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Isabel Maria do Nascimento Simões Ferreira (collaborator)

Research Group: English Studies: Culture (RG 2)
Professional Title: Coordinating Lecturer
Academic Degrees: (1999) Doctorate in Anglo-Portuguese Studies, Literature,  U Nova Lisboa; (1989) MaA in Anglo-Portuguese Studies, U Nova Lisboa; (1982) First Degree in Modern Languages and Literature, English and German Studies, U Lisboa.
Institutional Address: Escola Superior de Comunicação Social – Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, Campus de Benfica do IPL, 1549-014 Lisboa, Portugal.
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Research Projects:

  • The British Empire: Ideologies, Perspectives, Perceptions. (Scient. Coord. LLFaria, CEAUL/ULICES). Collaborator.

Main Achievements:

  • Responsible for the Master of Arts degree in Journalism  / ESCS- Escola Superior de Comunicação Social, Lisboa.

Research Outputs

Publications in peer reviewed journals and/or other publications:

  • (2013). “The Wedding of Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles: Royal Mediation and Press Mediatization.” Catalan Journal of Communication & Cultural Studies. Vol. 5 Nr. 1: 83-96.
  • (2012). “East of Suez and the Imaginary Tangles of Space and Self.” Op.Cit. Series II. Nr. 1: 34-45.
  • (2008). “An Interview with Norman Fairclough.” Comunicação Pública. Revista Multidisciplinar de Comunicação. Vol. 3. Nr. 6: 7-16.

Further supervision:

  • (2012). Supervision of João Santos Ferreira, “A União Europeia e os Média: a Cobertura das Cimeiras do Conselho Europeu na Imprensa Portuguesa em 2011 (The EU and the Media: the Coverage of the European Council Summits by the Portuguese Press, 2011),” ESCS, (MA in Journalism). Final Mark: 18/20. Dec.
  • (2012). Supervision of Ana Maria Carneiro, “A Cobertura Jornalística das Eleições Legislativas de 2009: uma Análise do Discurso Comparativa (The Journalistic Coverage of the 2009 Legislative Elections: a Comparative Discourse Analysis),” ESCS, (MA in Journalism). Final Mark: 17/20. Dec.
  • (2012). Supervision of Tatiana Dantas Calmon, “A Corrida de Lula da Silva à Presidência: a Mitificação do Candidato e os Ecos na Imprensa Semanal Portuguesa (The Run-up of Lula da Silva to the Presidency: the Mitification of the Candidate and the Echoes in the Weekly Portuguese Press),” ESCS, (MA in Journalism). Final Mark: 16/20. Dec.
  • (2011). Supervision of Liliana da Silva Henriques, “A Cobertura Jornalística da Gripe A: Informação e/ou Alarmismo? (The Journalistic Coverage of the Swine Flu: Information and/or Alarmism?),” ESCS, (MA in Journalism). Final Mark: 17/20. Jan.
  • (2011). Supervision of Susana Ferrador, “Relatório de Estágio Curricular na RTP1: Observação, Prática e Reflexões (Internship Report at RTP 1: Participant Observation, Practice and Reflections),” ESCS, (MA Internship Report in Journalism). Final Mark: 13/20. Jan.
  • (2011). Supervision of Nídia Faria, “Eça de Queirós e Rui Cardoso Martins: Dois Praticantes da Arte da Crónica e da Sátira Social (Eça de Queirós e Rui Cardoso Martins: Two Practioners of the Art of Chronicle Writing and Social Satire),” ESCS, (MA in Journalism). Final Mark: 18/20. Jan.

Conference proceedings:

  • (2010). “Teaching English for Social Sciences: Making it Content-Based and Culturally Relevant.” In Heine, Carmen and Enberg, Jan (Eds.) Reconceptualizing LSP. Online Proceedings of the XVII European LSP Symposium 2009.

Chapters in books, including contributions to conference proceedings, contributions to festschriften, essays in collections:

  • (2013). “O Reinado de Isabel II e a Relação com os Média.” In CVFerreira et al (Eds.) A Scholar for All Seasons. Homenagem a João Almeida Flor. Lisboa: CEAUL, 405-419.
  • (2011). “Nabobs and the Foundation of the British Empire in India.” In ASerras (Ed.)  Empire Building and Modernity. Lisboa: CEAUL, 155-168.
  • (2010). “A Raça e o Império: a Oscilação entre o Essencialismo Estereotipado e a Ambivalência do Discurso Colonial.” In CVFerreira and TMalafaia (Eds.) The British Empire / O Império Britânico. Lisboa: CEAUL, 90-101.
  • (2008). Translation of Jonathan Leach, Rough Sketches of the Life of an Old Soldier (1831). In A Guerra Peninsular em Portugal. Relatos Britânicos. Lisboa: Caleidoscópio, 221-236.

Organisation of scientific dissemination activities:

  • (2013). Org. Seminar on Europe and Journalism. Escola Superior de Comunicação Social, Lisboa, 6-7 May.
  • (2012). Org. Committee of Conf. Political Conflict and the Media: Discourse and Narratives and The Media Construction of Political Conflict in Spain: a Project. Escola Superior de Comunicação Social, Lisboa, 8-9 May.
  • (2012). Co-org. (with Vasco Câmara) Conf. Journalism and Cinema. Escola Superior de Comunicação Social, Lisboa, 8-9 May.
  • (2011). Org. Conf. News Critical Analysis. Escola Superior de Comunicação Social. Lisboa, 24 May.
  • (2009). Co-org. (with Paulo Moura) Int. Seminar Literary Journalism: a Practical Perspective. Escola Superior de Comunicação Social, Lisboa, 8-9 May.
  • (2008). Org. Cycle Conferences: Mediation in New Labour’s Modernization of Government: a Critical Discourse Analysis PerspectiveLinking Analysis of Media Texts to Social Analysis: Methodology in Critical Discourse Analysis; News from Nowhere? Locating BBC television News; Maps, Memories and Myths: the World according to European Sports Journalists; Everyday Pornographies – Television, Pornography & Feminist Media Studies; The Pop Song in Film. Escola Superior de Comunicação Social, Lisboa, 13-14, 26-27 May.

Other activities

Presentations in international conferences:

  • (2012). “British Discourses on Portuguese Deeds of Heroism and Decadence in the Context of Sea-faring Travels and Empire-Building: India and the Asian Trade.” One-day Conference on Anglo-Portuguese Studies: Historical, Cultural and Literary Anglo-Portuguese Relations, U London, 12 Oct.
  • (2012). “From Auxiliary to Emancipatory Travel-Writing: Discourses of Confinement and Freedom in the Travelogues of Emily Eden and Louise Jebb Wilkins.” Int. Conf. Moving Dangerously: Women and Travel, 1850-1950. Newcastle U, 13-14 Apr.

Presentations in national conferences:

  • (2012). “Reflections on Portuguese and English Overseas Travel Accounts: the Articulation of the Expansionist Drive and Nation in Luís de Camões and Richard Hakluyt.” 2nd International Conf. Anglo-Portuguese Studies, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, 18-20 Apr.
  • (2010). “Travelling to India: Eliza Fay’s Narrative Account of her Voyages.” Int. Conf. Cross Travelling-Mobility and Transfers, U Madeira, 23-25 Sep.
  • (2008). “A Narrativa de Viagem e a Construção do Império Britânico no Oriente: os Contributos de Richard Hakluyt e Samuel Purchas, e o Uso dos Exemplos Portugueses.” Int. Conf. Do Brasil a Macau: Narrativas de Viagem e Espaços de Diáspora, U Lisboa, 10-14 Sep.

Future research:

  • (2013). Translation of A.C. Inchbold, Lisbon and Cintra. With Some Account of Other Cities and Historical Sites in Portugal , 1907. In Lisboa Vista por Estrangeiros. Lisboa: CETAPS/ Caleidoscópio (Fall/Winter).

 

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