Anglo-Portuguese Studies is one of CETAPS's founding research groups. It was launched in 1981 under the coordination of Maria Leonor Machado de Sousa.
The British Culture and History Research Group, one of two such groups based in the Lisbon branch of the CETAPS, was launched in December 2008 under the coordination of Filipe Furtado.
The team was created in 2004 after the 5th International Conference of the Utopian Studies Society / Europe held in Porto.
This research group is defined by a commitment to forms of textual transit, cultural transfer, and intermediality.
This research group is located at the University of Porto and belongs to CETAPS, a centre committed to the study of the cultures and literatures of the English language.
This research area works within teacher education and provides “add-on value” to CETAPS in terms of research in the field of social and human sciences.
This calendar provides information on events and activities organized by CETAPS or attended by its researchers and collaborators. Click on the calendar to see who’s where and when
- CETAPS believes outreach activities to be essential to the fulfilment of the social mission of the universities and their research centres. CETAPS promotes high impact outreach activities meant to raise awareness of the nature and importance of the problems that are dealt with by the researchers, to diffuse knowledge, and to promote critical thinking. Besides its main outreach project, PAN-Utopia 2100, CETAPS offers seminars and summer courses meant for the general public.
We are commemorating the 500 th anniversary of the publication of Thomas More’s Utopia at a global scale. Collaborate by sending us relevant information, contribute with bionotes of Great Utopians and participate in the PAN-Utopia 2100 interactive project. If you are a researcher in the field of Utopian Studies, you are welcome to join the ARUS network.
ARUS - Advanced Research in Utopian Studies