excavation dance installation by SOFIA Ó e x c a v a t i o n is a dance installation that emerges from the everlasting encounter between a body and space, in the ground floor and the basement of the Aljube Museum. e x c a v a t i o n is an invitation […]
The Museum of Aljube promotes monthly Guided Tours to its Permanent Exhibition and the Temporary Exhibition Tarrafal Never Again!, aimed at the whole community, subject to previous registration through the Educational Service of the Museum.
In the years of strong repression on the opposition, Arlindo Vicente launched his candidacy for the Presidency of the Republic in 1958, which, despite the immense popular support, would be prevented from proceeding. Presentation by Domingos Abrantes and Armando Myre Dores. Edições Avante!, 2018 Activity in portuguese
In April, we invoke in the Museum the resistants and liberators, in their dual condition as freedom fighters, and as ordinary women and men who insist on remembering their time as the time of all men – because for all of them almost everything changed with the Carnation Revolution, except their deep conviction that Freedom is a precious […]
A Visit to the Aljube Museum and the Roman Theater Museum through the Pátio do Aljube At the late afternoon discover the two museums that share the same courtyard: the Lisbon Museum – Roman Theater and the Aljube Museum Resistance and Freedom. The “Pátio do Aljube”, one of the oldest courtyards in the city, and already present […]
Debate – Traumatic stress and intergenerational transmission
Interrogation room with PIDE torture chamber. Still of the report “World in Action”, Granada Television, made shortly after April 25, 1974.
Jana Javakhishvili (Director of the Institute of Dependency at Ilia State University in Tbilisi, Georgia and current chair of the ESTSS – European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies)
Participation of Afonso de Albuquerque (Psychiatrist, pioneer in supporting political prisoners), Aurora Rodrigues (arrested and tortured by the PIDE in 1973), Diana Andringa (Journalist, Trauma Center researcher) and Luísa Sales (Psychiatrist, Trauma Center Coordinator / ESC).
With simultaneous translation.