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Integrated Doctor | Assistant Professor
Faculdade de Motricidade Humana | Universidade de Lisboa
Estrada da Costa
1499-002 Cruz Quebrada - Dafundo
Portugal
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Tel: (+ 351) 21 414 9179

Biography

PhD in Dance (1995). Master of Science in Education (1988). Assistant Professor with tenure (since 2000 FMH). Teaching Dance at the Technical University of Lisbon - Faculty of Human Kinetics (since 1983/FMH-UTL). She teaches the disciplines: Theatrical Dance Techniques (I, II, IV); Fundamentals of Speech and Communication; Expression and Communication Practices - Creative Experiences of Movement; Fundamentals of Intervention in Dance; Intervention Practices in Dance; Dance Laboratory. Lecturer in the Master in Performing Arts/Dance: Choreography modules and also of Project Work. Co-producer of dance shows of FMH. Co-coordinator for two courses Postgraduate 'Dance in Educational Contexts' (2007 and 2008). Professor in charge of the Library of FMH (1999-2010). Scientific advisor of PhD theses and Master of Dance since 1998 (actually she has four Ph.D. students). Participation in International and National Congresses, through lectures and / or lecture demonstrations. Responsible for dance workshops in Portugal and abroad. National representative of Daci 'Dance and the Child International'(since 2009). Choreographer, highlighting its collaboration with 'Dancing with a Difference' group (presentation in Madeira and in Moscow). Researcher integrated into INET-MD, Ethnomusicology Institute - Center for the Study of Music and Dance. Polo FMH (since 2012).  Also member of the Study Centre of Performing Arts (CEAP).  Also noteworthy was the university international collaboration with Spain, France, Germany, Belgium, and Brazil. Since 1978 she presents a complementary formation in dance field. Trainer accredited by CCPFC fields: A31- Expressions, C05 - Specific Didactics (DANCE) and C07- Educational Innovation.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Research Group: Dance Studies