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SUSANA DE NORONHA | CV - 2018

 

PERSONAL INFORMATION

ORCID ID: 0000-0003-1823-4342

Nationality: Portuguese

URL: http://ces.uc.pt/en/ces/pessoas/investigadoras-es-em-pos-doutoramento/susana-de-noronha

 

EDUCATION

2012: PhD summa cum laude in Sociology (Approved by Unanimity With Distinction and Praise – Maximum Grade)

Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, Portugal

2007: Master with Distinction in Sociology (Very Good – Maximum Grade)

Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, Portugal

2003: BA (Honours) in Anthropology (final grade: 17.1 out of 20) Final monograph about artworks and art collections as extensions of people, spaces and places: 19 out of 20 points

Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra, Portugal

 

CURRENT POSITION(S)

May 2018 – (...) Researcher

Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal

 

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

2013 – April 2018: Postdoctoral Researcher 

Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal

2013 – 2018: Postdoctoral Fellowship (two trienniums)

Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal

2006 – 2012: Post-graduation student associated with NECES: Research Group on Science, Technology and Society.

Centre for Social Studies, University of Coimbra, Portugal.            

2004 – 2005: Assistant Professor

Course: Cultural Anthropology, 4th year of the BA Program on Eco-Agrotourism, Escola Superior Agrária de Coimbra, Portugal.

 

PRIZES AND AWARDS

2007: Winner of the “CES Award for Young Social Scientists from Countries Having Portuguese as the Official Language” (Award received from the Centre For Social Studies, Portugal)

2003: Winner of the “Bernardino Machado Award” 2002/2003 for the Best Graduate Student in Anthropology (Award received from the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Coimbra, Portugal)

 

FELLOWSHIPS

April 2013 – April 2018: Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (two trienniums), funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal

2008 – 2011: Doctoral Research Scholarship, funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal (Ref: SFRH/BD/37150/2007)

2006: Master Dissertation Scholarship from the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology, Portugal (Ref: SFRH/BM/24457/2005)

 

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

2004 – 2005: Assistant Professor - Course: Cultural Anthropology, 4th year of the BA Program on Eco-Agrotourism.

Escola Superior Agrária de Coimbra, Portugal

 

ESTEEM INDICATORS

Invited Reviewer for the following scientific journals:

2016 – (...) Interface: Comunicação, Saúde, Educação, published by UNESP, Brazil.

2016 – (...) CHASQUI: Revista Latinoamericana de Comunicación, published by CIESPAL, Quito, Ecuador.

 

Funding (Responsible):

Female Oncologists and the objects of cancer: an essay between social science, biomedicine and art. Postdoctoral research project (2nd triennium) funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology – POCH/MCTES, from April 2016 to March 2019. (53.820€)

The objects and cancer(s) of twelve Portuguese women, entangled among body, art and social science. Postdoctoral research project (1st triennium) funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology – QREN/POPH, from April 2013 to March 2016. (53.820€)

(P)arts of Cancer in Digital Walls: the hybrids of art, science and experience. Doctoral research project funded by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology – QREN/POPH, from January 2008 to December 2011. (SFRH/BD/37150/2007; 47.040€)

 

Media Experience: Live and recorded national and local television interviews.

2017, Recorded Interview, “Faz Sentido”, Channel: SIC Mulher, March 6, Lisbon, Portugal

Topic: material culture, women and cancer

2017, Live Interview, “Olá Maria”, Channel: Porto Canal, February 1, Porto, Portugal

Topic: material culture, women and cancer

2016, Live Interview, “18/20”, News Channel: RTP3, December 17, Porto, Portugal

Topic: material culture, women and cancer

2011, Live Interview, “Mais Mulher”, Channel: SIC Mulher, January 17, Lisbon, Portugal

Topic: art, women and breast cancer

2010, Live Interview, “Praça da Alegria”, Channel: RTP1, October 21, Porto, Portugal

Topic: art, women and breast cancer

2010, Live Interview, “Consultório”, Channel: Porto Canal, October 8, Porto, Portugal

Topic: art, women and breast cancer

 

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS (Early achievements track-record)

Publications as single/main author – monographs:

Noronha, Susana de (2015) Objetos Feitos de Cancro: mulheres, cultura material e doença nas estórias da arte [Objects Made of Cancer: material culture and illness on women’s art stories], Coimbra, Almedina.

Noronha, Susana de (2009) A Tinta, a Mariposa e a Metástase: A arte como experiência, conhecimento e acção sobre o cancro de mama [Paint, Mariposas and Metastasis: art as experience, knowledge and action on breast cancer], Porto, Edições Afrontamento. (CES Award for Young Social Scientists From Countries Having Portuguese as the Official Language 2007)

 

Publications as single/main author – book chapters:

Noronha, Susana de (2018) “Frida Kahlo de perfil” [Frida Kahlo’s Profile], in Santos, Boaventura de Sousa; Cunha, Teresa: Nunes, João Arriscado (Eds.) Sabedoria e coragem: os mestres e as mestras do mundo, Coimbra, Almedina. (in press)

Noronha, Susana de (2018) “Na terceira metade das coisas e do conhecimento: o desejo de um outro conceito e experiência de doença na arte de mulheres com cancro” [The third half of things and of knowledge: the desire for an alternative concept and experience of illness in the art of women with cancer], in Ana Paula Monteiro & Manuel Curado (org.) Saúde e Cyborgs: Cuidar na Era da Medicina Biotecnológica, Porto: Fronteira do Caos (in press).

