Qualificações Académicas

Doutoramento em Sociologia, 2011 – Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, Estados Unidos da América.

Mestrado em Sociologia, 2006 – Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, Estados Unidos da América.

Mestrado em Estudos Europeus, 1998 –  London School of Economics and Political Science, Londres, Reino Unido.

Licenciatura em Relações Internacionais, 1997 –  Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, Lisboa, Portugal.

Resumo Biográfico

Ana Margarida Esteves is a Research Fellow at the Center for International Studies of the University Institute of Lisbon, Iscte and Guest Assistant Professor of the Department of Political Economy of the same institution. She has a Ph.D. in Sociology from Brown University (Providence, RI, USA) where she was a Fulbright Fellow. Her research and teaching encompass the relations between the social and solidarity economy, the commons and the sustainability transition movements; synergies between nature, culture and technology; and the application of critical pedagogies, as well as strategies of non-formal education, to social mobilization and the promotion of participatory democracy. She is a founder and member of the International Editorial Committee of the journal “Interface: A journal for and about social movements” (www.interfacejournal.net). She is also a member the RC47: Social Classes and Social Movements of ISA – International Sociological Association and part of its editorial platform Open Movements / Open Democracy (https://www.opendemocracy.net/openmovements ). In 2020, Ana Margarida became a member of SEADS (Space Ecologies Art and Design), a transdisciplinary and cross-cultural collective of artists, scientists, engineers and activists that is actively engaged in deconstructing dominant paradigms about the future and develops alternative models through a combination of critical inquiry and hands-on experimentation.”. Previous to joining CEI-IUL, Ana Margarida Esteves held teaching positions at Brown University, Universidade Federal Fluminense (Brazil), Tulane University (New Orleans, USA) and Sunway University (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). She is a Visiting Research Fellow at Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) and Scuola Normale Superiore (Florence, Italy).

Publicações Salientes

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

Esteves, A.M. (2017). Radical Environmentalism and “Commoning”: Synergies Between Ecosystem Regeneration and Social Governance at Tamera Ecovillage, Portugal. Antipode 49 (2), 357 – 376.




Esteves, A.M. (2016) "Radical Environmentalism and “Commoning”: Synergies Between Ecosystem Regeneration and Social Governance at Tamera Ecovillage, Portugal", Antipode

Esteves, A.M. (2016) "Embodied Knowledge, Networks of Trust: Methodological challenges and political innovations of the “Healing Biotope Model”, as implemented by the intentional community of Tamera, southern Portugal", In Cristina Haguenauer Redes e Comunidades: Uma visão transdisciplinar

Esteves, A.M. (2014) "New Social Movements and Cooperative Federations as Promoters of Effective Worker Ownership: Lessons from Argentina and Brazil", Revista de Economia Solidária, 6, pp. 73-131.

Esteves, A.M. (2014) "Decolonizing Livelihoods, Decolonizing the Will: Solidarity Economy as a social justice paradigm in Latin America", In Michael Reisch Routledge International Handbook of Social Justice, (pp. 74-90). Routledge: Abingdon, UK.

Esteves, A.M. (2013) "Emerging Economies, Ontogenic Practices The Construction of a “Public Self ” in the Brazilian Solidarity Economy Movement", CLR James Journal, 19 (1-2), 423-438.

Esteves, A.M. (2013) "Experiental and relational dimensions in the pedagogical practice of Solidarity Economy: Insights from Brazil", Sara C. Motta & Mike Cole (eds.), Education and Social Change in the Americas, Londres: Palgrave Macmillan Press. ISBN: 978-1-137-38067-8.

Esteves, A.M. (2013) "Solidarity Economy as a labor movement strategy and ‘integral development’: Perspectives from Brazil", In Vibeke Andersson & Steen Fryba Christensen Latin American Responses to Neo-liberalism: Strategies and struggles, (pp. 15-39). Aalborg: Aalborg University Press. ISBN: 978-87-7112-067-7.

Esteves, A.M. (2013) "Book review “Scholl, Christian. (2012). Two Sides of a Barricade: (Dis)order and summit protest in Europe” SUNY Press: New York. Paperback $29.95.", Interface: a journal for and about social movements, 5 (1), 361-384.

Esteves, A.M. (2010) "C.L.R. James and the Rise of Solidarity Economy in Brazil", The C.L.R. James Journal, 16 (1), 37-66.

Esteves, A.M., Becker, Marc, Thomas Ponniah e Jackie Smith (2010) "The Future of the Forums: Learning from the United States Social Forum Process", Critical Moment – USSF News Magazine

Esteves, A.M., Sara Motta e Laurence Cox (2009) "Civil society versus social movements", Interface: A journal for and about social movements, 1 (2), 1-21.

Esteves, A.M. (2008) "Processes of Knowledge Production in Social Movements as Multi-level Power Dynamics", Sociology Compass, 2 (6), 1934-1953.