André Patrício


Researcher   .   Ph.D. Student


Research Group

Representations, Discourses, Materialities, and Uses of the Past






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André Patrício is a Clinical Psychologist and an Egyptologist. He holds an MA in both areas of knowledge and is currently a Ph.D. Fellow in Ancient History, with specialization in Egyptology, at Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, Portugal. He is a Research Assistant, integrated into the "Representations, Discourses, Materialities and Uses of the Past" Group at CHAM at the same institution.

He is a Member of several international organizations of Egyptology, including the International Association of Egyptologists, The Egypt Exploration Society, and the Portuguese Association of Egyptology. He is also a peer reviewer for international publications and a European Commission Expert and Rapporteur for the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowships (MSCA-PF) since 2021.

He has also organized several international Conferences related to History and Ancient History. In his curriculum Ciência Vitae the most frequent terms in the context of scientific, technological, and artistic-cultural output are Museu Nacional de Arqueologia; Acervo Museo; Ancient Egypt; Egyptians; Religion; Magic; Protection; Amulets; Talismans; Periapts; Jewels; Minerals; Stones; Iron; Gold; Silver; Lapis¿lazuli; Turquoise; Carnelian; Colours; Symbolism; Empire; Enemies; Expansion; New Kingdom; Arqueologia; Papyrus Westcar; Legitimacy; Dynastic Royal Rupture; Magicians; Gods; Sculpture; Reception of Antiquity; Iconography; Tutankhamun; Cafe; Memória; Tempo; Archaeology; History; Contemporaneity; Hetepheres; Chair; Mobiliário; Império Novo; Simbolismo; Kings Lists; Individual Memory; Collective Memory; Ancient Egyptian Furniture .




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