Mariana Ramos de Lima
Mariana Ramos de Lima (born in 1994, Lisbon) is completing her last year of the master in Musicology (Historical Musicology) provided by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, after having obtained her B.A. in Musicology in FCSH / NOVA, in 2015. Her dissertation aims to study the miracles dedicated to Santa Maria de Terena in the Cantigas de Santa Maria and to approach this theme in a musical, historical and political context. Currently, she has a Research Scholarship in the area of the Cantigas de Santa Maria at the Centre for the Study of the Sociology and Aesthetics of Music (CESEM), working under the supervision of Professor Manuel Pedro Ferreira. At this center, she is a member of the Group of Early Music Studies and of the Group of Advanced Studies in the Sociology of Music. Mariana also contributes to the project “Models and variations: The medieval Iberian lyric in the Europe of the Troubadours”, a partnership between CESEM and the Institute of Medieval Studies (IEM), which was created to facilitate the expansion of the current database of the Galician-Portuguese Medieval Songs to include Provencal troubadours.