Call for Papers

II Encontro Internacional TODAS AS ARTES | TODOS OS NOMES



From November 1, 2019 to March 15, 2020.


July 6th and 7th 2020.


Faculty of Arts and Humanities of the University of Porto

Via Panorâmica, s/n, 4150-564 Porto, Portugal

Coordinators: Lígia Dabul, Paula Guerra e Pedro Costa

Scientific Committee: Claudino Ferreira, Cornelia Eckert, Glaucia Villas Bôas, Glória Diógenes, José Machado Pais, José Soares Neves, Maria Amélia Bulhões, Maria Lucia Bueno, Paula Abreu, Susana de Noronha e Ricardo Campos.

Executive Committee: Ana Oliveira, Andrea Copeliovitch, Camille Girouard, José Soares Neves, Paula Abreu, Pedro Quintela, Susana Januário, Susana de Noronha e Sofia Sousa.

Bringing together Brazilian, Portuguese and other researchers, and focused on the study of the nature and social impact of the arts, the Rede Todas as Artes | Todos os Nomes invites to its II International Meeting, which will be held in Porto, Portugal, on July 6 and 7, 2020. Encouraging and affectionate to the diversity of approaches and themes around art, the Rede Todas as Artes | Todos os Nomes promotes in their events and publications, since its inception in 2016, the convergence, communication and exchange between researchers and research networks on art in the areas of sociology, anthropology, cultural studies, history and arts.

Thus, the presentation of research results and debates on art, its spaces and hierarchies has been stimulated; the relations between art and the public sphere; cultural institutions and artistic practices in contemporary culture; the connections between sociologies, anthropology and contemporary art; street arts, graffiti, the city and youths; urban landscapes, arts and cities; curatorships, engagements and artistic identities; the critique of art; cultural and artistic diversity; identities, cultures, diasporas and nationalities; art and globalization; the art, technology, and enchantments of the world; documentary film and ethnographic narratives; the objects, the memories, the collections; the perspectives on body, gender and fashion in contemporary times; the issues of extended poetics and resistance music; the theater, the creation, the language and the contestation; the festivalization, events and cosmopolitanism of contemporary culture; underground and subversive artistic manifestations; publications on art and social life; the performance of the arts in social inclusion.

We ask participants to submit the panel and their summaries by March 15, 2020, on the virtual meeting platform: