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PhD student (CES/III-UC). Her research focus on the role of private companies in the production of colonial space in Africa, exploring overlooked architectural protocols, built forms and transnational connections. Current research interests span architectural and planning history, (post)colonial heritage and knowledge circulation. Research fellow in the project “ArchWar: Dominance and mass-violence through Housing and Architecture during colonial wars. The Portuguese case” (DIN MIA’CET). Contributions include the co-organization of the exhibition “Colonizing Africa: Reports on Colonial Public Works” (2019) and several publications, namely “Colonial enterprises and urban design in Africa: transnational knowledge, local agency and the Diamond Company of Angola” [forthcoming 2022].