Daniela-AgostinhoResearch Line: Art, Culture and Citizenship
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Daniela Agostinho holds a PhD in Culture Studies from the Catholic University of Portugal (2014) and a degree in Communication Studies from the New University of Lisbon (2007). She was awarded a doctoral grant from the Portuguese Science Foundation (FCT) to pursue her doctoral research, which examined the photographic representation of women’s concentration camp Ravensbrück.

She is a member of the COST Action In Search of a Transcultural Memory In Europe (ISTME) and of the Steering Committee of the Culture@Work project, co-funded by the Culture Programme of the European Union.

She is founding editor of Diffractions – Graduate Journal for the Study of Culture and and co-editor of the volume Panic and Mourning. The Cultural Work of Trauma (with Elisa Antz and Cátia Ferreira, Walter de Gruyter, 2012). Her main areas of interest are Visual Culture, Film, Memory and Gender Studies. She is currently working on archival images, German film, and the representation of historical violence in contemporary cinema.

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