Sociomuseology, Interculturality and University (SIU),Postgraduate Study Group
The Postgraduate Study Group Sociomuseology, Interculturality, University – SiU, is a collective of researchers from the UNESCO Chair “Education, Citizenship and Cultural Diversity” that has the support of the Department of Museology of Universidade Lusófona and CeiED – Centro de Estudos Interdisciplinary in Education and Development. The Study Group comprises researchers from the UNESCO Chair, CeiED and the Doctoral and Master’s Programs in Museology at the Lusófona University of Humanities and Technology of Lisbon
The Study Group is made up of researchers from master’s, doctoral and post-doctoral courses, from different areas of knowledge and national and international institutions.
Open to the participation of interested parties in the areas of education, culture, museology, and other fields that have reciprocity with the studies in progress.
The meetings are held fortnightly and the public events, conducted by professors, researchers and invited professionals, are planned every six months or annually.
Sustainable development goals:
4 – Quality Education,
5 – Gender Equality
6 – Reduction of Inequalities
16 – Peace, Justice and Effective Institutions
17 – Partnerships and Means of Implementation
•Study the possibilities of articulation between university and museum, between Higher Education curricula and culture, between university agents (students, professors, researchers, employees) and museum professionals (researchers, curators, educators, managers) so that the physical and conceptual spaces of the university and the museum are integrated;
•Research the influences of Sociomuseology in the process of deterritorialization of both institutions (museum and university), so that the museum effectively becomes a research space (academic research linked to undergraduate and graduate courses of different areas) and the university a space for cultural formation and production of counter-hegemonic narratives;
•Investigate relationships between curriculum and heritage, university and museum and produce contributions to the affirmation of the epistemologies of the South (Santos, 2021);
• Produce statements about the relationship between social justice and cognitive justice;
•Explore the contributions of information technologies (media, networks and platforms for sharing digital collections) for the dissemination of knowledge, material and immaterial heritage;
•Research practical, academic and political possibilities for the creation of community projects so that the agendas of social movements are incorporated into the curriculum and agenda of small and large museums;
•Think about collaborative, face-to-face and/or remote actions, to spread the thought of Sociomuseology;
• Check possibilities for collaboration with the UN 2030 Agenda
• Highlight existing gaps in Eurocentric public policies, in order to consider local contexts;
Ailton Krenak, Aníbal Quijano, Boaventura de Souza Santos, Catherine Walsh, Judite Primo, Mario Moutinho, Nestor Garcia Canclini, Paulo Freire, Theodor Adorno, Walter Mignolo.
scientific advisor: Prof. Doctor. Mario Moutinho
Coordination: PHD Luciana Pasqualucci and PhD Student Beatriz Haspo and Daniela Videdomini Coelho
Professors and Researchers External Collaborators:
• Alexandre Saul (PUC-SP) – Lecturer in the Graduate Program in Education: Curriculum and researcher associated with the Paulo Freire Chair PUC-SP
• Bruna Marina Portela (UFPR) – Historian. Vice-coordinator of the Museum of Archeology and Ethnology at UFPR. Coordinator of the GT of University Museum Technicians
• Prof. Doctor Carlos Alberto Torres (Paulo Freire Institute, UCLA), Los Angeles
• Carlos Lima Junior (PUC-SP) – Lecturer in the Specialization Course in Museology and Post-Doctorate in History at UNICAMP
• Claudinéli Moreira Ramos (PUC-SP) – Lecturer in the Specialization Course in Museology and researcher at Instituto Itaú Cultural – SP
• Daniela Vicedomini Coelho (ULHT) – Doctoral student in Museology at ULHT. Museologist and Deputy Production Director at Base7 Projetos Culturais
• Ednair Rodrigues do Nascimento (UNIR) – PhD student in Geography in the area of Paleontological Heritage Preservation
• Gabriela de Carvalho Freire (UFPR) – Anthropologist at the Museum of Archeology and Ethnology at the Federal University of Paraná – MAE-UFPR. Coordinator of the GT of University Museum Technicians
• Ilana Goldstein (UNIFESP) Lecturer in the History of Art course at Unifesp, Vice-coordinator of the Postgraduate Course in Art History at Unifesp and coordinator of the Kaapora Chair of non-hegemonic knowledge
• Lucas Gonzaga (PUC SP) – Specialization Student in Museology and Coordinator of the Educational Sector of the Cultural Center of Banco do Brasil – CCBB.
• Luciana Conrado Martins (PUC-SP) – Lecturer in the Specialization Course in Museology, director of the Company Perce – Research, consultancy and educational training and researcher associated with Tainacan – information technology and digital culture
• Márcia Maria Rodrigues Uchôa (PUC-SP) – Researcher at the Education Policies and Curriculum Group in Brazil – CNPq and editor of the e-Curriculum Magazine of the Graduate Program in Education: Curriculum
• Marília Bonas (PUC-SP and Portuguese Language Museum)
• Maurício Cândido da Silva (USP) Technical Coordinator of the Veterinary Anatomy Museum, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science at USP and responsible for the Brazilian Network of University Collections and Museums
• Tatiana Sampaio Ferraz (UFU) – Professor of the Visual Arts Course at IARTE-UFU