Supervision & Academic Advising

Doctoral Level Supervision & Orientation

“Socio-labour integration of Immigrants from PALOPs in the Lisbon Metropolitan Area”, Hilario Njoloe, Sociology Department, ISCTE-IUL, 2015-2018.

“Socio-spatial mobility: building path of settlement for new residents in Encarnacao and Santo Isidoro’s Townsips”, Katia Silva, Sociology Department, ISCTE-IUL, 2014-2018.

“Key factors on social entrepreneurship projects: a critical view from the Colombian Caribbean Region”, Bertha Inês Villalobos Toro, Ph.D. in Business Management, University of Coimbra, co-adivisor, 2015-2017.

“Macro & micro cultural mediations: comparative study about symphonic orchestras inspired on El Sistema” in Venezuela, Brazil and Portugal”, “Macro e micro mediações culturais: estudo comparatista entre programas de orquestras sinfónicas inspirados no El Sistema na Venezuela, no Brasil e em Portugal”, Alix Sarrouy, with a fellowship of CRUP for bilateral actions with France, ICS, University of Minho, Defender July 2017.

“Quality Instrument in Assessing Public Organizations: the case of NUT III West / Os instrumentos de qualidade no desempenho das organizações públicas: O caso da NUT III Oeste“, Marlene Caetano, Ph.D. in Public Policy, ISCTE-IUL, co-advisor, defended in 2015.

“The institutionalization of bio-ethics and Public Policy in Portugal /A institucionalização da Bio-ética e as Políticas Públicas em Portugal”, António José Marques dos Santos, Ph.D. in Public Policy, ISCTE-IUL (2012-2015)

“Women´s health: a question of citizenship and inclusion” /”A saúde das mulheres: uma questão de cidadania e inclusão”, Alejandra Ortiz, fellowship funded by FCT, Ph.D. in Sociology, ISCTE-IUL, defended June 2016.

“Immigrant Regularization Processes in Portugal: an evaluation” /Os processos de regularização de imigrantes em Portugal: que avaliação?”, Vera Ritta Sampaio, Ph.D. in Public Policy, ISCTE-IUL, Defended March 2017.

“Information Society in Ibero-American Countries” / “Sociedade da Informação nos Países Ibero-americanos”, Alcimar Queiroz, fellowship funded by FCT, Sociology Depatment, ISCTE-IUL (2010-2013).

“Portugal and Uruguay: border countries between borders. Study of the Portuguese Emigration and their identity features in Uruguay” / “Portugal e o Uruguai: países de fronteiras entre fronteiras. Estudo sobre a emigração portuguesa e os seus traços identitários no Uruguai”, Alexandre Gonçalves, Ph.D. in Sociology, ISCTE-IUL (2009-2013).

“Touristic Marketing and the Transnational Sex Market: the construction of imaginaries about the Brazilian woman in Portugal” / “O Marketing Turístico e o Mercado Transnacional do Sexo: a construção de imaginários sobre a mulher Brasileira em Portugal”, Mariana Gomes, fellowship funded by CAPES (Brazilian Science Foundation), Sociology Department, ISCTE-IUL, defended 2013.

Master Level Supervision & Orientation

“Women’s Refugee in Portugal: context of inclusion/exclusion”, Adriane Vieira, Master in Sociology, ISCTE-IUL, 2017-2018.

“Refugees in Portugal: A study case of welcoming policies and practices / Refugiados em Portugal: políticas de acolhimento e práticas”, Mário Ribeiro, Master in Sociology, ISCTE-IUL, defended October 2017.

“Juvenil Delinquency: Comparing Stigmatization Patterns /Delinquência Juvenil: Comparação entre padrões de estigmatização”, Joana Cruz, Master in Crime, Difference and Inequality, University of Minho, defended October 2017.

“Insertion Strategies of Portuguese Emigrants /Estratégias de inserção dos emigrantes portugueses”, Sara Vieira, Master in Sociology, Organization and Work, ICS, University of Minho, defended January 2016.

“New and old drugs: causes and impact in dependency / Velhas e novas drogas: causas e impactos da toxicodependência, Liliana Pinto, Master in Sociology, Organization and Work, ICS, University of Minho,  defended January 2016.

“What the law allows and reality hinders: Nationality Law in Portugal” /”O que a lei permite e a realidade dificulta: Lei da Nacionalidade em Portugal”, Isabel Vale, Master in International Migrations, ESPP, ISCTE-IUL, 2012-2015.

“Cape-Verdean Women and Domestic Work: working conditions & labour relations. What has changed with the crisis” / “Mulheres imigrantes e o serviço doméstico: condições de trabalho e relações laborais. O que mudou com a crise?”, Ana Glória Landim, Master in International Migrations, ESPP, ISCTE-IUL, 2012-2015.

“Immigration and Security: Securitization after September 11th and increasing migration control in the United States” / “Imigração & Segurança: A securitização da imigração pós-11 de Setembro e o aumento do controlo migratório nos EUA, Emellin Santos de Oliveira, Master in International Migrations, ESPP, ISCTE-IUL, defended in December 2014.

“Sense of identity among second generation returned Portuguese in the global era” / ”Qual o sentido de identidade dos regressados emgirantes portugueses de segunda geração na actual era global”, Catarina Sampaio, Master in Sociology, ISCTE-IUL, defended in 2013.

