Regina Campinho


Biography

Since 2015, Regina Campinho is a PhD candidate on "Heritage of Portuguese Influence: Architecture and Urbanism" at the Institute for Interdisciplinary Research (IIR), University of Coimbra, Portugal, with the research topic "Macao 1850-1950: Portuguese city at the decline of the Empire", co-directed by Luísa Trindade at IIR, Hélène Vacher, at the History of Contemporary Architecture Research Center, University of Lorraine, France, and Marta Oliveira, at the Center for Studies in Architecture and Urbanism, University of Porto, Portugal. Her research, which is funded by the History of Contemporary Architecture Research Center, University of Lorraine, France, by Macao Foundation, China, and also by the Council of University Presidents of both France and Portugal, focuses on Portuguese urban history, particularly in the 19th and 20th centuries' European imperial context. Graduate of the Porto School of Architecture, she holds a post-graduate degree in Architectural and Urban Heritage from the Centre des Hautes Études de Chaillot in Paris, France. Most recently Regina has worked as project manager for the National Program of Urban Renovation at the local government of Toul, France, in charge both of the historic and the social housing districts.