Tiago Avó. Political cultures and cultural policies in the Portuguese Revolution (1974-1976)

Sander Berg. Supernatural elements in the novellas of María de Zayas

Giulia Bonali. Wearing the change: fashion in Portugal after the April revolution

Patricia Bossio. Collaborative dynamics between artists from different cultural geographies: the case of Transtango-Urban Encounters

Bea Caballero (AHRC Award). The spectacle of appropriation: the uses of Latin American cultural heritage in the construction of modern identities

Frederico Duarte (AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership with the Victoria & Albert Museum and FCT Grant). ‘Our poor, beautiful and culturally rich country’: the contemporary challenge of Brazilian design. Visit Frederico’s 2016 Brazilian fieldwork notes here.

Irina Ene. From testimony to memory: gender and racial identity in Portuguese post-colonial literature and cinema

Erica Faleiro-Rodrigues (FCT Grant). Women in Portuguese cinema before and after the revolution: representation and reality

Cláudia Figueiredo (FCT Grant).  The struggle on stage: theatre, proletarian cultures and social emancipation in early twentieth-century Lisbon

Dolores Galindo (Arts Research Studentship). Activism and subversion of genre in Mexican performance art

Catarina Gancho-Fontoura (AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnership with the Royal Society).  Picturing Mato Grosso, 1967-69: expeditionary science and salvage fieldwork

James Hemsley. The transition from dictatorship to democracy: changes and continuities; causes and consequences

João Laia. Portuguese art film and video

Agata Lulkowska. Visual representations of indigenous cultures of Colombia

Anne-Marie MacDonald. Mediating otherness: discourses and representations of poverty in the paintings of Bartolomé Esteban Murillo (1617-1682)

Eva Nieto-McAvoy (AHRC Award). A mind of winter? The intellectual exile of Arturo Barea (1939-1957)

Tomás Peters (CONICYT Grant). Nelly Richard’s crítica cultural and Chilean Post-Dictatorship (1970-2015): theoretical debates and politico-aesthetics explorations

Sara Santos. Royal women Hapsburgs and the Jesuits in sixteenth-century Spain

Florencia Souto Pacheco. Art, technology and politics: nomadic resistance and experimental communities in 2001 Argentina

Richard Tilbury. Visual representations of the Black Legend

Leyneuf Tines. Violent states, violent bodies, invisible outcomes: an ethnography of invisibility

Raul Valdivia (Maynard Keynes Award). Subaltern photography in Peru: the TAFOS Project