José Manuel Resende, Sociologist, Full Professor at Universidade de Évora, Researcher at CICS.NOVA, Collaborator at the Permanent Observatory of Youth–ICS/UL, collaborator at the Post-Graduation Program do Political Sociology of UENF/RJ/Brazil, external consultant at INCT/InEAC of UFF/Niterói/RJ/Brazil, external consultant at Vladimir Herzog Institute, São Paulo/Brazil and works together with Laurent Thévenot (Georg Simmel centre of EHESS), Marc Breviglieri (HETS, Genève, Switzerland), Luca Pattaroni (EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland)
Keywords: Sociological Theories; Pragmatic Sociology; Sociology of the Public Problems; Phenomenological and Hermeneutical Sociology; Sociology of the Common Places in the Plural.
2018 José Manuel Resende (coordenador científico), Alexandre Cotovio Martins, Marc Breviglieri, Catarina Delaunay (ed.), The challenges of communication in a context of crisis: troubles, misunderstandings and discords, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishers ISBN: 973-1-5275-1420-1.
2017 José́ Manuel Resende (coordenador científico), Catarina Delaunay, Das promessas (u)tópicas às (des)ilusões: daquilo que as experiências democráticas nos trazem para as pensarmos a partir dos seus dilemas e disputas. Carviçais, Editora Lema d’Origem, ISBN: 978-989-8890-00-9.
2017 José́ Manuel Resende (coordenador científico), Alexandre Martins, (editores), Convivemos numa sociedade justa e decente? Críticas, Envolvimentos e Transformações Porto, Editora Fronteira do Caos, ISBN:978-989-8647-97-9.
2016 José́ Manuel Resende (coordenador científico), Bruno Dionísio, Pedro Caetano, João Emílio Alves e António Calha (editores), As Artes de (Re) Fazer o Mundo. Habitar, compor, ordenar a vida em Sociedade, Portalegre, Centro Interdisciplinar de Investigação e de Inovação do IPP, 2016, p. 355, ISBN 978-989-8806-08-6.
2015 José́ Manuel Resende e Alexandre Cotovio Martins (ed.) The Making of the common in social relations, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishers (ISBN 978- 1- 4438-8107-4).
2010 José́ Manuel Resende, A Sociedade contra a Escola? A Socialização Política Escolar num Contexto de Incerteza, Lisboa, Edições Piaget, 2010 p. 372, ISBN 978-989- 659-024-6.
Desde 2017 Scientific coordinator of the project “Between School and Neighbourhood: strangeness, estrangement and hospitality”, conceived and developed within the sabbatical plan authorized by the Scientific Council of the NOVA School of Social Sciences and Humanities. This project is an unfolding of the project “Between the indifference of some and the intrusion others: tensions, dilemmas and misunderstandings in the parent-teacher relationship” submitted to funding under the last call opened by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) with the acronym BET_IND_INT_P.
2009-2012 Scientific coordinator of the project “Gender, Inequality and Humiliation: feelings of injustice in schools” (PIHM / GC / 0085/2008), approved in October 2008’s call promoted by the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology and the Commission for Citizenship and Equality of Gender. This project was completed in april 2012.
2004-2007 Within the Permanent Observatory of Schools integrated in the activities of the Associated Laboratory at the Institute of Social Sciences of Universidade de Lisboa and in the framework of the Research Program “The meanings that School does: Teachers, students and families”, coordinated by Maria Manuel Vieira, is the scientific coordinator of the research project entitled “Political Socialization of Students of Public Secondary Education in Portugal: Normative Frameworks, Devices and Schemes of Action”. This last project was carried out under a post-doctorate grant awarded by FCT – SFRH/BPD/20953/2004 – and with semester trips (in the second semesters of the academic years of 2004/05, 2005/06 and 2006/07) to France to work with French research teams on the same subject, with scientific co-ordination by Professor Jean-Louis Derouet in 2005 and 2006, and in 2007 under the responsibility of Professor Patrick Rayou.
2004-2006 Project approved by the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT) entitled “The place of disease, body and suffering in the representation of patient identity forms” (PSIDA/SOC/49712/2003). The research was carried out over a period of two years, from July 2004 to July 2006. The work was completed in December 2006 with the submission of the final report to the institution that financed the research (FCT and CNLCS).
2004 Project concerning the humanization of health care “Breast cancer and the suffering of sick women: from the policies of screening and reception to medical judgment: judgment and regimes of action”, coordinated by José Manuel Resende and integrated in the FCSH (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation).