Organized by CHSC
- The Worlds of History. New perspectives and debates 2023/202422 September 2023
The CHSC’s Annual Research Seminar – The worlds of History. New perspectives and debates – is held four times a year. The Seminar holds talks with guest historians of exceptional international standing, encourages thinking on new approaches to History in different eras and time periods, and challenges younger generations with innovative research fields, unveiling new horizons and stimulating critical discussion.
- Episcopal justice and its impact on the Portuguese seaborne empire 1514-175010 December 2021 - 11 December 2021
This international conference aims to encourage reflexion and discussion about the structures and dynamics underlying the acts of episcopal justice in the overseas territories under Portuguese influence and assess the impact of their relationship with other powers and populations.
Venue: Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Coimbra University | Anf. III
Date: 10-11 December 2021
Scientific Committee: Ana de Zaballa Beascoechea | Ângela Barreto Xavier | Benedetta Albani | Bruno Feitler | Francisco Bethencourt | Giuseppe Marcocci | Inês G. Zupanov | Jorge Traslosheros | Liam Matthew Brockey | Macarena Cordero Fernández | Pedro Manuel Guibovich Pérez | Stuart B. Schwartz.
More information: https://www.uc.pt/fluc/religionAJE
- International Conference Beyond King Manuel I. The Portuguese Empire in a Changing World, c. 1450-155006 July 2022 - 08 July 2022
- Call for papers: International Conference COMMEMORtis: What survives after death? Parish communities and death commemoration strategies in the Medieval city31 January 2023
- International Conference COMMEMORtis10 July 2023 - 12 July 2023
- History of the Present. The formation of the contemporary world28 September 2023
Bringing together several generations of leading researchers, the seminar History(s) of the Present. The formation of the contemporary world aims to give voice to research on various fundamental topics in contemporary historiography and focusing on different geographies, which seeks to understand history in its global, international and transnational articulations, revealing its varied and significant role in shaping the present.
1st session: Bradley Simpson (University of Connecticut): Self-determination: a global history
Date: 28 September 2023 | 5 pm – 6:30 pm (GMT)
Venue: Anf. III | FLUC
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- Call for papers: V Colóquio Internacional Diálogos Luso-sefarditas30 September 2023 - 10 November 2023