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Ana Margarida Sousa Santos. Atua na(s) área(s) de Ciências Sociais com ênfase em Outras Ciências Sociais. I have been awarded a D.Phil in Social Anthropology by St Antony¿s College, Oxford, in 2011. My doctoral work developed from my interest in questions of identity and belonging that specifically focused on the peripheries (social, economic, geographical), such as borderlands, and later extended to questions of memory, mobility, and violence from the vantage point of anthropology. My first monograph investigates the construction of difference in northern Mozambique. Concentrating on political conflict that erupted after local elections, I investigate how conflicting memories of a shared past become part of local discourses of identity and difference. My analysis brings into focus the volatile political environments in the wake of democratization processes, and engages with debates exploring the links between identity, violence and memory. I have extensive experience of multisited, qualitative research in Mozambique, Tanzania and Portugal, and working in multidisciplinary environments. My work is methodologically innovative integrating data from a wide range of subjects (with attention to generational, political, and gender differences), and using mixed ethnographic and historical methods, including life histories, oral history, and archival research. I broadened my research interests and developed research initiatives that resulted in a number of articles in peer reviewed journals exploring rumour and uncertainty (Social Analysis), autochthony and ownership (JRAI), and mobility and return after conflict (submitted to Anthropological Quarterly). This research focuses specifically on memory and colonial legacies, mobility and belonging. It is timely, and has a strong potential for impact, given the current political instability and intermittent violence in northern Mozambique. More recently, I developed new research exploring maritime cultural heritage in East Africa, and its potential for local development. This research included multisited fieldwork in Mozambique and Tanzania, and an expansion of research interests into areas that connect memory, heritage, and politics. I secured funding from the Global Challenges Research Fund in the UK to investigate maritime cultural heritage in northern Mozambique, and for a map of heritage sites in East Africa. Inspired by my work with veterans in Mozambique, my current project investigates veterans¿ war experience and reintegration in Portugal. Combining insights from anthropology and history, it questions how representation of war and memory, health and reintegration of military veterans mutually affect each other, and will contribute to a wider discussion of the 'silencing experience' of war as well as the medical responses to the consequences of war and the legacies of colonialism. I have an excellent, and extensive, teaching record in various institutions in the UK (University of Durham, SOAS, University of Roehampton, University of East London, University of Oxford, and University of Birmingham). I designed, convened, and delivered research informed modules that covered classical anthropological themes, ethnographic theory and practice, regional ethnography, thematic ethnography, to undergraduate and post-graduate students. My teaching received excellent evaluations from students, and peers on teaching methods, content, and clarity of discussion. At Durham, I ran the final year PhD Work in Progress seminar, provided feedback on PhD student presentations and writing, and a transfer viva. I supervised Master¿s and undergraduate dissertations on topics related to the regional (East and Southern Africa, and Europe) and thematic (violence, performance, memory, history and anthropology, state and politics) areas of my research. At SOAS she co-supervised a PhD Student, and at Durham examined a PhD progression viva.
Identificação

Identificação pessoal

Nome completo
Ana Margarida Sousa Santos

Nomes de citação

  • Santos, Ana
  • Ana Margarida Santos
  • Ana Margarida Sousa Santos

Identificadores de autor

Ciência ID
231D-382A-985A

Endereços de correio eletrónico

  • margarida.sousasantos@gmail.com (Pessoal)

Telefones

Telemóvel
  • 967839829 (Pessoal)

Moradas

  • Rua Anjos 8 R/C, 1495-007, Algés, Oeiras, Portugal (Pessoal)

