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Hélder Carvalhal is a postdoctoral research associate at the Department of Economics of the University of Manchester (UK) within the project 'Measuring the Great Divergence: a study of global standards of living, 1500-1950'. He is also tutor/lecturer at the same department. He has a PhD in Early Modern History (2022) by the PIUDHist Doctoral Programme (Évora and Lisbon). His main research interests lie on the field of global economic and social history since 1500, with an emphasis on the topics of gender, labour, living standards, and military history. He has been involved in several international research projects, both as research assistant and research fellow. Among other publications, he co-edited the book 'The First World Empire. Portugal, War and Military Revolution' (Routledge, 2021), and has published in venues such as Gender & History, European Review of Economic History, Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, and the American Journal of Human Biology.
Identification

Personal identification

Full name
Hélder Filipe Machado Carvalhal

Citation names

  • Carvalhal, Hélder
  • Carvalhal, Helder

Author identifiers

Ciência ID
291C-9500-DCC1
ORCID iD
0000-0002-1223-853X
Google Scholar ID
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=icgeIocAAAAJ&hl=pt-PT

Email addresses

  • helder.carvalhal@manchester.ac.uk (Professional)

Addresses

  • Department of Economics, Arthur Lewis Building, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, M13 9PL, Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom (Professional)

Knowledge fields

  • Humanities - History and Archaeology - History

Languages

Language Speaking Reading Writing Listening Peer-review
Portuguese (Mother tongue)
English Proficiency (C2) Proficiency (C2) Proficiency (C2) Proficiency (C2) Proficiency (C2)
Galician Intermediate (B1) Proficiency (C2) Intermediate (B1) Advanced (C1) Advanced (C1)
Spanish; Castilian Intermediate (B1) Advanced (C1) Intermediate (B1) Advanced (C1) Upper intermediate (B2)
French Intermediate (B1) Intermediate (B1) Intermediate (B1) Intermediate (B1) Intermediate (B1)
Polish Beginner (A1) Beginner (A1) Beginner (A1) Beginner (A1)
Education
Degree Classification
2022/01/18
Concluded
Inter-University Doctoral Programme in History (PIUDHist): Change and Continuity in a Global World (Doutoramento)
Universidade de Évora, Portugal
""Poder, dinastia, e governo de Portugal e do império: o caso do infante D. Luís (1506-1555) [ENG: Power, dynasty, and government of Portugal and the empire: the case of Infante Luís (1506-1555)]"" (THESIS/DISSERTATION)
Approved with High Distinction [Distinção e Louvor] (20/20)
2014/03/15
Concluded
Postgraduate Seminar "Sources, Methods and New Technologies applied to History" (Postgraduate Certificate)
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Spain
"n/a" (THESIS/DISSERTATION)
9/10 (Sobresaliente)
2010/07/30
Concluded
Degree in History (Licenciatura)
Universidade do Minho Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Portugal
"N/A" (THESIS/DISSERTATION)
(17/20)
Affiliation

Positions / Appointments

Category
Host institution
Employer
2022/09/01 - 2024/08/31 Postdoctoral Research Associate: Project 'Measuring the Great Divergence. A study of global standards of living, 1500-1950' The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom
The University of Manchester, United Kingdom

Others

Category
Host institution
Employer
2019/04/01 - 2020/04/01 Research Assistant: Project "Local and European Wages in the Portuguese Indic Ocean, 1500-1650: new sources and analytical tools", funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Wageningen Universiteit en Research, Netherlands
2017/10/02 - 2018/10/28 Research Assistant: Project “Population, Labour and Wealth: a databank for the Economic and Social History of Early Modern Portugal”, funded by Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Netherlands
2017/01/15 - 2017/07/15 Research Assistant: Project "Labour Relations in Portugal, c.1800", affiliated in the Global Colaboratory for the History of Labour Relations, 1500-2000, and funded by Gerda Henkel Foundation Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Netherlands
2011/09/30 - 2015/09/30 FCT Doctoral Fellow (SFRH/BD/73173/2010), subordinated to the project: “The household and the lordship of Infante Luís (1506-1555): structure, client networks and power relations”. Universidade de Évora Centro Interdisciplinar de História Culturas e Sociedades, Portugal
2010/03/01 - 2011/02/27 Junior Research Assistant - Project Indoors: domestic life in Portugal from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century (PTDC/HAH/71309/2006) Universidade do Minho, Portugal
Projects

