Ana Saraiva

Academic degree: Doctorate
Category: Associated researchers
Institutional subunit: NOVA FCSH
Research group: Circulation and Place-Making
Thematic line:
Research interests: Architecture | Popular | Identity
Research contexts: Portugal | France
Contact: nsaraivaana@gmail.com
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Biographical note

In 1998, Ana Saraiva graduated in Anthropology from the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (UNL). In 2007, she completed her master’s degree in Museology and Heritage at UNL. In 2016, she completed her PhD in Anthropology (UNL), with the research project “(post-)Rural houses from 1900 until 2015: Architectural expressions and identity trajectories” (classification: very good unanimously). In 1999, she was an anthropologist in the municipality of Góis; in 2000, she worked as an anthropologist in the municipality of Gavião (in a multidisciplinary team of the Local Action Plan and the Detail and Safeguard Plan of the Historical Center of Belver). Since 2001, she has been an anthropologist in the municipality of Ourém, where she coordinates the Division of Culture (since 2009). She participates in research and programming projects centered on Anthropology and Museology, with publications related to cultural representation discourses, with special highlight to the book “(post-)Rural houses from 1900 until 2015: Architectural expressions and identity trajectories” (Colibri, 2017). She programmes and runs the Municipal Museum of Ourém (RPM), and also co-coordinates a program of restoration and musealisation of the castle and palace of the counts of Ourém (national monument).

Publications
AuthorID_filtro_tablepressYearTypePublication
Ana Saraivapub208*2017BookSARAIVA, Ana, 2017, Casas (Pós-)Rurais: Expressões Arquitetónicas e Trajetórias Identitárias, Lisboa, Edições Colibri, 308 pp., ISBN: 978-989-689-647-8.link
Projects

IDResearcherPositionProjTitleProject typeStatus+
pub208*Ana SaraivaResearcherproj71*(Post-)Rural houses between 1900 and 2015: Architectural expressions and identity trajectoriesDoctoral researchConcluded+