The quality of Master’s Program in Culture Studies (Lisbon Consortium/Faculty of Human Sciences) was recognized once again by the prestigious Eduniversal ranking. The Master in Culture Studies now ranks #3 in the “Cultural Management / Creative Industries Management” category. The international agency Eduniversal, which annually evaluates thousands of programs in 30 fields of knowledge, prepares the ranking based… Read More
The Fold(s) Adopting the Deleuzian idea of the fold as a desire of change (1993), The Fold(s) is a curatorial project composed of four books operating as four individual exhibitions by Carolina Grilo Santos, Joana Patrão, Mónica de Miranda, and Rouzbeh Akhbari. Under the artistic direction of Luísa Santos, The Fold(s) was developed in the context of the Seminar in… Read More
THE CULTURAL POLITICS OF HOPE December 2-4, 2021 Call for Papers The 11th Graduate Conference in Culture Studies will focus on the concept of hope, its politics, poetics, and temporalities, and how it emerges, impinges and circulates. The conference will take place in Lisbon on the 2nd, 3rd of December and the morning of the… Read More
Series 2 – Issue 5 CALL FOR PAPERS Latin American Digitalities Main Editors: Patrícia Anzini & Eduardo Prado Cardoso The next issue of Diffractions pursues an interdisciplinary reflection on the relationship(s) between digitalized identities, arts, and politics in Latin America. Digitalities became famous with Nicholas Negroponte’s 1995 bestseller Being Digital. Used to refer to the… Read More
XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture CONVIVIAL CULTURES June 28-July 3, 2021 Deadline for submissions: February 21st, 2021 March 21, 2021 The XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture, under the topic “Convivial Cultures”, is the final public activity of the 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture. The 4Cs is a European Cooperation… Read More
XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture CONVIVIAL CULTURES June 28-July 3, 2021 Deadline for submissions: February 21st, 2021 The XI Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture, under the topic “Convivial Cultures”, is the final public activity of the 4Cs: From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture. The 4Cs is a European Cooperation Project co-funded by… Read More
Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP hereafter) hereby opens a tender for the awarding of 1 (one) research grant, subsequently referred to as Doctoral Research Grant, in the field of Culture Studies, under the auspices of the FCT Research Grant Regulation and the Research Grant Holder Statute (RBI and EBI respectively hereafter). These grants are financed by… Read More
Two alumni of the MA program in Culture Studies, Raquel Pinhão and Teresa Pinheiro, have come together for a new project, #garanteolugar, that will bridge venues and brands with the aim of ensuring the sustainability of regular cultural programming and maintaining income levels for the artistic community. The idea is to create contracts through which… Read More
Notification of the Opening of a Tender for the Awarding of Doctoral Degree Research Grants Universidade Católica Portuguesa (UCP hereafter) hereby opens a tender for the awarding of 2 (two) research grants, subsequently referred to as Doctoral Research Grants, in the Culture Studies field, under the auspices of the FCT Research Grant Regulation and the… Read More
Applications to MA and PhD Programs in Culture Studies at the Lisbon Consortium are open! The 1st phase of applications will run from April 21 until May 22. The 2nd phase of application will run from June 4 until July 10. Last Round> Applications: August 31 (starting at 00:00:00) to September 4 (until 23:59:59) > Interviews: on… Read More
With approximately one-fifth of the world’s population currently in lockdown, the novel coronavirus (COVID–19) pandemic has drastically changed many of our lives. According to official statistics, the virus has now infected over 700,000 individuals across 192 countries, and such draconian measures are likely to have saved countless lives. But, the effects of the virus reach… Read More
X Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture ECOCULTURE http://www.ecoculturesummer.school.blog Lisbon, July 6-11, 2020 Deadline for submissions: February 20, 2020 March 5, 2020 Recent years have been marked by an alarming escalation of environmental crises, turning climate change, pollution, the depletion of natural resources and mass extinction into some of the most urgent concerns… Read More
February 20-21, 2020 Universidade Católica Portuguesa https://filmresearchworkshop.squarespace.com/ Keynotes: Adriana Martins, Alice Dusapin, Daniel Ribas, Giovanbattista Tusa, Margarida Mendes, Sérgio Dias Branco The workshop is a student-led event organized by PhD students in Culture Studies The workshop is divided in 4 working sessions with paper presentations and time for discussion afterwards. The topics of the sessions are Memory and Dreams, Systems… Read More
FACE OF(F) Lisbon, April 2-3, 2020 http://thefaceoffconference2020.home.blog Call for Papers The X Lisbon Consortium Graduate Conference in Culture Studies will focus on the concept of FACE as an object of artistic, cultural, biological and technological interest. During a two-day Face off in Lisbon participants will be able to confront their ideas about the subject, take part in… Read More
Last week, January 6, 2020, the Lisbon Consortium gathered students and faculty for a New Year’s Cocktail. Here are some photos of the event.
