Joaquim Pinheiro é professor auxiliar da Universidade da Madeira (Faculdade de Artes e Humanidades) e investigador integrado do Centro de Estudos Clássicos e Humanísticos (Universidade de Coimbra). Tem desenvolvido investigação sobre a obra de Plutarco, a mitologia greco-latina, a retórica clássica e o pensamento político na Antiguidade Clássica. É membro do Projecto DIAITA - Património Alimentar da Lusofonia (apoiado pela FCT, Capes e Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian). Desde 2013, é coordenador do Centro de Desenvolvimento Académico da Universidade da Madeira. Trabalhos disponíveis online: https://uma-pt.academia.edu/JoaquimPinheiro.
Joaquim Pinheiro is assistant professor at the University of Madeira (Faculty of Arts and Humanities) and research member at the Centre for Classical and Humanistic Studies (University of Coimbra). He has undertaken research on the work of Plutarch, Greco-Roman mythology, classical rhetoric and political thought in Classical Antiquity. He is DIAITA Project research member - Lusophone Food Heritage (supported by FCT, Capes and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation). He has been coordinator of the Academic Development Centre at the University of Madeira since 2013. Work available online at: https://uma-pt.academia.edu/JoaquimPinheiro
Carmen Soares é professora associada com agregação da Universidade de Coimbra (Faculdade de Letras). Tem desenvolvido a sua investigação, ensino e publicações nas áreas das Culturas, Literaturas e Línguas Clássicas, da História da Grécia Antiga e da História da Alimentação. Na qualidade de tradutora do grego antigo para português, é coautora da tradução dos livros V e VIII de Heródoto e autora da tradução do Ciclope de Eurípides, do Político de Platão e de Sobre o afecto aos filhos de Plutarco. Tem ainda publicado fragmentos vários de textos gregos antigos de temática gastronómica (em particular, Arquéstrato). É coordenadora executiva do curso de mestrado em “Alimentação – Fontes, Cultura e Sociedade” e diretora do doutoramento em “Patrimónios Alimentares: Culturas e Identidades. Investigadora corresponsável do projecto DIAITA - Património Alimentar da Lusofonia (apoiado pela FCT, Capes e Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian). Trabalhos disponíveis online: https://coimbra.academia.edu/carmensoares]
Carmen Soares is associate professor with “aggregation” (habilitation) at the University of Coimbra (Faculty of Letters). She has developed her research, lecturing and publishing in the areas of Culture, Literature and Classical Languages, History of Ancient Greece and Food History. As a translator of ancient Greek to Portuguese, she has been co-author of the translation of books V and VIII by Herodotus and author of the translation of Cyclops by Euripides, the Statesman by Plato and Plutarch’s On Affection for Offspring. She has also published several excerpts of ancient Greek texts of a culinary theme (particularly Archestratus’s). She is executive coordinator of the MA course in “Food - Sources, Culture and Society” and Director of the PhD course in “Food Heritage: Cultures and Identities”. She is co-responsible researcher of the DIAITA Project - Lusophone Food Heritage (supported by FCT, Capes and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation). Work available online at:: https://coimbra.academia.edu/carmensoares
Humanitas is the oldest scholarly journal published in Portugal devoted to Greek, Latin and Renaissance Classical Studies, although it welcomes contributions from other interfacing fields of study (History, Archaeology, Philosophy, Religion, Art, Rhetoric, Reception of the Classics, among others). Owned by the Instituto de Estudos Clássicos of the Faculdade de Letras, University of Coimbra, Humanitas has been published regularly on a yearly basis since its inception in 1947. The journal is aimed at researchers and scholars, both Portuguese and international. Contributions in Portuguese (the language of the Lusophone world), as well as in English, Spanish, Italian and French are welcome. Given its growing internationalization, the journal privileges the publication of articles in English. Contributions can be of two types: a) original specialized articles constituting relevant approaches capable of stimulating the advancement of research in their respective areas; b) review articles of works published during the 2 years preceding the submission. Type a) contributions are subject to a blind peer review process by international referees chosen on the basis of their expertise in the relevant scientific areas. Responsibility for publication of type b) contributions rests with the journal’s Board of Editors and Advisory Board. This journal does not accept papers submitted for publication in other periodicals or books. Upon submission of their manuscripts, all authors must declare on their honour that they comply with this rule. Humanitas is indexed at Web of Science (Thomson Reuters/ESCI), Latindex, Dialnet, European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), EBSCO, Scientific Journal Impact Factor and BIBP (Base d’Information Bibliographique en Patristique).