Filomena Batoréu

Academic degree: Master’s
Category: Associated researchers
Institutional subunit: NOVA FCSH
Research group: Circulation and Place-Making
Thematic line:
Research interests: Migrations | Postcolonial identities | Colonialisms
Research contexts: Portugal | Angola
Contact: filomenabatoreu@fcsh.unl.pt
More information:

Biographical note

Graduated in Social and Cultural Anthropology (Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, New University of Lisbon, 2002) and MA in Migration, Ethnic Minorities and Transnationalism, (Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, New University of Lisbon, 2008). Since 2009 until now, Filomena Batoréu is a PhD student in Anthropology of Migrations, Ethnicity and Transnationalism (Faculty of Social and Human Sciences, New University of Lisbon). Her PhD project, funded by FCT through a PhD fellowship, is based on a multi-situated ethnography and aims to interrogate the influence of identifications and bonds of belonging to a religion organised communally in mobility, diasporic and reterritorialization processes developed by Portuguese Sunnis and Ismailis of Indian origin who are settled in Lisbon and Luanda.

Publications
AuthorID_filtro_tablepressYearTypePublication
Filomena Batoréupub58*2017ArticleTROVÃO, Susana Salvaterra; BATORÉU, Filomena, 2017, "'Our ancestors taught us the business know-how in Africa': continuity and innovation in Ismaili transnational business culture", Cahiers de l'URMIS, 17 [online].link
Filomena Batoréupub58*2013ArticleTROVÃO, Susana; BATORÉU, Filomena, 2013, "What’s new about Muslim Ismaili transnationalism? Comparing business practices in British East Africa, colonial Mozambique and contemporary Angola", African and Asian Studies, 12 (3): 215-244, ISSN: 1569-2094; E-ISSN: 1569-2108.
Filomena Batoréupub58*2014Book chapterTROVÃO, Susana; BATORÉU, Filomena, 2014, "Entrepreneurs ismaéliens en Angola: continuité et innovation dans une culture d’affaires transnationale", in Nicole Khouri, Joana Pereira Leite (org.), Khojas Ismaili: Du Mozambique Colonial à la Globalization, Paris, L’Harmattan, pp. 267-293, ISBN: 978-2-343-02690-9.
Filomena Batoréupub58*2014Book chapterTROVÃO, Susana; COSTA, Ana; BATORÉU, Filomena, 2014, "Voix et processus d’individualisation chez les jeunes Ismailis de Lisbonne", in Nicole Khouri, Joana Pereira Leite (orgs.), Khojas Ismaili: Du Mozambique Colonial à la Globalization, Paris, L’Harmattan, pp. 225-251, ISBN: 978-2-343-02690-9.
Filomena Batoréupub58*2014ArticleTROVÃO, Susana; RAMALHO, Sónia; BATORÉU, Filomena, 2014, "Managing work and family life through religious participation: A comparative approach between Muslim, Hindu and Christian migrant women in Lisbon, Portugal", AG About Gender, 3 (6): 116-138, ISSN: 2279-5057.
Filomena Batoréupub58*2015Paper in proceedingsTROVÃO, Susana; RAMALHO, Sónia; BATORÉU, Filomena, 2015, "Negociando trabalho e família através da participação religiosa: uma abordagem comparativa entre mulheres migrantes muçulmanas, hindus e cristãs em Lisboa», in Isabel Corrêa da Silva, Marina Pignatelli, Susana de Matos Viegas (orgs.), Livro de Atas do 1.º Congresso da Associação Internacional das Ciências Sociais e Humanas em Língua Portuguesa (XII Conlab), Lisboa, AICSHLP, pp. 5208-5223, E-ISBN: 978-989-99357-0-9.link
Projects

IDResearcherPositionProjTitleProject typeStatus+
pub58*Filomena BatoréuResearch scholarproj89*Portuguese muslins in postcolonial contexts: capitals ethno-religious and transnational practices between Lisbon and LuandaDoctoral researchOngoing+