Alice Santiago Faria graduated in architecture by Coimbra University (1997) and has a Ph.D. in History of Art by the University Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne (2011). Is specialized in Public Works in the Portuguese Empire along the XIX Century. Thesis L’architecture coloniale portugaise à Goa. Le Département des Travaux Publics, 1840-1926 (Presses Académiques Francophones, 2014). Researcher of the Portuguese Centre for Global History, FCSH/NOVA-UAC and of Centro Interuniversitário de História das Ciências e da Tecnologia (CIUCHT), Lisbon University and University NOVA of Lisbon. Coordinates the research group “The arts and the Portuguese expansion” and is a member of the Plenary Committee of CHAM. Post-doctoral Scholar funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology with the project “Building the Portuguese Empire in the 19th Century: Public works through the Indian Ocean and the China Sea (1969-1926)” (www.buildingtheportugueseempire.org). Past Visiting Fellow of the Center for the Study of Invention and Social Process (CSISP,) Goldsmith, University of London (2012). Is very interested in exploring the field of Digital Humanities. Interested in approaching the theme of Colonial Periodical Press with the focusing on the reception of the public works but also by exploring the press as a source for its study. Member of the project “Thinking Goa” (USP, Brasil) and member of the Organizing Committee of the International Group for Studies of Colonial periodical press of the Portuguese empire (IGSCP-IP).