Working Papers

With the objective of disseminate CRIA’s research fellows work, and to encourage the sharing and discussion of data at an early stage of research, CRIA as implemented a line of Working Papers. These papers will only be available online, in CRIA’s site, and of open access to the public in general. The manuscripts published may be in the format of finalized papers, research notes, written script of oral communications presented in scientific meeting, or others. All of which will have to have enough scientific quality to be accepted for publication.

Although, CRIA's Working Papers are not peer reviewed papers, in the classic sense of the term, these are nevertheless academic and scientific papers that may be cited as any other publication. To guarantee its academic and scientific standards all texts received texts will be appreciated by the WP coordinators, and the authors informed of the final decision.

Please download the manuscript submission guidelines here.


Working Paper Nº20

"Intimidade e Emoções num Centro de Acolhimento de Refugiados em Portugal" - Marta Lemos

Working Paper Nº18

"Mulheres e (In)visibilidades: Notas sobre formas de visibilidade, cerceamento e violências contra mulheres" - Aureliano Lopes, Bruna Potechi, Cecília Menduni Luís, Juliana dos Santos Pereira Moraes, Laís Rodrigues, Rita Costa

Working Paper Nº17

“The anthropologist and the bioengineer: A theoretical reflection on some preconditions for ethnographic collaborations in Personalized Medicine” – José Carlos Pinto da Costa

Working Paper Nº16

“Campinos, touros e cheias na lezíria: produção social das representações hegemónicas do Ribatejo” – Pedro Silva Sena

Working Paper Nº15

“Casas (pós-) rurais. Mobilidade, arquitetura e trajetórias identitárias” – Ana Saraiva

Working Paper Nº14

“Uma etnografia multi-situada em torno da prática e difusão da Kizomba” – André Castro Soares

Working Paper Nº13

“The Museum is Us All (O Museu Somos Todos), Odemira: community, place and memory in a site-specific participatory art project” – Catarina Barata

Working Paper Nº12

“Care as sustainability in times of crisis: Between welfare-state and interpersonal relationships in Portugal” – Antónia Pedroso de Lima

Working Paper Nº11

“Cuidar, ser cuidado e viver em contexto de crise: Aspectos económicos das relações interpessoais” – Antónia Pedroso de Lima

Working Paper Nº10

“Spaces of Memory: The Construction of Colonial and Post-Colonial Spaces in the Memories of Former Portuguese Colonizers” – Mário Machaqueiro

Working Paper Nº9

“O Historiador, o Leitor, o Rei e as Amantes deles: Sobre alguns efeitos perversos do fim das teorias” – Ângela Miranda Cardoso

Working Paper Nº8

“Aprender português para falar com as pessoas. Reflexões sobre processos de reconfiguração identitária em contextos de imigração.” – Cristina Valentim

Working Paper Nº7

“What about those shoes? Street children and NGOs in Maputo, Mozambique” – Andrea Moreira

Working Paper Nº6

“Maternidade e Identidade em Contexto de Imigração” – Elizabeth Challinor

Working Paper Nº5

“Ao “mel” e ao “tabaco”: sobre Relação Social” – Leif Grünewald

Working Paper Nº4

“O Paradoxo das Oportunidades. Jovens, relações geracionais e transformações socias – notas sobre Cabo Verde” – Filipe Martins

Working Paper Nº3

“Le temps des «Bilgueitts»: un village «maraboutique» Sahélien au XXIème siècle” – Francisco Freire

Working Paper Nº2

“From home to the street: Children’s street-ward migration in Cape Verde” – Lorenzo I. Bordonaro

Working Paper Nº1

“Ser mas não ser, eis a questão. O problema persistente do essencialismo estratégico.” – Miguel Vale de Almeida