Ana Cristina Cachola

Independent Curator; Co-Editor of Diffractions
International Doctoral Program in Cultural Studies, Class of 2015

“The study program at the Lisbon Consortium allows for an expansive research work about the cultural fabric, diluting the frontiers between theory and cultural practice. Providing all the necessary tools for the development of critical thinking, the program made it possible for me to think and act upon the contemporary artistic field, to rethink and activate new cultural agendas.”

Daniela Agostinho

Postdoctoral Fellow at the department of Arts and Cultural Studies at the University of Copenhagen; Co-Editor of Diffractions; Recipient of the BPI/Lisbon Consortium Thesis Award
International Doctoral Program in Cultural Studies, Class of 2014

“Edgy and consistent, the Lisbon Consortium is the ultimate place for those interested in coupling critical thinking with interdisciplinary creativity. With its uniquely vibrant and friendly environment, the program has given me the skills to conduct original research in exciting new ways, and the opportunity to meet inspiring people from both academia and the art world. The Lisbon Consortium makes full use of the exciting cultural energy of the city and infuses it with sharp inquiry.”


The Lisbon Consortium


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