Isadora Ataíde Fonseca
Assistant Professor and a Researcher at the FCH-UCP since 2019. Her main areas of study are Press and Media Studies, the relations between popular culture and ideology; and the dynamics between journalism and political regimes in Europe and Portuguese speaking countries.
She holds a PhD in Sociology of Culture (ICS-UL, 2014), a Masters in Comparative Politics (2010), and a Degree in Social Communication (2006). With this background, her research benefits from a strong multidisciplinary approach in the field of Social Sciences. She has been publishing in international journals and in 2020 was released A Imprensa e o Império na África Portuguesa, 1842-1974, by Edições 70, Almedina.
As professor she has been teaching in Portugal and Africa, especially in the field of Media Studies, Sociology of Communication and Political Science. Before became professor, she had worked as Journalist in Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique and Macau (2004-2015), experiences that enriched her academic performance.