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Paula Sofia de Carvalho do Carmo Rama da Silva

Research Group: English Studies: Culture (GI 2)
Professional Title: Junior Lecturer
Graus Académicos: MA
Institutional Address: CEAUL -Faculdade de Letras da Universidade de Lisboa, Alameda da Universidade, 1600-214 Lisboa
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Research Projects:

  • The British Empire. Ideology, Perspectives, Perceptions. (Scient. Coord. LLFaria, CEAUL/ULICES). Researcher.

Main Achievements:

  • (2014). European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training grant part of the Study Visits Lifelong Learning Programme, University of West of Scotland: “Training for Employment and entrepreneurship: meeting incentives conferences and exhibitions”, Glasgow, 10-14 March.
  • (2013). Socrates-Erasmus teaching grant, Budapest Business School, Budapest, 7-11May.
  • (2012). FCT short stay grant, Int. Conf. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Malta, 19-24 Feb.
  • (2011). FCT short stay grant, Int. Conf. International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Praga, Jun.
  • (2011). Socrates-Erasmus teaching grant, Erasmushogeschool Brussel/Erasmus U College, 17-21 May.
  • (2010). Socrates-Erasmus teaching grant, U College Birmingham, 10-14 May.
  • (2010): Irish Embassy/Instituto Camões grant, 62nd Int. Summer School Cultural Heritage and Social Change in Ireland: Global Answers for Local Questions, U Dublin, 14-23 Jun.
  • (2010). FCT short stay grant, Conf. EDULEARN10, Barcelona, Jul.
  • (2009). “Assessing the in-service EFL teacher in the Portuguese system - a proposed model”, (Supervisor: CCeia, UHL-FCSH), U Nova de Lisboa, (MA in English Studies).

Research Outputs

Publications in peer reviewed journals and/or other publications:

  • (2013). “Hogarth and the Role of Engraving in Eighteenth-Century London". Entre Classicismo e Romantismo - Ensaios de Cultura e Literatura V, Studies in Classicism and Romanticism 2: 41-55
  • (2012). “Hogarth and the Black Poor in 18th-century Britain”. Humanities and Social Sciences Review Vol. 1, No. 3: 134-144
  • (2011). “A Matter of Hair in Hogarthian London.” International Journal of Arts and Sciences. Vol. 4, Nr. 24.
  • (2011). “Hogarth and the Art of Engraving in London’s Society.” International Journal of Arts and Sciences. Vol. 4. Nr. 24.
  • (2010). “A Day in Hogarth’s London.” The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences. Vol. 5. Issue 5 (Oct.): 423-438.
  • (2010). “Teachers Assessment in Secondary and Higher Education – The What and the How.” International Journal of Arts and Sciences. Vol. 3. Nr. 17.

Conference proceedings:

  • (2011). “Our lady of Fatima: Myth, Image and Globalization.” In A Europa das Nacionalidades. Mitos de Origem: Discursos Modernos e Pós-Modernos Proceedings, U Aveiro.
  • (2011). “The Impact of Task Based Learning in English Language Teaching.” In INTE2011 New Horizons in Education Proceedings, Inst. Politécnico Guarda.
  • (2011). “A Avaliação do Desempenho Docente - O Professor de Língua Inglesa.” In Guia XI Nacional da Sociedade Portuguesa das Ciências da Educação, Inst. Politécnico.
  • (2010). “Assessing EFL Teachers – Reflections on the What and the How?” In Actas do Congresso Internacional Línguas 2010: Pontes, Portas, Janelas, Espelhos e Redes. Guarda: Aprolínguas e ReCLes.pt.
  • (2010). “Student learning styles and teaching strategies – Task Based Learning in English Language Teaching.” In Proceedings Conf. 15th European Learning Styles Information Network (ELSIN), U Aveiro.
  • (2010). “The relevance of differentiating language learners – a Learner Profile.” In EDULEARN10 Proceedings, Barcelona.
  • (2010). “Mobility Exchange Programmes – A Teacher Learning Experience Abroad.” Int. Conf. Education, Research and Innovation. In ICERI2010 Proceedings, Madrid.
  • (2010). (Co-auth. Margarida Cachão) “How to Maximize the Use of ICT in the EFL Classroom.” In ticEDUCA 2010 – INOVAÇÃO CURRICULAR COM TIC.

Other activities:

  • Institutional Coordinator of ERASMUS Programme at ESHTE.
  • Member of the referees chart of The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences.
  • Associação Portuguesa de Estudos Anglo-Americanos. Member.
  • Member of the Pedagogic Board of ESHTE.
  • (2009). Supervision: Ressano Garcia, Introdução às Bases de Dados: Relacionamento Simples.
  • Tradução do site da empresa Wine Connection and Wine Boutique http://www.loja.wineboutique.pt/.

Presentations in international conferences:

Poster:

  • (2012). “Hogarth, Britain and France: The Roast Beef of Old England or The Gate of Calais.” Int. Conf. Understanding Britain 2012, U London.
  • (2012). “Hogarth and the Black Poor in 18th-century Britain.” Conf. International Journal of Academic Studies, Malta, Feb.
  • (2011). “A Matter of Hair in Hogarthian London.” Conf. International Journal of Academic Studies, Praga, Jun.
  • (2011). “Law and Disorder in 18th Century London: Hogarth’s Four Stages of Cruelty.” Int. Conf. Londonicity 2011, U London, July.
  • (2010). “Teachers Assessment in Secondary and Higher Education - The What and the How.” Conf. International Journal of Academic Studies, Provence, Jun.
  • (2010). “The relevance of differentiating language learners – a Learner Profile.” EDULEARN10, Barcelona, July
  • (2010). “A Day in Hogarth’s London.” 5th Int. Conf. Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, U Cambridge, Aug.
  • (2010). “Mobility Exchange Programmes – A Teacher Learning Experience Abroad.” Int. Conf. Education, Research and Innovation, ICERI2010, Madrid, Nov.

Presentations in national conferences:

Poster:

  • (2013).“Raising awareness on the relevance of the formation of the destination image” VI International Tourism Congress, ESTM, Peniche, Nov.
  • (2013). “Smells and Sounds in 18th century Hogarthian London.” Int. Conf. Sensing the City: Explorations in Sensory Ethnography, U Lisboa, Feb.
  • (2013). “(In)securities in 18th century Visual Culture – Hogarthian London.” Int. Conf. Images of Terror, Narratives of (In)security, U Lisboa, April.
  • (2012). “Hogarth and the Physicians.” 33rd Conf. APEAA, U Católica, 20-22 Sep.
  • (2012). “The Parish Boys’ Progress in Hogarth and Dickens.” Int. Conf. Charles Dickens and His Time, U Nova de Lisboa, Jun.
  • (2011). “Our lady of Fatima: Myth, Image and Globalization” Int. Conf. A Europa das Nacionalidades. Mitos de Origem: Discursos Modernos e Pós-Modernos, U Aveiro, May.
  • (2011). “Hogarth and the Role of Engraving in 18th Century London.” 32nd Conf. APEAA, U Coimbra, May.
  • (2011). “The Impact of Task Based Learning in English Language Teaching.” Int. Conf. INTE 2011 New Horizons in Education, Inst. Politécnico da Guarda, June.
  • (2011). “A Avaliação do Desempenho Docente - O Professor de Língua Inglesa.” XI Cong. Nacional da Sociedade Portuguesa das Ciências da Educação, Inst. Politécnico Guarda, June.
  • (2011). “Writing the City of London through Hogarth’s Times.” Second International Conference of Young Urban Researchers (SICYURB), ISCTE, Oct.
  • (2011). “Hogarth’s reflections on the Empire in Black and White.” Int. Conf. Reviewing Imperial Conflicts, U Lisboa, Oct.
  • (2011). “Engaging Foreign Languages Educational Needs in the Future Trends of Tourism.” V International Tourism Congress, ESTM, Peniche, Nov.
  • (2010). “Hogarth and Urban Life in Georgian London.” XXXI Cong. Nacional APEAA, Sociedade de Geografia de Lisboa, Apr.
  • (2010). “Assessing EFL Teachers – Reflections on the What and the How?” Int. Conf. Línguas 2010: Pontes, Portas, Janelas, Espelhos e Redes, Inst. Politécnico da Guarda, Apr.
  • (2010). “Student learning styles and teaching strategies – Task Based Learning in English Language Teaching.” Conf. 15thEuropean Learning Styles Information Network (ELSIN), U Aveiro, June.
  • (2010). “Wigs and Identities in Hogarthian London.” Int. Conf. Performing Identities and Utopias of Belonging in American and British Contexts, U Nova de Lisboa, Dez.
  • (2009). “Innovate to Assess – The need to update current Portuguese in-service EFL teaching assessment tools.” 2nd Int. Conf. Teaching English as a Foreign Language, U Nova de Lisboa, Nov.

 

 

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