with the staging and actors direction by Ana Isabel Augusto. Registration for the mISCuTEm - Theatre Group ISCTE-IUL, are closed at the moment but will reopen in September. Next play will be on stage in May Contacts miscutem@gmail.com


3.3 CAMPUS ART, CULTURE AND SPORT

SPORT AT ISCTE-IUL ISCTE-IUL students and academic/research staff benefit from special conditions to access the sports facilities. Lisbon University Stadium (EUL): one of the largest sports centers in Lisbon, offers football pitches and rugby, cooper tracks, swimming pools and fitness among others. Contacts geral@eul.mctes.pt The AEISCTE also offers a wide range of sporting activities such as handball, badminton, basketball, football, swimming, rugby and volleyball. In addition, the Association promotes a series of initiatives that extend to a variety of other sports. It is also possible to rent a bike and explore the city. Contacts aeiscte@iscte.pt

EXHIBITION ROOM ISCTE-IUL has an exhibition room on campus in building II, floor 1,that receives along the year several exhibitions dedicated to different themes. All exhibition projects are welcome. Contacts eventos@iscte.pt


Research Week ISCTE-IUL MUNDI 2014  

Welcome to the newly arrived researchers at ISCTE-IUL.

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