Anita Lucchesi : Curriculum Vitae
Currently* PhD student in the area of digital and public history
FLSHASE / IPSE / Institute of History, University of Luxembourg – Laboratory of Digital History
Dissertation: Shaping a digital memory platform on migration narratives: a public history project on Italian and Portuguese migration memories in Luxembourg
Supervisor: Prof. Andreas Fickers (FLSHASE / IPSE / Institute of History)
Post-Graduate on Comparative History Program M.A. (Brazil)
History Department, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ)
Dissertation: Digital history e Storiografia digitale: a comparison on the writing of history in the History of the Present Time
Supervisor: Professor Dilton Maynard, Federal University of Sergipe and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Grade : Approved with distinction and reccomendation for publishing
Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)
Dissertation:Historiography on the Web: History, Internet and New Media – Issues and inquiries to 21th century historians
Supervisor: Professor Andrea Casa Nova Maia, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Grade: 10,0 (equivalent to A+)
University of Florence (Italy)
Lettere e Filosofie
Undergraduate Exchange Program
2013; 2013; 2015
Ministry of Education (Brazil)
Consultant for the National Program of Evaluation of Textbooks
12/2013 – 04/2015
@Rio450, Rio City Hall – A digital project to celebrate the 450º anniversary of Rio.
Responsible historian and web writer
01/2010 – 12/2013
Centre for Science and Distance Learning in Higher Education of the State of Rio de Janeiro (Fundação CECIERJ)
History Teacher in a social college preparatory course Pré-Vestivular Social
GRANTS AND AWARDS
AFR-FNR PhD Grant, PhD project retained for funding from 2015 to 2018, Aides à la Formation-Recherche - Fonds National de la Recherche, Luxembourg, 2015.
Best Monograph In Theory Of History And Historiogrpahy, Prize: publication of the undergraduate monograph in e-book format. Sociedade Brasileira de Teoria da História e Historiografia, Brazil, 2013.
SSHRC Connection Grant - proposal retained for travel funding to the National Council on Public History Meeting -2103. Social Sciences and Research Council, Canada, 2013.