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after évora and braga

IN2PAST associate laboratory to be presented in Lisbon



02:30 - 05:30 pm


IN2PAST – Associate Laboratory for Research and Innovation in Heritage, Arts, Sustainability, and Territory is the first Associate Laboratory in the field of Humanities. After its application for the statute was approved in the call promoted by the Portuguese public agency Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) in 2020/2021, IN2PAST is now taking its first steps.

Bringing together research units from several disciplinary areas (ranging from Chemistry to Contemporary History, including Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Art History, and Music), IN2PAST joins the University of Évora, Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL), the University of Minho, Iscte-IUL, and the University of Coimbra.

On December 2nd, IN2PAST will be presented in Lisbon, following previous meetings held in Évora and Minho. Therefore, we invite the faculty, researchers, and students of UNL and Iscte-IUL, our two management institutions in the Lisbon region, to attend the presentation of this new Associated Laboratory. We are confident that IN2PAST is open to collaborating with all research units and departments of the two universities.


António Candeias (IN2PAST)
Cristina Brito (NOVA FCSH) 
Joana Cunha Leal (IN2PAST)
Jorge Correia (IN2PAST)
José Neves (IN2PAST)
Manuel Pedro Ferreira (IN2PAST)
Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues (ISCTE-IUL)
Nélia Dias (IN2PAST)




2:30 pm | Opening

With António Candeias (President of IN2PAST), Cristina Brito (Deputy Director for Research at NOVA FCSH), and Maria de Lurdes Rodrigues (Rector of Iscte-IUL)

3:00 pm | Organization and Thematic Lines of IN2PAST

With Jorge Correia (Vice-President of IN2PAST) and José Neves (Vice-President of IN2PAST)

3:30 pm | IN2PAST in Collaboration with Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts

With Joana Cunha Leal (member of IN2PAST’s Board of Directors), Manuel Pedro Ferreira (member of IN2PAST’s Board of Directors), and Nélia Dias (President of IN2PAST’s Scientific Council)