Memory, History and Society

Memory, History and Society

The main objective of this RG is to study social, economic, political and institutional changes in the contemporary world from a historical perspective. The research outcomes of the members of this RG emphasise the Portuguese case and the close relationship between Portugal and the countries with strong historical connections, taking into account their belonging to a global world.

The relevance of the processes of construction, reconstruction and appropriation of historical memory has been increasingly assumed in the research agenda of this RG. Such incursion reinforces the central place of the historical object that structures the RG's identity, unfolding the multiple approaches put forward by its members, namely within the scope of political, social, economic, institutional, intellectual and cultural history. The lines of investigation followed by the members of the RG are unified by a common interest: the production of studies on historical objects covering themes that are relevant to the ICS research agenda on social changes in the contemporary world.

The use of research methods and research heuristics that are typical of the historian's profession, but also used by other social scientists, takes into account the multiple dimensions of analysis that are indispensable for the study of contemporary societies, with a view to identifying the origins of problems and societal challenges, as well as the construction and transmission of memories of the past that reverberate in the present time. In this way, the RG gives continuity to the ICS legacy as a research unit that, since its foundation, has always sought to cross historical studies with the contributions of the various social sciences and cultural studies.

The continuities and changes that occur in the contemporary world benefit from a historical contextualization in the longue durée dynamics. By doing research on documentary and oral sources, and equipped with research tools that allow the construction of historical data series, the researchers belonging to this RG promote a constructive and multidisciplinary dialogue that demonstrates the importance of Memory and History for a better knowledge of Society.

GI Seminars
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 06/02/2023 - 14:30
Sala 2 & Zoom
Guilherme Lambais (ICS-ULisboa) e Nuno Palma (University of Manchester; ICS; CEPR)
Seminars and Workshops
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 16/01/2023 - 14:30
Sala 2 e Videoconferência
Duncan Simpson
Seminars and Workshops
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 21/11/2022 - 14:30
Sala 2, ICS-ULisboa
Seminars and Workshops
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 31/10/2022 - 14:30
Sala 1, ICS-ULisboa
Seminars and Workshops
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 17/10/2022 - 11:00
Sala 2, ICS-ULisboa
GI Seminars
Memory, History and Society
Tue, 28/06/2022 - 11:00 to 12:30
ICS - Sala 1
John Nieto-Phillips
GI Seminars
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 06/06/2022 - 14:30 to 16:00
Hibrido (sala 2)
Jesus Bohorquez
GI Seminars
Memory, History and Society
Wed, 25/05/2022 - 14:30 to 16:03
Híbrido
Marta Verginella
GI Seminars
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 09/05/2022 - 14:30 to 16:00
Sala 3
Maximiliano M. Menz
GI Seminars
Memory, History and Society
Mon, 07/03/2022 - 14:30 to 16:00
Sala Maria de Sousa + online
Miguel Dantas da Cruz
Christ, G.Palma, NunoSmith, E.Velkar, A.(2020)How to read economic history sources quantitatively. In : G. Christ and P. Roessner (Eds.)History and Economic Life A Student’s Guide to Approaching Economic and Social History SourcesRoutledge[Book Chapter]
