Rogério Santos publishes book on broadcasting in colonial Angola
BiPE’s First International Conference “Crossing Borders with a New Medium: Radio and Imperial Identities"
“Cross-disciplinary methodologies: When Communication and History come together”
‘Broadcasting in the Portuguese Empire: Nationalism, Colonialism, Identity’ (BiPE) is a research project based in the Research Center for Communication and Culture (CECC) and it aims to contribute to scholarship on Media, Empires and Colonialisms, namely through an interdisciplinary research approach that intersects the history of broadcasting with the history of the late Portuguese colonialism. One of the research goals is to understand the extent to which radio, as a new electronic medium of the first half of the 20th century, contributed to bolster and construct national and imperial identities across the territories of the Portuguese colonial empire.