Rosa Maria Perez

Academic degree: Doctorate
Category: Full members
Institutional subunit: ISCTE-IUL
Research group: Circulation and Place-Making
Thematic line:
Research interests: India, colonialism and postcolonialism | Social structure and subalternity | Fieldwork
Research contexts: India
Contact: rosa.perez@iscte-iul.pt
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Biographical note

Rosa Maria Perez holds a PhD in Social Anthropology (ISCTE-IUL, Lisbon) and is currently a professor at the Department of Anthropology of ISCTE-IUL, visiting professor (Anthropology) at the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Gandhinagar, and a senior researcher at CRIA. Perez is a member of the Council of the European Association for South Asian Studies (EASAS), a member of the board of The South Asian Democratic Forum (SADF), of the Steering Committee of Instituto Universitario Europeo (European University Institute, Firenze), and of the Pool of Reviewers of Anthropology (European Science Foundation). She is a consultant for EqUIP – Europe-India Social Sciences and Humanities Platform and for the United Nations Commission for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment. She carried out a long-term fieldwork in India at the margins of the social structure, with special focus on Dalits and women. Her research has also focused on social segregation, fieldwork methodology, ethnography of colonialism, displacement and diaspora, anthropology and cinema (Bollywood).

Publications
AuthorID_filtro_tablepressYearTypePublication
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2011Book chapterPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2011, "Como uma estrela de Bollywood: filmes, deusas e mulheres na India rural", in Silvia Arendt, Carmen Rial e Joana Pedro (org.), Diásporas, Mobilidades, Migrações, Florianópolis, Editora Mulheres, ISBN 9788580470086.
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2011BookPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2011, The Tulsi and the Cross: Anthropology and the Colonial Encounter in Goa, Delhi, Orient Blackswan, ISBN 978-81-923046-0-1.
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2012ArticlePEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2012, "Alimentação e codificação social: mulheres, cozinha e estatuto", Cadernos Pagu, 39: 227-249, ISSN 0104-8333.link
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2012Paper in proceedingsPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2012, "Chora o Sarangui: dança, representações e poder nos templos hindus de Goa", in Artur Teodoro de Matos, João Teles da Cunha (eds.), Goa: Passado e Presente, Lisboa, CEPCEP, pp. 33-48.
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2012BookPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2012, O Tulsi e a Cruz: Antropologia e Colonialismo em Goa, Lisboa, Temas e Debates, ISBN 9896441871.
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2014Book chapterPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2014, "O orientalismo dos orientais: trânsitos, consensos, contradições", in Everton Machado, Duarte Drumond Braga (orgs.), Goa Portuguesa e Pós-Colonial: Literatura, Cultura e Sociedade, V. N. Famalicão, Húmus, pp. 39-60.
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2015ArticlePEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2015, "Cosmopolitan India: Bollywood and the citizens of the world", in Ateliers d'Anthropologie, 41.link
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2015Book chapterPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2015, "Da Índia para a Índia no trilho de Gilberto Velho", in Celso Castro and Graça Índias Cordeiro (orgs.), Mundos em Mediação: Ensaios ao Encontro de Gilberto Velho, Rio de Janeiro, FGV Editora, pp. 119-130, ISBN: 978-85-225-1655-1.
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2016Book chapterPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2016, "Globalização e cosmopolitismo: a mundialização da cultura indiana", in Diogo Ramada Curto (org.), Estudos sobre a Globalização, Lisboa, Edições 70, pp. 397-408, ISBN: 978-972-441-905-3.
Rosa Maria Perezpub169*2016Book chapterPEREZ, Rosa Maria, 2016, "Viagem, tradução, representações", in Anabela Mendes (org.), Viagens de Longo Curso: Roteiros e Mapeações, Lisboa, Universidade Católica, pp. 193-202, ISBN: 978-972-540-519-2.
Projects

IDResearcherPositionProjTitleProject typeStatus+
pub169*Rosa Maria PerezSupervisorproj240*An ethnography at the margins: turtles, tourists and environmental conservation in Goa, IndiaDoctoral researchOngoing+
pub169*Rosa Maria PerezSupervisorproj327*Crafting Good Citizens: the Politics of crafting Indian Citizens from Catholics in GoaPost-doctoral researchOngoing+