José Pedro Monteiro


Biography

José Pedro Monteiro is a junior researcher at CES. He got his Phd degree at the Institute of Social Sciences - University of Lisbon with the dissertation "A internacionalização da questão laboral 'indígena' no império colonial português (1944-1962)" [The internationalization of the 'native' labour question in the Portuguese colonial empire (1944-1962)" within the Inter-Universitary Doctoral Program in History (PIUDHist). He holds a BA in International Relations from Minho University and an MA in Political Science and International Relations from Faculty of Social and Human Sciences - New University of Lisbon. His main research interests are the interconnections between internationalism and imperialism in the twentieth century, the internationalization of debates on political and social topics regarding late colonialism and the ongoing debates on the histories of human rights.


Latest Publications

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Havik, Philip; Monteiro, José Pedro (2021), "Portugal, the World Health Organisation and the Regional Office for Africa: From Founding Member to Outcast (1948-1966)", Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, (ahead of print)

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Monteiro, José Pedro (2020), "From 'Natives' to 'Aborigines': Late Colonialism, Indigenous Rights and the Global Politics of Sovereignty (1953-1962)", Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 48, 5

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Jerónimo, Miguel Bandeira; Monteiro, José Pedro (2020), "International organizations in colonial Africa", Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History

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