Interdisciplinary Seminar Program

Interdisciplinary Seminar Interculturalities and historical awareness: current challenges for citizenship

March 12, 2021 ZOOM 14:00 – 18:00


Opening – Moisés de Lemos Martins – CECS

Cultural memory and historical awareness: a transdisciplinary domain? – Rosa Cabecinhas – CECS

Historiographic representations, transnational historical awareness and symbolic networks. Current definition problems and critical markers – Francisco Azevedo Mendes – LAB2PT

Historical awareness, narrative and identity – reflections and dialogues – Marília Gago – Institute of Education of the University of Minho and CITCEM – Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto

15:45 – 16:00 BREAK

Teaching History and the construction of national identity in the period after independence in Mozambique – Cassimo Jamal – Licungo University, Quelimane

The framing of the History of Africa in the Angolan education system. Practices and experiences – Jacob Lussento Cupata – Higher Institute of Educational Sciences of Cuanza Sul (ISCED / CS), University Katyavala Bwila (UKB), Angola

Cultural memory, identities and education: reflections from a reception study with secondary school students – Isabel Macedo – CECS

“Fake news” in the classroom: current historical method – Alberto Sá – CECS

Moderators: Sheila Khan – CECS and Alice Balbé – CECS

Free event, with mandatory registration until March 10th by the Form.


“Memories, cultures and identities: how the past weights on the present-day intercultural relations in Mozambique and Portugal?”, Communication and Society Research Centre (CECS, University of Minho, Portugal)

Lab2PT – Landscape, Heritage and Territory Laboratory

Permanent Seminar on Communication and Diversity

Doctoral Program in Cultural Studies