Palma, Nuno(2020)Historical account books as a source for quantitative history. In : G. Christ and P. Roessner (Eds.)History and Economic Life A Student’s Guide to Approaching Economic and Social History SourcesRoutledge[Book Chapter]
Birle, P.Muñoz Sánchez, A.(2020)Partnerschaft für die Demokratie Die Arbeit der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung in Brasilien und Portugal (Geschichte der internationalen Arbeit der Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Band 14)Verlag J. H. W. Dietz NachfOnline[Author Book]
Reis, J.(2020)Bagehot for “Followers”: How Did the Bank of Portugal Manage the First Post World War I Crisis?. In :  Brites Pereira, Luís, Mata, Maria Eugénia, Rocha de Sousa, Miguel (Eds.)Economic Globalization and Governance: Essays in Honor of Jorge Braga de Macedo, pp.13-34Springer[Book Chapter]
Morrison, J. A.Cardoso, J. L.(2021)Postscript: The IntellectualOrigins of European Integration. In : A. M. Cunha and C. E. Suprinyak (eds.)Political Economy and International Order in Interwar Europe (Palgrave Studies in the History of Economic Thought), pp.403-422 (First Online: 27 October 2020)Palgrave MacmillanOnline[Book Chapter]
Cardoso, J. L.(2020)Economists and Authoritarianism in Portugal (1926–1974): From Adherence to DissentResearch in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology Vol. 38B, pp.17-35EmeraldOnline[Jounal Article]
Simpson, D. (2020)The PIDE Between Memory and History: Revolutionary Tradition, Historiography, and the Missing Dimension in the Relation Between Society and Salazar’s Political Policee-Journal of Portuguese History Vol. 18, 1, pp.17-38Online[Jounal Article]
Muñoz Sánchez, A.(2020)¿Pero hubo influencia externa en la Transición? Mapeando el apoyo alemán al PSOE La Transición y sus relaciones con el exterior. In :  Mónica Fernández Amador y Rafael Quirosa-Cheyrouze y Muñoz (eds.)La Transición española y sus relaciones con el exterior, pp.371-402Silex[Book Chapter]
Amaral, LucianoSilva, A. F. da(2020)A Long International Monetary Fund Intervention: Portugal 1975-1979FEUNL Working Paper Series No. 635Online[Working Paper]
J. Bohorquez(2020)Rio de Janeiro and the silver mining economy of Potosi: trans-imperial, global, andcontractual approaches to South Atlantic markets (18th century)Almanack Vol. 24, ed00419Online[Jounal Article]
J. Bohorquez(2020)[Book review] Bianca Premo, The Enlightenment on trial: Ordinary litigants and colonialism in the Spanish EmpireNUevo MUndo Mundos Nuevos Vol. 1Online[Review]
Ramos, R.(2020)A sombra presidencial: os presidentes da Primeira República revisitados (1911-1926). In :  Luísa Leal de Faria, Nelson Ribeiro, João Carlos Espada, Peter Henenberg (Eds.)Homenagem ao Professor Doutor Manuel Braga da Cruz, pp.211-231Universidade Católica de Lisboa[Book Chapter]
Ramos, R.(2020)Antero de Quental. In : António M. Feijó, João R. Figueiredo, Miguel Tamen (Eds)O Cânone, pp.81-91Fundação Cupertino de Miranda / Edições Tinta-da-China[Book Chapter]
Ramos, R.(2020)Oliveira Martins. In : António M. Feijó, João R. Figueiredo, Miguel Tamen (Eds) O Cânone, pp.393-406Fundação Cupertino de Miranda / Edições Tinta-da-China[Book Chapter]
Ramos, R.(2020)Memórias. In : António M. Feijó, João R. Figueiredo, Miguel Tamen (Eds)O Cânone, pp.367-383Fundação Cupertino de Miranda / Edições Tinta-da-China[Book Chapter]
Muñoz Sánchez, A.(2021)"Rotspanier" vs. Bundesrepublik. Der Kampf der spanischen Zwangsarbeiter der Organisation Todt um ihre Anerkennung als Opfer des Nationalsozialismus (1956–1972)Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaft Vol. 69, 3, pp.240-259Online[Jounal Article]
Cova, A.(2021)Review of: Feminisms: A Global HistoryReviews in History, (review no. 2445)Online[Review]
