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[Mesmo no regresso, os portugueses continuam a sentir-se emigrantes]
Even on their return, the Portuguese continue to feel as emigrants
[Mesmo no regresso, os portugueses continuam a sentir-se emigrantes]
Interview with João Sardinha
João Sardinha has a PhD in migration studies from the University of Sussex, with previous training in geography. His research interests are the return of the second generation emigrant, associativism in a migratory context, transnationalism and social space and migration to rural areas. Since completing his PhD in 2008 he has held various positions as a scientific researcher in various research centres in Portugal, among them: CES-Universidade de Coimbra, CEMRI-Universidade Aberta, IGOT-Universidade de Lisboa, ICS-Universidade de Lisboa, CICSNOVA-Universidade Nova de Lisboa. +

Interview held in Lisbon, on January 24th 2011, by Cláudia Pereira*,
revised for publication on July 2020.
Also available online version here.

 

Series  OEm Conversations With 
Number
  18
Date  July 2020
Pages  16
ISSN  2183-718X (online)
DOI  10.15847/CIESOEMCW182020
URI  http://hdl.handle.net/10071/20598
Keywords  Return, identity, transnationalism.

 

Cite as  Pereira, Cláudia (2020), “Mesmo no regresso, os portugueses continuam a sentir-se emigrantes: entrevista com João Sardinha”, OEm Conversations With, 18, Lisboa, Observatório da Emigração, CIES-IUL, ISCTE-IUL. DOI 10.15847/CIESOEMCW182020

 

* Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia (CIES-IUL), Lisboa, Portugal