Paula Sequeiros


Biography

Paula Sequeiros is a researcher at the Centre of Social Studies. Her main research area is the intersectional field of information literacy, scientific writing and libraries. She also developed academic work on ecofeminism, a domain in which she gave talks, served as a journal reviewer and organised a conference. Co-coordinator of the Studies Group POSTRADE. Trainer in the program Publish do not Perish, CES. Coorganiser of the program Readings in Cultural and Linguistic Diversity addressed to the UC community. She developed her postdoc project The library in time: libraries from the print, oral and digital paradigms at the CES. Engaged with Open Access to scientific publishing. Degree in History, University of Porto (U.P.); Post-Grad. in Librarianship and Information Sciences, U.P.; Masters in Information Society and Knowledge, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya, 2002-2004; Doctorship in Sociology, U.P., 2010. She taught in postgraduate courses of Information and Documentation Sciences, 1988-2006. Former librarian in corporations and in academic libraries. Former editor for Portugal and a member of the Executive Board of the international disciplinary Repository e-LIS.


Latest Publications

Book Chapter

Sequeiros, Paula (2020), Lectura, género, penitenciaría: apuntes sobre metodología de una investigación cualitativa, in Carrillo Durán, María Victoria; Pérez Pulido, Margarita (org.), Metodologías y experiencias de investigación en comunicación e información. Badajoz: Cuadernos Artesanos de Comunicación

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Book Chapter

Sequeiros, Paula (2019), Cosas de mujeres: lectura y penitenciaría, in Marjorie Mardones y Tania de Armas (org.), Las prácticas de lectura en los recintos penitenciarios de la región de Valparaíso. Valparaíso, Chile: Univ. de Playa Ancha; Canita Cartonera, 91-101

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Article in Scientific journal

Sequeiros, Paula (2019), "A atribulada criação da Biblioteca Pública de Braga e o seu arrojado bibliotecário limiano", Ponte de Lima: do passado ao presente, rumo ao futuro!, 2019, 5, 119-131

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