«The History of the Algarve and the First Globalization» is the subject of an online workshop with national experts

Participation is free, although prior registration is required.

«The History of the Algarve and the First Globalization» is the subject of an online workshop that will take place on the 31st of March, at 9:30 am, with the participation of eight historians who have developed research in this area of ​​knowledge,

The workshop will take place online through the Zoom platform, according to the program below, and participation is free, although subject to prior registration.

50 entries will be accepted in order of arrival, which can be sent to the e-mail [email protected], indicating only the name and contact. The subscribers will later receive the link to access the sessions.

The initiative, which takes place within the scope of the Historical Research component of the Magallanes_ICC project, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), through the Interreg VA España-Portugal Program (POCTEP) 2014-2020, has the participation of the Regional Directorate of Culture from the Algarve.

This workshop is aimed at «all those interested in the History of the Algarve in the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries, with the main objective of establishing a balance of historical research that has been carried out in more recent dates», the organizers emphasize.

«It will be of great interest to all those who relate to the Cultural and Creative Industries, as it is understood that the History of the Algarve offers a wide field of exploration for this specific area of ​​activity, and can serve as an inspiration for the most diverse cultural activities», they add. .

«We want to contribute to the development of innovative cultural projects, which are supported by the historical knowledge of the time of Fernão de Magalhães, the great navigator from Portugal, who during the last phase of his life provided services to Spain, and whose name serves as a motto for the present Magallanes_ICC project», they still say.



March 31 || Via Zoom

Morning session: 09:30-13:00
09:30 am: Rui Manuel Loureiro, ISMAT & CHAM-NOVA – Opening
09:45 am: Filipe Castro, CEF/University of Coimbra – «A Charter for the Portuguese Underwater Heritage of the Algarve»
10:30 am: Luísa Martins, Loulé City Council & CIDEHUS/University of Évora – «A reading of food in Loulé, in the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries»
11:15: Manuel F. Fernández Chaves, Universidad de Sevilla – «Algarvians in Andalusia, Andalusia in the Algarve: Reflections on a secular relationship and new contributions (XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries)»
12:00: Maria da Graça A. Mateus Ventura, ICIA & CH/University of Lisbon – «The Algarve on the route of India from Castile: historiographical balance»

Afternoon session: 14:30 pm to 17:30 pm
15:00: Fernando Pessanha, Vila Real de Santo António City Council – «The Algarve in Morocco in the XNUMXth and XNUMXth centuries»
15:45: Edite Alberto, CHAM/NOVA – «Prisoners in North Africa: contributions to the study of Algarve captives (XNUMXth-XNUMXth century)»
16:30 pm: Carla Vieira, CHAM/NOVA & Alberto Benveniste Sephardic Studies Chair – «”Only there be your souls, your palms”. New Christians and the inquisitorial persecution in the Algarve in the XNUMXth century»
17:15 pm: Rui Manuel Loureiro, ISMAT & CHAM/NOVA – «Algarvians in the Orient in the XNUMXth century, a brief survey»
18h00: Closing