Apresentação em tema: "U.MINHO CRIA is an Inter-Institutional Research Centre for social and cultural anthropology. CRIA was created in an attempt to meet FCT’s current policy."— Transcrição da apresentação:
1 U.MINHOCRIA is an Inter-Institutional Research Centre for social and cultural anthropology. CRIA was created in an attempt to meet FCT’s current policy for the organization of Portuguese research, which strongly encourages the constitution of large research units.Based on pre-existing long-term and productive cooperative relationships, the scholars foundind CRIA have created a scientific network of four University Units: ISCTE | FCSH - UNL | FCT – UC | U. MINHOThis network will make possible the optimization of resources and skills (currently dispersed all over the country) and endow them with greater theoretical, methodological, and thematic scientific depth.FCT-UCISCTEFCSH-UNL
2 CRIA results from merger of the two leading FCT units, CEAS and CEMME (both rated “Very Good”) with four other highly qualified research groups in Social and cultural Anthropology (CEEP/FCSH-UNL, NEA/UM, ETNA/FCSH-UNL, CIA/FCT-UC) together in a number of researchers without affiliation to other research units.NEACIACEASCEMMECEEPETNA…
3 This presentation will be divided in two parts: 1) The first aims to present the results of our activities during the period in evaluation2) The second part will argue the relevance of the new unit we are constituting.
4 The creation of a new research unit Although CRIA did not exist as a formal Unit during the period , the researchers who constitute it have developed several common activities in both interpersonal and institutional frameworks:- Research Projects: A significant part of the research developed by CRIA members was already being carried out on a long term cooperative basis by researchers of each of its units.- Post-graduate programmes: several researchers have participated in MA programmes offered by the host universities of CRIA Units.- Scientific Diffusion:- publishing research results- Conferences and seminars:- Preexisting Thematic sub-groups: Migration Studies; Visual Anthropology ; Transnational Populations ; Heritage, Environment, and Tourism; African; Gipsy; Brazilian; Identity Consumption; Anthropology of Health NAS-GIS; Portuguese EthnologyThere is a strong and enduring collaboration among researchers in in the different journals published by CRIA’s Units.Researchers from different units have co-organized several national and international events(in Portugal and abroad), some of which were published as special numbers in journals or in book form.
5 FCT Research Projects Leaded by CRIA Researchers Substituir pelo antigo que tinha os acumulados
6 Fellowship in Research Projects Financed by FCT and leaded by CRIA Principal Researchers (PI)
7 FCT Research Projects (1) Encountering the past: an anthropological study of the East Timorese CommunityColonial Logics: Space and society in GoaWater Therapy: Comparative ethnography of thermal sites Portugal Brazil (ICS/CEAS)Modernization and change in Portuguese hydrotherapyPolicy workers, organization and change: Ethnography on social and occupational identitiesGender Implications of entry into in Work in Portugal,Ethnobotany of northeastern region of Portugal: local knowledge, plants and usesChimpanzee distribution and relation with local human communities in the coastal area of Guinea-BissauTrajectories of integration in the labour market, family, and school: new settings, new dynamics (ICS/CEAS)Contemporary family practices in PortugalMuslims under pressure: from local microscopies to the geopolitical dynamics of the colonial and postcolonial word systemFrom many different places to Portugal: new opportunities, new patterns in gender, micro-family and inter-ethnic relations
8 FCT Research Projects (2) Migrations, Inter-Ethnic Relations and Multiculturalism,Transnational mobilities and construction of domestic spaces: connecting Mozambique, Portugal and Brazil,Emergent Generations in a multiethnic context,Different Children of Different Gods. Uses of Religions and Differentiated Social Insertion, FCT/ACIMEFrom Mozambique to Portugal: a study of transnational ethnic minority elites;Portugal and its Multi-Ethnicity,Public health policies and therapeutic practices: suffering and treatment strategies of migrants in the Great Lisbon area.Vaccination, society and administration of the body: anthropological approaches.Social Dynamics the structuring of the Polítical field in Rural African contextsColonial and Post-Colonial Context of Globalization: Interaction and Discourse in the Lusophone World (XVI-XXI centuries)Portuguese castles aboard II. Heritage, tourism and portuguese cultural cooperation.
