Class Research Seminar on Museology

  • Presentation


    This Curricular Unit is part of the set of curricular units of the Doctorate in SocioMuseology, which correspond to specialized knowledge covering, as a whole, the main areas of knowledge considered fundamental for the construction of the desired profile at the doctorate's level, with a workload of 15 contact hours.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    As a subject designed to present and share the state of the art of the research carried out for the preparation of the thesis, the syllabus of this course is dependent on each student's research path. In this sense, the choice of content and materials to be presented is made with the chosen advisor who will help his/her for demonstrate the results.

  • Objectives


    Allow students a moment to reflect and share the research developed, through a systematic presentation of the state of the art of the thesis. The most comprehensive objective is to find and share opinions and reflections on the subjects under consideration by the faculty, invited experts and other students of the course.

  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Tutorial research guidance to be developed through effective and active monitoring in scientific preparation, in the implementation of the research project and in the preparation of the thesis. The evaluation of the seminar is carried out by the faculty and supervisors, in a specific meeting, where students' performance is discussed, as well as the stage of development of the theses and their degree of compliance with the program initially defined. Each student must deliver a scientific article, following international standards, which can be published in a scientific journal with peer review, on the subject of their research. An annual study visit is made nationally (when most students are international) or internationally (when most students are nationals) allowing contact with different realities and forms of action, enabling new perspectives and sharing of knowledge with different realities.

  • References


    • Delicado, A., Cortez, A., Vala, F., Gago, M. do M., & Casaleiro, P. (2009). Comunicar ciência numa exposição: Uma avalização exploratória de A evolução de Darwin através de PMM. Actas do I Seminário de Investigação em Museologia dos Países de Língua Portuguesa e Espanhola , 2 , 8,18.
    • Ibram, & OEI. (2016). Pontos de Memória: Metodologia e Práticas em Museologia Social . Brasília: P h a b r i c a . O b t i d o d e
    • Kuhn, T. (2009). A estrutura das revoluções científicas . Lisboa: Guerra e Paz.
    • Moutinho, M. (2010). Evolving Definition of Sociomuseology: Proposal for reflection. Cadernos de Sociomuseologia , (38), 39,44.
    • Querol, L. S. (2015). O projeto SoMus e os novos modelos de gestão participativa dos museus locais na Europa. Anais do 2° Seminário Brasileiro de Museologia , 3 , 53,79.
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