Address

Max Planck Institute for European Legal History

Juelma Matos Ñgala

Hansaallee 41

60323 Frankfurt am Main

Juelma Matos Ñgala | Department II

Juelma Matos Ñgala
Juelma Matos Ñgala
Doctoral Student

Phone: +49 (69) 789 78 - 0
Fax: +49 (69) 789 78 - 169

Main Focus

  • Slavery in Angola
  • Freedmen and contractors in Angola, 16th - 19th centuries

Project

Curriculum Vitae

2016-2019
Head of Department of Social Sciences the Higher Institute of Educational Sciences / University Katyavala Bwila

2017
Member of the Research Project for Historical Education of the Higher Institute of Educational Sciences

2016
Member of the project of organization, description, cataloging and digitization of the historical documents of the court (district) of Benguela in collaboration with the University of Notre Dame (USA)

2015
Assistant Coordinator of the Research Project on Scientific Research in Archeology and History of Benguela Province in collaboration with the University of Panthéon Sorbonne / Paris1

2012-2019
Member responsible for the School of Archaeological Field of Practice in Benguela in collaboration with the National Museum of Archeology

2011
Professor at University Katyavala Bwila at the Higher Institute of Educational Sciences of Benguela

2005-2011
Professor of History at the II level of the Augusto Chipenda School in Benguela

2010
Collaborating professor at the Jean Piaget Polytechnic Institute

2009
Master in Management and valorization of Historical and Cultural Heritage. University of Évora

2008
Masters in History of Sciences and History of Techniques. University of Paris 1- Panthéon- Sorbonne

2000-2004
Graduation - degree in Education Sciences, in the specialty of History by the University Agostinho Neto

1998-2000
High School in Pre University Institute of Benguela in the specialty of Human Sciences

Publication References

1.
Juelma Matos Ngãla
The importance of intangible cultural heritage (CIP) through preservation and valorization, for the development of communities.
2.
Juelma Matos Ngãla
The teaching of history and the valorization of memory in the understanding of local history. A theoretical methodological approach.
 
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