PhD in Media and Communications from Goldsmiths, University of London (2016). Currently, she is a postdoctoral researcher in the ongoing project “Broadcasting in the Portuguese Empire: Nationalism, Colonialism, Identity” led by Dr Nelson Ribeiro, and based in the Research Center for Communication and Culture, of the Faculty of Human Sciences, UCP. Here she also teaches in the master and undergraduate programmes. Previously, Catarina taught in the School of Media and Communications of the Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon (2017-2018), and in the media and communications’ department of Goldsmiths (2010 - 2016). Formerly she participated in different projects based at ICS-UL, UBI and CIMJ (now Cic.digital, UNL), within which she conducted reception studies of audio and audiovisual texts, contributing to gender, cultural, postcolonial, memory, media and migration studies. She has published on these subjects, and more recently on the memories of radio and of sound both in colonial Mozambique and postcolonial Portugal.