Grant

Designation Funders
2019/04 - 2020/04 Local and European Wages in the Portuguese Indic Ocean, 1500-1650: new sources and analytical tools
21007343 00
Researcher
Wageningen University and Research Wageningen Economic Research, Netherlands
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
2017/11/01 - 2018/10/01 Population, Labour and Wealth: a databank for the study of economical and social history of Early Modern Portugal
209107
Researcher
Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Netherlands
Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian
Concluded
2017/01/01 - 2017/07/01 Labour Relations in Portugal, c.1800
AZ 25/F/12
Researcher
Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Netherlands
Gerda Henkel Stiftung
Concluded
2010/04/01 - 2011/03/01 Portas Adentro: modos de habitar dos séculos XVI a XVIII em Portugal [eng: Indoors: everyday life and material culture in Portugal (16th-18th centuries)]
PTDC/HAH/71309/2006
Scientific Initiation Fellow
Universidade do Minho Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Portugal
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Concluded

Other

Designation Funders
2022 - 2022 RESISTANCE. Rebellion and Resistance in the Iberian Empires, 16th-19th centuries
778076-H2020-MSCA-RISE-2017
Research Fellow
Universidade de Évora Centro Interdisciplinar de História Culturas e Sociedades, Portugal
EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation Science with and for Society
Ongoing
2020/10 - 2021/03 Indigenous colonial archives: micro-histories and comparisons
PTDC/HAR- HIS/28577/2017
Research Assistant
Universidade de Lisboa Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Portugal
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Ongoing
2016/03/01 - 2016/12/01 Projecto Âncora: Mudança social no Sul, séculos I-XX [eng: Project Anchor: Social Change in South, 1st-20th centuries]
UID/HIS/00057/2013
Research Fellow
Universidade de Évora Centro Interdisciplinar de História Culturas e Sociedades, Portugal
Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia
Ongoing
Outputs

