Final programme for the International Conference on Arts, Cultures and Media

On May 25th, the International Conference “Arts, Cultures and Media: Intercultural Communication and Technological Landscapes in the Portuguese-Speaking World” will be held. This scientific event, held within the research project “Memories, cultures and identities: the past and present of intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal” (Cultures Past & Present), takes place at the University of Aveiro and is associated with the 1st Congress of the National Network of Cultural Studies (RNEC), which takes place at that university on 26 and 27 May.

More than 30 papers make up the programme involving dozens of researchers from universities in Portugal, Brazil, Mozambique and China.

The closing ceremony will also be marked by the presentation of the book “Abrir os Gomos do Tempo: Conversas Sobre Cinema em Moçambique”, edited by the researchers of the project Cultures Past & Present, Ana Cristina Pereira and Rosa Cabecinhas (CECS, University of Minho, Portugal) and the screening of the film “O Ano da Morte de Ricardo Reis” (João Botelho, 2020), and an interview “De Saramago nos fazemos” with Viviane Saramago Matos, conducted by Luísa Antunes Paolinelli. The session will be held in the context of the centenary of the writer José Saramago and the initiative “100 hours with Saramago”. Event organized jointly with the Virtual Museum of Lusophony, University of Madeira, Mackenzie University of São Paulo and University of Minho.

Check out the full programme.

See the provisional programme for the International Conference on Arts, Cultures and Media

On May 25, 2022, will be held the  International Conference “Arts, Cultures and Media: Intercultural Communication and Technological Landscapes in the Portuguese-Speaking World”, in the scope of the project “Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal?”. The conference will take place at the Rectory building of Aveiro University.

See the provisional programme:

9h – 9h30 am| Inaugural Session

Rectory’s Sala de Atos

Maria Manuel Baptista (University of Aveiro, Portugal)

Moisés de Lemos Martins (CECS, University of Minho, Portugal)

Eliseu Mabasso (Eduardo Mondlane University , Mozambique)

9h30 – 11h am| Session 1: Cultural heritage, memory and identities

Room: Rectory’s Sala de Atos

Palimpsestos de Lisboa – Francisco Ferreira da Silva  (University of Lisbon, Portugal)

Memories of Portugal: The Transforming Identity and Dramatic Narration of Macau – Hongliang ZHOU (Zhejiang University, China)

Ruy Cinatti e a representação do “Outro”: ambiguidades e contradições – João Pedro Góis  (University of Lisbon, Portugal)

Temporalidades sobrepostas – Notas sobre re-existir para além de resistir em Luís Bernardo Honwana  – Lurdes Macedo (CECS, Lusófona University), Viviane Almeida (CEHUM, University of Minho, Portugal) e Renata Zanete  (CEHUM, University of Minho, Portugal)

A revalorização do artesanato na era pós-industrial – Luisa Leão Silva (University of Beira Interior, Portugal)

11h am- 11h30 am | Break

11h30 am – 1h pm | Session 2: Cultures and Identities
Room:  Rectory Acts Room

Foto-livro: contributos para uma arqueologia dos média – Maria da Luz Correia (CECS, University of Azores, Portugal) 

Lutos em 24 qps – relações ensaísticas entre luto e criatividade em representações cinematográficasHenrique Denis Lucas (University of Beira Interior, Portugal)

A (Re)construção da memória cultural através do cinema: grupos focais sobre os filmes “48” e “Memória em 3 atos” – Isabel Macedo, Alice Balbé, Luís Camanho e Tiago Vieira da Silva (CECS, University of Minho, Portugal)

Um estaleiro, um padrão, muitas vidas: a memória do património pela imagem – Carla Patrícia Ribeiro e Amândio Barros ( Polytechnic of Porto)

A Europa nas paisagens mediáticas: imagens e representações na narrativa da crise europeia – Daniel Noversa (CECS, University of Minho, Portugal)

