In Jornal Público, 15 November 2020.
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“Go out with a researcher”: Tourism for Science in Times of Ocean Degradation
at the 2nd International Workshop in Economic and Organizational Sociology, ISEG, Portugal.
New priests in town: on how the ocean is conquering the land in the Azores
at the 16th EASA Biennial Conference, University of Lisbon, Portugal.
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In E. Probyn, K. Johnston and N. Lee (eds), Sustaining Seas: Oceanic space and the politics of care (pp. 87–98). Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield. (Mónica Truninger, João Afonso Baptista, David Evans, Peter Jackson and Nádia Nunes).
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Poetocracy: Science, Sovereignty and the Embodiment of Ocean Depths
at the Department of Anthropology and Cultural Research, University of Bremen, Germany.
A Novel Genre of Poetry: Science, Naturalness and the Territorialization of the Ocean
at the The high seas and the deep oceans, Frøya, Norway.
Worldviews from the sea
Panel at Congress of the Portuguese Anthropological Association (APA), School of Social Sciences and Humanities, Lisbon
Há Zombies no Mercado: Mar, frescura, e a ausência de diferença
[There are Zombies in the Market: Sea, freshness, and the absence of difference].
at the Seminário Identidades, Culturas, Vulnerabilidades, University of Lisbon, Lisbon Portugal.
What’s in a word? “Natural” in the modern redefinition of the sea.
at Becoming treasures of the sea: Epistemological constructions and marine resource regulation, University of Azores, Ponta Delgada, Azores.
Scientific Sea: Anthropological Engagements with the “Natural” and “Unnatural”.
at Uncanny Futures: Speculative Ecologies of Waste,
Hanse-Wissenschaftskolleg – Institute for Advanced Study, Bremen, Germany.