Daniel Norte Giebels
Holds a PhD in Advanced Studies in Modern History from the University of Coimbra, a Master’s degree in Modern History also from Coimbra and an undergraduate degree in Cultural Heritage from the University of Algarve. Currently, he is a member of the ReligionAJE – Religião, administração e justiça eclesiástica no Império Português (1514-1750) (Religion, ecclesiastical administration and justice in the Portuguese Seaborne Empire)project and works in the Centre of Religious History Studies, where he conducts research in the Convemos – Convento e Mosteiros de Portugal (1096-1910) – Espacialidades e temporalidades (Portuguese Convents and Monasteries – Spatial and Temporal Elements)project. He has authored several articles and papers on the Inquisition and the Church in Portugal between the sixteenth and eighteenth centuries. In 2018, his book A Inquisição de Lisboa (1537-1579) (The Inquisition in Lisbon)was published by Gradiva. He was a joint winner of the 1st António Rosa Mendes National Award for a Historical Essay.
Research group(s): Local and regional heritage and identities