9 Other Financed Projects (1) ACIDI (ex-ACIME):The bi-cultural relationships between Brazilian women and Portuguese men: strategic and sexual-emotional dimensions.The trafficking of women in Portugal: a critical ethnography of the relationship between victims and institutions.Migrants and mental health: the construction of cultural competence.Schooling in Portugal: success stories.“Giving birth in Portugal”. The clinical attendance of immigrant pregnant women in the national healthcare system.The civic and political participation of migrant women in Portugal.Inter-generation and gender relationships among African immigrant families.Perceptions and rationalizations of xenophobia in school
10 Other Financed Projects (2) IEFP:- «Constitution of a Data Base on Environmental research in Social Sciences in Portugal»Funding from other institutions:- The Gipsy Community of Sintra (CEMME Sintra’s City Hall)- “Geopolitical Discourse on Borders in the Socio-Political Constructión of national Identities: The case of the Spanish- Portuguese border during XIX and XX centuries” (funding: Plan Nacional de I&D Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia de España- NORFACE project :”Recognizing Christianity: how African immigrants redefine the European religious heritage” (ICS-UL/CEAS/Utrecht University)
11 PhD degrees concluded 2003-2007 26 PhD Fellowships betweenEscrever em cima do quadro que entre 2003 e 2007 tivemos 26 bolsas de doutoramento
12 Ongoing Research Projects in I&D Units Financed by FCT including other financial sources
16 Public Dissemination of anthropological knowledge (1) One of the distinctive features of the groups that now engage in CRIA has been the dissemination of anthropological knowledge in public events and venues, such as the following:1. Journals published by CRIA’s Units
17 Public Dissemination of anthropological knowledge (2) 2. Exhibitions at the Museum of Anthropology of the University of Coimbra, CIA-FCT/UC groupOffshore – ethnographic installationWithout a Net: Ruy Duarte de Carvalho – paths and derivesNomads – objects from the MAUC permanent collectionsBabá-Babu – Tales from a cradle, Coimbra, Centro Cultural de Cascais, Figueira da Foz, Museu Municipal Santos Rocha
18 Public Dissemination of anthropological knowledge (3) 3. Visual Anthropology Group of CEAS/ISCTETertúlias (round tables) debates on ethnographic films and social and cultural contemporary issues with researchers, filmmakers, NGO’s and civil associations delegates and students.Partnerships, support and collaboration in the promotion and organization of initiatives produced with other organizations such as UTAD/University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Instituto de Desenvolvimento Comunitário dos Açores,Associação Pé de Chumbo em Évora (ICS-UL, ISCTE, FSCH-UNL, UM, UC, AporDoc)
19 Public Dissemination of anthropological knowledge (4) 4. Public Debates«Forum for Same Sex Marriage» (CEAS/ILGA Portugal-civil association),«Human Rights and Traditions: genital mutilation» (CEAS/International Amnesty, APF – Association for Family Planning/European Network for Fight against Genital Mutilation/Gabinete de Saúde do ACIME, Ed. ASA)“Anthropological Books in Dialogue” Public debates on Portuguese anthropological books Organized by CEAS a Lisbon’ bookstore“A cidade e as serras – Anthropology and History Nights” (CEEP/CEHCP/ISCTE), Cycle of conferences at the bookstore Ler Devagar 2003.Cycle for the Presentation of Active Ethno-religious Groups in Portugal with a debate counting with the participation of delegations from the Sikh community and from the Muslim community. CEMME“África começou mal, África está mal”, Colaboração no ciclo de cinema do Núcleo de Estudantes de Economia da Associação Académica de Coimbra, CIA Workshop ‘Jogo é Jogo’, no âmbito do projecto Games Design, (CIA/Núcleo de Estudantes de Arquitectura da Associação Académica de Coimbra)
20 Public Dissemination of anthropological knowledge (5) 5. Cooperation with student initiatives in ISCTE, FCSH-UNL, UC, UM.6. CEAS, CEMME, CEEP, NEA and CIA have developed several partnerships with other institutions in research projects like ACIME/ACIDI (Governmental Office), LPN (environmental NGO), Commission for the equal Opportunities (Public Office), City Councils)
21 Multidisciplinary activities in the 2003-2006 period A significant part of CRIA researchers’ activities is already built in a multidisciplinar way.CEMME-FCSH/UNL was a multidisciplinary research unit on migration processes, involving sociologists, psychologists and historians. Several high quality projects, of a broad and transversal nature, have resulted from this collaboration, and have been used as a basis for the definition of public policies.Several research projects (on aging, on tourism, the arts and cultural heritage) are being developed by teams that include geographers, psychologists, psychiatrists, architects, plastic artists and designers.These interdisciplinary perspectives have contributed to these researches’ value, originality and impact in contemporary anthropological knowledge.