Domínios de atuação

  • Ciências Sociais - Outras Ciências Sociais

Idiomas

Idioma Conversação Leitura Escrita Compreensão Peer-review
Português (Idioma materno)
Inglês Utilizador proficiente (C2) Utilizador proficiente (C2) Utilizador proficiente (C2) Utilizador proficiente (C2) Utilizador proficiente (C2)
Francês Utilizador independente (B2) Utilizador independente (B2) Utilizador independente (B2) Utilizador independente (B2) Utilizador independente (B2)
Formação
Grau Classificação
2011
Concluído
DPhil (Doutoramento)
University of Oxford, Reino Unido
"History, memory and violence: changing patterns of group relationship in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique" (TESE/DISSERTAÇÃO)
Pass with minor corrections
2005
Concluído
MPhil (Mestrado)
University of Oxford, Reino Unido
"Shaping identity: the borders of Mozambique." (TESE/DISSERTAÇÃO)
Pass
2002
Concluído
Mestrado em Estudos Africanos (Mestrado)
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
"A Construção do Estado em Moçambique: poder e diversidade (State Building in Mozambique: power and diversity)." (TESE/DISSERTAÇÃO)
Pass
1996
Concluído
Antropologia (Licenciatura)
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal
"n/a" (TESE/DISSERTAÇÃO)
15
Percurso profissional

Ciência

Categoria Profissional
Instituição de acolhimento
Empregador
2011 - 2012 Investigador (Investigação) SOAS University of London, Reino Unido

Docência no Ensino Superior

Categoria Profissional
Instituição de acolhimento
Empregador
2021 - Atual Professor Visitante (Docente Universitário) University of Roehampton - Whitelands College, Reino Unido
University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
2015 - 2016 Leitor (Docente Universitário) Durham University Department of Anthropology, Reino Unido
2014 - 2014 Professor Visitante (Docente Universitário) University of Roehampton Department of Life Sciences, Reino Unido
2014 - 2014 Professor Visitante (Docente Universitário) University of East London, Reino Unido
2010 - 2012 Leitor (Docente Universitário) SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2009 - 2009 Leitor (Docente Universitário) University of Birmingham, Reino Unido

Cargos e Funções

Categoria Profissional
Instituição de acolhimento
Empregador
2018 - 2019 Post-doctoral research fellow University of Roehampton Department of Life Sciences, Reino Unido
2012 - 2013 Leach-RAI Post-doctoral Fellow Brunel, University of London - Anthropology, Reino Unido
Brunel, University of London - Anthropology, Reino Unido

Outros

Categoria Profissional
Instituição de acolhimento
Empregador
2019 - Atual Research Associate Universidade de Lisboa Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Portugal
2016 - 2020 Honorary Research Fellow Durham University Department of Anthropology, Reino Unido
2013 - 2015 Post-doctoral research associate University of Oxford, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Reino Unido
2014/10/01 - 2014/12/31 Tutor in Social Anthropology, University of Georgia study abroad programme University of Oxford, Keble College, Reino Unido
2005 - 2007 Research Associate Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Moçambique
Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Moçambique
Projetos

Bolsa

Designação Financiadores
2013 - Atual Memory, violence and the end of the Portuguese empire
n/a
Bolseiro de Pós-Doutoramento
University of Oxford African Studies Centre, Reino Unido
2018 - 2021 Marine Cultural Heritage in Northern Mozambique
AH/R005443/1
Investigador responsável
University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
2018 - 2019/05/01 Rising from the Depths
AH/R005443/1
Bolseiro de Pós-Doutoramento
University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
Arts and Humanities Research Council
2018 - 2019 Sea Change in East Africa interactive map funding
AH/R005443/1
Investigador responsável
University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
Arts and Humanities Research Council
2015 - 2016 The underground in liberation struggles in Africa
NIHSC Catalytic Project
Investigador
University of Witswatersrand, History Workshop, África do Sul
2003 - 2011 History, memory and violence: changing patterns of group relationship in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique, Doctoral Research project
SFRH/BD/9101/2002
Bolseiro de Doutoramento
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Reino Unido

Projeto

Designação Financiadores
2012 - 2013 Conflict, identity, memory and history in relations between Makonde and Mwani, northern Mozambique
n/a
Bolseiro de Pós-Doutoramento
Brunel University Brunel International, Reino Unido

