Luís Filipe Teixeira

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Luis Filipe B. Teixeira
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Luis Filipe B. Teixeira 2006
Born Luis Filipe de Bragança e Sousa da Silva Teixeira
(1959-11-03) 3 November 1959 (age 54)
Luanda, Angola
Nationality Portuguese
Known for Philosophy - Poetry - Essay
Movement Contemporary essayists

Luis Filipe de Bragança e Sousa da Silva Teixeira (born November 3, 1959 in Luanda), Portuguese essayist and University teacher.

He has a PhD in Portuguese Studies and 19th Century Portuguese Culture by the Universidade Nova de Lisboa (1998). Master in Philosophy by the Lisbon University, he is at February 2012 tenured Professor in School of Communication Sciences, Arts and Information Technologies ((Member of the Executive Board) at Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias, in Lisbon.After, Researcher at CIES-IUL (ISCTE-IUL) and at NELI-Nucleo de Estudos em LIteratura e Intersemiose (Univ. Federal de Pernambuco - Brasil).

Research[edit]

  • Researcher - Coordinator with CICANT (Research Centre in Applied Communication, Culture and New Technologies) of a research line on «Comparative Media Studies» (since March 2005).
  • Researcher with CECL (Communication and Languages Studies Centre) of Universidade Nova, Lisbon, until March 2004 (year when he became Collaborator of the Centre) (investigator, member of the research team at CECL - Communication and Languages Studies Centre, which developed the project entitled «Trends on Portuguese Network Culture» funded by FCT (Portuguese ‘Foundation for Science and Technology’), within the scope of the SAPIENS 99 Programme (Project nº 34436).
  • Researcher/Member of the Portuguese scientific community on videogames and game studies.

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