Patrícia Oliveira

Patrícia_6patriciaoliveira@observatoriopolitico.pt

Education
PhD in Social Sciences, specialization in Political Science, Institute of Social and Political Science, University of Lisbon.
Advanced Studies Diploma at Phd Course in Political Science, specialization in Political Theory and Analysis, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, NOVA University of Lisbon.
Master in Political Science and International Relations, specialization in Political Science, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, NOVA University of Lisbon (2009-2011).
Bachelor Degree in Political Sciences and International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, NOVA University of Lisbon (2006-2009).
ERASMUS at Institut d’Études Politiques, Sciences Po Paris (2009).

Main Research Areas
Political Theory, Democracy Theory, Political Culture, Documentary Film, Cultural Policies, Compared Cultures.

Professional and Academic Experience
Executive Coordinator of Advanced Course “O Poder das Ideias” (2015);
Executive Co-coordinator of Winter School/École d’Hiver, Political Observatory and Science Po Paris Campus Universitaire de Poitiers (2009/2010; 2010/2011; 2012/2013; 2013/2014; 2015/2016);
Coordinator of International Conference “Plunging into Turmoil. Social Sciences and the Crisis”, keynote speaker – Prof. Andrew Linklater (Oct 2014);
Executive Coordinator of Introduction to Politics Course, taken place at Political Observatory (Sep to Oct 2013);
Lecturer at Introduction to Politics Course, taken place at Political Observatory, in “Culture and Power – New Political Approaches” (Sep 18th 2013), and “Participation, Connectivity and Political Networks” (Oct 10th 2013);
Lecturer at Political and Strategic Communication Course, coordinated by Political Observatory and taken place at SEDES – Associação para o Desenvolvimento Económico e Social, in “Social Network and Political Intervention” (Jun 3rd 2013);
Scientific consulting to Scrapbook of Memories, Portuguese India 1954.1962, Padrão dos Descobrimentos – EGEAC (Mar to Sep 2012);
Pedagogical and Executive Coordinator of Cours Électif RISM – International Relations, Security and Globalization, Sciences Po Paris – Campus Universitaire de Poitiers, along with Professor Phd Cristina Montalvão and Politcal Observatory Associated Researcher Raquel Duque (Spring semester, 2012);
Lecturer at FSCH – UNL Summer Course, in “Fundamental Notions in Political Science” (Aug/Sep 2012);
Invited Lecturer at ISCTE – IUL, Post-Graduation in Patrimony and Cultural Projects, course unit Cultural Projects (2011/2012, 2nd semester);
Executive Co-coordinator of Spring Research School, Political Observatory and Sam Nunn School of International Affairs;
Coordinator of Curricular and Academic Internship Program at Political Observatory (2011-2013);
Associated Researcher at Political Observatory;
Member of Portuguese Journal of Political Science Editorial Board;
Direction member of Polímnia Journal – Journal of Political Sciences and International Relations Studies Group (NECPRI/ FCSH – UNL).

Professional Associations
Founding member of Political Observatory;
Collaborator at CIAC – Arts and Communication Research Center;
Member of Portuguese Political Science Association;
Member of European Network for Cinema and Media Studies;
Member of International Political Science Association;
Member of Political Sciences and International Relations Studies Group (NECPRI/ FCSH – UNL).

Grants and Awards
Individual Grant of Doctorate FCT (2013-2016);
FLAD Papers Award (Sep 2012, Jun 2013);
Scientific Initiation Scholarship FCT (2009-2010).

