Programme

Congress is structured around two moments:

1 – Politics and Culture in Colonial Periodical Press: theoretical and research views

 

MONDAY, 22.05.2017


LOCATION – Auditorium B, Rectory of Nova University, Campolide


09.00-09.30 :  Registration and opening reception


09.30-10.00 : Presentation of the project IGSCP-PE Presentation and associated projects


10.00-11.00 : Keynote – Jeanne Marie Penvenne


11.00-11.30 : Break and and launch of the Common Virtual Exhibition “Colonial Newspapers and Magazines”


11.30-12.50 :  P01 – (organization of the congress) Colonial periodical press in imperial context: theoretical approaches


LOCATION – Tower B, FCSH


13.30-14.30 : Lunch


14.30-15.50 :  Parallel Panel Session 1:

P05.A – Portuguese and Spanish colonial press in Africa: memories, politics, and practices of Iberian colonization

P03 – The role of the periodical press in colonial/postcolonial transitions


16.00-17.20 :  Parallel Panel Session 2:

P05.B – Portuguese and Spanish colonial press in Africa: memories, politics, and practices of Iberian colonization

P07 – The colony of Timor: peripherality, periodical press and transit of ideas between colonial nodules


17.20-17.40 : Break + Book Launch ‘African Colonial Architectures at the end of the “Portuguese Empire”


17.40-19.00 :  Parallel Panel Session 3:

P06 – Sports in Portuguese Colonial Press

P17 – The Linguistic Question and the Colonial Press


 

TUESDAY, 23.05.2017,  LOCATION – Building II,  ISCTE-IUL


09.00-10.20 :  Parallel Panel Session 4:

P04.A – Colonial power, knowledge and archives: revisiting “Along the Archival Grain”

P02.A – New and old worlds on paper: Literary, cultural and imperial imaginaries in the press of the colonial period


10.20-10.30 : Break


10.30-11.50 :  Parallel Panel Session 5:

P04.B – Colonial power, knowledge and archives: revisiting “Along the Archival Grain”

P02.B – New and old worlds on paper: Literary, cultural and imperial imaginaries in the press of the colonial period


11.50 – 12.00 Break


12.00 – 13.20 Parallel Panel Session 6:

P08.A – Transits in review: new readings of colonial literaty periodical press within the Indian Ocean space

P11.A – The built environment through the colonial periodical press


13.20 – 14.30 Lunch


14.30-15.50 :  Parallel Panel Session 7:

P08.B – Transits in review: new readings of colonial literaty periodical press within the Indian Ocean space

P11.B – The built environment through the colonial periodical press

 


15.50-16.30 : Break + Book Launch ‘Media and the Portuguese Empire’


16.30-18.30: Roundtable: “Memories of (anti)colonial journalism”


 

WEDNESDAY, 24.05.2017


LOCATION – Faculdade de Letras, UL


09.00-10.20 :  Parallel Panel Session 8:

P13.A – The political-cultural role of the Metropolitan Colonial Periodical Press in the Imperial Public Sphere

P16 – Liberty and censorship in the colonial empire: the case of the periodical press


10.20-10.30 : Break


10.30-11.50 :  Parallel Panel Session 9:

P13.B – The political-cultural role of the Metropolitan Colonial Periodical Press in the Imperial Public Sphere

P15 – Scientific Discourse in Colonial Periodical Press


11.50 – 12.00 Break


12.00 – 13.20 Parallel Panel Session 10:

P12 – “(Anti) colonial conflits” in the Portuguese Colonial Empire

P10 – Colonial Policy and Culture in Legal Periodicals


13.20-14.30 : Lunch


14.30-15.50 :  Parallel Panel Session 11:

P09.A – At the Margins of the Portuguese Empire: The Local in the Imperial

P14. A- “Women” and colonial periodical press


15.50-16.00 :  Break


16.00-17.20 :  Parallel Panel Session 12:

P09.B – At the Margins of the Portuguese Empire: The Local in the Imperial

P14. B – “Women” and colonial periodical press


17.20-17.30 : Break


17.30-19.00 :  Keynote – Rochelle Pinto


20.30-23.30 :  Dinner (optional, registration needed)

Associação Caboverdeana de Lisboa, Rua Duque de Palmela, 2, Lisboa (see locations)


 

2 – Encounter Libraries, Archives and Researchers: an international debate


THURSDAY, 25.05.2017


LOCATION – Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal


09.30-11.00: Invited Speakers (10 minutes each)

Alexandra Aparício, Historical National Archive of Angola

Horácio dos Santos Marques, Arquivo Histórico de Timor

Joel das Neves Tembe, Arquivo Histórico de Moçambique

Sónia Carvalho, Arquivo Histórico de São Tomé e Príncipe

Leopoldo Amado, Instituto Nacional de Estudos e Pesquisa (Guiné Bissau)

Savio Abreu, Xavier Centre of Historical Research

Gilda Santos, Real Gabinete Português de Leitura

Joaquim Pinto e Lourdes Carmo. Memórias d’Africa e d’Oriente

João Carlos Oliveira, Hemeroteca Municipal de Lisboa

Aquiles Alencar Brayner, British Library, Biblioteca Nacional do Brasil


11.00-11.10:Break


11.10-13.00: Invited Speakers and partners of the Congress (10 minutes each)

Alfredo Caldeira, Arquivo & Biblioteca da Fundação Mário Soares

Natércia Coimbra, Centro de Documentação 25 de Abril da Universidade de Coimbra

Júlia Tavares Rodrigues, Biblioteca Central Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto

A.E. Maia do Amaral e Iuliana Filimon Gonçalves, Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra

Ana Canas e Paulo Cascalheira, Arquivo Histórico Ultramarino e Arquivo Nacional Torre do Tombo

Ana Paula Alexandre e Pedro Estácio, Biblioteca da Faculdade de Letras da Ulisboa

Ana Monteiro, Gabinete de Património Histórico, Caixa Geral de Depósitos

Maria Inês Cordeiro e Luis França de Sá, Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal


13.00-14.00 : Lunch


14.00-15.30: Round-table 1: Building foundations for cooperation


15.30-16.00: Break + Book Launch, ‘Dicionário cronológico da imprensa periódica de Macau’


16.00-17.30: Round-table 2: Libraries, Archives and Researchers


17.30-18.00: Closing session

 

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