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Marie Curie Individual Fellowships

NOVA FCSH hosts 2018 Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellows.

The NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities invites experienced researchers to submit their applications to Marie Skłodowska-Curie 2018 individual fellowships with NOVA FCSH as hosting institution.

Interested researchers may be of any nationality and should not have resided or performed their principal research activity in Portugal for more than 12 months before September 12, 2018. This year, as part of the MSCA-IF competition, there will be additional funding of € 5M for Widening Fellowships (WF-01-2018) to promote the mobility of candidates for Widening countries (where Portugal is included).

As a host institution, and at this stage of the application, the NOVA FCSH Research Support Division supports the candidates in the preparation of their application, searching of potential supervisors and give more inputs about the institution organization and research structure.

If you want to apply for a Marie Curie Individual Fellowship, it is important to understand that you need to team up with a researcher from the faculty. For that, you can have a closer look at our 16 Research Units and/or contact the researchers/ potential supervisors, detailing your motivation, Curriculum Vitae and work plan.

See here the submission support guide.

See below the projects already available in the various NOVA Research Units and its supervisors:





Musical Iconography - Study, Context and Meaning

Luzia Rocha

Intertextuality and/in music

Paulo Ferreira de Castro

Contemporary collaborative music practices: the Portuguese case in context

Isabel Pires


The maritime cultural landscapes of Cascais (Portugal): the model of research and coastal management

Jorge Vaz Freire

The Claim of the East by the West: the Reception of the Ancient Near Eastern Legacy and its Interpretation by the Western Societies (19th -  20th centuries)

Maria de Fátima Rosa

Early Modern Book in Portugal

Hervé Baudry

Humanities for the ocean

Cristina Brito

Counting Colonial Populations. Demography and the use of statistics in the Portuguese Empire (1750-1900

Paulo Teodoro de Matos

The Allure of Things. The Consumption of Artistic Objects by the 'Infantas' and Queens of the Avis-Beja dynasty(1430-1577)

Carla Alferes Pinto

Chronotopes of Resistance

Margarida Rendeiro

Cartographies of the Imaginary

Maria do Rosário Monteiro


COSMOS: Computational synesthetic methods for the cognitive study of multimodal digital narratives

Paulo Nuno Vicente


Governance and organization of work environments challenged by digitalisation

António Brandão Moniz

The Study about social and technological networks in Primary Healthcare

Mónica Freitas

Urban Politics

João Seixas

ETHICHO – Ethico-ontological choreographies: Forms of objectification and evaluation of the human embryo in vitro in the context of Assisted Reproductive Technologies and Scientific Research

Catarina Delaunay

Cadastre and Land Register - Balance and perspectives from the municipalities

Rui Pedro Julião


Bone Matters/Matérias Ósseas

Francisca Cardoso

CAPSAHARA: Critical Approaches to Politics, Social Activism and Islamic Militancy in the Western Saharan Region

Francisco Freire


Emotions and Action

Dina Mendonça

PROJECT A: Political Legitimacy in Times of Crisis: Governance Reforms in the Economica Monetary Union of the European Union

PROJECT B: The Governance of Migration and Asylum: Duties of Assistance and the EU reception policies

Gabriele De Angelis

Argumented-based teaching methods

Chrisy Rapanta


Regulation and Organized Interests in Europe (1900-2020)

Paula Borges Santos

Urban retail trade in the end of the 19th century

Daniel Alves


Strategic Project

Salwa El-Shawan Castelo-Branco


Democracy in times of crisis: Power and Discourse in a three-level game

Catherine Moury


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