Participation in Conferences and Congresses
«O que procuram as organizações num recém-graduado», Fórum de Empregabilidade, Mesa redonda 4, ISCTE-IUL, Portugal, 2016
«Reception in Latin America of Documentaries about the Carnation Revolution», RC 15 Political and Cultural Geography, Sense of Place, Arts and Politics: A Cultural Geography Perspective, XXIII World Congress of Political Science, International Political Science Association – IPSA, Montréal, Québec, Canada, 2014
«Always Look on the Bright Side of Life», in collaboration with Political Observatory Associate Researcher Carlos Vargas, Political Readings of the Invisible in the Iberian Peninsula, Conference Shattering Iberian. Cultural Responses to the Ongoing Crisis. University of California, Berkeley, USA, 2014
«Cinema Novo and Political Transition», 39th International Conference on Social Theory, Politics and Arts, Seattle University, USA, Ocotober 24th to 26th 2013;
«Governing Culture: democratic political elites», in collaboration with Political Observatory Associate Researcher Carlos Vargas, XXXV Annual Conference of Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies, Universidade Católica, Lisboa, September 9th to 11th 2013;
«Implementing public policy for culture in Portugal: a controversial issue», in collaboration with Political Observatory Associate Researcher Carlos Vargas, in International Conference on Public Policy (ICPP 2013), Grenoble, France, June 26th to 28th.
Conference on Social Theory, Politics & the Arts, Louisiana State University, USA, October 18th to 20th 2012;
«Lisbonne Révolurionnaire: un slogan politique des années 70», Jornadas Internacionales de Cine, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, October 12th 2012;
«Considering the Preexisting Values: on Ruling about Plutocracy», in collaboration with Pedro Mendonça and Cristina Montalvão Sarmento, RC 37 Rethinking Political Development, XXII World Congress of Political Science, International Political Science Conference – IPSA, Madrid, July 8th 2012;
«Ecos políticos de Primavera: Do topo do deserto à cidade da maçã», 2º Ciclo de Tertúlias «Entre nós e mundos», in collaboration with Professor Phd Cristina Montalvão Sarmento, Teatro Extremo, June 29th 2012;
«Political Culture Through Film Documentary (Portugal 1974-1976)», 23rd Political Science Days – Political Culture in Focus of Political Sciences, June 1st 2012;
«The Power of Motion Pictures in the Transition to Democracy», Spring Research School, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs (Georgia, EUA) and Observatório Político, May 21st 2012;
«Political Architraves for Left and Right Discourses», Conference on Left and Right – The Great Dichotomy Revisited, Universidade do Minho, (co-authorship Professora Doutora Cristina Montalvão Sarmento), March 23rd 2011;
«Arte e Política: um je ne sais quoi contemporâneo», 2º Ciclo de Tertúlias «Entre nós e mundos», Teatro Extremo, January 19th 2012;
«Relações Portugal-Brasil», Conference Moderator, Sciences Po Paris / Campus de Poitiers, November 2nd 2011;
«A Cultura no contexto da Política», Round Table I – A Cultura não é suficiente; Autumn School, 3rd Edition, Observatório Político and Science Po Paris / Campus de Poitiers – ISCSP-UTL, November 7th 2011;
«A Europa e modelos de modernização na I República», Mesa L – Cultura Política; Congresso Nacional de História e Ciência Política – Outras Vozes na República 1910-1926, (in collaboration with Professor Phd Carlos Leone), May 2011;
«Torre Bela: l’objet d’art comme une source d’expression du pouvoir politique», Conférence Art et Politique –La Liberté Guidantles Peuples, Sciences Po Paris/ Campus de Poitiers, April 2011);
«Entre as Prolixidades do Contemporâneo: uma análise sobre políticas culturais e elites governantes», Public Session for research presentation under Research Integration Scholarship, CEPESE – Centro de Estudos da População, Economia e Sociedade, December 2010.

Publications
«Reshaping Space in a Global World: Portuguese and Brazilian Networks», Geopolítica(s). Revista de estúdios sobre espacio y poder, 6:2, 267-282, 2015, co-written with Cristina Sarmento and Carlos Vargas
«Finding Politics in Cinema: The Portuguese Democratic Transition», The Journal of arts Management, Law, and Society, 45:3, 207-215, 2015, DOI: 10.1080/10632921.2015.1080202. «Cultural networks between Portugal and Brazil: a postcolonial review», International Journal of Cultural Policy, 2015, DOI: 10.1080/10286632.2015.1056175, co-written with Cristina Sarmento and Carlos Vargas
«Nas margens da política: o documentário Português e Brasileiro», in Cristina Sarmento e Lúcia Maria Paschoal (coord.) Culturas Cruzadas em Português. Redes de Poder e Relações Culturais (Portugal-Brasil, sec. XIX-XX), volume III. Lisboa: Almedida, 87-99, 2015.
«Political culture through film documentary in Portugal (1974-1976)», Revista Portuguesa de Ciência Política, 3, 177-180, 2013
«Novas fronteiras para a cultura política» in Vargas, Carlos (org. and coord.) (2012), Cultura Política e Práticas de Cultura, Fonte da Palavra, Lisboa;
«Manda quem pode: a elite governante da cultura em Portugal (1976-2011)», Revista Brasileira de Ciência Política da Universidade de Brasília, nº 8, July 2012 no prelo;
«O que podemos saber sobre política e arte é suficiente?», Working Paper #5, Observatório Político, published in 1/15/2012;
«Política e Arte: desvios, leituras e emergências» (2011) Master Thesis in Political Science and International Relations, specialization in Political Science.
«Sobre Arte e Política na Contemporaneidade: a emergência de uma sensibilidade interpretativa», Revista Portuguesa de Ciência Política, Observatório Político, nº 0, 2010;
«Miller Guerra: o Homem, o Médico e o Político», Letras Convida 3, Lisboa, 1st sem 2011, ed CLEPUL-FLUL/Gradiva, Lisboa; co-written with Carlos Leone.

Curriculum Vitae em PDF.