Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo


Biography

Miguel Bandeira Jerónimo (PhD King's College London, 2008) is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Studies-University of Coimbra, Portugal. He is a Professor at the PhD Program Heritages of Portuguese Influence (III/CES), University of Coimbra (since 2012), of which he is scientific co-coordinator. He is also an Assistant Professor at the New University of Lisbon (Portugal). He was a researcher at European University Institute (2008), a Visiting Assistant Professor at Brown University (2011 and 2012) and a Visiting Scholar at King's College London (2012-2013). Between 2009 and 2015, he was Research Fellow at the Institute of Social Sciences of the University of Lisbon. His research interests focus on the comparative and connected histories of imperialism and colonialism (XIX-XX centuries). Recently, he has been working on themes such as (1) the politics of difference in European colonial empires, namely the ideological and institutional instruments of engineering and legitimizing the political and socioeconomic differentiation within colonial empires; (2) the historical intersections between internationalism(s) and imperialism, namely in the interwar period, focusing on the League of Nations and the International Labour Organization and on the role played by internationalist and imperialist epistemic communities and pressure groups, and their interaction; (3) and the entanglements of idioms, programs and repertoires of development and modernization and of societal control and coercion at late European colonial empires, exploring the connected trajectories of late colonial repressive developmentalism. In 2010 he published Livros Brancos, Almas Negras. A "Missão Civilizadora" do Colonialismo Português, c. 1870-1930. In 2012 he published A Diplomacia do Imperialismo. Política e Religião na Partilha de África (1820-1890) and edited O Império Colonial em Questão. In 2014 he co-edited Portugal e o fim do Colonialismo. Dimensões internacionais and, in 2015, The ends of European colonial empires: Cases and comparisons (Palgrave) and Os passados do presente: Internacionalismo, imperialismo e a construção do mundo contemporâneo (Almedina). He recently published The "Civilizing Mission" of Portuguese Colonialism (c.1870-1930) (Palgrave, 2015). He coordinated the international collective research project "Internationalism and Empire: The Politics of Difference in the Portuguese Colonial Empire in Comparative Perspective (1920-1975)". He is also co-editor of the book series "História&Sociedade" at Edições 70 and "The Portuguese Speaking World: Its History, Politics and Culture" at Sussex Academic.


Latest Publications

Book Chapter

Bandeira Jerónimo, Miguel; Monteiro, José Pedro (2018), "Internationalism and Empire: The Question of Native Labour in the Portuguese Empire, 1924-1962", in in Alanna O'Malley and Simon Jackson (eds.) (org.), The Institution of International Order: From the League of Nations to the United Nations. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 206-233

Book Chapter

Bandeira Jerónimo, Miguel; Monteiro, José Pedro (2018), "Revogação do estatuto político, civil e criminal do indígena (1961)", in Miguel Cardina e Bruno Sena Martins (org.), As Voltas do Passado: a Guerra Colonial e as Lutas de Libertação. Lisboa: Tinta-da-China, pp. 102-109

Book Chapter

Bandeira Jerónimo, Miguel (2018), Portuguese Colonialism in Africa, in Thomas Spear et al. (org.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 30 pp.