Academic background: Phd in Human Geography (Historical geography) (University of Lisbon, 1996), Degree in History (University of Lisbon)
Research Group: TERRITUR
Research interests: Urban historical-geography, Sociability and associativism, History of Tourism, The counter revolution (end of 18th / first half of 20th century)
Assistant professor at the University of Lisbon, researcher at Center for Geographical Studies. Her research has focused on Sociability and Associations, Counter-Revolution and History of Tourism in Portugal (19th and early 20th centuries). Recently she is working on two projects: Cultural life in provincial towns: public space, sociability and representations ( Portugal, 1840-1926) and Critical and alternative social movement (Portugal, 20th century).
Nationality – Portugal
Academic degrees: PhD in Geography, University of Lisbon, 1996; Graduation in History, University of Lisbon, 1980.
Teaching: Assistant Professor /Reader (Professora auxiliar), Department of History, Univ. of Lisbon; Director of the BA European Studies, Univ. of Lisbon;
Research: Researcher Centre for Geographical Studies, IGOT, Univ.of Lisbon; Project “Vida Cultural em cidades de província. espaço público, sociabilidades e representações (1840-1926) / Cultural life in provincial towns: public space, sociability and representations (1840-1926)”, FCT / PTDC/CS-GEO/100726/2008, Coordinator; Project “Movimento social crítico e alternativo: memória e referências / Critical and alternative social mouvement: memory and referencies”, FCT/PTDC/CPJ-CPO/098500/2008, Researcher.
Main research areas: Urban historical-geography (end of 18th / first half of 20th century); Sociability and associativismo; The counter revolution in the 19th century