11h30 am – 1h15 pm | Session 3: Cultures and Identities

Room: Rectory Meeting Room

A (im)possibilidade da memória cultural identitária na diáspora: uma reflexão a partir da narrativa sonora de Isabel Novela e o questionamento sobre a “moçambicanidade” – Sérgio Jeremias Langa (Escola Superior de Jornalismo, Moçambique) e António Cipriano Parafino Gonçalves (Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Moçambique)

Iniciativa Maputo Fast Forward (MFF) : desenvolvimento do ecossistema cultural e criativo em Moçambique – Rui Trindade (QIDEIA) e Luís Teixeira (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal)

Cultura e narrativas moçambicanas na televisão – Celestino Joanguete (Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Moçambique)

A midiatização da tatuagem no contexto do Instagram – Vanessa Barros (CECS, Universidade do Minho, Portugal)

1h pm- 2h pm | Lunch Break

2h pm – 3h45 pm| Session 4: Arts, education and intercultural communication

Room: Rectory’s Sala de Atos

Os exames públicos e as premiações na construção ética e estética de professoras no Brasil  – Ana Paula Rufino  (CEEL, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil)

Nó Górdio e Relações entre Moçambique e Portugal: Futuro inventado nas escolas moçambicanas da Província de Sofala – Armindo Armando, Augusto Alberto (Zambeze University,, Moçambique), Martins Mapera (Licungo University, Mozambique) e Rosa Cabecinhas (CECS, University of Minho)

Memória em três actos: ensinar com o filme ou abrutecer com o silêncio – Martins Mapera (Licungo University, Mozambique)

Os fanzines como recurso didático e cultural no processo formativo de docentes – Clézio dos Santos (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Educação, criança e rua: dinâmicas sociais e políticas públicas em Moçambique – Marlene Vanessa Jamal (Zambeze University, Mozambique), Moisés de Lemos Martins (CECS, University of Minho, Portugal) e Júlio Chibemo (Zambeze University, Mozambique)

Experimento Prático de Comunicação Para Mudança Social e de Comportamento em Saneamento e Higiene na Cidade da Beira – Manuela Pery (Universidade Zambeze) e Moisés de Lemos Martins (CECS, University of Minho)

3h45 -4h pm | Break

4h pm – 5h30pm | Session 5: Museums, Arts and Narratives
Room: Rectory’s Sala de Atos

À procura de histórias desconhecidas no Museu Nacional de Etnologia em Nampula: quem são alguns dos mestres escultores e quais são as suas obras? – Alda Costa (Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Moçambique) & Gianfranco Gandolfo

Património Africano: entre o passado e o presente coloniais – João Sarmento (CECS, Universidade do Minho, Portugal)

A arte contemporânea africana. Novos atores, novas estratégias – José Carlos Venâncio (CECS, Universidade da Beira Interior, Portugal)

As identidades transnacionais e transculturais. O Museu Virtual da Lusofonia como produto da pós-colonialidade, das lusofonias e da interculturalidade – Vitor de Sousa (CECS, Universidade do Minho, Portugal)

A figura feminina nas narrativas de jovens sobre a memória do passado colonial: um estudo a partir de Maputo e Nampula – Edson Mugabe e Eliseu Mabasso (Universidade Eduardo Mondlane, Moçambique)

4pm – 5h45 pm| Sessão 6: Arts, cultures and new media
Room: Meeting Room of the Rectory

Meu museu de arqueologia: processo de criação e desenvolvimento de um videogame para interatividade e compreensão do trabalho com acervos arqueológicos no Museu Paranaense – Nathan dos Santos Alves, Claudia Inês Parellada, Gabriel Ruviaro Gomes, João Vitor de Oliveira dos Anjos (Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil)

A arte, a inclusão e as TIC’s – Isaú Meneses (Institute for Arts and Culture, Mozambique)

Jornalismo, cultura e educação: uma análise da plataforma digital O gerador – Susana Pimenta e Daniela Fonseca (University of Trás-os-Montes e Alto Douro, Portugal)

