Publishing is one of CHAM's main lines of action, aiming at disseminating original works of academic interest and contributing to a wider dissemination of the scientific activity conducted at (or in partnership with) the Centre.


The authorship of these works is not exclusive to the internal network of researchers. CHAM Editions welcomes and encourages contributions from external researchers, domestic and foreign, that are relevant to the development of the Centre's subject areas.


CHAM's editorial programme, defined and approved in the scope of its activity plan, is based on compliance with international criteria for scientific publications and covers different publishing modalities (printed and digital), periodical publications, series and collections. CHAM is also committed to the principles of environmental sustainability and democratisation of access to knowledge, by making all its publications available in open access, free of charge, through RUN - Repository of NOVA University of Lisbon and/or platforms providing access to academic publications.



For detailed information on scientific refereeing, editorial procedures and rules for the submission of manuscripts, among others, please consult our Editorial Policy (available soon).




CHAM keeps publication exchange agreements with over 100 institutions. New exchanges are welcome. For further information, please send a message to




Get to know and consult our editions in the ‘Books’ and ‘Journals’ sub-menus or download our digital catalogue.




João Figueirôa-Rêgo . CHAM Editions Director . Scientific Director of the E&D Coll.  . Director of the Annals of Overseas History

Inês Cristóvão   .   Editorial Coordination

Helder Mendes   .   Publication exchange

João Luís Lisboa   .   Scientific Director of the CHAM eBooks Coll.

Isabel Araújo Branco  .   Culture Director

Pedro Cardim   .   Scientific Director of the Atlantic Coll.

Alexandra Pelúcia   .   EVE Scientific Coordination

Luís Andrade   .   RIC Scientific Coordination

Alice Santiago Faria   .   eViterbo Scientific Coordination

Ana Fernandes Pinto   .   BPJS Director

Francisco Caramelo   .   RES Director

José Miguel Ferreira (IHC), Matheus Serva Pereira (ICS) and Sandra Ataíde Lobo (CHAM))   .   Practices of History Director

Maria João Pacheco Ferreira   .   TTT Scientific Coordination







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