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Research Interests

alternative economies | transition | commons | value(s)

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Biographical Note

Having received a bachelor in anthropology by ISCTE-IUL, I pursued my interest in the ecological and phenomenological approaches of Tim Ingold at the University of Aberdeen, where I concluded my master's degree with a study on the relations between street skateboarding and urban architecture, coordinated by Dr. Jo Vergunst. My ecological perspective on social problems became intertwined with a critical view on our economic system, which led me to embark on a doctoral thesis project about alternative socioeconomic models to capitalism. Throughout this journey, I became engaged with AMAP Quinta Maravilha and with the integral cooperatives Minga and Rizoma, whose strategies and practices I'm committed to studying.

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