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Contemporary History and Citizenship
Scholar Year: 2020/2021 - 1S
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|Carlos José das Neves Moreira Cardoso da Cruz||Head|
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Intended learning outcomes (Knowledges, skills and competencies to be developed by the students)
The most important outcomes are: to identify the most important moments of contemporary portuguese history; to relate the different dimensions (space and time) of the contemporary period and to understand them in a double synchronic and diachronic dimension; to identify the most important actors of contemporary Portugal history and to analyse their action and intervention; to use the history knowledge in a critical perspective and the understanding of how the past options influences both present and future; to understand, to interpret and to question, from a critical point of view, the sources and different information elements respecting the rules of historic investigation; to use and organize different literacy skills in the study oh historic subjects and phenomena of the contemporary world in order that students may reveal basic understanding in different knowledge areas such as social, scientific, artistic and technological ones
A The liberal revolution. 1. The new republican regime and 5th october 1910 1.2. Non confessional state and the religious question. 2. The Republic and the social movements. 3. Sidonismo 3.1. The modern elements of sidonismo 1. Estado Novo: The crisis of the republican regime and the international context 1.1.A new post war I geography. 1.2. The ideological bases of the Estado Novo.
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2. The straitening of the regime. 3. The social portuguese structure of the 30 and 50 years. 4. The forms of political and ideological submission during the Estado Novo. 5 . The relationship between Catholic Church and the Estado Novo. 6. From the consolidation of Salazar to Marcelo Caetano 7. The educative policy during the Estado Novo. MILITARY MOVEMENT, REVOLUTION AND CONSTITUCIONAL LEGITIMACY
Demonstration of the syllabus coherence with the UC intended learning outcomes
The understanding, the appreciation and the critical evaluation of contemporary Portuguese history, its regional and world while integration, its values and its possible future must be some of the most important aspects of the construction and straitening of identity, to what History as an academic subject may and has to be used. The construction of critical citizens, able to identify and to use their civic rights of intervention, is reinforced by the way that the importance of History is used in this curriculum. Working from this contents on, we want students to be aware of “fundamental references” that allow them a strong reading, both in a synchronic and diachronic dimension, of the most important moments of Portugal’s contemporary history.
Sessions of theory using different methodologies, mostly in presence of the hole group; Focused discussion about some themes, based on bibliography and original documents analysis, in different supports; collective interpretation and analysis of information, both theory and data gathering materials; production of written essays (a comment of a document; an article, a short monographic work); oral presentation of the results of those papers; individual or group project from primary sources of information. Tutorial support is mostly in presence but it may also use email and Moodle Platform. The evaluation includes classes work, an oral presentation and a written test.
Demonstration of the teaching methodologies coherence with the curricular unit's intended learning outcomes
The teaching methodologies intend to put students in contact with historical knowledge, through the reading and analysis of investigations produced by recognized investigators in the contemporary history area, so that they can recognize the most important aspects of theory in the subject. The investigation students must be able to do, from primary sources and related to the local history, means a lot in the learning process. The most important issue is to see how they have access and how they begin to use the methods of investigation in history. The tutorial sessions and support discussions have a huge importance in the preparation and the guidance of those investigation projects.
Assessment methodologies and evidences
The evaluation includes classes work, an oral presentation and a written test.
Students have to attend 75% of the classes.
Assement and Attendance registers
Barreto, António; Mónica, M. F. (coord.) (2000) Dicionário de História de Portugal. Porto: Figueirinhas. Palácios Cerezales, Diego (2011) Portugal à Coronhada. Lisboa: Tinta da China. Ramos Rui; Sousa, Bernardo Vasconcelos e; Monteiro, Nuno (2011) História de Portugal, Lisboa: A Esfera dos Livros. Reis, António (coord.)(1998) Portugal Contemporâneo. Lisboa: Alfa. Bibliografia Específica Costa, Albérico Afonso (2011) Salazar e a Escola Técnica: Uma reforma tolerada num regime intolerante. Lisboa: Parceria A.M. Pereira. Madeira, João; Pimentel, Irene; Farinha, Luís (2007) Vítimas de Salazar: Estado Novo e violência política. Lisboa: Esfera dos Livros. Mónica, Maria Filomena (1978) Educação e Sociedade no Portugal de Salazar. Lisboa: Presença. Pimentel, Irene (2000) História das Organizações Femininas no Estado Novo. Lisboa: Círculo de Leitores. Telo, A. José (1984) Decadência e queda da I República. 2 vols. Lisboa: Regra do Jogo.