Sandra M. G. Pinto


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Sandra M. G. Pinto is a contracted doctoral researcher at the NOVA FCSH since 2019, and an integrated researcher at the CHAM – Centre for the Humanities, since 2013, where she has been a member of the Standing Committee of the Scientific Committee, since 2020.

She graduated in Architecture (2002), and has a Master's (2007) and PhD (2012) from the University of Coimbra. She also developed postdoctoral research at CHAM (2013-2019).

In collaboration with Alice Santiago Faria (CHAM) and Mafalda Pacheco (CHAM), she has been teaching optional curricular units at NOVA FCSH. She is a co-supervisor of a doctoral thesis and a supervisor of a master’s thesis. She has served on numerous grant selection boards and has peer-reviewed dozens of papers.

Her main research interests include the history of architecture and urbanism, the history of building regulation, the history of the built environment, construction history, urban cartography and urban heritage, focusing mainly on the Portuguese territory of the Peninsula Iberia between the twelfth and the nineteenth centuries.

Education/Academic qualification

Arquitetura (Teoria e História da Arquitetura) # Architecture (Theory and History of Architecture), Doctorate, Universidade de Coimbra

Award Date: 16 Jul 2012

Arquitetura, Território e Memória # Architecture, Territory and Memory, Master, Universidade de Coimbra

Award Date: 23 Mar 2007

Arquitetura # Architecture, Bachelor, Universidade de Coimbra

Award Date: 30 Jan 2001


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