PhD Program in Contemporary History [PDHC] is a study program hosted by the Institute for Advanced Studies and Research of the University of Évora (IIFA). PDHC is the vertex of a guided route on academic Historical Studies oriented to training Historians as early stage Researchers, in whose profile six characteristics are distinguished: Focus on the cognitive History of evolutions and connections between Europe, Africa and the Americas in 19-20th Centuries; Academic orientation conducted by the perspectives (research agendas and methodologies) of Comparative and /or Transnational History; Thematic and Analytical latitude and a fair competition between different Academic perspectives and approaches; Strong emphasis on theoretical and methodological training; Clearly framed in transdisciplinary (agenda) and interdisiplinary (theoretical studies ans historiographical practices) research environment.; Commitment to internationalization, that include integration into research agendas, inter-institutional mobility, training and research academic networks, and allocation of academic, scientific, communicational and profissional skills, enablers to compete in global market. In all formative process and elabotation of Thesis, students are integrated in Research Centers of the U. of Évora, namely CICP (UÉ), CIDEHUS (UÉ) and IHC (UÉ). PhD Thesis will be published in EHEA E-Books Collection [ed. Univ. Évora e Bubok Ed.].
Institute of Research and Advanced Training
6 Semesters/180 ECTS credits (60 required and 0 optional in curricular units)
After work classes
Academic Career as Historian, In an globalized space of teaching and research and of various professional contexts.
Besides the contribution to socio-professional developments of students, the professional focus of this program is the formation of Early Stage Researcher in Contemporary History, specialized in the practice of Comparative and Transnational History, capable of carrying out historical research and training in multiple contexts, namelly on regions of Portuguese-speaking countries
In this process of profissional training for a globalized world, students benefit from our institutional integration in two academic networks: the ESTER [European Graduate School for Training in Economic and Social Historical Research], an international postgraduate training network, and the TCHSA-NET [Transnational and Comparative History on Southern Africa Network] , an Thematic Network based in University of Évora (CICP.UÉ)
Specific Entry Requirements
PDHC welcomes national and foreign candidates holding a Master or Postgraduation in History, Anthropology , Sociology, Political Science, Economics, International Relations and others Social Sciences and Humanities areas
Access Routes and Applications
Annual Tuition Fees
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Academic Manager: Vitória dos Anjos Bonito Guiomar