- CHSC Young researchers’ forum2020 - 2021
A discussion and networking forum involving Master’s and PhD students, as well as early-career integrated researchers and collaborators within the CHSC, it encompasses monthly meetings for the presentation of research projects, drafts of dissertations and theses, articles and research papers to be presented, and historiographical debate over significant scientific works (books and articles). Additionally, the forum hosts workshops on the use of digital tools for research.
- Universities: Networks and Identities – Reforms2021 - 2022
This seminar, held four times a year, is intended to raise discussion and interrogations on the subject of universities from a glocal perspective. It encourages dialogue about the interconnections between educational institutions in Europe; their role in building identities and reflecting on the other(s); their relevance as epicenters and promoters of cultural and intellectual movements in Europe and beyond.
2nd session: conference by Ana Cristina Araújo (CHSC-UC)
Título: Olanos e redes internacionais da Reforma Pombalina da Universidade
Date: 2 May 2022 | 2:30pm (Lisbon time)
Venue: Sala D. João III (AUC)
Moderation: Dina Alves (CHSC)
Scientific comment: Fernando Taveira da Fonseca (CHSC)
- The Worlds of History. New perspectives and debates2021 - 2022
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.
4th conference by Prof. Andrew Thompson (Oxford University)
Title: Development’s Domain: newly-explanding empire
Venue: Faculty of Arts and Humanities of Coimbra University | Anf. III
Date: 27th May 2002, 2:30 pm
- Summer school: What survives after death? Parish communities and death commemoration strategies in the medieval city2022 - 2023
Venue: Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Coimbra
Date: between 17 June and 16 July 2022
Audience: primary and secondary school teachers; students in higher education; holders of scholarships from the COMMEMORtis project; all those interested in Medieval Studies
More information: https://commemortis.wixsite.com/my-site/post/curso-de-ver%C3%A3o