The IX Graduate Conference in Culture Studies “Building Narrative: Cultural Interfaces and Spatial Meaning” will take place next Thursday and Friday, 5-6 December 2019, at Universidade Católica Portuguesa. For more information, please go to: http://www.buildingnarrative.wordpress.com
Julia Kristeva came to the Lisbon Consortium-Universidade Católica Portuguesa in October to give the Inaugural Lecture for the 2019/2020 Academic Year. The Inaugural Session was also marked by the granting of two Research Awards Lisbon Consortium|Fundação Amélia de Mello. Ana Fabíola Maurício received the award for the best PhD Thesis and Teresa Líbano Monteiro received… Read More
Next Wednesday, October 9, the Lisbon Consortium will host the Inaugural Session for the academic year 2019/2020. Prof. Julia Kristeva, from the University of Paris Diderot – Paris 7, will make the Inaugural Lecture. Two students will also receive this year’s Research Awards Lisbon Consortium | Fundação Amélia de Mello. The session starts at 5.00pm… Read More
X Lisbon Summer School for the Study of Culture ECOCULTURE http://www.ecoculturesummer.school.blog Lisbon, July 6-11, 2020 Deadline for submissions: February 20, 2020 Recent years have been marked by an alarming escalation of environmental crises, turning climate change, pollution, the depletion of natural resources and mass extinction into some of the most urgent concerns of contemporary society.… Read More
Diffractions – Graduate Journal for the Study of Culture is back with the first issue of series 2, under the title “Suspicion”. The launching of the new issue will take place on July 26, at 6 pm, at Rua das Gaivotas, 6, with a round table and a film screening. This issue gathers conversations with Rita… Read More
Our Master program in Culture Studies was ranked once again #4 in the World by the Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking in Cultural Management/Creative Industries Management. The Program congratulates Faculty, Students & Institutional Partners for this outstanding recognition.
The Lisbon Consortium’s Study Trip this year took faculty members and students to Spain and Alentejo (March 30-31). The Lisbon Consortium had the opportunity to visit the Vostell Malpartida Museum in Cáceres; the Elvas Contemporary Art Museum; and the Quetzal Art Center in Vidigueira.
Two weeks ago, on May 3, the Lisbon Consortium organized a visit to the photography exhibition Photo Ark by Joel Sartore (Cordoaria Nacional). The visit took place in the scope of the seminar on Contemporary Culture and the Environment.
May 31 to June 2 | UCP & Espaço Alkantara Description: Archiving Performance explores, on one hand, the modes by which performances archive and are archived and, on the other hand, the modes by which archives perform and are performed. The three-day seminar will focus on the Portuguese artistic landscape, bringing together several artists who will… Read More
Isabel Capeloa Gil, Rector of Universidade Católica Portuguesa and Director of the Lisbon Consortium, received today an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Boston College. The Lisbon Consortium congratulates Isabel Capeloa Gil for her honorary degree and inspiring Commencement Address.
Thursday, May 23 | 6.00pm | Room Sociedade Científica (library building) Get to know the Lisbon Consortium and the MA Program in Culture Studies (in English).
The finissage and presentation of the catalogue of the exhibition “Os Olhos Escutam-The Eyes Listen” will take place on May 16, at 5pm, at Universidade Católica Portuguesa (Galeria Fundação Amélia de Mello). The presentation will be followed by the Performance “Aplauso-Applause” with Tomás Cunha Ferreira, David Louis Zuckerman and Marcos Barbosa.
Thursday, May 16 | 11.30am | Room Exposições Walter D. Mignolo is Director of the Center for Global Studies and Humanities at Duke University (USA). He is William H. Wannamaker Professor of Literature at Duke University (USA) and has joint appointments in Cultural Anthropology and Romance Studies. He has published extensively on semiotics and literary theory, and… Read More
SENSIBLE GROUNDS Curated by Azar Mahmoudian MAAT | Rua das Gaivotas 6 4Cs – From Conflict to Conviviality through Creativity and Culture 4Cs Film Programme in Lisbon – Detailed Information | 4Cs Film Programme in Lisbon – Facebook Event Page 4CS – FROM CONFLICT TO CONVIVIALITY THROUGH CREATIVITY AND CULTUREFCH–UCP (PT) . Tensta Konsthall (SE) . SAVVY Contemporary (DE) . Royal College… Read More
Lisbon Consortium Lecture Darko Štrajn April 30 – 18h30 | Room Descobrimentos Portugueses SENSES OF ART IN THE AGE OF POST-MEDIA Since the first obvious indications of the inception of the times of the “end of representation” – as Deleuze pointed out half a century ago – we have to deal with a widespread awareness… Read More