22 Internationalization CRIA researchers are deeply engaged in internationalization in different levels of activities:Research projects and Participation in international networks of researchPublications in journals and booksLectures conferences and organization on courses and conferences on international recognized Universities (University of Chicago, Brown University (Providence), U. California (Berkley), U New Orleans, CEAS/UMass Dartmouth, UF Santa Catarina, U. British Columbia (Vancouver) UF Campinas, USP, Museu nacional (UFRJ), Universidad Complutense, Universidad de Barcelona, Tarragona, Aix en Provence, EHESS, Univ. Eduardo Mondlane (Mozambique), Univ. Toronto, Univ. Sussex, Univ. Ultrech, Max Plank Institute (GE),Several CRIA researchers are editorial referees for international scientific journal and consultants in international juries for grants and projects.Members of international Associations of anthropologists (EASA, WAN, SIEF)
24 Organization of International conferences (1) 2003Ethnographic Heritage, museums and development, (NEA)Work and Organizations: anthropological approaches (CEAS)Metropolitan Fields: methodological challenges (CEAS/ICS/UL)Anthropology and Organizations: Practices and ContextsColonialism, Post colonialism, Arts: Visual Anthropology Cycle (CEAS/Abril Maio)2004The Politics of Folk Culture: Reflections from the Lusophone World (CEAS/UMass Dartmouth, EUA)Behind and Beyond the Prison“ (NEA):Imagined Modernities. Travel Literature, Illustration and the Nation State in Asia and the Americas (CIA)Soccer, Social Sciences and image (CEAS/Lisbon Photographic Archives)
25 Organization of International conferences (2) 2005Social Movements in Islamic ContextsCape Verdean Migration and DiasporaLe temps des cerises – Pouvoir, hegemonie et resistence (FCSH/UNL)Forum for same-sex Marriage (CEAS/ILGA-Portugal)2006Identity, Representation, Ethnicity and Discrimination (IMISCOE/ EMME/SociNova)Education through Images (CEAS/AporDOC)2007Life Histories: New theoretical and methodological challenges (CEAS)Ethnografeast III: Ethnography and the Public Sphere (CEAS/NEA/Univ California, Berkeley)V Iberian Meeting of Anthropologists - Iberian Intersections: Margins, Pathways and borders (NEA)Youth and Modernity in Africa (CEAS/CEA)
27 National Conferences2003Research on immigrant population and ethnic minorities – Local Practices; (CEAS/Câmara Municipal de Odivelas).2004Anthropology, Art and Museums, (CIA/University of British Columbia/ Faculty of Fine Arts, U.Lisbon/Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian)2005Themes and problems in Anthropology – narratives of the self,Perspectives on Religion and Ritual. Anthropologic Documentary Cycle (Ceas/ICS2006Migration, Ethnic Minorities and Transnationalism (CEMME)Spring Meetings at Miranda do Douro – Cinema, Senses and Anthropology (CEAS/UTAD).2007Winter festivals with masks: Tribute to Benjamim Pereira (CEEP-UNL/CEAS/Dep. Antropologia da FCSH/UNL)
28 Invited Lectures by prestigious scholars at the several university units
29 Invited Lectures (1)2003Omar Ribeiro Tomaz, Entre inimigos e traidores: suspeitas e acusações entre o colonial e o nacional no Sul de Moçambique (CIA)Manuela Ivone da Cunha, Uma reflexão sobre as margens a partir da prisão (CIA)Fernando Florêncio Poder tradicional Ndau e o Estado em Moçambique (CIA)Glenn Bowman, Constitutive violence and the nationalist imaginary: The making of ‘The People' in ‘Palestine' and ‘former Yugoslavia' (CIA)Ramon Sarró, Baga objects: continuities and transformations (CIA)Manuel Laranjeira Rodrigues de Areia, Primitivos e raças .... já não há! Vale a pena haver Antropologia?(CIA)Alcida Rita Ramos, A cidadania indígena existe no Brasil? (CIA)Sylvia Caiuby Novaes “Etnografia visual - uma outra perspectiva sobre o funeral bororo” (CEAS)
