Ana Maria Martinho GaleInvestigador IntegradoProfessorFaculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas/Universidade Nova de Lisboaana.email@example.comGrupo de Investigação: Cultura e Literatura – contextos globais e locaisÁreas de Investigação: Estudos literáriosHistória cultural
Ana Maria Martinho Gale holds her faculty position at FCSH - Universidade Nova de Lisboa since 1989. From 2007 through 2010 she was at UC Berkeley, where she undertook a range of interdepartmental activities, bridging links between Africa and the Portuguese-speaking world. She spent a sabbatical at SOAS, London University, in 2011, strengthening her institutional links with Lusophone Africa. She is also a visiting faculty member at other universities, notably in Angola, Cabo Verde, and Moçambique.
She earned her Agregação in 2006, and her doctoral degree, in 1998, both at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal.
Ana Maria Martinho Gale has won awards and fellowships from the Hellman Family Faculty Fund, the Instituto Camões, Fundação Luso-Americana para o Desenvolvimento, the European Union, and the Science Ministry in Portugal.
She has supervised postgraduate students across the world (including in the United States, Angola, Portugal, Cabo Verde and Moçambique). A number of her postgraduate students have attained positions in academia and politics.
Having been involved in over fifty international missions, she visited multiple times all five Lusophone African countries. She also has established academic links with Brazil, South Africa, Argentina, Venezuela, Botswana, Canada and the United States, having lectured extensively in many of these locations.
She serves on the editorial board of 4 international academic publications. Since 1990, she has authored 71 publications; books, editions, book chapters, international papers.
Her current research focuses on one monograph project: Material Culture and Literature in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as on 2 papers for peer-reviewed publications.
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