Publications

Book
  1. Hélder Carvalhal; André Murteira; Roger Lee de Jesus. The First World Empire. Portugal, War and Military Revolution. Routledge. 2021.
    Published • 10.4324/9780429346965 • Editor
Book chapter
  1. Carvalhal, Hélder. "Conflict or Cooperation between the Monarch and the Social and Political Elite? Negotiating Power and the Political Balance in Sixteenth Century Portugal". In Monarchy, the Court, and the Provincial Elite in Early Modern Europe, edited by Peter Edwards, 141-157. Leiden & Boston, Netherlands: Brill, 2024.
    In press
  2. Carvalhal, Hélder; Murteira, André; Jesus, Roger Lee de. Corresponding author: Carvalhal, Hélder. "Moving Beyond the Military Revolution: The Portuguese Case". In Global Military Transformations: Change and Continuity, 1450-1800, edited by Jeremy Black, 185-201. Rome, Italy: Società Italiana di Storia Militare, 2023.
    Published
  3. Carvalhal, Hélder; Matos, Paulo Teodoro de; Jan Lucassen. "Wages, Income and Living Standards in Western India, 1510-1570". In Wage Earners in India 1500–1900. Regional Approaches in an International Context, edited by Jan Lucassen; Radhika Seshan, 43-85. New Delhi, India: SAGE Publications India, 2022.
    Published
  4. Carvalhal, Hélder. "O que significava ser «homem» no passado? Masculinidades em perspectiva histórica [eng: What did it meant to be a "man" in the past? Masculinities in Historical Perspective]". In Atualizar a História. Uma Nova Visão Sobre o Passado de Portugal, edited by Paulo M. Dias; Roger Lee de Jesus, 175-182. Oeiras, Portugal: Edições Saída de Emergência, 2022.
    Published
  5. Hélder Carvalhal. "Army size, state expenditure, and warfare culture in sixteenth-century Portugal". In The First World Empire. Portugal, War and Military Revolution, 69-85. Routledge, 2021.
    Published • 10.4324/9780429346965-7
  6. Hélder Carvalhal; André Murteira; Roger Lee de Jesus. "Introduction". In The First World Empire. Portugal, War and Military Revolution, 1-10. Routledge, 2021.
    Published • 10.4324/9780429346965-1
  7. Carvalhal, Hélder. "Kingship and masculinity in Renaissance Portugal (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries)". In The Routledge History of Monarchy, edited by Elena Woodacre; Lucinda H. S. Dean; Chris Jones; Russell E. Martin; Zita Eva Rohr, 387-400. United Kingdom: Routledge, 2019.
    Published • 10.4324/9781315203195-18
  8. Hélder Carvalhal. "Fiscalidade, redistribuição e poder senhorial no Portugal Quinhentista: o caso dos infantes manuelinos [eng: Taxation, Redistribution and Seigniorial Power in 16th-century Portugal: the case of the Manueline infantes]". In Finanças, economias e instituições no Portugal moderno: séculos XVI-XVIII, edited by Bruno Lopes; Roger Lee de Jesus, 29-58. Coimbra, Portugal: Coimbra University Press, 2019.
    Published • https://doi.org/10.14195/978-989-26-1638-4_2
  9. Carvalhal, Hélder. "Poder, género e estatuto social. Novas interpretações em torno da corte renascentista ao tempo do Cancioneiro Geral de Garcia de Resende [eng: Power, Gender, and Social Status. New interpretations around the Renaissance court at the time of Garcia de Resende's Cancioneiro Geral]". In Arte Poética e Cortesania: o Cancioneiro Geral Revisitado, edited by Ana Maria Machado; Hélio J. S. Alves; Luís Fardilha; Maria Graciete Silva, 51-74. Lisbon, Portugal: Edições Colibri, 2019.
    Published
  10. Carvalhal, Hélder. "The Households of Portuguese infantes in the Avis Dynasty: Formation and Autonomy of Alternative Centers of Power in the Sixteenth Century". In Royal and Elite Households in Medieval and Early Modern Europe, edited by Theresa Earenfight, 378-403. BRILL, 2018.
    10.1163/9789004360761_018
  11. Hélder Carvalhal. "The Portuguese participation in the Conquest of Tunis (1535): a Social and Military Reassessment". In Estudios sobre Guerra y Sociedad en la Monarquía Hispánica. Guerra marítima, estrategia, organización y cultura militar (1500-1700), edited by Enrique García Hernán; Davide Maffi, 169-187. Valencia, Spain: Albatros Ediciones, 2017.
  12. Carvalhal, Hélder. "Casar para reinar: a política europeia quinhentista e as propostas matrimoniais do infante D. Luís". In Casamentos da Casa Real Portuguesa. Diplomacia e Cerimonial, edited by Ana Maria Rodrigues; Manuela Santos Silva; Ana Leal de Faria, 351-383. Lisbon, Portugal: Círculo de Leitores, 2017.
    Published
Book review
  1. Carvalhal, Hélder. "Recensão crítica a Francisco García González (ed.). Vivir en soledad. Viudedad, soltería y abandono en el mundo rural (España y América Latina, siglos XVI-XXI), Madrid, Ibero Americana/Vervuert, 2020, 518 páginas.". 14, 14 (2020): e041-e041. https://doi.org/10.24215/23139048e041.
    10.24215/23139048e041
  2. Nunes, António Castro; Carvalhal, Hélder. "Cargos e ofícios nas monarquias ibéricas: provimento, controlo e venalidade (séculos XVII-XVIII) [recensão]". 39, (2013): 304-307. http://revistas.ucm.es/index.php/RCHA/article/view/43846/41451.
    Published
Conference paper
  1. Carvalhal, Hélder; Filipa Ribeiro da Silva. "Ocupações, sectores económicos e relações laborais em Loulé nos meados do século XVIII: novas interpretações no âmbito da História Global do Trabalho [eng: Occupations, economic sectors and labour relations in Loulé in the mid-18th century: new interpretations within the framework of Global Labour History". Paper presented in II Encontro de História Local de Loulé, Loulé, 2019.
    Published
Journal article
  1. Carvalhal, Helder; Lucassen, Jan; De Zwart, Pim. "After da Gama: real wages in Western India, c. 1500–c. 1650". European Review of Economic History (2023): http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/ereh/head026.
    10.1093/ereh/head026
  2. Ribeiro da Silva, Filipa; Carvalhal, Hélder. "RECONSIDERING THE SOUTHERN EUROPEAN MODEL: MARITAL STATUS, WOMEN'S WORK AND LABOUR RELATIONS IN MID-EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY PORTUGAL". Revista de Historia Económica / Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History 38 1 (2020): 45-77. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/s0212610919000338.
    10.1017/s0212610919000338
  3. Gonzalo Álvarez; Román Vilas; Francisco C. Ceballos; Hélder Carvalhal; Timothy J. Peters. "Inbreeding in the last ruling dynasty of Portugal: The house of Braganza". American Journal of Human Biology (2019): e23210-e23210. https://doi.org/10.1002%2Fajhb.23210.
    Published • 10.1002/ajhb.23210
  4. Hélder Carvalhal; Isabel dos Guimarães Sá. "Knightly Masculinity, Court Games and Material Culture in Late-medieval Portugal: The Case of Constable Afonso (c.1480-1504)". Gender & History 28 2 (2016): 387-400. https://doi.org/10.1111%2F1468-0424.12214.
    10.1111/1468-0424.12214
  5. Carvalhal, H.. "Lineage, marriage, and social mobility: The Teles de Meneses family in the Iberian Courts (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries)". E-Journal of Portuguese History 14 1 (2016): 1-19. http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84971280451&partnerID=MN8TOARS.
  6. Carvalhal, Hélder. "Património, Casa e Patrocínio: uma aproximação ao senhorio do Infante D. Fernando (1530-1534)". Fragmenta Historica 2 (2014): 39-67.
    Open access • Published
  7. Carvalhal, Hélder. "A casa senhorial do infante D. Luís (1506-1555): dinâmicas de construção e consolidação de um senhorio quinhentista". 4 (2014): 33-48. http://hdl.handle.net/10174/15742.
    Published
  8. Sá, Isabel dos Guimarães; Carvalhal, Hélder. "The World of Constable D. Afonso (c.1480-1504): Glimpses of Portuguese Dynastic Politics, Noble Household and Material Culture". Portuguese Studies Review 21 1 (2013): 153-171. http://hdl.handle.net/10174/15766.
    Published
Thesis / Dissertation
  1. Carvalhal, Hélder Filipe Machado. "Poder, dinastia, e governo de Portugal e do império: o caso do infante D. Luís (1506-1555) [eng: Power, Dynasty, and Government of Portugal and Empire: the case of Infante Luís (1506-1555)]". PhD, Universidade de Évora, 2022. http://hdl.handle.net/10174/31705.
Translation
  1. Matos, Paulo Teodoro de; Jan Lucassen. Goa em trabalho por volta de 1850. Um estudo empírico sobre relações laborais no Oeste da Índia sob domínio português [orig: Goa at work around 1850. A source-based report on labour relations in Western India under the Portuguese]. Porto, Portugal: Afrontamento. 2024.
    In press
Activities