30 Invited Lectures (2)2004Roger Ballard: Migration, Modernity and the Growth of Ethnic Plurality (CEMME)Peter Fry, As aparências que enganam: anemia falciforme e a configuração racial no BrasilMark Harris, Giving shape to the world: skills and knowledge amongst Brazilian Amazonian floodplain dwellers(CIA)Mark Harris Giving shape to the world: skills and knowledge amongst Brazilian Amazonian floodplain dwellers (CIA)Adriana Piscitelli “Sexualidade tropical em contextos do primeiro mundo” (CEAS)Élisabeth Claverie "Ce qu'une apparition fait apparaître: le cas de Medjugorje” (CEAS)
31 Invited Lectures (3)2005Peter Clarke: Muslim Minorities in Europe and their Integration. Some Theoretical and Practical Issues (CEMME)Rosy de Oliveira: Pluralismo étnico e a Produção de identidades entre os Kalunga de Gois (Brasil), (CIA)Robert M. Malina, Secular Change In Rural Oaxaca, Mexico: (CIA)Ruth Wilson Gilmore: "Prisões e movimentos sociais", (NEA)Josep M. Comelles Identidad cultural y políticas públicas psiquiátricas en Cataluña: del regionalismo a Franz Fanon” (CEAS)Giovanni Levi “O que é a Microhistória? “ and "Biografia, Antropologia y Microhistória“(CEAS/CEHCP)
32 Invited Lectures (4)2006Lina Fruzzetti e Akos Ostor: “Revisting Kinship, Marriage and Changes in Bishupur (Bengala, Índia).” (CEAS/FundaçãoOriente)Laurence J. Kirmayer: “Bodies, brains and selves in motion: Cultural psychiatry and the ironies of globalization”. (CEAS)Jean-Yves Durand: "Lenços de instituição da cultura e género.“ (CEAS)2007Ana Rosas Mantecon “Consumos Culturais e Público de Museus, Cinema e Património” (CEAS/CIES/Casa da América Latina).Nestór Canclini “As formas actuais da interculturalidade” (CEAS/CIES/CAL)Néstor Canclini “O lugar dos latino-americanos no Século XXI” (CEAS/CIES/CAL)Daniel Miller: Migration, Material Culture and Tragedy (CEMME),Marie-Elizabeth Handman “What is prostitution? An ethnography of prostitution in Paris”(CEAS)
33 Institutional Protocols CEMME, SociNova Migrations, Instituto de Etnomusicologia e o Instituto de Sociologia Histórica, da FCSH, na criação da Pós-graduação e do Mestrado em Migrações, Minorias Étnicas e TransnacionalismoCEMME / Socinova Migrations para a representação da FCSH na Rede de Excelência Europeia IMISCOE (International Migrations and Social Cohesion in Europe)ACIDI (ex-ACIME)Departamento de Antropologia Universidade de TurimIEFPCEAS/CEAUniversidade Federal de Santa Catarina (Grupo de estudos de género)CEMME/MERIB (Migrations and Ethnicity Research Institute, Brussels).Pagu (universidade de campinas, Brasil)CEMME/Departamento de Gypsy Studies da Universidade Eötvös Loránd, de Budapeste: (protocolo Sócrates)Núcleo de Antropologia Universidade do MinhoCentro Frantz FanonDepartamento Antropologia ISCTEAporDOCDepartamento Antropologia FCSH/UNLLiga Protecção da NaturezaDepartamento Antropologia Universidade de CoimbraUTAD/MirandaCEEP/Câmara Municipal da Marinha Grande
34 NetworksCRIA is in itself a network of previously existing research centres in anthropology. Since most of its members had already been working together for a long time, they may now formalize the network structure maximizing human and material resources, which will certainly contribute to better individual performance. Thus, working in a network system is organic to CRIA as a research unity. CRIA’s scientific council aims at consolidating its units’ existing institutional relations and promote the establishment of new protocols and networks with other research units of excellence in Portugal. Namely through the collaboration in MA and PhD Programmes, co-organization of conferences and publications, workshops and seminars, and common research projects across the different university Units and research groups.Within CRIA, researchers’ mobility will be a highly stimulated practice either in research projects, either in several activities of scientific divulgation that we promote, or in the graduate programmes of the different universities that host CRIA Units. As our researchers are affiliated to more than one Group, articulation will allow for mobility between units and will stimulate a permanent and deep dialogue across different theoretical trends, themes, and ethnographic contexts.
