Everyday Worlds of Welfare: a comparative study of human needs, livelihood sustainability and social policy in Southern Europe
“Our bodies are homeland as well”: sounds, words, images, and politics in contemporary Afro-Portuguese music
Performing the Sacred: Ethnographies of Transgender Activism in the Kinnar Akhāṛā
Racializing Health - Coloniality and Speculation in Global Health: addressing the lived-experience of racialization among Honduran low-income urban residents through their encounters with pub
ECOS - Writing Collective
ZARQ - Building Salazar’s people: Architecture in the making of portugueseness (1932-1945)
Celebrating April in Odemira. Memory, festivity, and liberty in south-western Alentejo. Phase 2
Wolflux action A7 - Human dimension study on attitudes and impact
Religion, Spirituality and Wellbeing: a Comparative Approach of Transreligiosity and Crisis in Southern Europe
Porto in Times of Cholera and War: A Bioarchaeological Approach to Human Frailty
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