Trovão, Susana

Susana Salvaterra Trovão é professora catedrática do Departamento de Antropologia da Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa e membro do CRIA – Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia. Licenciada em Antropologia pela FCSH-UNL, Susana Trovão cursou o mestrado em Sociologia da Cultura e Antropologia Cultural (1992) e o doutoramento em Antropologia (1994) no mesmo estabelecimento de ensino. Foi investigadora principal em diversos projetos financiados pela Fundação para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FCT).

 

Algumas publicações
Trovão, Susana “Managing work and family life through religious participation. A comparative approach between Muslim, Hindu and Christian migrant women in Lisbon” (2014), Portugal, AG-About Gender, Vol. 3, N° 6, 116-138

 

Trovão, Susana, “Transnational families, religious participation and gender dynamics: Filipino, Sao Tomean and Indo-Mozambican immigrant women in Lisbon” (2014), in Gender, Place & Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/0966369X.2013.855709

 

Trovão, Susana, « Entrepreneurs ismaéliens en Angola : continuité et innovation dans une culture d’affaires transnationale » (2014), in N. Khouri and J. P. Leite, eds. Khojas Ismaili. Du Mozambique colonial à la globalization. Paris: L’Harmattan, 267-293

 

Trovão, Susana, « Voix et processus d’individualisation chez les jeunes Ismailis de Lisbonne » (2014), in N. Khouri and J. P. Leite, eds. Khojas Ismaili. Du Mozambique colonial à la globalization. Paris: L’Harmattan, 225-251

 

Trovão, Susana, “What if Marginals were not Marginal” (2014), in Present States.12 Contemporaries, Ed. Serralves, 221-246

 

Trovão, Susana, “What’s New About Muslim Ismaili Transnationalism? Comparing Business Practices in British East Africa, Colonial Mozambique and Contemporary Angola” (2013), in African and Asian Studies, 12, 215-244

 

Trovão, Susana, “Comparing Postcolonial identity formations: legacies of Portuguese and British colonialisms in East Africa” (2012), in Social Identities: Journal for the Study of Race, Nation and Culture, 18 (3), 261-280

 

Trovão, Susana, “Religion and Civic Participation among the Children of Immigrants: Insights from the Postcolonial Portuguese Context” (2012), in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, vol. 38 (5), 851-868

 

Trovão, Susana, “From local interethnicities to the dynamics of the world system” (2010), in C. Westin, J. Bastos, J. Dahinden e P. Gois (eds.) Identity Processes and Dynamics in Multiethnic Europe, IMISCOE AUP BOOK Series, Amsterdam University Press pp. 149-177

 

Trovão, Susana, “What are we talking about when we talk about identities” (2010), in C. Westin, J. Bastos, J. Dahinden e P. Gois (eds.) Identity Processes and Dynamics in Multiethnic Europe, IMISCOE AUP BOOK Series, Amsterdam University Press pp. 313-358

 

Trovão, Susana, “Family Dynamics, Uses of Religion and Inter-Ethnic Relations, in Portuguese Cultural Ecology” (2008), in R. Grillo (ed.), The Family in Question: Immigrant and Ethnic Minorities in Multicultural Europe, IMISCOE AUP BOOK Series, Amsterdam University Press, pp. 135-164

 

Trovão, Susana, “The Blood of Muslims is Worthless, after all: Identity Debates between Portuguese and British Sunnis” (2007), in Leicester, Lusotopie, XIV (1), Paris: Brill, pp. 270-285

 

Trovão, Susana, “Indian Transnationalisms in Colonial and Postcolonial Mozambique” (2005), in V. Bilger, V., Kraler, A. (eds) African Migrations: Historical Perspectives and Contemporary Dynamics, Migration Vienna Journal of African Studies, n. 8, pp. 277-306

 

Domínios de investigação
Migrações e relações interétnicas, governança colonial e pós-colonial do Islão, diásporas indianas, religião e ritual, famílias transnacionais

 

Páginas institucionais
http://www.fcsh.unl.pt/faculdade/docentes/sst
http://cria.org.pt/site/investigacao-e-desenvolvimento/investigadores/integrados.html?sobi2Task=sobi2Details&catid=3&sobi2Id=188

 

Email
susanatrovao@fcsh.unl.pt