35 International Networks NORFACE Project “Recognizing Christianity: how African immigrants redefine the European religious heritage”. (ICS-UL/CEAS/University of Sussex/ University of Ultrech).CEMME (through Socinova Migration) is part of an European network of excelence IMISCOE (International Migrations and Social Cohesion in Europe).FIMAM (researchers forum on the Arabe and Muslim world)World Anthropologies Network (WAN).COST ACTION IS0603 “Health and Social care for Migrants and Ethnic Minorities in Europe – Home”
36 To sum up General indicadores of productivity Research Projects29PhD57Fellowship26Research Project Post PhD8International networks4Books (author / editor) and chapters in books180Articles in international journalsArticles in portuguese journals127Papers/lectures presented in international meetings203Papers/lectures presented in national meetings104
37 ORGANIZATION Scientific Council External Advisory Board Executive Board Secretariat
38 ORGANIZATION CRIA’s administrative organization: a Scientific Council (including all Research fellows from the different University units): defines the unit’s main research lines;an Executive Board (drawn from the members of each of the university units, with positions on the Board distributed as a rule on a proportional basis acording to the number of each institutions’ eligible members): carries out internal executive functions and external institutional dialogue;an External Advisory Board (composed of Portuguese scholars and highly-regarded, internationally-recognized foreign academics).a centralized Secretariat: handles research projects management, Organization of conferences and financial accounting.
39 MAIN OBJECTIVES1) To place CRIA in a position of scientific leadership;2) Encourage the internationalization of research and international circulation of results;3) Reinforce the connection between science and society as a way to promote scientific culture;4) Promote and simplify inter-institutional exchange at the level of postgraduate studies and training in anthropology5) Implement the development of initiatives (research projects, conferences, workshops, etc.) corresponding to the diversified scientific interests of the members of CRIA.
40 CRIAThe consolidation of critical scientific mass brought about by CRIA constitutes in itself a huge asset in the Portuguese scientific landscape and pushes towards an engagement in comparative and critical dialogue. CRIA will provide a context for building a solid common ground within research groups by fostering a deeper articulation and dialogue at the level of methodological and theoretical construction. This will provide different scales of cooperation between researchers – a small one within thematic groups, a wider one across groups and a bigger one involving all CRIA researchers.
41 STRATEGIES (1)CRIA will promote the advancement of Portuguese anthropology and its internationalization through:a) the development of theoretical and applied research projects;b) the promotion of scientific debate and diffusion of research;- through the stimulation the publishing of research results in highly rated national and international anthropology journals- organizing international conferences with wide impact in anthropology- the implementation of several Work-in-progress Seminars, where different project may be collectively critically debated
42 STRATEGIES (1)d) consolidating formal cooperation in postgraduate programs (MA and PhD) in Anthropology among the different institutional units of CRIA and it’s host universities;e) the encouragement of international network-based collaboration in research projects and other international collaborations;f) the reinforcement of relationships with other research institutions; g) welcome undergraduate, graduate and PhD students in their integration into the scientific community.
43 THEMATIC LINESCRIA’s scientific resources are organized in four thematic groups:Social identity and differentiationMain Team - Research Fellows : Other researchers : 4 (PhD) + 27 (non-PhD)Culture: Practices, Politics, DisplaysMain Team - Research Fellows : 28 Other researchers: 1 (PhD) + 38Migrations, Ethnicity, CitizenshipMain Team - Research Fellows : 20 Other researchers : 5 (PhD) + 31Power, Knowledge, MediationMain Team - Research Fellows : 27 Other researchers : 5 (PhD) + 39CRIA will promote researchers’ mobility to work in more than one group, facilitating institutional integration, and allowing mobility among CRIA’s institutional posts.
