Portugal | United Kingdom
Religion | Neopaganism | Ecology | Gender
Graduated and Master in Anthropology by Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), researched Neopagan movements in Portugal, mainly the lived dimension of the cyclical celebration and ritualization of the seasonal cycles, and the way it relates to ecological questions. From this research resulted the master thesis E assim a Roda gira: Ontologias, Natureza e Celebração Sazonal dos Ciclos Naturais no contexto dos Movimentos Neopagão em Portugal.
At this moment is a PhD full member at CRIA-IUL, financed by FCT, researching the same themes, focusing however on the presence and political impact of the discourses about ecology and gender equality that these groups produce have on the social domain.