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

Portuguesa, nascida em 1975, doutourada em Sociologia pela Brown University (EUA). É Investigadora  do Centro de Estudos Internacionais do Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, ISCTE-IUL e Professora Auxiliar Convidada do Departamento de Economia Política da mesma instituição. A sua pesquisa e docência abarcam as relações entre a Economia Social Solidária, a gestão dos bens comuns (“commons”) e o Movimento de Transição, além da aplicação de pedagogias críticas e estratégias de educação não-formal à mobilização social e promoção da democracia participativa. É fundadora e membro do comité editorial internacional da revista “Interface: A journal for and about social movements” (www.interfacejournal.net ), membro do comité RC47: Social Classes and Social Movements da ISA – International Sociological Association e editora da sua plataforma Open Movements/ Open Democracy (https://www.opendemocracy.net/openmovements).

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.

 

 

Publicações

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.