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SEMINAR «LUGARES DE GLOBALIZAÇÃO»
16-03-2018 9:00 - Lagos
Seminário EN

The Cultural Week – Lugares de Globalização is the result of a partnership formed by (Algarve’s Culture Department), the Municipalities of Aljezur, Lagos, Monchique, Silves and Vila do Bispo, the Região de Turismo do Algarve (Algarve Tourism Board) and the Association LAC.
The project is inspired by the content of the application for the UNESCO National Commission, with the same name, submitted by the Região de Turismo do Algarve jointly with the Direção Regional de Cultura do Algarve and the Municipalities of the target territory, which enabled the registration of these territories in the Portugal’s World Heritage Tentative List. These sites are distributed by 5 countries: Portugal - Aljezur, Lagos, Monchique, Silves and Vila do Bispo, in the Algarve; Angra do Heroísmo and Vila do Porto, in Azores and Funchal, in Madeira; Spain – Ceuta; Cape Verde; Morocco; Mauritania. These sites are part of the universal memory related to the imaginary of important historical changes (...)”.
This seminar intends to be the Cultural Week opening moment thru the meeting of responsible people for several “sites” and activity sectors, specialists, investigators and general public.Thus, it takes place and provides the first public moment of meeting and also information and perspectives sharing, to involve and add partners and offer the necessary cooperation commitment, to the national and international affirmation of the “Globalisation Sites”.


Scientific commission
Alexandra Rodrigues Gonçalves
Rui Loureiro
João Guerreiro

Program
09h00
Reception and registration of participants

09h15
 

Opening Message

Maria Joaquina Matos
Lagos Town Council Chairwoman

09h30
Cultural Week – The context
Aura Fraga
Association Vicentina

PANNEL 1
Fundamentals and Multiculturalism

09h45 
Historical Fundamentals

These places have remote traces and registries as globalisation sites, which write up and sign in our collective memory marking our identity. Which traces and registries are those? Where can we find those traces? Where can we see those registries?

Moderator - Rui Loureiro
Director, ISMAT – Superior Institute Manuel Teixeira Gomes

The Algarve and the first World globalisation
João Paulo Oliveira e Costa
Full Professor in the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, Universidade Nova of Lisbon

The Algarve’s architecture during the Portuguese Discoveries
Manuel F. Castelo Ramos
Investigator

The shipbuilding and the forests in the Atlantic’s recognition
Miguel Martins
Investigator, Nautical and Underwater Archaeology/ Dendroarchaeology

The creation of trade places in Algarve’s urban centres, centuries XV-XVI
Daniela Pereira 
Investigator Evora University

11h20 
Debate

11h45
Break

12:00
Multiculturalism and Interculturalism – Encounter of cultures and convergence of know-how

These places have remote traces and registries as globalisation sites, which write up and sign in our collective memory, marking our identity. Centuries later, where are, in these places daily life, traces and signs which had shaped our identity and had installed and remain indifferent to time?

The slaves in Portugal, in the XV and XVI century – Economic and cultural impacts of human traffickin
Arlindo Caldeira
CHAM Investigator, Universidade Nova of Lisbon

Algarve and Morocco, a territory of historical, cultural and human continuity
José Alberto Alegria
Architect; Honorary Consul of Morocco kingdom in the Algarve

12h45 
Debate

13h00
Free lunch
PANNEL 2
Cooperation and Tourism

14h30

Cultural Heritage and Tourism – Cooperation and Networking

If there are registries and traces of common identities, how do those sites link and how do those traces affirm themselves, in a joint celebration, and also how do our taste reveal itself to the world, now marked by modern values of cultural exchange and dialogue among communities and people?

Moderator - João Guerreiro
Full Professor, Algarve’s University

Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Tourism – The Sites Management
Luís Raposo
Scientific Director of the Lisbon’s Archaeology Museum, Chairman of the ICOM – Europe’s International Council of Museums and Member of UNESCO Portuguese National Commission’s Advisory Board

Heritage and Tourism: which place for the museums, which place for communities?
José Gameiro
Scientific Director of Portimão’s Museum, Director of ICOM Portugal and EMYA- European Museum of the Year Award and Council of Europe Museum Prize’s (CoE) jury president

15h30
Debate

15h45
Break

16h15
Cultural Heritage and Tourism - Challenges

Assuming the universal interest of the historical registries and traces of these sites, of that common identity and modern values of cultural interchange and dialogue among people, how can tourism contribute to affirm these places in the world? How to structure tourism product around these places which affirm their identity and values?

Heritage tourism promotion
Carlos Martins
Founder and Executive Director of the OPIUM. He was the executive director of Guimarães 2012 European Capital of Culture, president of the Development Agency of Creative Industries in the North Region and member of the National Council of Culture.

Cooperation, Networks, Creativity and experiences promotion – The big challenge
Alexandra Rodrigues Gonçalves
Cultural Regional Director of the Algarve

17h00
Debate

17h30 
Official Opening of the Cultural Week 
SPEAKERS
Adolfo Miguel Martins
ADOLFO MIGUEL MARTINS
Miguel Martins has been working in nautical and underwater archaeology in several institutions including the Directorate-General for Cultural Heritage (DGPC) as a public servant since 2009. As a researcher in archaeology for the University Autonoma of Lisbon (UAL) and Institute of Archaeology and Paleoscience (IAP-UNL) and, more recently since 2014 as a Marie Curie fellow in the ForSEAdiscovery Project.
Within these institutions, has been linked to the development of tasks such as archaeology inventory, investigation and safeguarding of Post-Medieval surviving ship timbers, in the 3D digital recording of artefacts located in submerged or intertidal landscapes, in the production of knowledge for future projects and, in the area of dendroarchaeology.
Between 2011 and 2014 was responsible for the investigation held on the remains of a 19th-century schooner, sunk off Setúbal (Portugal). Since 2014, has been conducting an investigation focus on the reconstruction of ship timbers parent trees based on the archaeological evidence. In 2015, coordinated the three-dimensional digital recording of the surviving timbers associated to the Belinho 1 shipwreck, sunk off of Esposende (Portugal). In addition, have been contributing to several research projects focused on the production of knowledge in the field of dendroarchaeology, including the investigation of the Bremen ship (Germany), the Dutch Indiaman Batávia (Australia) and the Iberian ship sunk in Highborn Cay (Bahamas) among others.
Alexandra Rodrigues Gonçalves
ALEXANDRA RODRIGUES GONÇALVES
Alexandra Rodrigues Gonçalves is the Culture Regional Director of Algarve and assistant teacher in the University of Algarve, School of Hotel Management and Tourism, where she teaches scientific contents of Tourism, Hotel Management and Social Sciences. She was councillor of Faro’s Town Council.
She has a doctorate degree in Tourism, from the University of Évora with the thesis public defence: “the material culture, the musealization and the tourism: the appreciation of tourism experience in national museums”. Master in Cultural Management, specialized in Cultural Heritage Management and Administration, from the University of Algarve (cooperation with the University Paris-8, in Sorbonne) with the thesis public defence: “The cultural element in urban tourism as a complementary offer to the product sun and beach in the Algarve: The case of Faro and Silves”. Degree in Marketing with previous training in Tourism (Bachelor).
Arlindo Manuel Caldeira
ARLINDO MANUEL CALDEIRA
Arlindo Manuel Caldeira, has a degree in History and he is an investigator of CHAM (Humanities Centre), in the Universidade Nova of Lisbon. His main research areas are history of Africa (particularly Angola and Gulf of Guinea) and the slavery, on which he has published several books and tens of articles. In 2013, he published the book Slaves and Dealers in the Portuguese Empire – The Portuguese slave traffic in the Atlantic during the XV and XIX centuries, published by A Esfera dos Livros and, in 2017, by the same publisher the book, Slaves in Portugal - From origins to the XIX century.
Carlos Martins
CARLOS MARTINS
Carlos Martins is degree in Economics, University of Porto, postgraduate in Cultural Tourism, University of Barcelona and doctoral student in Economic Geography, University of Porto.
He was deputy Mayor in Santa Maria da Feira, responsible for Culture, Tourism and Economic Development, chairman of Feira Tourism company and chairman of the Culture and Sports public company.
He was Executive Director of Guimarães 2012 European Capital of Culture, chairman of the Agency for the Development of Creative Industries in the Northern Portugal and member of the National Council for Culture.
He is the founder and director of Opium, Lda, a private company based in Porto, focused on culture, tourism and creative industries planning and project management.
Daniela Nunes Pereira
DANIELA NUNES PEREIRA
Daniela Nunes Pereira has a degree in Cultural Heritage (2006) and a master degree in Art History (2012) from the Faculty of Human and Social Sciences, University of Algarve. Currently, she is a doctoral candidate in History, at the University of Évora, doctorate grant holder within the UNESCO Chair - Intangible Heritage and Traditional Know-how: Linking Heritage, and member of the Interdisciplinary Centre of History, Cultures and Societies (CIDEHUS – University of Évora), where she develops the thesis about “The market places in Portuguese cities between the XVI and XVIII centuries”.
João Paulo Oliveira e Costa
JOÃO PAULO OLIVEIRA E COSTA
Was born in Lisbon and he is a Full Professor in the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, in University Nova of Lisbon. He is the director of CHAM – Centre of Humanities and holder of the UNESCO Chair “Oceans’ Heritage". Apart from coordinating research projects and advising master and doctorate thesis, he is the author of several books. He started writing fiction with the novel O Império dos Pardais (2008) and followed with O Fio do Tempo (2010), O Cavaleiro de Olivença (2012) and O Samurai Negro (2016).

