This workshop is intended for researchers in history (Master's, PhD students, postdoctoral researchers) who wish to acquire and deepen techniques for analyzing materials necessary for understanding their historical research objects. Each material conveys knowledge. Its questioning and interpretations require the use of rigorous and, simultaneously, creative methodology. The historical sources called upon by this workshop will therefore be diverse and complementary: official and unofficial documents, material and immaterial such as sounds, objects, and images.
Each two-hour session, consisting of a theoretical-practical component, will be led by experts in humanities and social sciences. The approaches will cover various historical periods (medieval, modern, contemporary) from an interdisciplinary perspective. Admission is free and sessions begin at 4:00 pm.
Open event for anyone who wants to participate, with prior registration required.Google doc.
Yvette Santos (IHC — NOVA FCSH / IN2PAST)
Mariana Meneses Muñoz (CHAM — NOVA FCSH)
IHC / NOVA FCSH
CHAM / NOVA FCSH