This community is an archive for research artefacts and outputs associated with the activities of CRIA.
CRIA is the main Portuguese research centre in Anthropology, occupying a significant position in the institutional eld of Portuguese social sciences. It is an interuniversity R&D unit based on four universities – ISCTE-IUL, NOVA FCSH, UCoimbra and UMinho – with shared management, fundraising, research dissemination, teaching and knowledge transfer capabilities.
Bringing together scholars from multiple and intersecting anthropological traditions, CRIA intervenes in the geopolitical restructuration of anthropological discourse and analysis, launching creative dialogues between bodies of knowledge frequently kept apart.
If an uploaded document has an existing DOI, it will be kept. If there is no DOI, a Zenodo DOI will be minted for the item.
Items with Open Access remain Open Access.
Items with closed access remain closed. If they are published on 31.12.1999 or earlier, they are made accessible for reading. Please consult your national copyright law for conditions of reuse.
Data included in this community must have been generated in the context of a research project at CRIA
Datasets derived from restricted microdata and/or commercially licensed databases must be reviewed by administrator before uploading
Artefacts must be published by CRIA members or affiliates.