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Teaching

The ARTIS - Institute of Art History, part of the History Department of FLUL, offers training in Art History, Heritage and Restoration Theory throughout three Study Cycles. 

R&D Unit

The Institute was founded in 2009 as a new research unit of the School of Arts and Humanities of the University of Lisbon. It is funded by FCT since 2015.

Publications

ARTIS-IHA publishes two journals, both with double-blind peer review: ARTIS - Revista de História da Arte e Ciências do Património and ARTis ON (published online in open access), along with other publications.

AzLab#64: Islamic Motifs


Islamic Geometric Motifs in Portuguese Tiles
 
AzLab continues to travel without leaving home! Next stop: Milan!
 
Aydan Aghabayli, from Azerbaijan, explores the use of Islamic geometric motifs in Portuguese tiles. This subject was part of her Master's thesis, entitled "A Parametric Envision of Portuguese and Azerbaijan Islamic Geometric Patterns". Currently enrolled in a second Master's programme, on Building Information Modelling (BIM), Aydan Aghabayli continues to explore the relationship between architectural heritage and computation. What new perspectives will he bring to tile studies? Curious? Then be sure to attend!
 
Registration via Google forms or by e-mail (redeazulejo@letras.ulisboa.pt).
Once the session is scheduled, each participant will receive the link and a password.


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2021 Call for PhD Research Studentships

 

The application period for the FCT Call for Ph.D. Research Studentships 2021 will take place between March 1 and 5:00p.m. (Lisbon time) on March 31, 2021. In this edition, FCT will award 1450 studentships.
 
All procedures for applying, evaluating, disseminating results, complaints and / or appeals and contracting take place on the myFCT electronic platform.


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"Encontros com o Património" - Mural Painting

Sunday, February 28th, 10:00a.m.

 

Next Sunday, the 28th, at 10 am, do not miss Joaquim Caetano, a researcher at ARTIS-IHA, in the TSF program "Encontros com o Património" whose theme is the mural paintings on both sides of the mountain range with Castilla y León.