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Graça Índias Cordeiro
Department of Social Research Methods
Office AA2.02
Locker 202-A
Telephone 210464223
(ext:) 220261
Research Fields
Urban Anthropology
Urban Ethnography
Urban sociability
Urban ethnicity
Migration and diaspora
Urban community and street life
Urban heritage and imagining
Portuguese Speakers (EUA)
Research Group
Migration, Mobility and Ethnicity
Graça Índias Cordeiro (Lisbon, 1960, PhD in Anthropology, 1996), anthropologist, professor at ISCTE-IUL, has long experience teaching and researching cities and urban life, territories and identity, urban neighborhoods and communities, sociability, representations and urban imagery. Lisbon has been her main field site, but currently she is carrying out an ethnographic and historical research on the meanings of the 'Portuguese' category in the Metro Boston. She is the author and co-author of several national and international publications, has coordinated two doctoral programs in the area of urban studies and has been a visiting professor in Spain, Brazil and the United States of America, where she was, in Spring 2019, the first Gulbenkian / Saab Visiting Scholar in Portuguese Studies at UMass, Lowel.
Educational Qualifications
Recent Publications