Oral presentation

Presentation title Event name
Host (Event location)
2022/09 Occupational Structure of Portugal, 1760-1911. Regional and Gender Perspectives ENCHOS IV - 4th Meeting of the European Network for the Comparative History of Population, Geography and Occupational Structure (1500-1900)
University of Barcelona (Barcelona, Spain)
2022/07 Reassessing the role of female labour in the Little Divergence Debate: the case of Portugal in comparative perspective, 1565-1760 Freedom & Work in Western Europe
University of Exeter (Exeter, United Kingdom)
2022/07 Occupational Structure of Portugal, 1760-1911. Regional and Gender Perspectives XIX World Economic History Congress
Paris School of Economics (Paris, France)
2022/07 After Da Gama: Real Wages in West India, c. 1510-1650 XIX World Economic History Congress
Paris School of Economics (Paris, France)
2022/07 Living Standards in Angola, 1760-1800 XIX World Economic History Congress
Paris School of Economics (Paris, France)
2022/06 Women's work and agency in the Portuguese Empire: evidence for a 16th-century Eurasian comparison 5th Symposium of the project Resistance - Enslaved people, natives, and peasants
Federal University of Bahia (Salvador, BA, Brazil)
2021/07 Prosperity and growth in the Indian subcontinent, 1500-1700: changes or continuities? 40º Encontro Anual da Associação Portuguesa de História Económica e Social
NOVA School of Business and Economics (Lisbon, Portugal)
2021/04 Occupational Structures of Portugal, 1760-1911: a preliminary assessment European Social Science History Congress 2021
International Institute of Social History, KNAW, NL (Leiden, Netherlands)
2020/12 Occupational Structures and Economic Development in Portugal, 1550-1700 Webinar of Quantitative History for Early Career Researchers
University of Lisbon - Institute of Social Sciences (Lisbon, Portugal)
2020/09 The cost of loyalty: the case study of princely houses of the dynasty of Avis (15th-16th centuries) E-Conference Monarchy & Money
University of Gottingen & University of Hannover (Germany)
2019/09 Preparing for ENCHOS. Portugal as a case-study ENCHOS III - Third Meeting of the European Network for the Comparative History of Population, Geography and Occupational Structure (1500-1900)
Koç University & University of Cambridge (Istanbul, Turkey)
2019/06 Gendered Dimensions of Labour Relations in Portugal, 1750-1800 Population, Labour and Wealth (PLW). Final Workshop
University of Porto & International Institute of Social History (KNAW) (Porto, Portugal)
2019/06 Occupational Structures and Labour Relations in Portugal, 1750-1800 Population, Labour and Wealth (PLW). Final Workshop
University of Porto & International Institute of Social History (KNAW)
2019/06 Economy, Monarchy and Resilience: princely household and political stability in early modern Portugal Annual K&Q Conference 'Resilio Ergo Regno'
University of Catania (It)/Royal Studies Network (Catania, Italy)
2019/06 Princely households and political stability in Early Modern Portugal (15th-18th centuries) APHES Summer School of Economic and Social History
APHES (Vila Viçosa, Portugal)
2018/11 Female and Male Labour in 18th century Portugal: a quantitative and regional reassessment XXXVIII Annual Meeting of the APHES
University of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
2018/07 Rule, Manhood, and Sexuality: profiling Portuguese viceroys/governors in 16th-century State of India Ruling Sexualities: Sexuality, Gender & the Crown
University of Winchester (UK)/Royal Studies Network (Winchester, United Kingdom)
2018/05 Military recruitment, royal redistribution, and statecraft in sixteenth-century Portugal International Congress The Military Revolution in Portugal and its Empire (15th-18th centuries)
CIDEHUS, University of Évora (Évora, Portugal)
2018/04 Shifts in Occupations and Labour Relations in Portugal, 1800 and beyond ESSHC 2018
Queen´s University (Belfast, United Kingdom)
2017/11 Trends, methods and sources for the study of Labour, Labour Relations and Occupational Structures in Early Modern Portugal XXXVII Annual Meeting of the APHES
University of Madeira (Funchal, Portugal)
2017/09 Concurrent diplomacy, agency and communication in sixteenth century Portugal: the case of king João III´s court (1521-1557) Splendid Encounters VI: Correspondence and Information. Exchange in Diplomacy
Nova University of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
2016/10 Patriarcado e masculinidade no Alentejo (séculos XV-XVIII) [eng: Patriarchy and masculinity in Alentejo (XV-XVIII centuries)] Inequalities. Social Change in the South
CIDEHUS, University of Évora (Évora, Portugal)
2016/03 Gender and Dynasticism: the case of Avis dynasty (15th-16th centuries) Dynasty and Dynasticism, 1400-1700
University of Oxford, Somerville College (Oxford, United Kingdom)
2015/06 Dynastic Changes and Legitimacy: the Role of Consanguinity in Braganza´s Dynasty (1640-1910) Kings & Queens IV: Dynastic Changes and Legitimacy
University of Lisbon/Royal Studies Network (Lisbon, Portugal)
2015/04 Anglo-Portuguese Dynastic Politics in the Sixteenth-Century: the Marriage Project between Infante Luís and Mary Tudor (1516-1558) Anglo-Iberian Relations, 1500-1800
University of Harvard/University of Kent (Mértola, Portugal)
2014/11 Globalising War in the 16th-Century: from the Italian Wars to the Portuguese Empire Moveable Types: People, Ideas, and Objects. Cultural Exchanges in Early Modern Europe
University of Kent/TEEME (Kent, United Kingdom)

