Isabel Corrêa da Silva
Isabel Corrêa da Silva (Lisbon, 1981) holds a PhD in History from the University of Lisbon (1st edition of the Inter-University Doctoral Program in History, since 2012, with the thesis Fraternal Mirror: Brazil and Portuguese republicanism in the transition to the century XX (Divine Comedy: 2012), published in the framework of the Commemorations of the Year of Portugal in Brazil and of Brazil in Portugal, is currently postdoctoral fellowship of the Foundation for Science and Technology at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon.
Since 2008 he has been a member of the Group of Political Studies and International Relations of the Center for the History of Culture, Universidade Nova de Lisboa since 2011, and has been a member since 2011 of the Portugal-Brazil Relations study group of the National Defense Institute and a founding member of the Political Observatory (2010). She was a researcher at the Museum of the Presidency of the Republic and a Fellow of the Foundation for Science and Technology, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian and Fundação Oriente.
Has participated in several research projects and published work in the areas of Contemporary History of Portugal and Luso-Brazilian relations. In recent years, it has developed lines of work in cooperation with Brazil, highlighting recently the participation in the "São Paulo School of Advanced Studies on the Globalization of Culture in the Nineteenth Century" (UNICAMP, USP: 2012), and collaborated with institutions such as Casa Ruy Barbosa or the Research and Documentation Center of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro. At present, his research interests concentrate on the study of the sources for political and cultural history of the nineteenth century, on the study of the representations of power and on the political culture of the nineteenth-century constitutional monarchies in Europe and Brazil.
|"Monarquia secular e o "corpo mistico" do Rei constitucional em Portugal!||Corte, Monarquia y Nación Liberal. En torno al Rey y la modernización política de Espana (1833-1885)||21/11/2018|
|Rey santo, rey profano: secularización del Estado y desacralización de la Corona en los reinados de Pedro V y Luís I de Portugal (1853-1889)||Congresso Corte, Monarquia y Nación Liberal. En torno al Rey y la modernización política de Espana (1833-1885)||21/11/2018|
|Insignias y ceremoniales de realeza en la monarquía constitucional portuguesa||XIV Congreso de la Asociación de Historia Contemporánea: del siglo XIX al XXI. Tendencias y debates||20/09/2018|
|The virtuous king and the maiden queen: the memory of Pedro V and Stephanie of Portugal between history and legend||7th Meeting of the Royal Studies Network – “Kings and Queens 7: Ruling Sexualities: sexuality, gender and the crown”||09/07/2018|