Joana Pereira Leite is Assistant Professor of the Lisbon School of Economics and Management, Universidade de Lisboa (ISEG-ULisboa), researcher at CEsA / CSG / ISEGULisboa (Center for African, Asian and Latin American Studies, currently integrated into the Research Consortium on Social Science and Management ISEG-ULisboa). She holds a PhD in History from the School for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences (EHESS – Paris) with Advanced Studies Diploma in Economic History from the same school and graduated in Economics from the ISEG, Technical University of Lisbon. Currently she belongs to the coordination team of the Master in Development and International Cooperation and PhD in Development Studies in ISEG-ULisboa. Her main areas of research are the Economic and Social History of East Africa and Mozambique in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and the Indian Diasporas in the Western Indic. She worked on the indian diaspora representation in colonial press from Mozambique. She coordinates the CEsA research line “African Studies: History, contemporary dynamics and post-colonial Luso-African identities” and CSG line “Lusophone space: Institutions, Identities and Agency”. Currently, she participates in the following projects in progress: “O itinerário dos indoportugueses de Goa na África Oriental Centro-Oriental e Austral, durante o século XX colonial: reflexão no quadro da construção de uma história socioeconómica comparada. Os casos de Moçambique e do Ruanda-Urundi”, Joana Pereira Leite (CEsA/ISEG); “Arquivos da Memória: as elites intelectuais e culturais do colonialismo tardio e a construção da Nação em Moçambique (1950-74)”, Joana Pereira Leite (CEsA/ISEG), A.M.Leite (CEsA/ISEG e FLUL); “Lusotopias: Historicidade, dimensões culturais e identitárias”, Joana Pereira Leite(CESA/ISEG); Nicole Khouri (IMAF, Institut des mondes africains/ UMR 8171/243/IRD), Ludovic Gandelot (CESSMA, Centre d’études en sciences sociales sur les mondes africains, américains et asiatiques/ UMR 245 Univ Paris Diderot/INALCO/ IRD); “Narrativas do Oceano Índico no Espaço Lusófono” (PTDC/CPC-ELT/4868/2014), A.M. Leite – principal researcher (CEsA/ISEG e FLUL); “Conferência de Berlim”, Joana Pereira Leite (CEsA/ISEG), Ana Mafalda Leite (CEsA/ISEG e FLUL).

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