Doctoral Level Supervision & Orientation
“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 (2013-2016).
“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 (2011-2015).
“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 (2010-2015).
“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
“Portuguese in France: to come or to stay after retirement / Emigrantes Portugueses na França na hora da reforma, entre o ir e o ficar”, Mário Ribeiro, Master in Sociology, ISCTE-IUL, 2015-2016.
“Juvenil Delinquency: Comparing Stigmatization Patterns /Delinquência Juvenil: Comparação entre padrões de estigmatização”, Joana Cruz, Master in Crime, Difference and Inequality, University of Minho, 2014-2016.
“Insertion Strategies of Portuguese Emigrants /Estratégias de inserção dos emigrantes portugueses”, Sara Vieira, Master in Sociology, Organization and Work, ICS, University of Minho, to be 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, to be 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
“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
“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).