Exposição Virtual Comum = Common Virtual Exhibition: Grupo Internacional de Estudos da Imprensa Periódica Colonial do Império Português

Alfredo Caldeira, Adelaide Vieira Machado, Sandra Ataíde Lobo, Daniel Pires, Gilda Santos, Hilarino da Luz, Isadora Fonseca , Jessica Falconi , Vicente Paulino, Dale Luís Menezes, Kaustubh Naik, Kamat Varsha

Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site


The Common Virtual Exhibition - created in 2017 and upgraded with a new host in 2022 - aims to evidence the importance of Libraries, Archives and Researchers thinking cooperatively research, preservation and accessibility to collections of colonial periodical press, in national and international terms. It is a democratic determination of IGSCP-PE to incentivize institutional national (within each country) and international cooperation in the recovery, preservation and common public access to this patrimony, in equitable terms, recognizing the responsibilities of the academic world in this field. The Group is aware that the international inequalities of mobility and access to information sources that allow to create knowledge in the field of Social and Human Sciences powerfully contribute to the international academic hierarchies, with significant impact in all societies. The exhibition was made possible by a vast team coordinated by Alfredo Caldeira, Adelaide Machado and Sandra Ataíde Lobo, with the representatives of the institutions that contributed to the exhibition, the coordinating team of the Congress and the help of many researchers involved in the congress. The upgraded version, created on occasion of the IGSCP-PE's second congress, counts with the first periodical published in Goa, the Gazeta de Goa (1821-1826).
Original languagePortuguese
PublisherGrupo Internacional de Estudos da Imprensa Periódica Colonial do Império Português
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - Sept 2022


  • Colonial Periodical Press
  • Collaborative actions
  • Shared Patrimonies
  • Archives and Libraries
  • Academic Communities

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