Outro

Designação Financiadores
2017 - 2019 War and trauma in Portugal: pilot research
n/a
Investigador responsável
2015 - 2016 The Mozambican underground, Portuguese counterinsurgency and the enduring legacy of the war in northern Cabo Delgado
n/a
Investigador responsável
Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2013 - 2014 Violence, rumour and elusive trust in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique
n/a
Investigador responsável
Produções

Publicações

Artigo em revista
  1. Santos, Ana. "‘It’s not my story to tell’: ownership and the politics of history in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique". The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 27 4 (2021):
    No prelo
  2. Santos, Ana. "Violence, rumour, and elusive trust in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique". Social Analysis 65 3 (2021):
    Aceite para publicação
  3. Santos, Ana. "‘I came here, because I preferred to stay at home’: post-war resettlement in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique". Anthropological Quarterly (2019):
    Em revisão
  4. Santos, Ana. "Resistance and collaboration: conflicting memories of the liberation struggle (1964-1974) in northern Mozambique". Social Evolution & History 3 2 (2014): 135-159.
    Acesso aberto • Publicado
  5. Santos, Ana Margarida. "Performing the Past Celebrating Women’s Day in Northern Mozambique". Cahiers d'études africaines 50 197 (2010): 217-234. http://dx.doi.org/10.4000/etudesafricaines.15837.
    Acesso aberto • 10.4000/etudesafricaines.15837
Capítulo de livro
  1. Santos, Ana. "The Mozambican underground, Portuguese counter-insurgency and the enduring legacy of the war in northern Cabo Delgado". In Underground liberation struggles in Africa. Johannesburg, África do Sul: Wits University Press, 2017.
    Aceite para publicação
  2. Santos, Ana. "Analysing riots: going beyond immediate causes". In Making sense of the global: anthropological perspectives on interconnections and processes. Cambridge, Reino Unido: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.
    Publicado
  3. Santos, Ana. "Introduction". In Making sense of the Global: anthropological perspectives on interconnections and processes. Cambridge, Reino Unido: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.
    Publicado
  4. Santos, Ana. "Poder e identidade – o caso de Moçambique". In Africa: género, educação e poder. Lisbon, Portugal: Centro de Estudos Africanos, Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Politicas, 2005.
    Publicado
  5. Santos, Ana. "Mozambique and S. Tomé e Principe". In Political parties of the world. London, Reino Unido: John Harper Publishing, 2005.
    Publicado
Livro
  1. Santos, Ana. Making sense of the global: anthropological perspectives on interconnections and processes. Cambridge, Reino Unido: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.. 2010.
    Publicado
Resumo em conferência
  1. Santos, Ana. "The enduring legacy of violence: coastal encounters in northern Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em ASA2018: Sociality, matter, and the imagination: re-creating Anthropology, Oxford, 2018.
    Publicado
  2. Santos, Ana. "‘We fought to liberate the country’: memory, legitimacy and the enduring legacy of war in northern Cabo Delgado". Trabalho apresentado em ASAUK 2016, Cambridge, 2016.
    Publicado
  3. Santos, Ana. "Villains, victims or heroes – negotiating loss and memory among Portuguese combatants of the colonial wars". Trabalho apresentado em ASA2016: Footprints and futures, Durham, 2016.
    Publicado
  4. Santos, Ana. "A town divided: ownership and belonging in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em ASA14 Decennial: Anthropology and Enlightenment, Edinburgh, 2014.
    Publicado
  5. Santos, Ana. "Violence, rumour and elusive trust in Mocimboa da Praia". Trabalho apresentado em IUAES 2013: Evolving humanity, emerging worlds, Manchester, 2013.
    Publicado
  6. Santos, Ana. "Fighting for the nation: history, conflict and political legitimacy in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em European Conference in African Studies, Lisbon, 2013.
    Publicado
  7. Santos, Ana. "Remembering and performing the war: conflicting memories of the liberation struggle (1964-1974) in Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em European Association of Social Anthropologists 2012: Uncertainty and disquiet, Paris, 2012.
    Publicado
  8. Santos, Ana. "'It's not my story to tell': violence, memory and story-telling in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em ASA12: Arts and Aesthetics in a Globalising World, New Delhi, 2012.
    Publicado
  9. Santos, Ana. "Landscapes of violence: mapping riots in northern Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em ASAUK, Oxford, 2010.
    Publicado
  10. Santos, Ana. "The past in the present: contrasting memories of the liberation struggle in Northern Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em CIEA7, Lisbon, 2010.
    Publicado
  11. Santos, Ana. "Reshaping the landscape: post-war resettlement in Northern Mozambique". Trabalho apresentado em ECAS, Leiden, 2007.
    Publicado
Revisão de livro
  1. Santos, Ana. "Review of Adam Montgomery (2017) The invisible injured: Psychological trauma in the Canadian military from the first world war, McGill-Queen’s University Press". Revisão de The invisible injured: Psychological trauma in the Canadian military from the first world war (2020): https://thepolyphony.org/2020/06/29/the-invisible-injured-book-review/.
    Publicado

