O CEAUL informa que está em curso entre 3 de Fevereiro e 3 de Março, a 5ª edição do Concurso Estímulo ao Emprego Científico Individual, promovido pela FCT no sentido de financiar 400 contratos para investigadores doutorados em todas as áreas científicas.
Todas as informações sobre o concurso podem ser consultadas na página da FCT.
Os interessados em ter o CEAUL como instituição de acolhimento devem manifestar o seu interesse, enviando mensagem com o assunto “Candidatura ao CEEC 2022” para o e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. É obrigatório o envio, para o referido endereço, de uma cópia do projeto a submeter à FCT até dia 10 de Fevereiro.
A comunicação de aceitação de candidaturas pelo CEAUL será realizada até dia 22 de Fevereiro.
O concurso está aberto de 3 de Feveiro até às 17:00 de 3 de Março de 2022 (hora de Lisboa) e as instituições de acolhimento associam-se às respetivas candidaturas entre 4 e 29 de Março de 2022.
Re-transforming, rethinking and redesigning the world’s food systems, making them more inclusive, equitable and sustainable may seem like an insurmountable challenge. But there are actually concrete actions that designers can take. The FORK Organization proved it with the 1st World Food Design DAY 2021. A 20-hour virtual journey through the world, to discover how design is activating a change in the agri-food sector. On the occasion of the UN 2021 World Food Day, The FORK Organization launched its first day on food design. The time has come to reflect on the future that we must build together:
We can all learn from food by working with food? What can you do as a designer? What can governments, industries, supranational organizations do? What can the private and public sectors do? What can farmers, producers, distributors, restaurateurs do? What can academia, research, science do? What can civil society do? And what real contribution designers can make?
This is the big theme of the EFOOD2022 conference. A theme that wants to be treated from a scientific and academic point of view, but to make a contribution even outside of schools and universities. A way to make people understand, once again, the potential of design in innovation and preservation of the Planet. There are 800 million people suffering from hunger and at the same time high rates of obesity. Healthy, nutritious diets are expensive, yet many producers are poor. Current practices are not good for the environment. It is clear that we need a revolution. A revolution so radical as to completely overturn the previous versions of our food systems. Transforming food systems for prosperity, making innovations available and accessible technologies to tackle the problems and issues related to climate change, encouraging sustainable food and design techniques, with a great impact on people’s lives.
The organizing institutions of the 3rd International Food Design and Food Studies Conference, Experiencing and Envisioning Food: Designing for Change, invite professors, MA and PhD students, researchers, chefs, professionals and designers from all scientific areas to submit unpublished articles or projects for presentation at the 3rd International Food Design and Food Studies Conference, Experiencing and Envisioning Food: Designing for Change. The conference emerges as a forum where academics and experts collaborate in an interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary way on the current food system and its food. Like the first and second conferences, it is intended to be a meeting between the world of design and food with other scientific areas.
The 3rd International Food Design and Food Studies Conference, Experiencing and Envisioning Food: Designing for Change, seeks to explore potential solutions to current problems of the food system and scenarios on the future of food and nutrition. The fundamental objective of the conference is to generate value for our food and the design as a research and work methodology. This important goal can only be achieved if specific steps are taken if we carry out essential tasks. If to define a goal, it is necessary to emphasize the benefits and reasons for this. To achieve it, it is instead necessary to focus on a specific and positive process. For this reason, the word envisioning, as the ability to plan the present and activate change, having a holistic and systemic approach, looking towards the future. It is also intended that academics interact with the industry, and the proposed format facilitates collaboration between diverse scientific domains.
We are opening the call for articles on the following topics:
Design for Sustainability and Agenda 2030 Design for Social Innovation Design for Food Design Education Design for Policies and Communities Design for Nutrition and Health Design for Gastro-wine Tourism Design for Gastronomy
No âmbito do projeto “Remembering the Past, Learning for the Future: Research-Based Digital Learning from Testimonies of Survivors and Rescuers of the Holocaust” [ID 740639658], que está a ser desenvolvido no Centro de Estudos Anglísticos da Universidade de Lisboa está a ser desenvolvido o primeiro curso online de formação para professores sobre o Holocausto será realizado no dia 4 fevereiro de 2022, das 17h30 às 19h30.
As atividades em português – desenvolvidas pela nossa equipa – vão ser publicadas no nosso site e na plataforma IWitness em breve. O material é destinado sobretudo para alunos do 11.º e do 12.º anos e, em particular, no âmbito das disciplinas de História e Cidadania e Desenvolvimento.
Title: Crossing Borders, Retrieving Memories: The History of the Land Border between Ireland and the United Kingdom Guest speaker: Filomena Louro Date: 30 September 2021, 12h30-14h00 Venue: Room C0.11A, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa Organisation: University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies | RHOME – Representations of Home project
Abstract: The concept of land border has taken an important development with events arising from the 2016 Referendum, which asked British subjects the following question: Should the United Kingdom remain a member of the European Union or leave the European Union? This question has triggered a very heated debate proving how limited knowledge British society has of the issues regarding their connections and relations with Ireland. The situation is far from any settled appeasement and the social comments on the media or cultural analysts can only be used as a tentative effort to make sense of what may become a very critical political conundrum. After almost four years passed and the question of closing borders is still unresolved. How do artists measure the tension of this debate and how do they contribute to its resolution?
