Loves and Dislikes

Dulce Maria Cardoso, Manuela Grazina and Rute Agulhas, and moderated by Marta Crawford.
11 February at 5pm
the conversation is subject to maximum capacity, free entrance.

On February 11, at 5pm, at Palácio Anjos, we have a conversation about Loves and Dislikes with Dulce Maria Cardoso, Manuela Grazina and Rute Agulhas, moderated by Marta Crawford.

Dulce Maria Cardoso has published the novels Eliete (2018), O Retorno (2011), O Chão dos Pardais (2009), Os Meus Sentimentos (2005) and Campo de Sangue (2001). Works that have won several awards and nominations. His novels have been translated into several languages and published in more than twenty countries. Dulce Maria Cardoso’s work is studied in universities in several countries, as part of curricula, and has been the subject of several academic theses, as well as adapted to cinema, theatre and television. The author has participated in several prestigious international festivals. In 2012, she received the decoration of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters from the French State. She signs, in Visão, the column “Autobiografia não autorizada” (chronicles published in book, in 2021) and she is a commentator in SIC television station, in the programme Original é a Cultura.

Manuela Grazina has a vast curriculum and experience in the areas of Biochemical Genetics, Neurosciences and Personalised and Precision Medicine. She has placed her skills at the service of scientific research, teaching and pedagogical quality, as well as in the promotion of scientific and health literacy. It organises various training courses, namely for teachers, doctors and other health professionals, mainly in the area of neurosciences, more related to the functioning of the brain, well-being, motivation, learning and happiness.

Rute Agulhas is a psychologist specialising in Clinical and Health Psychology, Psychotherapy and Justice Psychology. She is a family and couple therapist and forensic expert at INMLCF, I.P. She is also a visiting assistant professor at ISCTE-IUL and consultant for ACRIDES (Cape Verde) and for the Council of Europe, within the scope of a project on child-friendly justice. She has experience in the area of maltreatment, neglect and sexual abuse of children and adolescents, forensic psychological assessment and family intervention. She has worked in the clinical and forensic field with research and numerous publications (authored and co-authored) in the area of forensic psychology, divorce, children’s rights, positive parenting, mental health and child sexual abuse prevention.

Entrance to the talk is free, subject to room capacity.