EDITORIAL TEAM

 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

  • Isabel Cruz Lousada - Assistant Researcher for the definitive appointment of NOVA FCSH. Graduate, Master and PhD from Universidade Nova de Lisboa, she has made her academic career at the intersection of the scientific fields in which the Women's Studies are embraced. Currently integrated in CICS.NOVA she is also a collaborator researcher at CLEPUL - Research Group 6 - Brazil-Portugal: Culture, Literature and Memory, in which she co-coordinates the series “Senhoras do Almanaque”, with Vania Pinheiro Chaves. Founding member of MIMA - International Women's Museum - Association, Adviser to CIG - Commission for Citizenship and Gender Equality representative of AMONET - Portuguese Association of Women Scientists – from which  was  Vice-President) .Belongs to the Board of the subgroup WWIH - Women Writers in History of the DARIAH –EU network;; Member of the SGL Medical History Section - Society of Geography of Lisbon). Member of SPESXVIII - Portuguese Society of 18th Century Studies; Member of APE - Portuguese Writers Association and P.E.N. Portuguese Club, Portugal. Honorary member of RGPL – RJ and Member of GPL Salvador- Bahia. Board Member of RNLP - Rádio Nova da Língua Portuguesa.

ASSOCIATE-EDITOR

  • Margarida Pocinho  - PhD in Education by University of Madeira. Associate Professor with Aggregation at the University of Madeira, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Department of Psychology, Portugal. Deputy Mayor of Funchal City Hall for Education, Science and Social Improvement since October 2021. Has attended international advanced courses in music therapy at Université Paris V and U.S. Culture and Society as Fulbright Fellow at New York University, USA. She is a collaborative researcher at the Institute of Cognitive Psychology at the University of Coimbra (Portugal) and an integrated researcher at CinTurs- Research Center for Tourism, Sustainability and Well-being, University of Algarve. She was also an evaluator of project fellowships - FCT and H2020 and Co-Guest Editor of indexed journals (Q1, L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature).

 

Associate Editors

  • Chih-Chieh Yang  - PhD in Law, Associate Professor at the University of Science and Technology in Southern Taiwan, China.
  • Cristiano Henrique Ribeiro dos Santos - PhD in Communication and Culture, Adjunct Professor at the School of Communication at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Chair of the course Market Research and Public Opinion Discipline; Head of the Department of Methods and Related Areas; Vice Leader of the Laboratory of Community Communication Studies (LECC CNPq / ECO UFRJ); Representative Advisor to the Adjunct Professors of the Center for Philosophy and Human Sciences (CFCH) at the University Council (CONSuni), Brazil.
  • Daniela Flor Coelho Melo - PhD in Political Science, Assistant Professor at Boston University, United States of America.
  • Fabrizio Ricciardelli - PhD in Medieval History, Director of the Florence Center at the University of Kent, he was Professor of History at Georgetown University in Villa Le Balze, Italy.
  • Francisco das Neves Alves - PhD in History, Full Professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil.
  • Gabrielė Šalčiūtė Čivilienė - PhD in Humanities, Professor at Kings's College, London.
  • Ramona Mihăilă - PhD in Literature and Gender Studies, Vice-Chancellor of International Relations at Dimitrie Cantermir University, Romania.

Scientific Council

  • Ana Maria Pires da Silva - PhD in Anthropology, he was a Senior Manager at the Ministry of Education; Taught the subject of Introduction to Contemporary Thinking at Universidade Lusófona; Vice-President of the History of Medicine Section of the Lisbon Geographical Society; Founder and President of the Fiscal Council of AC RIM - Associação do Cancro do Rim Portugal; Volunteer at the Historical Archive of the Patriarchate of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Ana Pérez-Quiroga  - PhD in Contemporary Art. Artist. Researcher at the Center for Art and Artistic Research CHAIA-EU, Portugal.
  • António Almeida  - PhD from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne. Equivalence to the doctoral degree in Economics and Business Sciences from the University of the Azores. Professor in the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Madeira, Portugal.
  • António Pires Ventura - PhD in Contemporary History from the University of Lisboa. Full Professor in the History Department of the FLUL, Portugal.
  • Antonella Cagnolati - PhD in History of European Culture (14th-17th centuries), Professor in the Department of Humanities at the University of Foggia, Italy.
  • Arlinda Manuela dos Santos Cabral - PhD in Sociology of Education, Knowledge and Culture, Assistant Professor at the Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies; Integrated Researcher at the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Education and Development (CeiED); Coordinator of ReLeCo NE-ES - African Studies Center: Education and Society (CeiED / ULHT), Portugal.
  • Ayse Nur Erek - PhD in Art history, modern and contemporary, urban history, cultural heritage, Associated Professor in University of Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Clara Moura Soares - PhD in Art History at School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon, Assistant Professor with Aggregation and researcher at ARTIS - Institute of Art History (ARTIS-IHA) School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon.
  • Chih-Chief Yang - PhD in Law, Associate Professor at the University of Science and Technology in Southern Taiwan, China.
  • Cristiano Henrique Ribeiro dos Santos - PhD in Communication and Culture, Adjunct Professor at the School of Communication at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Chair of the course Market Research and Public Opinion Discipline; Head of the Department of Methods and Related Areas; Vice Leader of the Laboratory of Community Communication Studies (LECC CNPq / ECO UFRJ); Representative Advisor to the Adjunct Professors of the Center for Philosophy and Human Sciences (CFCH) at the University Council (CONSuni), Brazil.
  • Daniela Flor Coelho Melo -  PhD in Political Science, Assistant Professor at Boston University, United States of America.
  • Dionísio Vila Maior - PhD in Portuguese Literature, Associate Professor with Aggregation at Universidade Aberta; Visiting Professor at the University of Padua (Italy) and the University of Marie Curie (Poland); Member of the Portuguese Writers Association (APE), Portugal.
  • Dora Maria Nunes Gago - PhD in Romantic Languages ​​and Literatures, Associate Professor at the University of Macau, China.
  • Eva Blay  - PhD in Sociology. Emeritus Professor at the University of São Paulo.
  • Filipe Abraão Martins Couto - PhD in Philosophy, Invited Assistant Professor at the National University Timor-Lorosae, Timor-Leste.
  • Fabrizio Ricciardelli - PhD in Medieval History, Director of the Florence Center at the University of Kent, he was Professor of History at Georgetown University in Villa Le Balze, Italy.
  • Francisco das Neves Alves - PhD in History, Full Professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande, Brazil.
  • Gabrielė Šalčiūtė Čivilienė - PhD in Humanities, Professor at Kings's College, London.
  • Inês Mendes Moreira Aroso - PhD in Communication Sciences, Assistant Professor at the University of Trás-os-Montes and Alto Douro (UTAD) and Integrated Researcher at LabCom (University of Beira Interior), Portugal.
  • Isabel Cristina Ferreira Neves Baltazar - PhD in History and Theory of Ideas, Institute of Contemporary History (IHC), Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
  • Isabel Idelzuite Lustosa da Costa - PhD in Political Science, CHAM - Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.
  • Isabel Morujão - PhD in Portuguese Literature, Faculty of Arts, University of Porto. 
  • Joana Maria Balsa Carvalho de Pinho - PhD in Art History, Artis - Art History Institute, Faculty of Arts, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • João Paulo Queiroz - PhD in Fine Arts in the specialty of Image Theory. Lecturer at the University of Lisboa, Faculty of Fine Arts, Portugal.
  • José Cristian Góes - PhD in Communication and Sociability, Federal University of Minas Gerais; Communication Advisor to the Attorney General of the Union, Brazil.
  • José Esteves Pereira - PhD in Philosophy from the University of Coimbra. Full Professor in the Department of Political Studies at the NOVAFCSH / CHC - Center for the History of Culture, Portugal.
  • Katalin Krasznahorkai  - PhD in Comparative Literature - Portuguese Literature and Brazilian Literature, Assistant Professor at the Center for Competences in Arts and Humanities at the University of Madeira, Portugal.
  • Luísa Marinho Antunes Paolinelli - PhD in Contemporary Art, Visiting Researcher at the University of Zurich.
  • Maria Alexandre Lopes Campanhã Lousada - PhD in Human Geography (Historical Geography), Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Lisbon. Researcher at the Centre for History, Faculty of Arts, University of Lisbon.
  • Maria da Conceição Albuquerque Emiliano Onofre Castel-Branco - PhD in Anglo-Portuguese Study, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.
  • Maria de Fátima Nunes - PhD in History, University of Évora - IHC - Hub of the University of Évora, Portugal.
  • Maria Helena Teixeira Maia - PhD in Architecture, Researcher at the Arnaldo Araújo Study Center, Assistant Professor at the Escola Superior Artística do Porto, Portugal.
  • Maria Idalina Ferreira Pereira Sardinha - PhD in Art Studies, Culture Council of the University of Madeira, Portugal.
  • María de la Paz Pando Ballesteros  - PhD Medieval, Modern and Contemporary History. Professor in University of Salamanca, Castilla y León, Spain.
  • Mário Vítor Bastos - PhD in English Literature, Assistant Professor at the Center for Anglistic Studies at the University of Lisbon, Portugal.
  • Nicole Shea  - PhD in Comparative Literature, Binghamton University, New York, United States of America.
  • Olga Rusinova (Roussinova)  - PhD in Art History, Associate Professor at Faculty of Humanities / School of History, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow. 
  • Patrícia Alexandra Dias Santos Pedrosa - PhD in Architectural Projects, Invited Assistant Professor at the University of Beira Interior, Portugal.
  • Paula Alexandra Ochôa de Carvalho Telo – PhD in Information Science, Professor at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, CHAM - Humanities Centre, Portugal.
  • Paulo Campos Pinto - PhD in Cultural Studies, Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Human Sciences, Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal.
  • Pedro Urbano da Gama Machuqueiro - PhD in Historical Sciences, Institute of Contemporary History - Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.
  • Pekka Johannes Tuominen - PhD in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Urban Studies, Ethnography, University of Helsinki, Finland.
  • Ramona Mihăilă - PhD in Literature and Gender Studies, Vice-Chancellor of International Relations at Dimitrie Cantermir University, Romania.
  • Ria Lemaire-Mertens – PhD in Letters, Professor Emeritus at the University of Poitiers, France.
  • Ricardo Oliveira de Freitas - Post-Doctorate in Cultural Studies and Media, Permanent Professor at the State University of Santa Cruz, Brazil.
  • Roberta Maria Bueno Bocchi - PhD in Education, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo; FINEDUCA; State Secretariat for Education of the State of São Paulo, Brazil.
  • Rossana Andreia Neves dos Santos - PhD in Tourism, University of Madeira, Portugal.
  • Sandrina Francisca Teixeira - PhD in Communication, Adjunct Professor at the Higher Institute of Accounting and Administration of Porto and Researcher at CEOS.PP and CEPESE (Center for Population, Economics and Society Studies), Portugal.
  • Sílvia Maria Cabrita Nogueira Amaral da Silva Ferreira -PhD in Art History, Researcher at the Institute of Art History, Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.
  • Susana Teles - PhD in Management from the University Lusíada. Vice-Rector and Director of the Master’s program in Hotel Management, University of Madeira, Portugal.
  • Tânia Ferreira Rezende Santos - PhD in Linguistic Studies, Associate Professor at the Federal University of Goiás, Brazil.
  • Vanda Maria Gonçalves de Sousa - PhD in Cultural Studies, Adjunct Professor at the Higher School of Social Communication, Portugal.
  • Vitor Serrão - PhD in Art History from the University of Coimbra. Full Professor in the FLUL / ARTIS-IHA Institute of Art History, Portugal.
  • Zsuzsanna Varga  - PhD in English Literature, Professor at the University of Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Editorial Council 

  • Ana Miguel Ramos Leite - PhD student in Global Studies, Universidade Aberta / L'École des hautes études em sciences sociales (EHESS), Portugal.
  • Bruno Miranda Braga - PhD student in History, Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo - PUC / SP, Brazil.
  • Luís C. F. Henriques - PhD student in Musicology, University of Évora; Collaborator of the Center for Studies in Sociology and Aesthetics of Music at the University of Évora, Portugal.
  • Manuel J. Gandra - Degree in Philosophy, Assistant Professor (Equivalent) at IADE - European University, Portugal.