Outros

Outra produção
  1. Santos, Ana. 2019. Scoping report: ethnographic perspectives. Report written within the scope of the research done for the Rising from the depths project (unpublished).
Atividades

Apresentação oral de trabalho

Título da apresentação Nome do evento
Anfitrião (Local do evento)
2021/03/23 Remembering war, healing soldiers: understanding the link between personal trauma and collective remembrance of war in Portugal Colóquio GI 20/21 GI Identidades, Culturas, Vulnerabilidades Encontro científico anual interno do grupo de investigação
ICS-ULisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
2020/08/05 Como está Cabo Delgado? Pobreza, etnicidade e juventude Como está Cabo Delgado? Webinar series
Observatório do Mundo Rural (Maputo, Moçambique)
2020/07 Silenced war stories: negotiating homecoming, memory, and trauma among Portuguese soldiers of the colonial wars EASA2020: New anthropological horizons in and beyond Europe
ISCTE and ICS (Lisbon, Portugal)
2018/10/12 Cultural heritage and memory in the Western Indian Ocean Roundtable: Coastal Encounters: temporality, memory and appropriation
ISCTE (Lisbon, Portugal)
2018/09/19 The enduring legacy of violence: coastal encounters in northern Mozambique ASA2018: Sociality, matter, and the imagination: re-creating Anthropology
University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2017/02/27 'It's not my story to tell': ownership, legitimacy, and the politics of history in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique African Studies Seminar
University of Cambridge (Cambridge, Reino Unido)
2016/09/18 The Mozambican underground, Portuguese counter-insurgency and the enduring legacy of the war in northern Cabo Delgado Underground Politics in Africa Workshop
University of Witswatersrand (Johannesburg, África do Sul)
2016/09/08 ‘We fought to liberate the country’: memory, legitimacy and the enduring legacy of war in northern Cabo Delgado ASAUK 2016
Cambridge University (Cambridge, Reino Unido)
2016/07/06 Villains, victims or heroes – negotiating loss and memory among Portuguese combatants of the colonial wars ASA2016: Footprints and futures
Durham University (Durham, Reino Unido)
2016/06/27 ‘We fought to liberate the country’: memory, resistance and the enduring legacy of war in northern Cabo Delgado Resistance and empire: new approaches and comparisons
Instituto de Ciências Socias, Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
2016/04/28 The Mozambican underground, Portuguese counter-insurgency and the enduring legacy of the war in northern Cabo Delgado Underground Politics in Africa Workshop
University of Nairobi (Nairobi, Quénia)
2015/05/20 Ownership, history and the struggle for legitimacy in northern Mozambique Social Anthropology Research Group seminar
Durham University (Durham, Reino Unido)
2014/06/21 A town divided: ownership and belonging in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique ASA14 Decennial: Anthropology and Enlightenment
University of Edinburgh (Edinburgh, Reino Unido)
2013/10/24 Uncertain ground: rumour, violence and elusive trust in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique CREEA research seminar
University of Roehampton (London, Reino Unido)
2013/10/06 Violence, rumour and elusive trust in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique IUAES 2013: Evolving humanity, emerging worlds
University of Manchester (Manchester, Reino Unido)
2013/06/28 Fighting for the nation: history, conflict and political legitimacy in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique European Conference in African Studies
ISCTE (Lisbon, Portugal)
2013/01/24 Owners and guests: the politics of storytelling and belonging in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique Anthropology Research Seminar
Brunel University (London, Reino Unido)
2012/07/11 Remembering and performing the war: conflicting memories of the liberation struggle (1964-1974) in Mozambique European Association of Social Anthropologists 2012: Uncertainty and disquiet
Nanterre University (Paris, França)
2012/06/11 ‘It’s not my story to tell: violence, memory and the search for certainty in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique Anthropology in London Day
University College London (London, Reino Unido)
2012/05/25 Researching conflict: post-riot fieldwork in northern Mozambique School of Social Sciences Inaugural Research Conference
Brunel University (London, Reino Unido)
2012/04/05 'It's not my story to tell': violence, memory and story-telling in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique ASA12: Arts and Aesthetics in a Globalising World
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi (New Delhi, Índia)
2012/03/08 Violence past and present: researching conflict in northern Mozambique Research Seminar
Royal Anthropological Institute (London, Reino Unido)
2012/01/19 ‘The Makonde are invaders’: violence and memory in northern Mozambique Anthropology Research Seminar
Brunel University (London, Reino Unido)
2011/06/24 Returning home – What home? Where is home? Post-war return and resettlement in northern Mozambique Travelling Towards Home: mobilities and home making
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (London, Reino Unido)
2011/06/20 ‘We know who fought and who stayed with the Portuguese!’ Remembering the liberation struggle in Northern Mozambique The End of the Portuguese Empire in Comparative Perspective
Institute of Social Sciences (ICS) of the University of Lisbon (Lisbon, Portugal)
2010/09/17 Landscapes of violence: mapping riots in northern Mozambique ASAUK Conference
St Antony’s College, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2010/09/09 The past in the present: contrasting memories of the liberation struggle in Northern Mozambique CIEA 7
ISCTE (Lisbon, Portugal)
2010/07/08 'It's not my story to tell': ethnography and the ownership of history An Africanist’s Legacy – A workshop in Celebration of the Work of David Parkin,
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2010/05/29 Remembering the war: differing memories of conflict in northern Mozambique LSE IDEAS IPRI Working Seminar Legacies of Conflict, Decolonisation and the Cold War
Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento (Lisboa, Portugal)
2009/06/03 Understandings of multiparty politics in Northern Mozambique Southern Africa Discussion Group
St Antony's College, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2008/07/04 Researching conflict: how violence shaped fieldwork in northern Mozambique, at the Conference, SOAS, London, 4-5 July 2008. Researching Violence and Conflict: Methodological Considerations
SOAS, University of London (London, Reino Unido)
2008/04/28 Movement and belonging in northern Mozambique African Politics, History and Geography Seminar
History Faculty, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2008/02/20 Living at the margins: space, identity and conflict in Northern Mozambique, at the Work in Progress Seminar, ISCA, Oxford, 20 February 2008. Work in Progress Seminar
ISCA, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2007/10/23 Space, Locality and Society in Northern Mozambique, at the Africa Research Seminar, St Cross College, Oxford, 23 October 2007. Africa Research Seminar
St Cross College, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2007/07/13 Reshaping the landscape: post-war resettlement in Northern Mozambique European Conference in African Studies
Leiden University (Leiden, Países Baixos)
2007/06/28 Identity at the margins: How local and global politics influence local relationships in Northern Mozambique,, 28-29 June 2007, Rhodes House, Oxford. 21st Century Anthropology: Global Process and Power
Rhodes House, Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2007/02/24 Fieldwork after riots, research in Mocimboa da Praia, Mozambique Researching Africa Day
St Antony's College, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)
2006/11/21 Movement and Space at the Mozambican-Tanzanian Border, at the Africa Research Seminar, St Cross College, Oxford, 21 November 2006 Africa Research Seminar
St Cross College, University of Oxford (Oxford, Reino Unido)

Orientação

Título / Tema
Papel desempenhado
Curso (Tipo)
Instituição / Organização
2015 - 2016 Undergraduate dissertations in Anthropology: 6 students supervised
Orientador
Anthropology (Licenciatura/Bacharelato)
Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2012 - 2013 A new white man's burden? Race, place, and power in Tanzania's wildlife conservation industry
Coorientador
PhD African Studies (Doutoramento)
SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2010/01/01 - 2012/01/31 I supervised 10 MA dissertations in African Studies and Anthropology
Orientador
Anthropology and African Studies (Mestrado)
SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2010 - 2012 MA dissertations in Anthropology and African Studies -- 10 students
Orientador
MA Anthropology and MA African Studies (Mestrado)
SOAS University of London, Reino Unido

Organização de evento

Nome do evento
Tipo de evento (Tipo de participação)
Instituição / Organização
2020 - Atual Seminar series for the Research Group Identidades, Cultura, e Vulnerabilidades ICS (2020)
Seminário (Coorganizador)
Universidade de Lisboa Instituto de Ciências Sociais, Portugal
2020/07/02 - 2020/07/04 The aftermath of war: negotiating homecoming, memory, and trauma, panel co-convened with Maria José Lobo Antunes (ICS-ULisbon) (2020/07/02 - 2020/07/04)
Conferência (Coorganizador)
Universidade de Lisboa Faculdade de Letras, Portugal
2018/09/19 - 2018/09/19 Coastal encounters: temporality, memory and morality, 19 September 2018, panel co-convened with Nadine Beckmann (University of Roehampton), ASA18 conference, Oxford (2018/09/18 - 2018/09/21)
Conferência (Coorganizador)
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Reino Unido
2016/09/07 - 2016/09/09 Legitimacy, (im)materialities and claims-making in African politics, 9 September 2016, panel co-convened with Alice Wilson (University of Sussex), ASA UK conference, Cambridge. (2016/09/07 - 2016/09/09)
Conferência (Coorganizador)
University of Cambridge, Reino Unido
2016/07/06 - 2016/07/06 Veterans of liberation wars and counter-insurgencies: negotiating loss, integration, memory and trauma, 6 July 2016, panel co-convened with Alice Wilson (University of Sussex), ASA conference, Durham. (2016/07/04 - 2016/07/07)
Conferência (Coorganizador)
Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2015 - 2016 PhD writing up group discussion: Work in progress (2015 - 2016)
Seminário
Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2007/06/28 - 2007/06/29 21st Century Anthropology: Global Process and Power (2007/06/28 - 2007/06/29)
Conferência (Coorganizador)
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Reino Unido

Júri de grau académico

Tema
Tipo de participação
Nome do candidato (Tipo de grau)
Instituição / Organização
2016/02 Sovereign Power and Bare Life on Lampedusa: exploring the transformative limits of (in)humanity through migrants and rescuers' experiences of encounter at sea -- confirmation of progression viva
Arguente
Alessandro Corso (Doutoramento)
Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido

Arbitragem científica em revista

Nome da revista (ISSN) Editora
2016 - Atual Krisis (0168-275X) Uitgeverij Boom
2013/07/01 - Atual American Ethnologist (1548-1425) Wiley (Blackwell Publishing)
2013/04/01 - Atual Anthropological Quarterly (1534-1518) Project MUSE
2012/01/01 - Atual Africa (1750-0184) Cambridge University Press
2011/03/01 - Atual Ethnos (1469-588X) Informa UK (Taylor & Francis)

Consultoria / Parecer

Descrição da atividade Instituição / Organização
2021/02/09 - Atual Cabo Delgado: history and violence briefing Promediation, França
2016/06/23 - Atual 2016 – Political and social history of Mozambique. Briefing for the Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin (held at SOAS). SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2010/06 - Atual 2010 – Cross-border movement, migration, violence and the state. Briefing for the Department of Foreign Affairs, Dublin (held at SOAS). SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2018/12/03 - 2018/12/04 Political and social context and history of Cabo Delgado. Briefing for the Treasury Official of the French Embassy in Maputo.

Curso / Disciplina lecionado

Disciplina Curso (Tipo) Instituição / Organização
2020/10/22 - Atual Moçambique: um conflito regional em potência Curso de Estudos Africanos (Especialização pós-licenciatura) Instituto Universitário Militar, Portugal
2018/09/06 - Atual Guest lecture: The politics of intangible cultural heritage BA in Archaeology, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology (Bachelor) Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Moçambique
2018/11/19 - 2018/11/19 Guest lecture: Classic themes: magic and witchcraft BA in Anthropology (Bachelor) University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
2016/03/17 - 2016/03/17 Guest lecture: Post-conflict transition in Angola and Mozambique MSc in Conflict Prevention and Peace Building (Master) Durham University -- Durham Global Security Institute, Reino Unido
2016/03/17 - 2016/03/17 Guest lecture: War and PTSD in contemporary research MSc Medical Anthropology (Master) Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2015/01/01 - 2016 Violence and Memory (level 3) BA Anthropology (Bachelor) Durham University Department of Anthropology, Reino Unido
2015/01/01 - 2016 Political and Economic Organisation (level 2) BA Anthropology (Bachelor) Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2015 - 2016 Interrogating Ethnography (Level 4, MA) MA Social Anthropology (Master) Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2015 - 2016 Methods and Analysis (level 2) Anthropology (Bachelor) Durham University -- Anthropology Department, Reino Unido
2014 - 2014 Introduction to Social Anthropology Liberal arts, Year abroad University of Georgia (Bachelor) University of Oxford, Keble College, Reino Unido
2014 - 2014 Anthropological perspectives on race and racism. (Bachelor) University of East London, Reino Unido
2014 - 2014 Ethnography and Theory in Culture and Society Anthropology (Bachelor) University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
2014 - 2014 Kinship: comparative and contemporary studies Anthropology (Bachelor) University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
2014 - 2014 Introduction to Social and Cultural Anthropology Anthropology University of Roehampton, Reino Unido
2011/09/01 - 2012/01/31 Introduction to Social Anthropology BA Anthropology (Bachelor) SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2010/01/01 - 2012/01/31 East African Ethnography BA Anthropology, BA African Studies (Bachelor) SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2010/01/01 - 2012/01/31 Culture and Society of East Africa MA Anthropology, MA African Studies (Master) SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2011/01/01 - 2011/07/31 Comparative Studies in Society and Culture MA Social Anthropology (Master) SOAS University of London, Reino Unido
2010/10/01 - 2010/12/31 Paper 5a – Anthropological Analysis and Interpretation BA Human Sciences (Bachelor) University of Oxford Hertford College, Reino Unido
2009/02/01 - 2009/03/31 Anthropology – History and theory BA in African Studies with Anthropology (second year students) (Bachelor) University of Birmingham Department of African Studies and Anthropology, Reino Unido

Entrevista / Programa (rádio / tv)

Programa Tema
2021/03/19 - Atual Opinion piece RTP África The insurgency in Cabo Delgado
2021/03/05 - Atual Causa e Efeito, RTP Africa Relatório da Amnistia Internacional sobre Cabo Delgado
2021/02/24 - Atual Tem a palavra, RTP Africa Terrorismo em Cabo Delgado
2020/04/17 - 2020/04/17 Interview on the recent violence in Cabo Delgado, RTP Africa, Causa e Efeito

Tutoria

Tópico Nome do aluno
2015 - 2016 Academic tutor/advisor Six first year students
Distinções

Prémio

2010 Writing up bursary
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Reino Unido
2007 Godfrey Lienhardt Memorial Fund
Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Reino Unido