The PhD viva of Evandro Luiz de Carvalho in Cultural Studies occurred online on March 20 at 2.30 pm.
The thesis, supervised by Miguel Bandeira, is entitled Lapa, um território nômade: um espaço privilegiado da diferença (Lapa, a nomadic territory: a privileged space of difference).
The jury, chaired by Helena Sousa, was composed by:
– Miguel Sopas de Melo Bandeira, Associate Professor with Aggregation, Department of Integrated Studies in Literacy, Didactics and Supervision, Institute of Education, University of Minho;
– Maria Helena Martins da Costa Pires, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Sciences, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Minho;
– Paulo Nuno Maia de Sousa Nossa, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Tourism, Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Coimbra;
– Mariana Cavalcanti Rocha dos Santos, Assistant Professor, Department of Social Studies, Institute of Social and Political Studies, Rio de Janeiro State University, Brazil.