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communication (30/07/19) by Sílvio Marcus Correa ’Fotografias de uma anomalia e as províncias de significado em contexto colonial’ Imagens e Narrativa (Pós)-Coloniais, encontro de comunicação intercultural & cultura visual, Grupos de Trabalho de Comunicação Intercultural e Cultura Visual da SOPCOM Link / PDF

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communication (19/03/2021) by Teresa Mendes Flores ’Fotografias de fronteira no contexto colonial: problemáticas da sua historiografia’ Imagens e Narrativa (Pós)-Coloniais, encontro de comunicação intercultural & cultura visual, Grupos de Trabalho de Comunicação Intercultural e Cultura Visual da SOPCOM Link / PDF / Video

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Webinar (2/03/2021) with Catarina Mateus (ULisboa/MUNHAC), Élia Roldão (NOVA School of Science and Technology) and Joana Sobral (Photo Impulse/FCT). Proposal and discussion with Portuguese specialists of a description worksheet to characterise historic photographic equipment. PDF

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article (2021) by Lorena Travassos ’Missões Antropológicas de São Tomé (1954) e Angola (1955): Caminhos para a Descolonização da Fotografia Colonial’ Estudos Históricos, Rio de Janeiro , vol 34, p.81-106, Janeiro-Abril 2021 Link / PDF

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seminar (Nov. 2020) Teresa Mendes Flores, principal investigator of the Photo Impulse project, lectures in Theory of Photography and Film, part of the postgraduate course in Visual Studies, Photography and (Post)Cinema, at the Department of Communication Sciences at NOVA-FCSH Link

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workshop (27-30/10/2020) with Raquel Schefer ’Remontar o Arquivo Familiar’ [reconstructing the family archive] on processes of appropriation of images from family archives PDF

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workshop (13-16/10/20) with Teresa Mendes Flores and Soraya Vasconcelos at Luca School of Art, with the Photography MBA students around images of Portuguese and Belgian colonial archives. Link