• PhD in Architecture

    Although reflection on contemporary architectural production and the challenges it faces has taken place in the context of curatorial and editorial activity, it has, at the same time, been avoided in the academic sphere, traditionally dedicated to the themes of the History of Architecture. . The doctoral course of the Department of Architecture at

    Media and Society in the Context of the Community of Portuguese Speaking Countries

    Award of 4 Caríssim@s merit scholarships The doctoral proposal presented here, which is part of a third cycle training in the field of communication sciences, was approved by A3ES (the body that accredits higher education courses in Portugal) for the period maximum of 6 years. The evaluators' arguments underlined the

    International Relations: Geopolitics and Geoeconomics

    This 3rd cycle course stands out for its innovative character, framing the perspectives of Geopolitics and Geoeconomics within the scientific area of International Relations. It thus promotes new approaches to the complex international reality and reinforces interdisciplinarity by also crossing with other scientific areas, from Security Studies to International Law, Economics, History or Area/Regional Studies. And it incorporates crucial themes in international processes

    PhD in History

    The PhD in History of the Department of History, Arts and Humanities of the Autonomous University of Lisbon trains doctors with the ability to carry out their own research and to integrate into collective projects, developed in research centers of excellence, providing them with skills for critical and networked work able to carry out cultural projects of different nature. The course has

    PhD in Heritage, Technology and Territory

    The PhD in Heritage, Technology and Territory (DPTT) is a research and advanced training program offered by the Autonomous University of Lisbon and the Polytechnic Institute of Tomar, with academic collaborations on all continents. DPTT is an innovative training, based on a Distance Learning model, which focuses on the relevance of heritage materialities for