“From S. Paulo de Luanda to Luuanda, from Lourenço Marques to Maputo: colonial capitals in postcolonial times“, coordinated by Margarida Calafate Ribeiro
“Atlantic routes: women and postcolonial experience“, coordinated by Margarida Calafate Ribeiro
“Portuguese women and African liberation movements“, coordinated by Margarida Calafate Ribeiro.
“Research on migration and the biographical approach: building a collaborative framework in the Portuguese context“, coordinated by Elsa Lechner.
“Precarious migrations: experiences and narratives“, coordinated by Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris-Nord.
“‘The comprometidos’: questioning the future of the past in Mozambique“, coordinated by Maria Paula Meneses
“Nation and Postcolonial Narrative“, coordinated by Ana Mafalda Leite.
“The Construction of Lusophone Identities: The Case of the Ismailis in Mozambique” coordinated by Joana Pereira Leite.
“Memory, forgetting and post-colonialism: public representations of the Portuguese Colonial Empire”, coordinated by Elsa Peralta.
“Inclusion and digital participação project“, coordinated by Cristina Ponte.
“’Portugal is not a small country’: The End of the Portuguese Colonial Empire in a Comparative Perspective“, coordinated by António Jorge Pais Costa Pinto.
“African presence in Portugal: the journalist and writer Mario Domingues”, coordinated by José Luís Garcia.
“‘Race’ in Portugal and Africa: a study of history textbooks”, coordinated by Marta Araújo.
“Immigration and ethnic, linguistic, religious and cultural diversity representation in the press and on TV”, coordinated by Isabel Ferin.
“Children of the Colonial War: Post-memory and representations”, coordinated by Margarida Calafate Ribeiro.
”Lives scarred by History: The Portuguese Colonial War and the ‘Disabled of the Armed Forces’”, coordinated by Boaventura de Sousa Santos.