Observatório da Qualidade no Audiovisual: curadoria, produção experimental de conteúdo e divulgação científica – Gabriela Borges (University of Algarve, Portugal)

A integração do telemóvel no ambiente escolar. Caso da escola Secundária Samora Machel- Chimoio/ Centro de Moçambique – Reginaldo Mutemba (​​Graduate School of Journalism, Mozambique)

A comodificação da literatura nos hotéis literários e a perceção da sua autenticidade na Internet – Sara Pascoal, Laura Tallone, Marco Furtado (CEI, Polytechnic of Porto, Portugal)

6h pm – 6h30pm | Book Presentation

Presentation: Maria Manuel Baptista (University of Aveiro, Portugal)
Presentation of the book “Abrir os Gomos do Tempo: Conversas Sobre Cinema em Moçambique”, edited by Ana Cristina Pereira and Rosa Cabecinhas (CECS, University of Minho, Portugal)

6h30 pm | Closure Session

8h30 pm| Cinema session and debate

Room: Rectory’s Sala de Atos

Moderation: Moisés de Lemos Martins
Screening of the film O Ano da Morte de Ricardo Reis with the presence of director João Botelho, as part of writer José Saramago’s centenary and the initiative “100 hours with Saramago”. The event is organised jointly with the Virtual Museum of Lusophony, the University of Madeira, the Mackenzie University of São Paulo, and the University of Minho.

Registration is free and can be done using the form: here.

Organization:

Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal?” (Cultures Past & Present)

CECS – Communication and Society Research Centre

RNEC – Rede Nacional em Estudos Culturais

Published the book “Abrir os Gomos do Tempo: Conversas Sobre Cinema em Moçambique” under the project

The book “Abrir os Gomos do Tempo: Conversas Sobre Cinema em Moçambique“, edited by Ana Cristina Pereira (CES/UC) and Rosa Cabecinhas (CECS/UM), researchers of the project “Memories, Cultures and Identities: the past and present of intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal” (FCT/Aga Khan) has just been published by UMinho Editora. The book published in the context of the project brings together a set of interviews with personalities on the history of cinema in Mozambique and is available for open access

This set of conversations is essentially aimed at those who like to hear stories told. These conversations have a strong cinematographic slant, not only because the motto that runs through them is cinema in Mozambique, but mainly because the way in which the memories that inhabit this space are revealed is also often formulated through images that have movement. Abrir os Gomos do Tempo: Conversas Sobre Cinema em Moçambique is also for those people who, like us, are happy to hear again the phrase, “another world is possible!” and has, in our view, the beauty and strength of the words of those who believe in new possibilities of life. The book opens with a preface by Nataniel Ngomane and consists of a set of conversations with key personalities in the history of Mozambican cinema: Américo Soares, Faria de Almeida, Gabriel Mondlane, Jean-Luc Godard, João Ribeiro, José Cardoso, Licinio Azevedo, Lopes Barbosa, Luís Carlos Patraquim, Pedro Pimenta, Ruy Guerra and Sol de Carvalho. The interviews were conducted by Ana Cristina Pereira, Diana Manhiça, Lurdes Macedo, Maria do Carmo Piçarra, Rosa Cabecinhas, Sheila Khan and Sílvia Vieira. The book ends with a speech by José Luís Cabaço, made in 1980, when he was Mozambique’s Minister of Information, accompanied by an introduction made by Cabaço himself, which corresponds to his current reading of that speech as Minister. This book is dedicated to the memory of Joaquim Lopes Barbosa (1945-2021) and is simultaneously a heartfelt tribute to all filmmakers who had the courage to face State censorship. This modest gesture is intended to encourage all those who still face it, in its many and varied forms. Dictators die, regimes pass, but films remain.