44 Social identity and differentiation Principal Investigador:Miguel de Matos Castanheira do Vale de AlmeidaKeywords:Social processes of differentiation;Social processes of Identification;Dynamics of difference and inequality;Family, Gender, Body, Emotions, Work, Consumption.Other Research fellows in the Group (Ph.D. Only) Ana Claudia Duarte Rocha MarquesClara Afonso de Azevedo de Carvalho PiçarraMicol BrazzabeniRuy Jesús de Llera BlanesAssistant Researchers in the Group (non Ph.D.) Alexandre António Frutuoso AbaladasAlexandre Manuel Morais Costa de OliveiraAna Luísa Martins MicaeloAna Sofia Soares de Oliveira MirandaÂngela Maria dos Santos Miranda CardosoAntónio José da Conceição Mafra LourençoCatarina Lopes Oliveira FroisCélia Sofia Jesus AntunesClaudia Patricia Cruz PereiraEma Cláudia Ribeiro PiresInes Margarida de Castro Barbosa LourencoJoana Abril Santos Nunes Areosa FeioJoana da Nóbrega Moita Quelhas RibeiroJosé Manuel Cavaleiro RodriguesMargarida Maria Moz Fernandes de SaMaria Assunção Baião GatoMaria de Jesus Sequeira EspadaMaria Leonor Pires MartinsOtávio Ribeiro RaposoPatricia Cruz Azevedo SilvaPaulo Daniel Silva MendesPedro Manuel Silva SenaPhilip José Rodrigues EstevesRui Manuel Vieira MonteiroSandra Cristina Simões MarquesSilvina Maria de Jesus da Silva FonsecaSusana Cristina Gaspar PereiraResearch Fellows in the Group (Ph.D.) Antonio Fernando Gomes MedeirosBrian Juan O´NeillCarla Maria Miranda de Almeida Ferreira de SousaElsa Margarida Cabrita de Sousa LechnerEmília Margarida Duarte Domingues MarquesFernando José Pereira FlorêncioFrancisco Manuel da Silva Oneto NunesHumberto Miguel dos Santos MartinsJean-Yves Dominique DurandJose Gabriel da Fonseca Pereira BastosLorenzo Ibrahim BordonaroLuís Carlos Cirilo da Silva PereiraManuela Ivone Paredes Pereira da CunhaMaria Antonia Pereira de Resende Pedroso de LimaMaria Clara Ferreira de Almeida SaraivaMaria dos Anjos Maltez Cardeira da SilvaMaria Filomena de Almeida Paiva SilvanoMaria Inês Pinto FonsecaMaria José Fazenda MartinsMarta Rodrigues Vilar RosalesMiguel de Matos Castanheira do Vale de AlmeidaMiguel DeCouto Tavares MonizRobert Lewis RowlandRosa Maria de Figueiredo PerezSusana Salvaterra Trovao Pereira BastosSusana Soares Branco Durao
45 Culture: Practices, Politics, Displays Principal Investigador:Maria dos Anjos Maltez Cardeira da SilvaKeywords:Cultural display;Tourism;Heritage;Performance e mediaResearch fellows in the Group (Ph.D.) Amélia Maria de Melo Frazão MoreiraAna Felisbela de Albuquerque Piedade Pires LavadoAnthony Alan SheltonAurízia Félix Sousa AnicaCarla Maria Miranda de Almeida Ferreira de SousaCláudia Maria Azenha Margato de Ramalho SousaElsa Margarida Cabrita de Sousa LechnerFilipe Marcelo Correia Brito ReisFrancisco Manuel da Silva Oneto NunesHenrique Francisco Martins Coutinho GouveiaJean-Yves Dominique DurandJill DiasJoão Aires Freitas LealJorge Costa de Freitas BrancoJorge Narciso Ferreira Oliveira CrespoLuís Fernando Gomes da Silva QuintaisLuis Miguel de Sousa SilvaMaria Clara Ferreira de Almeida SaraivaMaria dos Anjos Maltez Cardeira da SilvaMaria Elisabeth ThieleMaria Filomena de Almeida Paiva SilvanoMaria José Fazenda MartinsMarta Rodrigues Vilar RosalesNélia Susana DiasNuno Manuel de Azevedo Andrade PortoPaula Cristina Antunes GodinhoPaulo Jorge Pinto RaposoPedro Miguel Pinto Prista MonteiroOther Research fellows in the Group (Ph.D. Only) Jorge Luiz Mattar VillelaAssitant Researchers in the Group (non Ph.D.) Ágata de Azevedo MandilloAna Luísa Antunes Santos Neves GasparAna Maria Fachadas GonçalvesAna Rita de Pádua Gaspar MoreiraAna Sofia Gonçalves Almeida CarrapatoAntónio José da Conceição Mafra LourençoAntónio Manuel Perestrelo Correia de MatosBarbara AlgeCarlos António Simões Rodrigues RobaloCatarina Inês Marques Ribeiro de MiraCatarina Sousa Brandão Alves CostaDarryl Emanuel Lampreia DomingosEsperança do Val FernandesFrancisco Manuel M. da Rosa da Silva FreireIsabel Margarida Simões CardanaJoana Isabel Lucas de SousaJoão Manuel de Agorreta de Alpuim Correia BotelhoMaria Dulce Dias Antunes SimõesMaria Eduarda Soares RoviscoMaria Helena Alcalde Gonçalves MarquesMaria José Gonçalo Gouveia AurindoMaria Manuel Correia de Lemos QuintelaMaria Manuela Raminhos dos SantosMarta Lalanda PristaMylène HernandezNorberto da Conceição GonçalvesPedro Manuel Silva SenaPhilip José Rodrigues EstevesRaquel Alves Neves Gil CarvalheiraRicardo de Seiça Alves SalgadoRicardo Manuel dos Santos TorresRita Margarida Gomes fariaSandra Isabel de Oliveira Xavier PereiraSérgio Eduardo da Silva FonsecaSónia Vespeira de AlmeidaTeresa Domingas Lourenço Fradique RibeiroTeresa Susana Almeida de Melo SampaioUmme Salma
46 Ethnicity, Citizenship Migrations,Ethnicity, CitizenshipPrincipal Investigador:Susana Salvaterra Trovao Pereira BastosKeywords:Migrations, Ethnicity, Transnationalism;Inter-ethnic relations, Racism and Xenophobia;Identity processes, Structural-Dynamic Approach, Cultural diversity;Material Culture, Consumption, Ethnic Minority MediaOther Researcher fellows in the Group (Ph.D. Only) Clara Afonso de Azevedo de Carvalho PiçarraIolanda Maria Alves ÉvoraMaria do Carmo Pereira de Campos Vieira da SilvaMicol BrazzabeniRuy Jesús de Llera BlanesAssistant Researchers in the Group (non Ph.D.) Amana de Sousa FerroAna Margarida Viegas Evangelista BrincaAna patrícia Latas da CostaAndré Manuel Clareza CorreiaAntonio Miguel Loureiro de Almeida FerreiraBeatriz Brandão PimentelClaudia Susana Soares de FreitasElsa Maria Araújo RodriguesFernando Carlos MouraFilipa da Mota Alvim de CarvalhoFilomena Carmo Lampreia BatoréuIrene Maria Lousada BanzeJosé Manuel Fraga Mapril GonçalvesJúlio Flávio da Silva FerreiraKachia Hedeny TechioLeticia Mara de Lima MeiraLurdes Fernandes NicolauResearch fellows in the Group (Ph.D.) Chiara Gemma PussettiDonizete Aparecido RodriguesElizabeth Pilar ChallinorElsa Margarida Cabrita de Sousa LechnerFilipe Marcelo Correia Brito ReisJoão Aires Freitas LealJose Gabriel da Fonseca Pereira BastosLorenzo Ibrahim BordonaroLuís Carlos Cirilo da Silva PereiraMaria Clara Ferreira de Almeida SaraivaMaria de Guadalupe Brak-Lamy de CarvalhoMaria Elisabeth ThieleMaria Filomena de Almeida Paiva SilvanoMário Artur Borda dos Santos MachaqueiroMarta Rodrigues Vilar RosalesMiguel DeCouto Tavares MonizPaula Cristina Antunes GodinhoPaulo Jorge Pinto RaposoSónia Patrícia Vicente Pereira da SilvaSusana Salvaterra Trovao Pereira BastosMaria Assunção Baião GatoMaria Celeste Monteiro FortesMaria Cristina Ferraz Saraiva SantinhoMaria de Fatima Republicano de Lima ViegasMaria Inês Pereira Torcato DavidMaria Lencastre Monteiro SilvaMaria Manuel Correia de Lemos QuintelaPaula Christofoletti TogniRegina Clara de AguiarRui Pedro Malheiro da Silva Ferrão CidraSílvia Adélia da Costa LimaSofia Karayianni de Castro e LemosSónia Cristina Caetano RamalhoSusana Cristina Gaspar Pereira
47 Power, Knowledge, Mediation Research Fellows in the Group (Ph.D.)  Principal Investigador:Jean-Yves Dominique DurandKeywords:Power;Knowledges;Hegemony;DissentResearch Fellows in the Group (Ph.D.) Amélia Maria de Melo Frazão MoreiraAna Felisbela de Albuquerque Piedade Pires LavadoAnthony Alan SheltonAurízia Félix Sousa AnicaChiara Gemma PussettiCláudia Maria Azenha Margato de Ramalho SousaElizabeth Pilar ChallinorEmília Margarida Duarte Domingues MarquesFilipe Marcelo Correia Brito ReisFrancisco Manuel da Silva Oneto NunesHumberto Miguel dos Santos MartinsJean-Yves Dominique DurandJoao Pedro Galhano AlvesJorge Filipe de Sousa Varanda Preces FerreiraJorge Narciso Ferreira Oliveira CrespoJosé Filipe Pinheiro Chagas VerdeLuís Carlos Cirilo da Silva PereiraLuís Fernando Gomes da Silva QuintaisLuis Manuel de Jesus CunhaManuela Ivone Paredes Pereira da CunhaMargarida Maria de Menezes Ferreira Miranda FernandesMaria Inês Pinto FonsecaPaula Cristina Antunes GodinhoRaúl Angel Iturra RedondoRobert Lewis RowlandSónia Patrícia Vicente Pereira da SilvaSusana Soares Branco DuraoOther Researchers in the Group (Ph.D. Only) Ana Claudia Duarte Rocha MarquesCristiana Lage David BastosDarlinda Maria Pacheco MoreiraJorge Luiz Mattar VillelaKimberley Jane