Iolanda Evora


PhD in Social Psychology from the University of São Paulo – USP, a researcher at CEsA/CSG, ISEG, Universidade de Lisboa and Professor of the Master in Development and International Cooperation (DCI) at ISEG. Her themes of interest are contemporary African mobilities, Afro-descent and the processes and dynamics of categorizing ethnic-racial minorities and qualitative methodologies.

She is the coordinator of the Project AFRO-PORT-Afrodescendence in Portugal: sociability, representations and socio-political and cultural dynamics. A study in the Metropolitan Area of ​​Lisbon (FCT, PTDC / SOC-ANT/30651/2017). She completed her postdoctoral research on the production of narratives about migrants and African mobility (CAPES/PNPD 2018) at the Institute of Psychology at USP, Brazil.