Nuno Domingos is a research fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences - University of Lisbon.
He has a PhD in social anthropology (School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London).
He researches the history of Portuguese colonialism, especially in Mozambique during the period of the Estado Novo. In his PhD he produced a historical anthropology of colonial Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, focusing on the dissemination of modern popular culture in the form of sports practices and consumptions. More recentlly he began a research project on the history of Portuguese wine in the colonial and postcolonial contexts. This last project is deeply related with the broader development of studies on the anthropology of food at ICS.
He also worked on the social and cultural policies of the Estado Novo regime. In his master's thesis he explored the dynamics of the Portuguese corporatism through the study of an opera company based in Lisbon. After that, but still related with the Portuguese Estado novo, he published researches on reading practices and on the history of sport in Portugal.
He is currently the principal investigator of the project "The Portuguese colonial empire and urban popular culture: comparative visions of the metropolis and the colonies" (1945-1974) PTDC / CPC-CMP / 2661/2014
He is co-editor of the book series História e Sociedade (Edições 70) and co-editor of the book collection of the publisher Outro Modo.
|Autor meets Critic. Kicking Empire: Football in Colonial African||African Studies Association’s 61st Annual Meeting||29/12/2018|
|“Sports & Nationalismes”||Rencontre autour de la revue Lusotopie||13/12/2018|
|Cultura Popular e Império||Encontro Cultura Popular e Império||11/12/2018|
|A criação corporativa do vinho português||Mediterrâneo: Território dos 5 Sentidos||13/09/2018|
|Pierre Bourdieu: “Capital simbólico e classes sociais"||Ciclo de leitura: classes trabalhadoras||02/07/2018|
|Os Africanos de Lourenço Marques de António Rita-Ferreira e as políticas de modernização em Moçambique||Oficina ciência e império na era da descolonização||25/06/2018|
|Popular culture and late colonialism in Mozambique: dynamics and legacies||The legacies of empire: contexts, cases and dynamics||18/05/2018|
|Palavras que procuram substituir imagens: a performance como fonte de uma antropologia histórica do corpo||Ciclo de Seminários Colonialismo, Pós-Colonialismo e Modernidades Comparadas Imagens, Performances e História||24/12/2017|