Filipa Raimundo is postdoctoral research fellow at ICS since 2014, where she integrates the Research Groups 'Regimes and Institutions' and 'Attitudes and Behaviors Socio-Political'. She is also guest assistant professor at the Department of Political Science and Public Policy at ISCTE - Lisbon University Institute.
Her current project, funded by FCT-MCTES, focuses on the politics of the past and elite and mass attitudes towards the authoritarian past in Portugal and Brazil.
In 2014, her PhD thesis received the Honorable Mention of the Portuguese Political Science Association.
Research interests: democracy, transitional justice, quality of democracy, legislative studies, policy making and European integration.
Recent courses: Political Institutions, Political Theory, European Politics, Public Administration and the Quality of Democracy and Citizenship and Political Culture
- The Quality of Democracy Barometer (coordination Marina Costa Lobo, ICS-Ulisboa)
- Lusophone Connections: dictatorship and democracy in Portuguese (coordination Claudia Viscardi, UFJF-MG and Isabel Correa da Silva, ICS-ULisboa)
- From Representation to Legitimacy? Political Parties and Interest Groups in Southern Europe (coordination Marco Lisi, FCSH / UNL)
- Head of the Political Science Graduate Seminar (2015-17)
- Member of the Editorial Board of the Journal R: I International Relations (2016-)
Filipa Raimundo holds a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from the European University Institute (2012, Florence), an MA in Comparative Politics from the Institute of Social Sciences, University of Lisbon (2007) and a BA in Sociology from the NOVA University of Lisbon (2004).
She has been a visiting scholar at the University of São Paulo, the University of California at Berkeley, and the Juan March Institute in Madrid.
Her interests include democratizations, transitional justice, the quality of democracy, legislative studies, decision-making and European integration.
Before joining the ICS, she was postdoctoral fellow at the Department of Law, Economics and Governance of the University of Utrecht (2013) and Research Assistant at the Robert Schumann Centre for Advanced Studies (RSCAS) of the European University Institute (2012).
Her work has been published by journals such as Democratization and Portuguese Journal of Social Science, and by Palgrave/Macmillan, Civilização Brasileira, Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Intersentia, and Columbia University Press.