On January 28, the Festivity project, from the Communication and Society Research Centre (CECS), received Maria Érica de Oliveira Lima. The researcher from the Federal University of Ceará, in Brazil, participated in the seminar “Communication, popular culture and party: horizons of debate”.
At InOutScience, Maria Érica Lima spoke about popular culture, thinking specifically about communication in popular manifestations. On this visit, the Brazilian researcher and the Festivity project team took the opportunity to cross ideas and methodologies.
Maria Érica de Oliveira Lima is an associate professor in the Journalism course and in the Postgraduate Program in Communication at the Federal University of Ceará. Master in Communication from Universidade Metodista de São Paulo, where she also received a Ph.D. in Communication (2005), with an internship at Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Porto (Portugal). She was a Visiting Scholar at the University of Texas at Austin, by Teresa Lozano Long Institute Latin America Studies (2012).
Develops activity as a researcher in Communication and Journalism, with emphasis on Industries and Cultural Studies; Local and regional average; Folkcommunication; Political and Economic Strategies of Media Groups; History and Practices of Journalism.