Project researchers participate in XII SOPCOM

Several researchers from the project “Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal?” presented papers at the XII Congress SOPCOM – Portuguese Association of Communication Sciences – with the theme Communication & Disruption. Cultural, societal and technological challenges. This edition took place in face-to-face format in Lisbon, between the 11th and 13th of April 2022, at the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of the NOVA University of Lisbon.

The researchers of the project participated in the Congress with communication:

Alice Balbé (CECS/UM) & Luís Camanho (ID+/FBLUP) “Looking at intercultural relations in Margot Dias’ films. Objectivities, subjectivities and opacities”.

Isabel Macedo & Tiago Vieira da Silva (CECS/UM) “Immigrant, foreigner, “the other”? Representations of cultural identities in Portuguese cinema”.

Ana Cristina Pereira (CES/UC) “(Re)dressing colonialism: Olavo Amado’s haute couture”.

Tiago Silva, Moisés de Lemos Martins & Elaine Trindade (CECS/UM) “Colonial reminiscences under the sign of oneirism: A Batalha de Babatô (2013) and Our Madness (2018) by João Viana”.

Vítor Sousa (CECS/UM) “The marks of Luso-Tropicalism in the interventions of the Portuguese President of the Republic Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa (2016-2021)”.

Rosa Cabecinhas (CECS/UM) “Emigrants and immigrants: Images, cleavages and mirages in Portuguese school textbooks”.

Isabel Macedo, Alice Balbé & Rosa Cabecinhas (CECS/UM) “Invisibilities and racism: the representations of the gypsy population in History manuals in Portugal”.

The next SOPCOM Congress will be held at the University of Minho in February 2024.

Open registrations for the International Conference on Arts, Cultures and Media

The International Conference “Arts, Cultures and Media: Intercultural Communication and Technological Landscapes in the Portuguese-Speaking World”, organized by the Cultures Past & Present project, already has open registration for participants with and without communication in the face-to-face or virtual format. The Conference will be held on May 25, 2022, at the University of Aveiro and is associated with the I Congress of the National Network of Cultural Studies (RNEC), which will take place at that university on May 26 and 27.
Participation is free but subject to prior registration: here.

The call for papers with abstract submission is open until April 10, 2022. More information here.

Organization:

Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal?” (Cultures Past & Present)

CECS – Communication and Society Research Centre

RNEC – Rede Nacional em Estudos Culturais

Call for papers: Conference Arts, Cultures and Media: Intercultural communication and technological landscapes in the Portuguese-speaking world

The call for papers for the International Conference “Arts, Cultures and Media: Intercultural Communication and Technological Landscapes in the Portuguese-Speaking World” is open until April 10. This scientific event, held within the scope of the research project “Memories, Cultures and Identities: how the past weights in the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal”, will take place at the University of Aveiro on May 25 and is associated with the 1st Congress of the National Network of Cultural Studies (RNEC), which will be held at that university on May 26th and 27th.

The digital transformations in contemporary society make information technologies, media, arts, and cultures converge while changing attitudes and practices. The new technological landscape is that of a culture in “status nascendi”, which includes new tools, artists and creators, archives, museums, films, transforming them and changing teaching-learning practices. Works and cultural and artistic narratives can be transferred from one medium to another and even converted, through licensing, into merchandise or even give rise to another product.

In this international conference, we propose to debate the current technological transformations in arts, cultures and media, questioning their production, conversion to digital, and the audiences and their interaction with the produced works. We also intend to explore the contributions of digital platforms and repositories in promoting open access to knowledge. We invite researchers to reflect on the various forms of technological interconnection in arts, cultures and media, focusing on one or more of the following topics:

– cultures, arts and audiences;

– cultural and artistic heritage and their digital communication;

– digital culture, technological infrastructures and sustained local development;

– literacies, civic participation and creative action;

– (digital) cultural production in Portuguese-speaking countries;

– technological creativity in culture and concern for citizenship and social inclusion;

– textbooks, digital databases, virtual museums and open access knowledge repositories;

– new technological atmospheres and professional practices in the digital context (web designers, curators, virtual museum managers, activists, YouTubers…);

– protection, security and communication of digital cultural content;

– technologies and communication for development.