“Integration Processes of Refugees in Portugal” /”Processos de Integração dos Refugiados em Portugal” Maria Inês Santos, ECSH, Master in Development, ISCTE-IUL, defended in 2012.

“Beauty and Gender Entrepreneurship: The case of Brazilian women in Quinta do Conde” / “A beleza e o empreendedorismo feminino: O caso das imigrantes brasileiras de Quinta do Conde”, Tiago Chaves, Master in Anthropology, ECSH, ISCTE-IUL, defended in 2012.

“Identity at the crossroad: Youth of Immigrant Descent and their identity processes” / “A identidade na encruzilhada: Jovens descendentes de imigrantes e seus processos identitários”, Alejandra Ortiz, Sociology Department, ISCTE-IUL, defended in 2009.

“Technology Diffusion and Economic Inequality in a Selection of OECD Countries: Does the Augmented Kuznets Hypothesis Help Explain Technology Adoption?”, Miguel Torres Preto, M.Sc. Dissertation, Instituto Superior Técnico, Technical University of Lisbon, co-adviser, defended in 2004.

“Innovation and Productivity: What can we learn from the CIS III Results for Portugal?”, Pedro Morais Martins de Faria, MSc Dissertation, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, co-adviser, defended in 2004.

Postdoctoral Level Supervision

“Mobile Europeans or New Migrants? A study on the new Portuguese migration to Germany during the contemporary economic crisis”, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, Simone Castellani (2017-2020).

“Violet Lives: a game where women decide / VIDAS VIOLETAS: um jogo em que as mulheres dão as cartas”, Postdoctoral Fellowship, University of Brasilia, funded by CNPQ, Brazil, (2016-2017).

“Caring for children in times of crisis: Diversity, social support and wellbeing”, Sonia Hernández-Plaza, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2014-2016)

“Scientific Mobility to and from Portugal: Production and Circulation of Knowledge in Highly-Skilled Immigration”, Thais França, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2013-2018).

“Interculturalism – the third path to immigrants´ incorporation to host society”, Nuno Oliveira, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2013-2016).

“The role of immigrant associations in the integration process. Comparing POS and political cultures in the cities of Seville and Lisbon”, Francisco Cuberos, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2013-2018).

“Framing the rights of the poor: cooperation among actors of civil society in Portugal and Brazil”, Britta Baumgarten, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2011-2015).

“Skilled migration of health professionals in Portugal and Spain: a comparative study on the conditions of integration into the host society”, Erika Masanet, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2010-2014).

“Language and Migration: a comparative study about Lusophone immigrants in Portugal and Spanish Speaking immigrants in Spain”, Claire Healy, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2010-2011).

“Cultural Competence in Health Professionals: Meeting the Health Care Needs of Culturally Diverse Populations”, Sonia Hernández Plaza, funded by the Portuguese Science Foundation, (2010-2011).

Marie Curie Intra-European Mobility Supervision

“Being here, being there: new family and affective configuations of Brazilian migrations to Portugal during the second wave of emigrants in the XXI century”, Glaucia Oliveira Assis, Associate Professor at State University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, January – July 2017.

“Meeting the healthcare needs of culturally diverse populations: A psycho-sociopolitical approach to cultural competence in health professionals”, Sonia Hernandez-Plaza, funded by the European Commission – Marie Curie Actions, (2011-2013).

International Mobility & Sabbatical Supervision

“Georgian migrants in Portugal: Identity issues”, Ekaterine Pirtskhalava, Professor of Psychology and Education Sciences, Tbilisi State University of Georgia, Erasmus Mundus Fellowship & Sabbatical leave, co-supervisor, September 2015 – May 2016.

“Policies against poverty: unveiling methodologies for analyzing gender/race/ethnicity impact / Políticas de combate a pobreza: desvelando metodologias para analise de impacto de género e de raça/etnia”, Francineide Pires Pereira, Federal University of Piaui, Sabbatical leave, funded by CAPES, Brazilian Government, February 2015 – February 2016.

“State, Communities and Immaterial Patrimony: Brazil and Portugal in Comparative Perspectives”, Javier Lifschitz, Professor of Social Memory, University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, January-August 2014, funded by the Sciences without Borders Programme of Brazil, January-August 2014.

“Comparing the National Health System through Migration Experiences in Women´s Health: Brazil and Portugal”, Maria Silvia Chiaravalloti, Professor of Community Health at the School of Medicine of Sao Jose do Rio Preto, São Paulo, Brazil, funded by FABESP (December 2013-February 2014).

“Migratory fluxes from Governador Valadares: Comparative analysis of Brazilians in the United States and Portugal”, Sueli Siqueira (Univerdidade Vale do Rio Doce, Brazil) Sabbatical Research Project, funded by CAPES (Brazilian Science Foundation), (February-August 2012).

Research Training Grant, Virginia Paloma, University of Seville, Spain, funded by the Education Ministry of Spain (May – July 2011).

Research Training Grant, Francisco Cuberos, University of Seville, Spain, funded by the Education Ministry of Spain (January – April 2011).

Research Training Grant, Antonia Olmos, University of Granada, Spain, funded by the Education Ministry of Spain (September – December 2008).

Research Training Grant, Natalia Moraes Mena, University of Granada, Spain, funded by the Education Ministry of Spain (September – December 2006).

 

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