Muñoz Sánchez, A.(2021)La lucha de los antiguos trabajadores forzados españoles del III Reich por ser reconocidos como víctimas del nazismo (1956-1972)Hispania Nova Vol. 19, pp.325-352Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2020)J. P. da Costa Leite (Lumbrales) e a teoria económica das crises em Portugal no contexto da Grande DepressãoMemórias da Academia das Ciências de Lisboa: classe de Letras Vol. XLI, pp.41-59Online[Jounal Article]
Cruz, M. D. da(2021)“Small government or big government?": Assessing state expansion in the war for colonial Brazil. In : Hélder Carvalhal, André Murteira, Roger Lee de Jesus (Eds.)The First World Empire: Portugal, War and Military Revolution, pp.104-118Routledge[Book Chapter]
Palma, NunoReis, J.(2021)Can autocracy promote literacy? Evidence from a cultural alignment success story Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization Vol. 186, pp.412-436Online[Jounal Article]
Pistola, R.(2021)Entre mutualismo & capitalismo: os caminhos do Montepio Geral (1840-1930)Theya Editores[Author Book]
Muñoz Sánchez, A.(2021) A Fundaçao Ebert na Revoluçao dos CravosFinisterra. Revista de Reflexão e Crítica Vol. 89, pp.57-68[Jounal Article]
Bolas, I.(2021)Cimento e corporativismo no Estado Novo. In : Ana Simões, Maria Paula Diogo (coord. geral), Maria Paula Diogo, Cristina Luís e M. Luísa Sousa Ciência (coord. do volume)Ciência, Tecnologia e Medicina na Construção de Portugal, Volume 4: Inovação e Contestação - Séc. XX, pp. 317-348Tinta-da-ChinaOnline[Book Chapter]
Chen, Y.Palma, NunoWard, F.(2021)Reconstruction of the Spanish money supply, 1492–1810Explorations in Economic History Vol. 81, 101401 Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2021)D. Rodrigo de Sousa Coutinho: economia política, ciência e poder. In : Ana Simões, Maria Paula Diogo (coord. geral), Ana Simões, Marta C. Lourenço, José Alberto Silva (coord. do volume)Ciência, Tecnologia e Medicina na Construção de Portugal, Volume 2: Razão e Progresso - Séc. XVIII , pp.231-254Tinta-da-ChinaOnline[Book Chapter]
Palma, NunoZhao, L.(2021)The Efficiency of the Chinese Silver Standard, 1920-1933Journal of Economic History Vol. 81, 3, pp.872-908Online[Jounal Article]
Palma, NunoPapadia, A.Pereira, T.Weller, L.(2021)Slavery and development in nineteenth century BrazilCapitalism: A Journal of History and Economics Vol. 2, 2, pp.372-426[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2021)The Reduced Impact of Impact Factors on the History of Economics CommunityŒconomia Vol. 11, 3, pp.497-508[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2021) [Reseña] Cosimo Perrotta, Is Capitalism still Progressive? A Historical Approach. Cham: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2020, 159 pp. ISBN 978-3-030-48169-8. 53,49 €Iberian Journal of the History of Economic Thought Vol. 8, 1, pp.99-100Online[Review]
Palma, Nuno(2022)The real effects of monetary expansions: evidence from a large-scale historical experimentThe Review of Economic Studies Vol. 89, 3, pp.1593-1627Oxford University PressOnline[Jounal Article]
Alonso, M.Palma, NunoSimon-Yarza, B.(2021)The value of political connections: Evidence from China's Anti-Corruption CampaignCAGE working paper no. 558Online[Working Paper]
Torreggiani, V.(2022)The Italian members of staff of the International Labour Organization: a collective biography (1919–1939)Journal of Modern Italian Studies Vol. 27, 5, pp.697-720(Published online 25 Jan 2022)Online[Jounal Article]
Torreggiani, V.(2022)Corporatism in Early Twentieth-Century Britain: Three Alternatives for a Post-Liberal OrderContemporary European History Vol. 31, 3, pp.381-400Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2021)Quasi una fantasia: marcos autobiográficos da formação económica de Celso FurtadoAnálise Social Vol. LVI (4.º), 241, pp.620-640Online[Jounal Article]