The abstract (between 200 to 300 words) with title and keywords should be sent by April 10 to: cultures_past_present@ics.uminho.pt

Participation is free but subject to prior registration: http://www.lasics.uminho.pt/culturespastandpresent/?page_id=817&lang=pt

Organization:

Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal?” (Cultures Past & Present)

CECS – Communication and Society Research Centre

RNEC – Rede Nacional em Estudos Culturais

Roundtable discussion on “Representations of Slavery and the Slave Trade in School Textbooks”

A round table discussion on “Representations of Slavery and Slave Trade in Textbooks” will be held on February 8, at 18h00. The meeting has the participation of researchers Jacob Lussento Cupata, Armindo Armando, Alice Balbé and will be moderated by Rosa Cabecinhas.

This thematic table will take place in the context of the exhibition “Empire of Fear: an exhibition on slavery and slave trade”, on display at the Lúcio Craveiro da Silva Library, from January 12 to February 12. 

This activity is a partnership between the Lúcio Craveiro da Silva Library and CECS, through the Permanent Seminar on Communication and Diversity, the Permanent Seminar on Post-Colonial Studies and the Culture, Past & Present Project – “Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal?”

The event will be held online.

Mozambican researchers from the Cultures Past & Present Project carry out exchange programs in Portugal

Researchers from the Cultures Past & Present project and PhD students in Language, Culture and Society at the University of Zambezi, Mozambique, Armindo Armando, Augusto Alberto and Marlene Vanessa M. Jamal, are in Portugal developing a scientific exchange at the University of Minho.

The exchange is carried out within the scope of the partnership between the Zambezi University and the University of Minho, through a Cooperation Agreement between the two universities, which coordinate the Doctoral Program in Language, Culture and Society, at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (FCSH ), from UniZambeze. The researchers are attending classes for the Doctorate in Cultural Studies, at the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Minho. The exchange will last for six months.

The researchers Augusto Alberto, Marlene Jamal and Armindo Armando at the Institute of Social Science – University of Minho, Braga -Portugal

The investigation of both have themes related to the research lines of the Cultures Past & Present project, and the researchers emphasize their contribution to training, as Armindo Armando points out: “the integration in the activities consolidates intercultural and academic relationships. I believe it is crucial for training and quality, it gives us space to receive feedback on ongoing research and from different perspectives”. Augusto Alberto adds that he hopes to have academic guidance and to enrich his thesis with experience. For Marlene, it is challenging to be in Portugal, as there are different work dynamics, at the same time as it is an opportunity to focus on the thesis, have access to the bibliography, contact with professors and researchers, “I hope to learn a lot, join the team of researchers, look at the research itself in a different way. It is an innovative experience and I hope to bring diverse knowledge to my country and gather as much information as possible.”.

In addition to the PhD classes, researchers have participated in scientific events, meetings and other activities of the research project Cultures Past & Present. They have already presented their work at the VIII Doctoral Journeys in Communication and Cultural Studies, organized by the Center for Communication and Society Studies (CECS), at the University of Minho, at the Seminar History, Media and Education: action research in Mozambique and Portugal, a joint organization of the Permanent Seminar on Research and Community and the Permanent Seminar on Communication and Diversity, of CECS, and of the VII International Congress of Cultures, organized by the International Network of Studies on Cultures and in December, Armando and Alberto will present communication at the International Colloquium Arts, Leisure and Tourism: dialogues of restlessness, at the University of Aveiro.