Noronha, Susana de (2018) “Fotografías hechas de cáncer: el arte como pieza de la enfermedad en las historias contadas por mujeres” [Photographs Made of cancer: art as a part of illness in women’s stories], in Pardo, Rebeca & Montse Morcate (Eds.) Representar el dolor: muerte, enfermedad y duelo. Barcelona: Sans Soleil Ediciones (in press).

Noronha, Susana de (2015) “Metástases de um texto antropológico escrito entre mulheres, arte(s) e cancros da mama” [Metastasis of an anthropological essay written between women, art(s) and breast cancer] in Sarmento, Clara; Moreira, Carlota (Coord.) Semióticas da Comunicação Intercultural: da teoria às práticas, Porto, Afrontamento, pp 283-311.

 

Publications as single/main author in peer reviewed scientific journals:

Noronha, Susana de (2013) “Mulheres em morte-cor: os objetos que fazem e desfazem corpos e cancros metastáticos” [Women in ground colour/coat: objects that make and unmake bodies and metastatic cancers] in Saúde & Tecnologia, Suplemento, Julho, Lisboa, ESTeSL.

Noronha, Susana de (2010) "Duas Mulheres, a Câmara e o Bisturi: (re)misturas entre o incorporado, o artístico e o biomédico na experiência do cancro de mama" [Two Women, a Camera and a Scalpel: (re)mixing embodied, artistic and biomedical breast cancer experiences], in POP/ Publicação Oncológica Portuguesa, nº 02, Ano 02.

 

Collaborations in other publications:

Invited anonymous reviewer of the international scientific journals Interface: Comunicação, Saúde, Educação, published by UNESP, Brazil(since 2016); CHASQUI: Revista Latinoamericana de Comunicación, published by CIESPAL, Quito, Ecuador (since 2016).

 

Invited presentations (selection)

2017 – Invited Speaker, Roundtable: lightning talks about the epistemic status of “testimony” within the many practices and forms of knowledge, Interdisciplinary Meeting on Testimony, Centre For Social Studies, CES Lisbon, March 24. Topic: Portuguese women, cancer narratives, art and social science.

2017 – Invited Speaker, Social Sciences and Health Seminar. The plurality of research methodologies –Session 1, Centre For Social Studies, University of Coimbra, March 16. Topic: The third half of things and of knowledge: the anthropological method to mix cancer and objects among women, art(s) and science(s).

2016 – Invited Speaker, 9th Cycle of CEI Seminars, Centre for Intercultural Studies (CEI), Accounting and Business School (ISCAP), Porto, March 18. Topic: Objects made of cancer: women, material culture and illness in the arts.

2016 – Keynote Speaker, 1st International Doctoral and Master's Seminar UICISA:E 2016, Health Sciences Research Unit Events, Nursing School of Coimbra (ESENFC), Coimbra, Portugal, February 23. Topic: Women, art(s) and objects made of cancer: the third half of things and of knowledge, from modular illnesses to built-in objects.

2012 – Invited Speaker, Panel: Cancer – from institutional framework to subjective experience, III Conference on Social Sciences, Humanities and Health - Health: paths of reflection, Lisbon School of Health Technology (ESTeSL), Portugal, November 23.

2012 – Invited Speaker, Meeting BIOQ30 Exploring Networks 2, Institute of Biomedical Sciences Abel Salazar (ICBAS) - University of Porto, Portugal, May 2. Topic: Cancer between breast, art and social science: art as a piece of cancer.

2011 – Invited Speaker, 5th Cycle of CEI Seminars, Centre for Intercultural Studies (CEI), Accounting and Business School (ISCAP), Porto, Portugal, December 16. Topic: Other relations between cancer(s) and art(s) in the experience of women-artists.

2011 – Invited Speaker, III Symposium for the Prevention of Cancer Disease, Panel: Cancer and Society, an overview, Portuguese League Against Cancer (LPCC), Porto, Portugal, April 8. Topic: Cancer and Art.

2010 – Invited Speaker, Seminars of the Research Centre for Anthropology and Health (CIAS), Department of Life Sciences – Anthropology, Faculty of Sciences and Technology, University of Coimbra, Coimbra, Portugal, October 11. Topic: Paint, Mariposas and Metastasis: art as experience, knowledge and action on breast cancer.

2010 – Keynote Speaker, Conference – Breast Cancer, Health Institute of Alto Ave (ISAVE), Póvoa de Lanhoso, Portugal, January 7. Topic: art as experience, knowledge and action on breast cancer.

 

MEMBERSHIPS OF SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES

Since 2009: Member of the Portuguese Authors Association (SPA)

Since 2013: Member of the Portuguese Anthropological Association (APA)

Since 2016: Member of the European Sociological Association (ESA)

Since 2016: Member of the Portuguese Sociological Association (APS)

Since 2017: Member of the European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA)