Inês Maria Jordão Pinto, graduated in Communication Sciences, (ISCIA – 2010), Master in Tourism, Territory and Heritage (2019) and Master in History of Art, Heritage and Cultural Tourism (2013), both by FLUC, attends the PhD in History, by FLUC with the thesis project entitled The Monastery of Santa Maria de Seiça: history, property and heritage heritage. From Medieval Times to Extinction, under the guidance of Saul António Gomes, being a doctoral fellow of FCT.
Her research has resulted in communications presented at scientific meetings and the publication of articles in Portugal and the Netherlands, on topics of local history, Dutch tiles, and her current area of interest is the Cistercian theme.
Main areas of interest and research: Modern Portuguese History; Monastic History; Local History; Social History; Dutch Tiles; Cultural Heritage
Research group(s): The study and publishing of primary sources