Supervision

Thesis Title
Role
Degree Subject (Type)
Institution / Organization
2022 - 2023 Gender distribution in the industrial sector: the cases of Japan and Korea, 1980s-1990s
Supervisor of Hanyu Li
Msc in Economics (Master)
The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom
2022 - 2023 The role that gender took in poverty: the case of Brazil, 1950-2000.
Supervisor of Minhui Nie
Msc in Financial Economics (Master)
The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom

Event organisation

Event name
Type of event (Role)
Institution / Organization
2023/10/27 - 2023/10/28 Arthur Lewis Lab 4th Conference: Quantifying the Long the Run History of Africa (2023/10/27 - 2023/10/28)
Conference (Co-organisor)
The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom
2019/11 - 2019/11 Organisation of the panel "War Finance and Logistics in Portugal and its Empire, 16th-17th centuries". Presented at the XXXIX Annual Congress of the APHES (2019/11 - 2019/11)
Congress (Co-organisor)
Universidade do Algarve, Portugal
2019/06 - 2019/06 Co-organisation of the panel "Economics, Dynastical Houses and Resilience in Early Modern Europe". Presented at the congress Resilio ergo Regno. Resilience, Continuity and Recovery at Royal Courts (with Charlotte Backerra) (2019/06 - 2019/06)
Congress (Co-organisor)
Università degli Studi di Catania, Italy
2018/11 - 2018/11 Co-organisation of the double panel "Gender, Labour, and Wealth in Portugal and the Portuguese Empire, 1500s-1900s". Presented at XXXVIII Annual Congress of the APHES (with A. Polónia and F. R. da Silva) (2018/11 - 2018/11)
Congress (Co-organisor)
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
2018 - 2018 Organisation of the International Congress The Military Revolution in Portugal and its Empire (15th-18th Centuries) (2018 - 2018)
Congress (President of the Organising Committee)
Universidade de Évora Centro Interdisciplinar de História Culturas e Sociedades, Portugal
2017/11 - 2017/11 Co-organisation of the panel "New Methods and Sources for the Study of Labour and Occupational Structures in Early Modern Portugal, 1500-1800". Presented at the XXXVII Annual Congress of the APHES (with F. R. da Silva). (2017/11 - 2017/11)
Congress (Co-organisor)
Universidade da Madeira, Portugal
2015/11 - 2015/11 Organisation of the panel "Gender and Inequality in the Early Modern Period (15th-18th centuries)". Presented at the XXXV Annual Congress of the APHES (2015/11 - 2015/11)
Congress (Co-organisor)
Universidade de Évora Centro Interdisciplinar de História Culturas e Sociedades, Portugal

