Cinco investigadores do CEI-IUL viram os seus artigos premiados no âmbito do Prémios Científicos do ISCTE-IUL que pretende promover a investigação de excelência e a publicação dos seus artigos em revistas com circulação internacional. Os investigadores Ana Margarida Esteves, Ghoncheh Tazmini, Luís Barroso, Luís Nuno Rodrigues e Marcelo Moriconi recebem oficialmente estes prémios científicos numa cerimónia pública que decorre no mês de Outubro em data a anunciar.

 

Sobre os artigos premiados:

Esteves, A. M. (2017) “Commoning” at the borderland: ecovillage development, socio-economic segregation and institutional mediation in southwestern Alentejo, Portugal. Journal of Political Ecology 24, 968-­991

A investigadora Ana Margarida Esteves, pós-doc do CEI-IUL, publicou um artigo sobre a ecoaldeia de Tamera, quais as suas dinâmicas com a população e instituições da região, e em que levanta a questão de como promover estratégias inclusivas de sustentabilidade económica da mesma, integrando-as ao mesmo tempo nas dinâmicas de desenvolvimento regional.

 

Tazmini,G. (2017) The Persian–Portuguese encounter in Hormuz: orientalism reconsidered. Iranian Studies 50 (2), 271-292. DOI:10.1080/00210862.2016.1263542

A investigadora Ghoncheh Tazmini publicou um artigo na revista Iranian Studies em que analisa a presença Portuguesa na ilha de Ormuz, nos séculos XVI e XVII.

 

Barroso, L. (2017) The Origins of Exercise ALCORA: South Africa and the Portuguese Counterinsurgency Strategy in Southern Angola. South African Historical Journal 69 (3), 468-485. DOI: 10.1080/02582473.2017.1306094

Luís Barroso, publicou uma análise do contexto político e estratégico entre a cooperação entre África do Sul e Portugal para criação de uma aliança político-militar nos finais da década de 1960.

 

Rodrigues, L.N.(2018) Establishing a‘cultural base’? The creation of the Fulbright program in Portugal. The International History Review 40 (3), 683-697.  DOI: 10.1080/07075332.2017.1391860

O investigador Luís Nuno Rodrigues, analisou as “trocas” culturais e educacionais entre Portugal e os Estados Unidos da América no início da Guerra Fria, e a evolução desde os finais da década de 1940 até à assinatura do acordo do Programa Fullbright  e a criação da “Portuguese–American Cultural Commission” em 1960, num artigo publicado na revista  The International History Review.

 

Schultze-Kraft, M., Chinchilla, F. A. & Moriconi, M. (in press) New perspectives on crime, violence and insecurity in Latin America. Crime, Law and Social Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10611-017-9758‐3

Moriconi, M. (2017) Reframing illegalities: crime, cultural values and ideas of success (in Argentina). Crime, Law and Social Change. N/A. DOI: 10.1007/s10611-017-9760‐9

Ramos, M. & Moriconi, M. (2018) Corruption in Latin America: stereotypes of politicians and their implications for affect and perceived justice . Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (2), 111-112. DOI: 10.1177/1948550617729884

Ainda o investigador pós-doc do CEI-IUL, Marcelo Moriconi, publicou três artigos cujo o tema central é o crime, a corrupção e a violência na América Latina, publicados nas revistas Crime, Law and Social Change e Social Psychological and Personality Science

 

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Five CEI-IUL researchers –  Ana Margarida Esteves, Ghoncheh Tazmini, Luís Barroso, Luís Nuno Rodrigues e Marcelo Moriconi – had their papers awarded in Prémios Científicos do ISCTE-IUL that promotes the high level research and works that are published in leading international journals.  The official awards ceremony will be held in October.

 

Esteves, A. M. (2017) “Commoning” at the borderland: ecovillage development, socio-economic segregation and institutional mediation in southwestern Alentejo, Portugal. Journal of Political Ecology 24, 968-­991

Ana Margarida Esteves, Post-doc researcher at CEI-IUL, published a paper about the ecovilage Tamera, presenting its dynamics with the population and institutions of that region. Also the researcher discusses how to promote inclusive strategies for economic sustainability, integrating them in placebased dynamics of regional development.

 

Tazmini,G. (2017) The Persian–Portuguese encounter in Hormuz: orientalism reconsidered. Iranian Studies 50 (2), 271-292. DOI:10.1080/00210862.2016.1263542

The researcher Ghoncheh Tazmini has published a paper iIranian Studies Journal, in which she analyses the Portuguese–Persian encounter in Hormuz in the sixteenth and seventeenth  in a more integrative point of view.

 

Barroso, L. (2017) The Origins of Exercise ALCORA: South Africa and the Portuguese Counterinsurgency Strategy in Southern Angola. South African Historical Journal 69 (3), 468-485. DOI: 10.1080/02582473.2017.1306094

Luís Barroso’s paper pretends to analyse the political and strategic context from late 1968 to late 1969 by highlighting the factors which influenced South Africa to commit Portugal to a formal political-military alliance.

 

Rodrigues, L.N.(2018) Establishing a‘cultural base’? The creation of the Fulbright program in Portugal. The International History Review 40 (3), 683-697.  DOI: 10.1080/07075332.2017.1391860

Luís Nuno Rodrigues, presented at The International History Review a first approach to educational exchanges between Portugal and the United States in the early years of the Cold War, examining the evolution from the first reluctant contacts and exchanges in the late 1940s until the signature of a Fulbright agreement and the creation of the Portuguese–American Cultural Commission in 1960.

 

Schultze-Kraft, M., Chinchilla, F. A. & Moriconi, M. (in press) New perspectives on crime, violence and insecurity in Latin America. Crime, Law and Social Change. DOI: 10.1007/s10611-017-9758‐3

Moriconi, M. (2017) Reframing illegalities: crime, cultural values and ideas of success (in Argentina). Crime, Law and Social Change. N/A. DOI: 10.1007/s10611-017-9760‐9

Ramos, M. & Moriconi, M. (2018) Corruption in Latin America: stereotypes of politicians and their implications for affect and perceived justice . Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (2), 111-112. DOI: 10.1177/1948550617729884

The CEI-IUL Post-doc researcher Marcelo Moriconi, published in Crime, Law and Social Change, and Social Psychological and Personality Science,  three papers that focused in crime, corruption and violence in Latin America.

 

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