Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas (FCSH)

  • Avenida de Berna, 26-C

    1069-061 Lisboa

    Portugal

Organization profile

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Founded in 1977, the Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas (NOVA FCSH - NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities) is distinguished by a teaching philosophy characterized by the diversity and creativity of knowledge and by the freedom of thought. Located near Lisbon city center, it hosts a total of 5 154 students, 2 693 in undergraduate programmes, 1 583 in masters and 878 in PhD programmes. It has 305 professors, almost all holding a PhD degree.

The excellence of research in Social and Human Sciences, one of the missions of NOVA FCSH, is assured by 16 Research Centres and branches of interuniversity centres. There are 13 UI funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and
Technology (FC&T), five of which rated as “Excellent” and seven as “Very Good”.

Currently, the growing academic community at NOVA FCSH has about 1 200 researchers who are integrated and/or associated to a Research Unit, as well as many other co-researchers, students and research grant holders.

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Portugal Social Sciences
language Social Sciences
discourse Social Sciences
education Social Sciences
democracy Social Sciences
Arte Social Sciences
EU Social Sciences
argumentation Social Sciences

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Research Output 1977 2020

Chi fa questo camino è ben navigato Culturas e dinâmicas nos portos de Itália e Portugal (sécs. XV-XVI)

Alessandrini, N., Russo, M. & Sabatini, G., 2020, Lisboa: CHAM. 174 p. (Estudos e Documentos; no. 27)

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Open Access
File

A «Pandemia Esquecida»: a cidade do Sado durante o tempo negro da Gripe Pneumónica (1918-1919)

Ferreira, D., 2019, Centenário da Gripe Pneumónica.: A Pandemia em Retrospetiva, Portugal 1918-1919. Silva, H. D., Pereira, R. M. & Bandeira, F. (eds.). Lisboa: Inspecção Geral das Actividades em Saúde, p. 125-148 24 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Open Access
File

Prizes

folklore
grant
creativity
candidacy
funding
folklore
grant
candidacy
Spain
funding

Activities 1986 2020

CIAIQ 2020

José Carlos Pinto da Costa (Member of programme committee)
14 Jul 202017 Jul 2020

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference

I INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCEON FOREIGN LANGUAGE LEARNING:VARIETY, DIVERSITY, AND INTERDISCIPLINARITY

Christina Dechamps (Member of programme committee)
1 Jun 20202 Jun 2020

Activity: Participating in or organising an eventParticipation in conference