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Nome/ Name
Alcina Maria de Oliveira Cortez
 
e-mail
alcinamariacortez@gmail.com
 
Formação académica/ education
2012 – Post-Graduate Studies in
Estudos de Música Popular, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
 
2008 – Advanced Training Course in
Edição e Revisão de Texto, Faculdade de Ciências Humanas, Universidade Católica Portuguesa
 
1992 – Degree in
Musicologia, Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
 
Atividade profissional anterior/ Previous Professional Activity
2001 – 2011 (ten years) - Office of Science of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation
 
Executive production and coordination of the traveling exhibiton program of the following exhibitons:
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A Evolução de Darwin. Lisbon, Madrid, Granada, Oporto, 2009-2011;
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Ingenuidades, Fotografia e Engenharia 1846-2006. Lisbon, 2007;
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Ao Serviço da Saúde. Lisbon, 2007;
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À luz de Einstein, 1905-2005. Lisbon, Coimbra, 2006;
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Potências de Dez. Lisbon, 2002.
 
1998 – Head of Visitors/ Deputy Head of Visitors of
Pavilhão do Futuro, as part of Expo’98.
 
Júris/ Juries
2010 edition of the tender
Comunicar Ambiente on the theme Biodiversidade, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian.
 
Domínio de especialização/ Research Domains
Music heritage/ music and museums/ music as an artefact/ music as an object/ music and archives/ popular music’s museums narratives/ music and material culture.
 
Comunicações/ Papers in Conference
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ORTEZ, Alcina. Popular Music: Museological Narratives, 17th Biennial Conference of International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM), Universidad de Oviedo, Gijón, Espanha, 24–28 junho 2013.

CORTEZ, Alcina. When Text Leads to Seeing: Written Materials in Museums, ESF exploratory workshop on Visual Communication in Contemporary European Societies. Shaping Identities, Citizenship, Communities, Inclusion Strategies, Department of Interdisciplinary Studies in Translation, Languages and Cultures (SITLeC) of the University of Bologna at Forlì, Italy, 2-4 April 2011.

Artigos em revistas de carácter científico/ Papers in Journals
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ELICADO, Ana; CORTEZ, Alcina; VALA, Filipa; GAGO, Maria do Mar; CASALEIRO, Pedro. “Comunicar Ciência Numa Exposição: Uma Avaliação Exploratória de A Evolução de Darwin,” Seminário de Investigação em Museologia dos Países de Língua Portuguesa e Espanhola, Porto, October 2009.
 
Outras publicações
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ORTEZ, Alcina. “Três é o par perfeito: o texto senta-se entre o visitante e o objecto,” Informação ICOM.PT, Série 2, 10, Sep–Nov 2010.
 
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ORTEZ, Alcina. Olho Canhoto, romance (170 A4 pages, double spaced). October 2004 (unpublished).
 
1994/96 - Translator, from French into Portuguese, of the Encyclopaedia texts in the fields of music and dance of
Nouveau Larousse Encyclopédique. The Portuguese edition, Nova Enciclopédia Larousse (22 Vols.), was edited by Círculo de Leitores in 1997-1999.
 
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ORTEZ, Alcina. “Sequeira Costa toca em Queluz,” Jornal de Sintra, Vol. 61, N.o 3067, p. 16, 8th July 1994.
 
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ORTEZ, Alcina, “Orquestra Gulbenkian no Festival dos Capuchos,” Jornal de Sintra, Vol. 61, N.o 3069, p. 18, 22nd July 1994.
 
Atividade docente/ teaching activity
1992-97.
Provisional Teacher of Secondary State School in the subject of Musical Education.
 
1986-94.
Professor at the Lycée Français Charles Lepierre and at Diapasão school: Beginner’s course in Music for children and musical education for adults.

Outros elementos que considere importantes/ Other Activities
2000 - Advisor to the Institute of Environmental Promotion, Ministry of Environment, in the organization and promotion of the
European Day Without Cars.
 
1999 - Member of the design and production team of a series of exhibitions for the Agriculture-Environmental project
The Rural World and Nature Conservation, sponsored by the Institute of Agronomy and the Institute of Environmental Promotion.
 
1993/94 - Collaboration with the Fonoteca of Lisbon, Lisbon City Council, on the project
Maestro.
 
1992/93 - Assistant production of Theater Company
Saltimbancos.