Bio note: Maria Filomena Louro graduated from the University of Porto, has an M.A. in English Drama from the University of Essex, reading on John Arden’s trilogy The Island of the Mighty, and a PhD in Theatre Studies from the University of Warwick, where she worked with Clive Barker, with a thesis on the Drama of J.M. Synge. She is Associate Professor at the University of Minho. Her research interests are Irish Literature and Theatre, and Myths and Legends of Ireland. She translated plays by English and Irish authors for productions in Braga and Porto and has also acted as a cultural advisor in theatre productions with various companies, namely the former TUM – Teatro Universitário do Minho, Teatro Nacional D. Maria II, Teatro Oficina, Mala Voadora, and Teatro Experimental do Porto. She is a co-founder of EFACIS – European Federation of Associations and Centres of Irish Studies.
Title: Migrating, belonging, and the ‘feeling of home’: Analyzing identity through narrative discourse Guest speaker: Martina Podboj Date: 18 November 2021, 11h00-12h20 Venue: Room Sala C137, Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa Organisation: University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies | RHOME – Representations of Home project
Abstract: Narrative, identity, and migration are three robust and complex notions that are studied from different perspectives in various disciplines within the humanities and social sciences. In this talk, I will attempt to outline their interconnectedness from a sociolinguistic perspective. I aim to present the background of narrative analysis in sociolinguistics and show how the analysis of narratives of personal experience about migration can be employed to investigate discursive construction of identity. I will illustrate this through examples of authentic narratives told by different profiles of female migrants (professional glomads, economic migrants, climate migrants). I will focus on how they rely on various linguistic devices and discursive strategies to express belonging, agency, and authenticity in social contexts characterized by uncertainty and instability.
Bio note: Martina Podboj is a junior researcher and teaching assistant at the Department of English Studies, University of Rijeka, Croatia. She conducted her doctoral research at the University of Alberta, Canada, as a visiting doctoral research fellow (2017-2018) and received her PhD in Linguistics from the University of Zagreb in 2019. Her main research interests include sociolinguistics, narrative and discourse analysis, and second language acquisition. She is also an associate lecturer of Croatian as a Second Language at the University of Zagreb, Croatia.
Title: Trends and Culture Management Colloquium: new beginnings This is an international scientific activity aimed at communicating research results in the fields of trends and culture management. When: 25, 27 and 28 May 2021 Where: Online (all sessions will take place on Zoom/Google Meet) Keynote: Devon Powers (Temple University, USA) Main Topics: Cultural Management; Strategic Cultural Analysis; Trends and Innovation; Trends Identification/Analysis; Socio-cultural Trends and Strategy; Lifestyles. What: Scientific Keynote Lecture; Scientific Communications; Roundtables.
Trends Studies are a growing business and academic enterprise. They look to the complex dynamics and objects/phenomena that are changing the socio-cultural landscape. For this, they look to the past and the present to find patterns and cultural innovations capable of generating insights. They work together with a strategic cultural analysis. This management and analysis of cultural data provides a much needed compass for strategic development in areas like communication and branding in general. Our online “Trends and Culture Management Colloquium: new beginnings” will tackle these matters.
A Primeira Gramática do Cinema: Oficina que tem como objectivo familiarizar os seus participantes com as bases teórico-práticas sobre Montagem Fílmica. Os participantes finalizam a oficina dando os primeiros passos no mundo da montagem fílmica.
A Oficina de Montagem Fílmica realiza-se a 11 de Dezembro, das 10h-12h. O Curso tem 15 vagas e os valores são de 25€ para Estudantes da ULisboa, 30€ para o público em geral.
Os interessados em inscrever-se deverão fazê-lo até dia 2 de Dezembro. Para tal, será necessário preencher a ficha de inscrição com todos os dados solicitados e remetê-la para email@example.com até ao prazo indicado. Posteriormente, serão indicados os passos a realizar para efetuar o pagamento da inscrição.
Oficina dedicada à construção de um projeto de escrita para ficção audiovisual, desde a concepção da ideia ao momento do pitching. As sessões abordam as componentes introdutórias para o desenvolvimento de um projecto audiovisual, numa aplicação prática e objectiva.
A Oficina de Ficção Audiovisual realiza-se a 28 de Maio, das 09h-12h e das 13h às 16h. O Curso tem 20 vagas e os valores são de 25€ para Estudantes da ULisboa, 30€ para o público em geral.
Bio note: Jonaki Ray was educated in India (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur) and the USA (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign). A scientist by education and training, and a software engineer (briefly) in the past, she is now a poet, writer, and editor in New Delhi, India.
Jonaki was nominated for the Pushcart Prize and the Forward Prize for Best Single Poem, and won the First Prize in the 2017 (Oxford Brookes International Poetry Contest, ESL category). She is a 2019 Iceland Writers Retreat Alumni Award winner and has been shortlisted for multiple other awards, including the 2018 Gregory O’Donoghue International Poetry Prize and the 2016 Writers’ HQ International Fiction Contest.
Her work has been published in Poetry, The Rumpus, Southword Journal, So to Speak Journal, Lunch Ticket, Indian Literature (India’s National Academy of Letters), and elsewhere. To know more, visit https://jonakiray.com.