Carvalho, R. A. de(2022)1933 - Salazarism and the Interwar Dictatorships. In : Fiolhais, C., Franco, J. E., Paiva, J. P. (Eds.)The global history of Portugal: from prehistory to the modern world, pp.324-328Sussex Academic PressOnline[Book Chapter]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)1986 - Portugal's membership to the European Economic Community. In : Cardoso, J. L.The global history of Portugal: from prehistory to the modern world, pp.358-361Sussex Academic PressOnline[Book Chapter]
Castelo, Cláudia(2022)Recherche et développement dans les colonies portugaises d’Afrique : l’impulsion de la coopération scienti que interimpériale (1950-1962)Revue d’Histoire Contemporaine de l’Afrique, 3, pp.35-48Online[Jounal Article]
Torreggiani, V.(2022)Uniformità, frammentazione e conflitto. Capitalismo e azione collettiva nell’Italia liberale (1861-1914)Edizione di Storia e letteratura[Author Book]
Simpson, D. (2022)«Tenho o prazer de informar o Senhor Director...»: Cartas de portugueses à PIDE (1958-1968)BookBuilders / Letras Errantes[Author Book]
Simpson, D. Carvalho, R. A. de(2022)O «encanto» multifacetado do Estado Novo: doadores de livros estrangeiros na biblioteca de Salazar. In : Pinto, A. C. (Ed.)O Estado Novo de Salazar: uma terceira via autoritária na era do fascismo, pp.55-83Edições 70Online[Book Chapter]
Lopes, A. M.(2022)The invisibility of Portuguese stepfamilies: the relationships between stepparents, stepchildren and half-siblings in eighteenth– and nineteenth–centuryThe History of the Family, Vol. 27, 7, pp.521-545Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)Portuguese Economic Journal, past and futurePortuguese Economic Journal Vol. 21, pp.271-282(Published online 27 Abril 2022)Online[Jounal Article]
Silva, I. C. da(2022)“O Brasileiro”: sociabilidade, categorização social e estatuto transnacionais oitocentistasTempo e Argumento, Florianópolis Vol. 14, 35, e0103Online[Jounal Article]
Silva, I. C. da(2022)The twilight of Portuguese kingship between religion and secularism (1853–1910)Nineteenth-Century Contexts Vol. 44, 1, pp.39-55Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)A Revolução Liberal De 1820: Guião De Uma Revolução InacabadaAlmanack Vol. 30, ed00422Online[Jounal Article]
Silva, I. C. da(2022)Os Braganças de cá e de lá: legitimidade, soberania e os teatros de poder da dinastia. In : Stumpf, R., Monteiro, N. (Coord)1822: Das Américas portuguesas ao Brasil, pp.151-185Casa das LetrasOnline[Book Chapter]
Pinto, A. C.Paris, A.(2023)Democratization and its legacies. In : Fernandes, J. M., Magalhães, P. C.; Pinto, A. C. (Eds.) The Oxford handbook of portuguese Politics., pp.18-37Oxford University PressOnline[Book Chapter]
Castelo, Cláudia(2022)Ruy Cinatti e a abertura de Timor português à antropologia social no colonialismo tardio. In : Roque, R. (Org).Timor etnográfico: etnografias coloniais portuguesas no século XX, pp.187-216.Imprensa de Ciências SociaisOnline[Book Chapter]
Pereira, M. H.Araújo, A. C.Alves, D.Alves, J. F.Cardoso, J. L.Lousada, M. Ade Castro, Z. O(2022)A revolução de 1820: Leituras e impactosImprensa de Ciências SociaisOnline[Editor Book]
O'Brien, P. K.Palma, Nuno(2023)Not an ordinary bank but a great engine of state: The Bank of England and the British economy, 1694–1844Economic History Review Vol. 76, 1, pp.305-329(Published online 2 september)Online[Jounal Article]
Palma, NunoAlonso, M.Simon-Yarza, B.(2022)The value of political connections: evidence from China's anti-corruption campaignJournal of Institutional Economics Vol. 18 , 5, pp.785–805Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)A economia e o enquadramento internacional do Império Luso-Brasileiro, 1808-1822. In :  Fundação Alexandre de Gusmão (Org.)As singularidades da independência do Brasil, pp.47-77FUNAGOnline[Book Chapter]
