Research Seminar in History - 1st semester


1. Ability to identify, access, analyse and integrate information from various sources, documents and texts to deal with relevant and complex historical problemas;
2. Knowledge of resources (including those based on ICT), available for research in one’s specific field of history and related fields
3. Abiblity to find, retrieve, contextualize and interpret substantial quantities of historical documents
4. Understanding of an ability to apply and practice principles of cooperative research to history and the social and human sciences.

General characterization





Responsible teacher

Ana Isabel Buescu


Weekly - 2

Total - Available soon

Teaching language





A bibliografia recomendada adapta-se aos temas tratados e à investigação desenvolvida por cada estudante./ The recommended bibliography adapts to the topics addressed and the research developed by each student.

Teaching method

Seminar (small group teaching)
Research seminar
Supervised research

Evaluation method

Assessment: Continuous evaluation of student performance, including their attendance and participation in the activities; A written individual work resulting from the activity of the student in course, that Includes a detailed research report of the activities performed and their results.

Subject matter

a) Advanced Training seminars and discussion of problems and research results, problems and research methods, and / or theoretical insights in the areas investigated in the research unit appropriate to their area of scientific and thematic studies, organized as:
i. Academic seminars.
ii. Cycles of conferences.
b) Development of practical activities for student research as part of an ongoing project that has been subject to external review, tutorial aimed at regime by the researcher responsible for the project or by another investigator in the Integrated Research Unit and member of the project team that the investigator name and that suits the branch and specialty chosen by the student


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