 

 
João Pinto Guerreiro
JOÃO PINTO GUERREIRO
Currently, João Pinto Guerreiro is a Full Professor at the University of Algarve. He has a degree in Geography, Faculty of Letters of Lisbon, University of Lisbon (1983); Master of Science in Rural Planning and Environment, from the International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (Paris) (1986); PhD in Business Sciences (Agricultural Economy) from the University of Algarve; Aggregation in Economy (Urban and Regional Economy) from the University of Algarve. From the several university management activities and others, which he developed, it stands out the ones as rector of the University of Algarve and Chairman of the Algarve’s Coordinating Committee.
José Alberto Alegria
JOSÉ ALBERTO ALEGRIA
Has a degree in Architecture from the Faculty of Architecture of Lisbon and in Economy from ISCEF, University Técnica of Lisbon. He also owns architecture studios in Albufeira and Marrakech.
In Portugal, he was a pioneer in the renewal of the geo-architecture and the modern earth architecture (rammed earth construction and cob), and has been developing a career of research and completion of construction works based on the continuity between the Mediterranean Traditional Architecture and the Contemporary Architecture and between the South Portugal Architecture and the Maghreb’s Architecture.}
He has projected multiple public and private construction works, most of them linked to our Architectural Heritage of Mediterranean Influence – Islamic Museum of Mértola, Municipal Market of Guia, Rehabilitation of the Old Slaughterhouse of Silves, Municipal Library of Castro Marim, Rehabilitation of the Revelim’s Hill of Santo António de Castro Marim, Hotel Quintablanca Palace, among others – being frequently invited to lead Seminars in Universities and other Cultural Institutions of several countries.
He is a founding member of the Organization “Geodomus Internacional”(Barcelona), “MultiCulti - Cultures of the Mediterranean”(Mértola) and “Association Al Mouatamid Ibn Abbad – For the Islamic and Mediterranean Culture”(Silves), member of the “Centre of Arabian, Islamic and Mediterranean Culture” Scientific Council, from the University of Algarve and researcher in the territory, architecture and design research centre (CITAD) from the University Lusiada of Lisbon.
In 2001 he was appointed Honorary Consul of Morocco Kingdom  in the Algarve and in 2007 he joined the reflexion group about “a new culture of water in the Mediterranean”, from the Foundation Anna Lindt of Alexandria, in the Egypt.
He has coordinated researches and investigations which led to  the creation and publication of the Heritage(s) management and appreciation plan of Castro Marim municipality, in the Algarve (Portugal) and published several articles and scientific papers about heritages of the Mediterranean Vernacular Architecture.
José Gameiro
JOSÉ GAMEIRO
Scientific director of the Museum of Portimão is, since 2015, Chair of the EMYA  Judging Panel, the European Museum of the Year Award and Council of Europe Museum Prize. Master in Cultural Heritage Management and Administration, from the University of Algarve, he is member of the Board of the Portuguese Commission of the International Council of Museums (ICOM-Portugal), 2017/2020. Counsellor of the Museum Department, the Conservation and Restoration and the Immaterial Heritage, from the National Council of Culture (since 2010), for which he was nominated in the capacity of “renowned personality”. Founding member of the Portuguese Museums Network (2000) and Algarve’s Museums Network (2007). He has been a museum professional, professor and trainer in museology and industrial heritage, being responsible for the coordination and planning of exhibitions, projects and national and international partnership activities for the Museum of Portimão.
Luís Raposo
LUÍS RAPOSO
Museum of Portimão. Master in Cultural Heritage Management and Administration, from the University of Algarve, he is part of the Portuguese Commission Board of the International Council of Museums (ICOM-PT), 2017/2020. Counsellor of the Museum Department, the Conservation and Restoration and the Immaterial Heritage, from the National Council of Culture (since 2010), for which he was nominated in the capacity of “renowned personality” and founding member of the Portuguese Museums Network (2000) and Algarve’s Museums Network (2007). He has been a museum professional, professor and trainer in museology and industrial heritage, being responsible for the coordination and planning of exhibitions, projects and national and international partnership activities for the Museum of Portimão.
Manuel Francisco Castelo Ramos
MANUEL FRANCISCO CASTELO RAMOS
Manuel Francisco Castelo Ramos is from Portimão and lives in Silves. He has a degree in History from the Faculty of Letters of Lisbon (1982) and he is Master in Art History, from University Nova, with the final dissertation about manueline art (Portuguese late gothic) in the Algarve. Since 1982, he is a History professor for the Basic Education and coordinator of the Human and Social Sciences Department, in Silves School Group. For many years associated to the defence of the cultural heritage, namely the archaeological and architectonic, he was part of the Association for the Defence of the Historical and Cultural Heritage of Silves and also a founding partner of the Centre of Portuguese and Arabian Studies in Silves. In this heritage and history field he has hold several lectures and has wrote various articles.
Rui Manuel Loureiro
RUI MANUEL LOUREIRO
Was born in Porto, has a degree in History from the Faculty of Letters, University of Lisbon (1979), and PhD in Portuguese Expansion History (1995), from the same faculty. He specialised in the history of the Portuguese contacts with the Asiatic world in the XVI and XVII centuries, he published more than a hundred research projects, among books, articles and communications. He is a researcher of the Humanities Centre, from the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, University Nova of Lisbon and member of the Naval Academy. He is the scientific and pedagogical director of ISMAT - Instituto Superior Manuel Teixeira Gomes, in Portimão.