Student mobility, lifestyles and urban change in Lisbon

The last March 22th LXNIGHTS member Daniel Malet Calvo presented his work on Erasmus students and urban change at MOB, Espaço Associativo (Rua dos Anjos, 12). The presentation was entitled: “Student mobility, lifestyles and urban change in Lisbon” and was part of a cycle of conversations around the transformation of Lisbon organized by HABITA and coordinated by Simone Tulumello (ICS – University of Lisbon).

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Daniel Malet Calvo (2018, April 3). Student mobility, lifestyles and urban change in Lisbon. LXNIGHTS. Retrieved April 24, 2024, from

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About Daniel Malet Calvo

I have a PhD in Urban Anthropology (2011) from University of Barcelona where I also have graduated with a BA in Social and Cultural Anthropology (2005), and a BA in History (2011). My thesis work puts forward a historical and ethnographic research focused on the most emblematic space in Lisbon's downtown: Praça do Rossio. I have been trained through many investigation projects, research grants and ethnographic works on Lisbon and Barcelona during my thesis, mainly focused on anthropology of urban space, city policies, collective action and olisipography. I'm also did research on Santiago island (Cape Verde archipelago), where I acquired experience on mobility conceptions, risk practices and urban renewal projects. Currently, as a post-doctoral researcher in the CIES-IUL (Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia – Instituto Universitário de Lisboa) I'm investigating ERASMUS students as a short-term migration actors involved on heritagization processes, space production and transnational dynamics. Besides this, I'm an active member of the Grup de Recerca sobre Exclusió i Control Socials (GRECS) in the Anthropology Department of the Universitat de Barcelona, and of the Institut Català d'Antropologia (ICA)

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