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.