Projects in progress

Prime Ministers of Portugal (1821-2015)

This project aims to produce a research work on the Heads of Government and Prime Ministers of Portugal since the beginning of the parliamentary regime in Portugal, institutionalized with the Liberal Revolution of 1820.

Digital Diário do Governo

This research project aims to digitize, convert into text and make available in free access online platform all editions of the Portuguese official gazette published between the Constitutional Revolution of 1820 and the end of the Constitutional Monarchy in 1910.

History of Accounting in Portugal

The aim of this project, carried out in partnership with the Portuguese Order of Certified Accountants, is to make a scientific analysis of the historical evolution of accounting in Portugal, from the foundation of Portugal as a state in the 12th century to the present time, covering the different dimensions of Accounting.

Portuguese Political and Business Elites

This research project has as main objective the construction of a digital database with the identification of Portuguese political and business elites at central and local level, from the beginnings of the Portuguese Constitutionalism (1834) to the present.

Routes of Memory

The objective of this project is to create tourist routes in the North of Portugal based on the flows of Portuguese emigration to Brazil from 1822 to 1949.

Bragança. From the origins to the Liberal Revolution of 1820

Following the Project "Bragança in the Contemporary Age (1820-2012)”, developed by CEPESE, this research project aims to continue the study and publication of the history of Bragança, this turn from its prehistoric origins up to 1820, in a rigorous and critical way, trying to capture the evolution of the city in the national and Iberian context.


This project aims to preserve and pass on the memories of immigrants from Eastern Europe. Based on the accounts of the experiences of the time before the fall of the Berlin Wall, second-generation immigrants will (re)tell the stories and memories of their parents and grandparents, becoming memory makers and actors of change.