Researcher, Centro de Estudos Internacionais; Guest Assistant Professor, Department of Political Economy
Esteves, A.. 2019. "Constructing Solidarity Economy-based Livelihoods". Museum International 71 (1-2): 132-139. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/14680033. Publicado • 10.1080/13500775.2019.1638069 Esteves, A.. 2019. "Mobilizational Commons: Solidarity Economy Markets and “Edge Work” in the Construction of Cooperative Post Capitalist Livelihoods". Journal of Consumer Culture. https://ciencia.iscte-iul.pt/publications/mobilizational-commons-solidarity-economy-markets-and-edge-work-in-the-construction-of-cooperative/59023?lang=en. Em revisão Esteves, A.. 2019. "The Ecovillage Model as a Strategy of Peace Education: A case study in Israel-Palestine". Journal of Peace Education. https://ciencia.iscte-iul.pt/publications/the-ecovillage-model-as-a-strategy-of-peace-education--a-case-study-in-israel-palestine-/59024?lang=en. Esteves, A.. 2019. "‘Systemic thinking’, ‘regenerative culture’, and new forms of prefigurative politics: challenges for the global left". Globalizations: 1-5. https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/rglo20. Publicado • 10.1080/14747731.2019.1670954 Esteves, A.. 2019. "Peace education for the Anthropocene? The contribution of regenerative ecology and the ecovillages movement". Journal of Peace Education 16 (2): 1-22. https://www.tandfonline.com/loi/cjpe20.
Ana Margarida Esteves is a Research Fellow at the Center for International Studies of the University Institute of Lisbon, ISCTE-IUL and Guest Assistant Professor of the Department of Political Economy of the same institution. She has a Ph.D. in Sociology from Brown University (Providence, RI, USA). Her research and teaching encompass the relations between the social and solidarity economy, the commons and the sustainability transition movements; synergies between nature, culture and technology; and the application of critical pedagogies, as well as strategies of non-formal education, to social mobilization and the promotion of participatory democracy. She is a founder and member of the International Editorial Committee of the journal "Interface: A journal for and about social movements" (www.interfacejournal.net). She is also a member of the RC47: Social Classes and Social Movements of ISA - International Sociological Association and part of its editorial platform Open Movements / Open Democracy (https://www.opendemocracy.net/openmovements ).