FCT PhD. Fellow
Bárbara Carvalho is a doctoral candidate in Musicology at NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities (NOVA FCSH), with a FCT PhD Studentship (SFRH/BD/143976/2019). She is an integrated researcher at the Center for the Study of Sociology and Aesthetics of Music (CESEM), member of the Critical Theory and Communication Group, member of the Opera Studies Research Cluster, and member of the Research Cluster on Music in the Press. She is mainly interested in the study of music and cinema, especially music and mute films. She is also taking part in a cross-institutional project that is currently working on Armando Leça’s music for Georges Pallu’s films A Rosa do Adro (1919), Os Fidalgos da Casa Mourisca (1921) and Amor de Perdição (1921), involving Cinemateca Portuguesa, NOVA FCSH and Orquestra Metropolitana de Lisboa.
Bárbara CARVALHO (with Isabel Pina), “O crepúsculo do velho Teatro de S. João: Wagner, Puccini e a chegada da modernidade”, O Velho Teatro de S. João (1798-1908): Teatro e Música no Porto do Longo Século XIX, eds. Ana Maria Liberal, Ana Isabel Vasconcelos and Luísa Cymbron (Porto, Edições Afrontamento), pp. 451-74.
Title PhD. Thesis: Música e som no cinema mudo em Portugal (1986-1931): produção, repertórios e práticas culturais
Scholarship Reference: SFRH/BD/143976/2019
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