Mariela F. da Silveira

Academic degree: Master’s
Category: Associated researchers
Institutional subunit: ISCTE-IUL
Research group: Practices and Politics of Culture
Thematic line:
Research interests: Cultural heritage | Identity | Tourism
Research contexts: Brazil | Portugal
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Biographical note

PhD student in Anthropology at ISCTE – University Institute of Lisbon in agreement with PPGAS – Postgraduate Program in Social Anthropology, Federal University of Santa Catarina. Holding a master in Social Anthropology from the Federal University of Santa Catarina, Mariela Silveira graduated in Social Sciences from the same institution. She has been working as a consultant in Anthropology at the Superintendence of IPHAN / SC – Institute of National Historical and Artistic Heritage, developed by UNESCO, within the framework of the project; “Dissemination of Intangible Cultural Heritage Policy in Brazil”. She is fieldwork coordinator in the project “Recipes of Immigration: Language and Memory in the Conservation of Culinary Arts”, executed by IPOL – Institute for Research and Development in Linguistic Policy with resources from PNPI – National Program of Intangible Heritage/IPHAN/MinC. Recently, she coordinated the project “Immigration Languages as heritage: (re) knowing the linguistic diversity in the culinary heritage” executed by IPOL with resources from the Elisabete Anderle Prize for Cultural Stimulation.

Mariela F. da Silveirapub534*2017Book chapterSILVA, Leo; SILVEIRA, Mariela Felisbino da, 2017, "O projeto político-pedagógico e a pobreza: as correntes filosófico-políticas no currículo escolar", in Adir Valdemar Garcia, Danielle Torri, Roseli Zen Cerny, Silvia Maria de Oliveira (orgs.), Formação em Educação, Pobreza e Desigualdade Social, Florianópolis, Centro de Ciências da Educação, vol. 6, pp. 107-148, ISBN: 9788594570185.

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pub534*Mariela F. da SilveiraResearcherproj336*Identity processes and cultural heritage: the construction of the Azorean imaginary descending on the Island of Santa CatarinaDoctoral researchOngoing+