Bruno Sena Martins


Biography

Bruno Sena Martins is Senior Researcher at the Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra. He is currently Vice-President of CES Scientific Board, executive co-coordinator of the Doctoral Programme "Human Rights in Contemporary Societies", and co-coordinator of the educational outreach activity "Ces Goes to School". Between 2013 and 2016, he was Co-coordinator of the research group "Democracy, Citizenship and Law Research Group (DECIDe)" In 2007 he was Research Fellow at the Centre for Disability Studies (CDS), School of Sociology and Social Policy. His research interests are centred on the body, disability, human rights and colonialism. He has undertaken ethnographic fieldwork in Portugal, India and Mozambique.


Latest Publications

Artigo em Revista Científica

Martins, Bruno Sena (2017), "Deficiência e as políticas sociais em Portugal: Retrato de uma democracia em curso", Periferia, 9, 1, 13-33

Artigo em Revista Científica

Martins, Bruno Sena; Fontes, Fernando; Hespanha, Pedro (2017), "Spinal Cord Injury in Portugal: Institutional and Personal Challenges", Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 28, 2, 119-128

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Artigo em Revista Científica

Meneses, Maria Paula; Braga Rosa, Celso; Martins, Bruno Sena (2017), "Colonial Wars, Colonial Alliances: The Alcora Exercise in the Context of Southern Africa", Journal of Southern African Studies, 43, 2, 397-410

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