Professor Rosa Cabecinhas with the reasearchers Augusto Alberto, Marlene Jamal and Armindo Armando under the Doctoral Journeys

In his PhD in Language, Culture and Society, at the Zambezi University, Armindo Armando develops research in the field of school manuals with a thesis proposal entitled “Cultural Diversity and Challenges of National Unity in the Teaching Manuals of History of Mozambique”. Born in the city of Pemba, Cabo-Delgado Province, he has a Master’s Degree in Political Science and International Relations with a speciality in Conflict Resolution and Diplomacy by the Alberto Chipande Superior Institute of Science and Technology (ISCTAC), Degree in Philosophy Teaching with qualifications in Teaching of History by the Pedagogical University. He is a lecturer at the Faculty of Economic Sciences at ISCTAC, tutor at the Higher Institute of Science in Distance Education (ISCED) and at the Institute of Distance Education of the Catholic University of Mozambique. In addition to being part of the Cultures Past & Present project team, he is a collaborating member of the research group on Learning and Organizational Culture in Contemporary: Emancipatory Dialogical Narratives, at the Federal Rural University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Armindo also had support from the Scholarship Institute and the Zambezi University.

Augusto Alberto investigates the use of cinema in teaching, within the scope of the Doctorate in Language, Culture and Society, at UniZambeze, with a thesis proposal entitled: “Cinema, Interculturality and Education- A case study of Secondary Schools in Sofala Province”. Master in Teaching Philosophy at Universidade Pedagógica – Maputo, Degree in Teaching Philosophy at Universidade Pedagógica – Beira. Augusto Alberto is a lecturer at the Licungo University – Beira Delegation, at the Faculty of Arts and Humanity, Department of Social and Philosophical Sciences, Philosophy Course.

Marlene Vanessa Marques Jamal, in the scope of her PhD in Language, Culture and Society, at UniZambeze, investigates the (in)visibility of street and street children in the city of Quelimane, with the thesis proposal: “Street social education as a paradigm shift in Mozambique: a case study of street children in the city of Quelimane. She has a Master’s Degree in Languages, Literature and Cultures, from the University of Aveiro, in Portugal, Degree in Portuguese Teaching from the Pedagogical University in Quelimane. Jamal is a lecturer at Licungo University – headquartered in Quelimane, at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.

The researchers Armando, Alberto, professor Rosa Cabecinhas, Marlene Jamal and Alice Balbé at Seminar History, Media and Education: action research in Mozambique and Portugal

Moisés de Lemos Martins receives Gold Insignia from the University of Santiago de Compostela

The University of Santiago de Compostela awards the Gold Insignia to the researcher Moisés de Lemos Martins, full professor at the Department of Communication Sciences at the University of Minho, director of the Center for Communication and Society Studies (CECS) and coordinator of the research project Cultures Past & Present.

The distinction awarded by the Galician university is in recognition of the work carried out by the ICS professor on behalf of strengthening academic and cultural relationships in the Portuguese-speaking world. This recognition is granted to “personalities who stand out for their services to the institution, both because of their longevity and because of their special relevance”. Together with the director of CECS, also Margarida Krohling Kunsch, a professor at the University of São Paulo (Brazil), will receive the Gold Insignia of this university in Galicia.

Moisés de Lemos Martins is director of CECS and the scientific journals of this research unit (Comunicação e Sociedade, Revista Lusófona de Estudos Culturais and Vista). He is also director of the Lusofonia Virtual Museum, a structure that is on Google Arts & Culture and which became a cultural unit of the University of Minho, in early 2021. He was director of the Department of Communication Sciences and president of the Instituto de Social Sciences. Martins was also president of Sopcom (Portuguese Association of Communication Sciences), Lusocom (Lusophone Federation of Communication Sciences) and Confibercom (Ibero-American Confederation of Scientific and Academic Communication Associations), and is currently general secretary of Assibercom (Association Ibero-American Communication).

Professor Moisés de Lemos Martins

Among his work are the publications: Pensar Portugal – A Modernidade de um País Antigo (2021), Crise no Castelo da Cultura (2011), L’imaginaire des médias (co-author with Michel Maffesoli, 2011), Portugal Ilustrado em Postais (co-author with Madalena Oliveira, 2011), Caminhos nas Ciências Sociais (2010), Comunicação e Lusofonia (co-author with Helena Sousa and Rosa Cabecinhas, 2006), A Linguagem, a Verdade e o Poder (2002), and, O Olho de Deus no Discurso Salazarista (1990).

