Miguel Cardina


Miguel Cardina is a Researcher at the Centre for Social Studies.He is currently member of the coordination of the thematic line "Europe and the Global South: Heritages and Dialogues". He is an European Research Council (ERC) Grantee (project: «CROME - Crossed Memories, Politics of Silence. The Colonial-Liberation Wars in Postcolonial Times» (2017-2023). He is the author or co-author of several books, book chapters or papers on colonialism, anticolonialism and the colonial wars; political ideologies in the sixties and seventies; and the dynamics between history and memory. Last books: 2022, Remembering the Liberation Struggles in Cape Verde. A mnemohistory. London e New York: Routledge (with Inês Nascimento Rodrigues). 2023, O Atrito da Memória. Colonialismo, guerra e descolonização no Portugal contemporâneo (ed. in Italian by Meltemi; ed. in Portuguese by Tinta-da-china).

Latest Publications


Cardina, Miguel (2023), O Atrito da Memória. Colonialismo, Guerra e Descolonização no Portugal Contemporâneo. Lisboa: Tinta-da-china


Elisa, Alberani; Cardina, Miguel; Vincenzo, Russo (orgs.) (2023), Revoluções. Guiné-Bissau, Angola e Portugal (1969-1974). Fotografias de Uliano Lucas. Lisboa: Edições do Saguão

Article in Scientific journal

Cardina, Miguel; Fytili, Magda (2023), "From History to memory: Representations of Regime change in Portugal, Spain and Greece", Mélanges de la Casa de Velázquez, 53, 1, 151-176

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