More than 50 people were present on Friday, July 6, at the presentation ceremony of MILObs, Observatory on Media, Information and Literacy, from the Communication and Society Research Centre at the University of Minho in a partnership with the Informal Group of Literacy Mediática (GILM).
On the table were the coordinators of MILObs, Manuel Pinto and Sara Pereira, the director of CECS, Moisés de Lemos Martins, the Commissioner of the National Reading Plan, Teresa Calçada and the media education expert and vice-rector of the University of Valladolid (Spain), Agustín García Matilla.
CECS launches Observatory on Media, Information and Literacy (MILObs)"The Observatory is not only to observe but also to do, act, take a position". It was up to the researcher and teacher of the CECS to guide those present in a virtual visit to the Observatory's website (milobs.pt), organized in four axes: policies (national and international); practices (highlighting the intervention component and highlighting experiences and initiatives that have taken place or are ongoing); training (dissemination of the existing offer); research (past and present).
CECS in partnership with Aga Khan networkAs part of the 1st collaborative project competition between the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) and the Aga Khan Network, the CECS met on July 12 at the Ismaili Center in Lisbon with representatives of the Aga Khan Network, President of FCT, Paulo Ferrão, and with Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Manuel Heitor.
Interview with Belén Galletero
Belén Galletero, professor and researcher at the Faculty of Journalism at the Castilla-La Mancha University in Spain, will spend four weeks at CECS as part of her research into the transition from print newspapers to the digital environment.
2CN-CLab Brasil 2018Following the evaluation of the 2CN-CLab mission to Brazil, held in October 2017 in collaboration with Sesc-São Paulo, and the 2CN-CLab Talks cycle, held in December 2017 in collaboration with the OEI on the Cultural Charter Iberoamerican Conference, it was considered relevant and pertinent to carry out a new mission to Brazil in 2018 to stimulate a group of 2CN-CLab Talks “What we talk about when we talk about Cultural Networks?”, 2CN-CLab Working Day “Iberoamerican Cultural Charter” and work visits to cultural organizations from different states in Brazil.
From the transformation of educational and solidarity campaigns to creative ways of interpreting the cityThe last Permanent Seminar of Media Education of this school year turned around images. From these, the Spanish researchers Susana de Andrés del Campo and Rocío Collado Alonso presented some of their work as teachers in the "Master's Degree in Communication with Social Objectives", from the University of Valladolid (Spain).
”From ‘Portugality’ to Lusophony”. Interview with Vítor de SousaOn July 10, Vítor de Sousa officially launched his book "From 'Portugality' to Lusophony", at the Book Fair in Braga. Moisés de Lemos Martins, director of CECS and supervisor of the doctoral thesis that gave rise to the book , was chosen to comment on the work that seeks "to observe how 'portugalidade' punctuates the construction of lusophony". In an interview with CECS, Vítor de Sousa contextualized the work presented and the role that the Communication and Society Research Centre had and has in research on Lusophony.
Tatiana Fátima Rehbein Ravanello: new PhDOn July 24, at 14:30 am, at the Institute of Social Sciences, was held the Ph.D. defense of Institute of Social Sciences. The thesis, guided by Manuel Pinto, has the title “Online Market of Visual Arts: Reconfigurations in the processes of Communication and in the Dynamics of Distribution of Works of Art”.
Marta Sofia Freitas de Noronha and Sousa: new PhDOn July 24, at 10:30 am, in the auditorium B2, of the Pedagogical Complex 2 of the campus of Gualtar, was held the PhD defense of Marta Sofia Freitas de Noronha and Sousa. The thesis, guided by Moisés de Lemos Martins and Nelson Zagalo, has the title “The spread of stories through multiple means. For a conceptual model of transmediations, adaptations and other derivative exercises”.
Ana Cármen Palhares new PhD in Cultural StudiesYesterday, July 19, at 2:30 p.m., at ICS, the Ph.D. in Cultural Studies from Ana Cármen Palhares was held. The thesis, supervised by Moisés de Lemos Martins, is entitled “What Educators for the Contemporary? A case study at the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, Portugal, and Museum of Modern Art of São Paulo, Brazil”.
Ricardo Ravanello new PhD in Communication SciencesYesterday, July 17, at 2:30 p.m., at ICS, the Ph.D. in Communication Sciences from Ricardo Brisólia Ravanello was held. The thesis, led by Professor Manuel Pinto, has the title “Narrative for Cultural Property: Technologies and Applications of Expanded Digital Photography in Virtual Museums”.
Camila Craveiro new PhD in Communication SciencesYesterday, July 10, at 2:00 p.m., at ICS, the Ph.D. in Communication Sciences from Camila Craveiro da Costa Campos and Queiroz was held. The thesis, led by Professor Rosa Cabecinhas and Professor Carla Cerqueira, has the title "Stereotypes also grow old? A decolonial analysis of the intersections between racism, sexism and ageism, from the experiences of Brazilian migrants in Portugal".