The ceremony was held in October, Salón de Graos do Colexio de San Xerome, of USC, in Santiago de Compostela, and was also attended by the Rector of the University of Minho, Rui Vieira de Castro, among other researchers and authorities.

Project researchers participate in the VII International Congress of Cultures

Reenchanting Cultures is the theme of the VII International Congress of Cultures organized by the International Network of Studies on Cultures, held from November 24th to 26th, 2021. Several researchers from the Cultures Past & Present project participate in the congress with presentations of papers, panels, mediation sessions, and the organization and scientific committee.

The seventh edition of the Congresso de Culturas is carried out through the Culturas portal and broadcast through the Congress channel on YouTube, due to the conditions imposed by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The International Network for Cultural Studies brings together Brazilian, Portuguese and Mozambican universities, namely, the Federal University of Bahia and the University of Reconcavo da Bahia, from Brazil, the University of Minho and the University of Beira Interior, from Portugal, and the University Zambezi, from Mozambique.

Follow the presentation program:

On 11/25:

  1. “O passado que não quer passar?”: o passado colonial no imaginário de jovens na província de Maputo | Edson Mugabe; Belchior Canivete; Eliseu Mabasso. No GT 1 – Sala 1. Horário: 14h BR – 17H PT – 19H MZ
  2. Representações do “eu” e do “outro” nos manuais escolares portugueses: passado, presente e futuro das relações interculturais | Alice Balbé; Rosa Cabecinhas; Isabel Macedo. No GT 1 – Sala 2. Horário: 14h BR – 17H PT – 19H MZ
  3. O cinema e o povo: olhares contra-hegemónicos no filme Deixem-me ao menos subir às palmeiras (1971) de Lopes Barbosa | Tiago Vieira da Silva; Isabel Moreira Macedo; Moisés de Lemos Martins. No GT 1 – Sala 3. Horário: 14h BR – 17H PT – 19H MZ
  4. EDUCAÇÃO, CRIANÇA E RUA: DINÂMICAS SOCIAIS E POLÍTICAS PÚBLICAS EM MOÇAMBIQUE | Marlene Vanessa Marques Jamal; Moisés de Lemos Martins; Júlio Chibemo Taimira. No GT 5 – Sala 12. Horário: 14h BR – 17H PT – 19H MZ

Researcher Rosa Cabecinhas is a mediator of GT 1 – Culture, politics, democracy and combating inequalities and oppression, which she coordinates with Rita Aragão, from the Federal University of Bahia, José Rosa and Urbano Sidoncha, from the University of Beira Interior.

On 11/26:

The panel 4 – Culturas das Redes – Moses Martins and Martins Mapera participate, along with Annamaria Palacios and Messias Bandeira, from Universidade Federal da Bahia. Horário: 10h30m BR – 13h30m PT – 15h30m MZ

  1. Percepções de professores e alunos sobre o uso de filmes no ensino de história: Estudo de caso da Província de Sofala | Augusto Alberto; Martins Mapera; Rosa Cabecinhas. No GT 3 – Sala 50. Horário: 14h BR – 17H PT – 19H MZ
  2. Representação Social da História de Moçambique nas Escolas Secundárias: província de Sofala | Armindo Armando; Martins Mapera; Rosa Cabecinhas. No GT 3 – Sala 50. Horário: 14h BR – 17H PT – 19H MZ
  3. A mobilidade como eixo estruturante da CPLP para os próximos anos, para potenciar a cultura e as indústrias criativas | Vítor de Sousa; Pedro Rodrigues Costa; Manuel Gama. No GT 1 – Sala 16. Horário: 14h BR – 17H PT – 19H MZ

More information:  https://culturas.cc/congresso2021/