Monteiro, N. G.(2022)El liberalismo Portugués en la década de 1820: colapso imperial y reformas civiles. In : Frasquet, I., Rosa, J. E., Monerris, E. G. (Eds)El trienio liberal y el espacio Atlántico - diálogos entre dos mundos, pp.51-74Marcial Pons HistoriaOnline[Book Chapter]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)Alfredo da Silva, a CUF e a gestão do contexto político, económico e social. In : Cruz, M. B. (coord.).Atas da Conferência Nacional «150 anos de Alfredo da Silva», pp.51-74PrincípiaOnline[Book Chapter]
J. Bohorquez(2022)Neither absolutism nor negotiation: Spanish empire building and political economy in the 18thcentury caribbeanRevista de Historia Economica - Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History Vol. 40, 2, pp.313-348Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)Economia, política social e desenvolvimento nos primeiros escritos de Manuela Silva (1957-1961). In : Rodrigues, C. F., Mendes, J. M. Z., Alves, M. B.O legado de Manuela Silva: um desafio para o futuro, pp.237-255AlmedinaOnline[Book Chapter]
Castelo, Cláudia(2022)Introdução: Desenvolvimento, cooperação e ciência na era da descolonização. In : Sarmento, J. (Ed.)Orlando Ribeiro. Cadernos de Campo Angola 1960-1969, pp.11-20HúmusOnline[Book Chapter]
Allen, Ann TaylorCova, A.(2022)Introduction: transnational women’s activismWomen's History Review(Published online: 27 Oct 2022)Online[Jounal Article]
Cova, A.(2022)Women, religion and associativism: the aristocratic origins of the National Council of Italian Women, 1903–1908Women's History Review(Published online: 27 Oct 2022)Online[Jounal Article]
Palma, NunoReis, J.Rodrigues, Lisbeth(2022)Historical gender discrimination does not explain comparative Western European development: Evidence from Portugal, 1300-1900Explorations in Economic History, art. 101481(Available online 5 November 2022)Online[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)José da Silva Carvalho, o Vintismo e o Governo do Reino (1820-1823). In: Câmara Municipal de Santa Comba Dão, José da Silva Carvalho e o Bicentenário da Revolução Liberal de 1820. Atas dos Colóquios realizados em Santa Comba Dão, 22 de Janeiro 2018, 1-2 d, pp.179-198Edições EsgotadasOnline[Minutes]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)As sensibilidades políticas do vintismoLer História, 81, pp.165-184ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de LisboaOnline[Jounal Article]
Cardoso, J. L.(2022)Da liberdade econômica à independência política do Brasil (1808-1822)Topoi (Rio J.) Vol. 23, 51, pp.681-698UFRJOnline[Jounal Article]
Cruz, M. D. da(2022)Petitioning in the Atlanting World, c. 1500-1840: empires, revolutions and social movementsPalgrave Macmillan[Editor Book]
Cruz, M. D. da(2022)Introduction: Atlantic Petitionary traditions and developments. In : Cruz, M. D. da (Ed.) Petitioning in the Atlanting World, c. 1500-1840: empires, revolutions and social movements, pp.1-18Palgrave MacmillanOnline[Book Chapter]
Cruz, M. D. da(2022)The petitionary wave of the first portuguese liberal revolution (1820-1823). In : Cruz, M. D. da (Ed.)Petitioning in the Atlanting World, c. 1500-1840: empires, revolutions and social movements, pp.241-262Palgrave MacmillanOnline[Book Chapter]
Muñoz Sánchez, A.(2022)Los trabajadores gallegos de la Alemania nazi, pp.21-59Online[Minutes]
Cardoso, J. L.(2023)Money, debt and politics: the Bank of Lisbon and the portuguese liveral revolution of 1820Routledge[Author Book]
Pinto, A. C.Simpson, D. (2023)Salazar's Portugal: Living 'by habit' in na authoritarian regime. In : Pine, L. (Ed.).Dictatorship and daily life in twentieth-century Europe, pp.101-121Bloomsbury AcademicOnline[Book Chapter]
Lambais, G. B.Sigstad, H.(2023)Judicial subversion: The effects of political power on court outcomesJournal of Public Economics Vol. 217art. 104788Online[Jounal Article]
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