Event participation

Activity description
Type of event
Event name
Institution / Organization
2022/06 - 2022/06 Engagement session and roundtable of the Project Resistance with the students of the MA in African History of the Federal University of the Recôncavo da Bahia (Cachoeira, Brazil)
Round table
Masculinidade e poder em perspectiva histórica [eng: Masculinity and power in historical perspective]
Universidade Federal do Recôncavo da Bahia, Brazil
2016/06 - 2016/06 Keynote Lecture at the International Congress Poesia de Cancioneiro e Cultura de Corte. Nos 500 anos do Cancioneiro Geral
Congress
Género e história: novas interpretações em torno do Cancioneiro e da corte renascentista
Universidade de Évora, Portugal

Ad Hoc journal article review

Journal title (ISSN) Publisher
2023 - 2023 Obradoiro de Historia Moderna (1133-0481) University of Santiago de Compostela
2021 - 2021 Librosdelacorte.es (1989-6425) UAM Ediciones
2015 - 2017 Royal Studies Journal (2057-6730) Winchester University Press

Association member

Society Organization name Role
2023 - Current European Historical Economics Society
2015 - Current Portuguese Economic and Social History Association (APHES) Member
2012 - Current Royal Studies Network Member

Consulting

Activity description Institution / Organization
2019 - Current Consultant of the project "Sebástica manuscrita: catálogo e edições digitais de textos historiográficos portugueses dos séculos XVI e XVII" Universidade de Lisboa Centro de Linguística, Portugal

Course / Discipline taught

Academic session Degree Subject (Type) Institution / Organization
2023/11 - Current Lecture "The Rise of the Modern Economy" Topics in Economic History (Bachelor) The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom
2023/09 - 2024/01 Tutorials for the entire curricular unit Topics in Economic History (Bachelor) The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom
2022/09 - 2023/01 Tutorials for the entire curricular unit Topics in Economic History (Bachelor) The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom
2022/11 - 2022/11 Lecture "The Rise of the Modern Economy" Topics in Economic History (Bachelor) The University of Manchester Economics, United Kingdom
2022/05 - 2022/06 Short course for the graduate programme (MA and PhD students) Gender, Labour, and Living Standards (1500-1900) (Postgraduate Certificate) Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil
2022/03 - 2022/03 Lecture "The royal second sons in Eurasian monarchies, 1400-1800: regimes of succession, representation, and political uses" Early Modern History II (Licenciatura) Universidade de Évora Departamento de História, Portugal
2021/01 - 2021/01 Lecture "Gender and Labour in Early Modern Europe (1500-1800)" Themes in History I [MA in History] (Mestrado) Universidade do Minho Departamento de História, Portugal
2014/01 - 2014/01 Lecture "Noble Households in Renaissance Portugal: Questions and Methodologies of a Research Project" Early Modern Research Seminar I (Licenciatura) Universidade do Minho Departamento de História, Portugal
2013/12 - 2013/12 Lecture "Music in the European Renaissance Courts: Context, Authors and Social Dynamics" History (General) (Bachelor) Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Other jury / evaluation

Activity description Institution / Organization
2014 - 2021 Member of the editorial team (copyediting/proofreading) of the Royal Studies Journal (ISSN: 2057-6730) University of Winchester, United Kingdom
2019 - 2020 Evaluation panel expert (non-doctorate member) for the Portuguese Agency for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (A3ES)
Distinctions

Other distinction

2016 Award APHES 2016 [Best paper presented by an young/early career researcher]
Associação Portuguesa de História Económica e Social, Portugal
2010 Eng. Duarte do Amaral Award - Best Undergraduate Student - Degree in History - Curricular Year 2009-2010
Universidade do Minho, Portugal
2009 Academic Merit Award (Degree in History - Curricular Year of 2008/2009)
Universidade do Minho, Portugal
2008 Academic Merit Award - (Degree in History - Curricular Year of 2007/2008)
Universidade do Minho, Portugal