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Programa Seminarios 2019

Ana Catarina Garcia
PhD student in History – Archaeology, with the thesis “Port Systems of the Portuguese and British Maritime Empires in the Atlantic: A Comparative Approach (XV-XVII centuries)”. Master degree in Insular and Atlantic History and Degree in History-Archaeology. She is a Research Assistant at CHAM and Research Grant Holder of the Thematic Line Environmental History and the Sea. She is part of the UNESCO’s chair teams “Oceans’ Cultural Heritage”; she is also part of the project: CONCHA - "The construction of early modern global Cities and oceanic networks in the Atlantic: An approach via Ocean’s Cultural Heritage" and the Project COST – "Oceans Past Platform (OPP)". She has over twenty years experience within underwater archaeology and archaeological heritage management, especially in Azores, with several articles published in specialized magazines.
Ana Samira Silva
Ana Samira Silva has a degree in Heritage Management, Polytechnic of Porto and a post-graduation degree in Heritage, Tourism and Development, University of Cape Verde. Since 2009, she has been working in IIPC, Management Office for Cidade Velha, World Heritage. She was part of the team which prepared the proposals for classification of the Historical Centres as National Heritage. She was IPC’s focal point in the project Culture as element of social and economic reinsertion in the Municipality of Ribeira Grande de Santiago, financed by European Union. She was also curator from October 2016 to June 2017 and, currently, she coordinates the Management Office for World Heritage Site. She is a trainer at Escola de Hotelaria e Turismo de Cabo Verde and at the Employment and Professional Training Centre, in the courses for guide and tourism entertainment.
Artur de Jesus
With a degree in History, at University Autónoma of Lisbon, he is a senior officer at the Vila do Bispo’s Town Hall, since 2001, where he develops several research projects within local history, its promotion and advertising. He wrote several articles, reports and books, namely: “Vila do Bispo – Uma Viagem pela sua História” (2006), “Vila do Bispo – Lugar de Encontros I” (2013) and “Vila do Bispo – Lugar de Encontros II” (2017), 1st International Conference “Sanctuaries – Culture, Art, Pilgrimages, Peregrinations, Landscapes and People” (Alandroal – 2014), Nature Tourism Biennial 2014 (BTN’14) (Aljezur – 2014), 15th National Meeting of Municipalities with Historic Centres (Lagos – 2014), 59th Discoveries Meeting – “Japan and the Western World” (Lisbon, Foundation Calouste Gulbenkian – 2015), 1st Seminar “The Potential of a Municipality – Vila do Bispo in a single day…” (Vila do Bispo – 2016), 63rd Discoveries Meeting – “Japan and the Western World II” (Cultural Centre of Cascais – 2016), 3rd CPCJ Seminar of Vila do Bispo (Vila do Bispo – 2017), 5th Meeting of Algarve’s Records (Lagoa – 2017), among others.
Cláudia Henriques
Cláudia Henriques teaches “Tourism Economy”, Culture Economy”, “Tourism Planning and Management” at the School of Management, Hospitality and Tourism, University of the Algarve. She organized several International Conferences such as “T&H: Tourism & History aiming to promote the discussion about UNESCO’s classified heritage in the ibero-american area. She wrote books and 22 chapters in scientific books as well as several articles published in international magazines. She has a PhD degree (Area: Tourism Planning and Management) and her research domains of interest are ‘Cultural Tourism’, ‘Tourism Planning and Management’, ‘Scientific Tourism’, among others. She is researcher at the Research Centre for Area and Organizations (CIEO).
Danilson Pires
Darlene Barreto
Darlene Barreto, Cape Verdean, 24 years old, with a degree in Marketing Management, specialized in Digital Marketing. Only daughter of Orlando Pantera, she was six when her father died. She lived with her mother until the age of 17 and, when she finished her secondary education, she travelled to Lisbon, Portugal, where she still lives today. In recent years, she has been collecting all her father’s work in order to create a project with the purpose of promoting all his works.
Elisabete Rodrigues
Elisabete Rodrigues, 55 years old, professional journalist since 1985, with a degree in Media Studies at FCSH, University Nova of Lisbon.
She worked at «O Jornal», Portugal’s News Agency, Agency Lusa,
«Independente», «Diário de Notícias» and «Barlavento», where she was editor-in-chief (2000 a 2011).
With a group of friends, she established, in September 2011, the newspaper Sul Informação, from which she is the manager. It’s a reference regional newspaper in the Algarve and Lower Alentejo.
Winner of journalism awards individually and also in a team. The most recent are Award for Best Journalistic Work/Media, awarded by APOM Portuguese Association of Museology (2013) and the Award SAPO Media Digital Regional 2018.
She was also teacher within the course Communication Sciences, at University of the Algarve. She is a trainer of Media Literacy.
Maria Manuel Torrão
PhD in Modern History, University of Azores. Integrated Researcher in the Centre for History of the University of Lisbon, where she is part of the research team BuildingandConnecting. She was a researcher in the Institute for Tropical Scientific Research between 1987 and 2015, where she integrated a team of Portuguese and Cape Verdean researchers, which created the project General History of Cape Verde, participating, equally, in many other cooperation projects with the Republic of Cape Verde. The history of these islands is her main object of study, focusing on different aspects such as, slave trade between Santiago and the Hispanic America, the economic agents who move within these circuits, the circulation of tangible and intangible culture through this space, the historical cartography of the archipelago and more recently, topics related to scientific expeditions to the islands.
Pedro Cantinho Pereira
Associate Professor at Instituto Superior Manuel Teixeira Gomes, with a degree in History, at the University of Paris 1 (Panthéon - Sorbonne) /ISCTE - IUL (Lisbon), Diploma of Advanced Studies (DEA) by the Institute for European Studies, University of Legal, Political and Social Sciences of Strasbourg, former secondary teacher of Economic and Social Sciences. Some of his published works: Les sacrifiés de l’Histoire. Un «Malgré Nous» dans l’engrenage nazi. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2015; A Sombra da Guerra. A História de Paul Freundlich, Lisbon: Chiado Editora, 2013; Portugal e o Início da Construção Europeia 1947-1953. Lisbon:  Ministry of External Affairs – Diplomatic Institute / Collection Diplomatic Library, 2006. He lives in the Algarve since 1993.
Rui Loureiro
From Porto, he has a degree in History, at the Faculty of Letters, in the University of Lisbon (1979) and a PhD in History of the Portuguese Expansion (1995) in the same Faculty. He specialized in history of the Portuguese contacts with the Asian World in the XVI and XVII centuries and published more than a hundred research projects, among books, articles and reports. He is an integrated researcher at Centre for Humanities, in Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, from University Nova of Lisboa and member of the Naval Academy.
He is the scientific and educational manager of ISMAT - Instituto Superior Manuel Teixeira Gomes, in Portimão.

Rui Parreira
Rui Parreira (Lisbon, 1954) has a master degree in Archaeology (1996, University of Porto), postgraduate degree in Museology (1984, Museology Centre of Studies, DGPC, Lisbon) and degree in History (1977, University of Lisbon). He is a public employee since 1976. He was a curator in the National Museum of Archaeology (Lisbon), archaeologist in the Regional Department of South Archaeology (Évora) and in the Regional Departments of IPPAR from Évora and Faro. He is a senior official in the Culture Board of the Algarve (Faro), an organization where he manages the cultural goods’ services. He coordinates international investigation projects and he wrote books and articles published in collective works and national and international magazines specialized in Archaeology, Museology and Cultural Heritage.