JOSÉ MANUEL LOUZADA LOPES SUBTIL

 

He has a Bachelor Degree in History from the Faculty of Humanities of Universidade de Lisboa University of Lisbon, a Master Degree in History of the 19th and 20th centuries from the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences of Universidade Nova de Lisboa, and a Ph.D. in Modern Institutional and Political History from the same university. He is also an Aggregate member of the History Group, in the subject Modern Institutional and Political History at Universidade Nova de Lisboa. He was Coordinating Professor with Aggregation at Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, where he was part of the General Council as an elected member. He is currently Full Professor at Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa where he was elected President of the Scientific Council (2010 to 2016) and a member of the panel of scholarship evaluators (History and Archaeology) of the Foundation for Science and Technology. He has held a number of public positions, and particularly in the last ten years, he has been Deputy Secretary General of the Ministry of Finance (1997-2000), in Sousa Franco’s Ministry, and responsible for setting up the Central Library and the Contemporary Archive of the Ministry of Finance. He was a member of the Reform and Rehabilitation Committee of Torre do Tombo National Archives, Director of Services of the Portuguese Institute of Archives (1990-1992), of the Commissions for the Promotion of the Coins and Medals Museum, of the Regulation of Common Structures of Tax Organizations, and of the Institute for Fiscal Training (1999-2001), created by resolution of the Council of Ministers. He was National Coordinator of the Accreditation Committee and member of the Board of the National Institute for Accreditation of Teacher Training in the Ministry of Marçal Grilo.

 

He has several individual and collective publications. Regarding the former, the following books stand out: O Desembargo do Paço (1750-1833), Ediual, 1996, O Ministério das Finanças (1801-1996), Minister’s Office, 1996, A Câmara de Viana do Minho nos Finais do Antigo Regime (1750-1834), Viana do Castelo City Hall, 1998, O Terramoto Político (1755-1759), Memória e Poder, Ediual, 2007, Dicionário dos Desembargadores (1640-1834), Ediual, 2010 and Actores, Territórios e Redes de Poder, Entre o Antigo Regime e o Liberalismo, Curitiba, Juruá Editora, 2011, História das Instituições I (1779-1884) and História das Instituições II (1885-1974), book entries. Dicionário de Historiadores Portugueses: da fundação da Academia Real das Ciências ao final do Estado Novo (1779-1974), BNP and CHUL. Retrieved from http://dichp.bnportugal.pt/tematicas/tematicas_hist_instituicoes_ii.htm (2017, January), “Os Poderes dos Juízes no Império Português do Atlântico: o caso do Brasil”, Júnia Furtado, Cláudia Atallah and Patrícia Silveira (Org.), 2017, Justiças, Governo e Bem Comum na Administração dos Impérios de Antigo Regime (séculos XV-XVIII), pp. 275-312. Curitiba: Editora Prismas. 

 

Regarding collective publications, he has collaborated in the following: volumes III and IV of História de Portugal, coordinated by José Mattoso, Círculo de Leitores, 1993-95; História da Universidade em Portugal, Universidade de Coimbra and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 1997; História Económica de Portugal, ICS of Universidade de Lisboa, 2005; Dos Secretários e Estado dos Negócios da Fazenda aos Ministros das Finanças, Ministério das Finanças, 2006; O Terramoto de 1755. Impactos Históricos, Livros Horizonte, 2007; História e Ciência da Catástrofe, Colibri, 2007; O Brasil Colonial, Civilização Brasileira, Rio de Janeiro, 2011; Vidas por el Derecho, Universidad Carlos III, Madrid, 2012; Do Império ao Estado, Morfologias do Sistema Internacional, Observare, Lisbon, 2013; As Formas do Direito: Ordem, Razão e Decisão (Experiências Jurídicas antes e depois da Modernidade), Juruá Editora, Curitiba, 2013.

 

He was the scientific coordinator of the DVD edition of the Dicionário Jornalístico Português by Xavier da Silva Pereira, Academia das Ciências and Grupo Impresa, 2009. He has supervised dozens of master degree dissertations and doctoral theses and has been part of about a hundred public viva voce exam panels. He has been involved in several research projects, especially through collaboration with ICS, ISCTE, IPA, IPVC, CEDIS, and OBSERVARE. He has about eighty articles published in journals, at home and abroad, and has given around one hundred presentations at colloquia, meetings and seminars. He was awarded the Academic Merit Prize of the Fernão de Magalhães Foundation in 1996 and 1997 and received four public praises.

 

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