HockingsAssistant Researchers in the Group (non Ph.D.) Alexandre António Frutuoso AbaladasAlexandre Manuel Alves Dinis de Carvalho CostaAlexandre Reis de Aboim InglezAna Clara Rodrigues Guerra MarquesAna Cristina Pereira MartinsAna Maria de Jesus Levy AiresAna Maria Lopes Duarte Baptista PereiraAna Paula Proença BorgesAna Sofia Santos CostaÂngela Maria dos Santos Miranda CardosoAntónio Manuel Perestrelo Correia de MatosCarlos António Simões Rodrigues RobaloEduardo José Paulo AraújoFilipa Real Correia PiechoFrancisca ALves CArdosoGonçalo Lopes PraçaJoana da Nóbrega Moita Quelhas RibeiroJoana Vaz de SousaJoão Conceição TavaresJosé António Baião GatoJosé Manuel Fraga Mapril GonçalvesJúlio Flávio da Silva FerreiraLuis Ricardo Manuel MoraManuel Teles Grilo da Graça DiasMaria Dulce Dias Antunes SimõesMaria Elisabete das Neves MartinsMaria Helena Alcalde Gonçalves MarquesMaria Manuel Correia de Lemos QuintelaMichel Gustave Joseph BinetMylène HernandezPatricia Cruz Azevedo SilvaPedro Manuel Silva SenaRicardo de Seiça Alves SalgadoRita Sofia Cortes Caldeira Castel BrancoRui Fernando Almeida SimõesRui Miguel Moutinho SáSandra Isabel de Oliveira Xavier PereiraSónia Sofia de Sousa Alves FerreiraTiago Manuel de Matos Silva
49 CRIA’s Near Future Activities (1) On-line Library of Anthropology, makes available on line the library catalogues of CEAS, Anthropology Department of Nova, CEMME, CEEP, Coimbra and University of Minho). This common structure (inter-universities and inter-research groups) both sustains and expresses the new unitary functioning of CRIA.website about the Azorean Diaspora (João leal and Miguel Moniz) (CRIA/UMass Dartmouth, University of British Columbia, UFSC (Santa Catarina), Pontificia Universidade de Porto Alegre).
50 CRIA’s Near Future Activities (2) LecturesRafael Bastos October 2007Leila ALgranti October 2007Adriana Piscitelli November 2007Abdellah Hammoudi February 2008Organization of international conferencesConference on Portuguese anthropology at the department of Anthropology at the University of California – Berkeley 2008Congress FIMAM (Forum of researchers on the Arabic and Muslim world) FSCH-UNL. 2008Animal baiting: "Tradition" and the new human-animal relationship 2008Diffusion. approches anciennes, problèmes contemporains. CRIA/Idemec, Aix-en-Provence2009
51 FCT Science Compromise Science 2007 The former FCT UI&D (CEAS and CEMME) have been selected to hire 4 senior Research Fellows for the next 5 years in strategic areas of scientific development in anthropology and in Portuguese social policies.- 2 PhD for the area of Health and migration- 1 PhD for the area of Tourism and heritage- 1 PhD for Migration processes
52 Future ProjectosNew projects applications will be launched in future call for projects both at a national and international level in order to develop research in the main thematic areas defined by the scientific board of CRIA. This will join together research fellows and postdoctoral researchers in deeper collaboration and in the constitution of dense critical mass on each different thematic line.CRIA’s application for the organization of the 10th SIEF Conference, "Europe and Beyond. Bringing Together Ethnology and Anthropology" (tentative title), which aims to foster a dialogue between the European Ethnology tradition and the mainstream of European Cultural and Social Anthropology.
53 CRIA’s Added value CRIA presents an innovative institutional design. Its inception required an unprecedented level of cooperation between former university research units. Instead of a unilateral takeover by the biggest, these former research centers were all able to merge into a new unit on an equal basis, regardless of their respective weight, and renounced to their former institutional existence and identity.We aim at overcoming parochialism and created a dynamic relationship which is more productive than the sum of its previous parts.Above all, the resulting critical mass and the overall density of researchers mean a change of scale, without loosing the specific micro ethnographic perspective that defines anthropology, which will enable CRIA to stand as a more competitive center at the international research arena.