Position: Integrated researcher without doctoral degree
BSc in Languages, Literatures and Cultures – Portuguese and Spanish studies (2010)
PgDip in Contemporary Art History (2004)
BSc in Modern Languages and Literatures – Portuguese studies (2002)
Research Group: TERRITUR
Research interests: Garden tourism, Critical Tourism Studies, Last Chance Tourism, Degrowth Theories and Environmental Humanities.
Ciência Vitae: 7A1E-A762-C179
Liliana holds a postgraduate degree in Contemporary Art History, a BSc degree in Languages, Literatures and Cultures from the NOVA-FCSH and she is a PhD candidate in Tourism at the Universidade de Lisboa’s Institute of Geography and Spatial Planning (IGOT-ULisboa). She is a member of the ATLAS’ Climate Change and Tourism Special Interest Group. Her doctoral research is about Iberian-Macaronesian botanic gardens and its feasibility to develop a tourist product based on the visitation of endangered species, committed to education and environmental sustainability.