Crisis, Anxiety, and the Colonial Origins of the Welfare State in Portugal, 1928–1944


Location: Hesburgh Center , Room C103

Pedro Ramos Pinto; lecturer in international history; School of Arts, Histories, and Cultures; University of Manchester

Pinto (Ph.D., Cambridge University) studies the historical interaction between popular movements and state policies. His research focuses particularly on Lusophone and Hispanic countries, histories of welfare and social policy, social movements, inequality, and transitions to democracy.