Inês Nascimento Rodrigues


Biography

Inês Nascimento Rodrigues is a researcher at the Centre for Social Studies, where she develops her investigation within "CROME - Crossed Memories, Politics of Silence: The Colonial-Liberation Wars in Postcolonial Times", coordinated by Miguel Cardina and funded by the European Research Council. She holds a PhD in Postcolonialisms and Global Citizenship from CES/FEUC, in which she produced a study of the «Batepá Massacre» in São Tomé and Príncipe. Her current research interests include memory studies, postcolonial theories and the debates about the representation and commemoration of the Colonial-Liberation wars.


Latest Publications

Article in Scientific journal

Cardina, Miguel; Rodrigues, Inês Nascimento (2020), "The mnemonic transition: The rise of an anti-anticolonial memoryscape in Cape Verde", Memory Studies

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Article in Scientific journal

Rodrigues, Inês Nascimento (2019), "As múltiplas vidas de Batepá: memórias de um massacre colonial em São Tomé e Príncipe (1953-2018)", Estudos Ibero-Americanos, 45, 2, 4-15

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Book

Rodrigues, Inês Nascimento (2018), Espectros de Batepá. Memórias e narrativas do «Massacre de 1953» em São Tomé e Príncipe. Porto: Afrontamento