Another Seminar on Communication and Diversity will take place on January 12 at 2:30 in the Galeria do Paço of the Casa do Conhecimento. Jorge Correia Jesuíno, Ana Cristina Pereira and Álvaro Vasconcelos are the guests at this seminar dedicated to the topic “Memories of colonialism and decolonisation processes”.
Jorge Correia Jesuíno has a PhD in Sociology from the Technical University of Lisbon. He is Emeritus Professor at Instituto Superior de Ciências do Trabalho e da Empresa – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Lisbon. He has been devoted to teaching and research in the areas of Organizational Behaviour, Social Psychology, Sociology and Philosophy of Science. He is a member of the Centre for Philosophy of Science at the University of Lisbon (CFCUL) since 2015. He has extensive published work on leadership, group processes, social representations and epistemology. Among his work, we highlight the book “Processos de Liderança (Livros Horizonte, 4th edition)”.
Álvaro de Vasconcelos is the founder of the Institute for Strategic and International Studies in Lisbon (IEEI). He is a researcher of CEIS20 at the University of Coimbra. He was a visiting professor at the Institute of International Relations of the University of São Paulo and Director of the Institute for Security Studies of the European Union/EUISS. He is the founder and coordinator of Forum Demos.
A regular columnist in the press, he coordinated and edited the report that the EUISS produced for the European Union Global Trends 2030 and several reports of the Arab Reform Initiative. Among her works, we highlight the book “Memórias em Tempo de Amnésia: uma campa em África” (Edições Afrontamento, 2022).
Ana Cristina Pereira has a degree in Theatre by the Superior Schools of Theatre and Cinema of Lisbon and Music and Performing Arts of Porto. She has a Master’s degree in Education Sciences from the University of Aveiro. She has a PhD in Cultural Studies from the University of Minho. She is a researcher at CECS-University of Minho, as a member of the Migrations, media and activisms in Portuguese language: decolonizing media landscapes and imagining alternative futures” (PTDC/COM-CSS/3121/2021). She is coordinator of the SOPCOM Visual Culture Working Group, since 2019. Among her works, we highlight the book “Abrir os Gomos do Tempo: conversas sobre cinema em Moçambique” (2022, UMinho Editora).
This session is a partnership between the Virtual Museum of Lusophony, the MigraMediaActs project and Casa do Conhecimento.