Teachers

Daniel Ribeiro Alves

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Daniel Alves
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History
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Assistant Professor

Contacts

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dra@fcsh.unl.pt

Teaching languages

English

Portuguese

Online pages

Scientific areas

  • Modern History
  • Economic and Social History
  • Urban History
  • History of the Revolutions
  • Digital Humanities

Selected Publications

  • "The Press as a Reflection of the Divisions among the Portuguese Political Exiles (1808-1832)", in Constance Bantman and Ana Cláudia Suriani da Silva (eds.), The Foreign Political Press in Nineteenth-Century London: Politics from a Distance, London, Bloomsbury Academic, 2018, pp. 73-90 (co-author with Paulo Jorge Fernandes)
  • Mármore, património para o Alentejo: contributos para a sua história (1850-1986), Vila Viçosa, Centro de Estudos de Cultura, História, Artes e Patrimónios, 2015
  • A República atrás do balcão: os Lojistas de Lisboa e o fim da Monarquia (1870-1910), Lisboa, Edições Cosmos, 2012

Academic training

Year Degree Area Institution Grade
2010
Doctor
Contemporary Economic and Social History
FCSH-UNL
Muito Bom com Distinção e Louvor por Unanimidade
2001
Master
19th Century History
FCSH-UNL
Muito Bom por Unanimidade

Relevant Professional Experience

  • Coordinator of the History undergraduate degree (2017-...)
  • Member of the Executive Committee of the European Association for Digital Humanities, 2016-2017
  • Member of the Core Committee of the Working Group 1 (Space and Time), Network for Digital Methods in the Arts and Humanities (NeDiMAH), since December 2011 (network funded by ESF)
  • Researcher in several national and international projects funded by the FCT between 1996 and 2011
  • Instructor of the Portuguese History Teachers Association since 2001.
  • Historian in the Local Technical Office of Messejana, co-responsible for preparing the "Detailed Plan for the Protection and Rehabilitation of the Historical Center of Messejana" between 2001 and 2002.
  • Teacher Trainee at Escola Secundária da Cidade Universitária, 1999-2000.

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