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Ana Luísa dos Santos Marques

Email: ana.marques@universidadeeuropeia.pt
Degree: Ph.D.
Scientific Area: Fine Arts (Science of Art)
Affiliation: IADE, Universidade Europeia
Category: Auxiliar Professor

ORCID: 0000-0003-4566-6263
Languages: Portuguese, English (B2)
Research Interests:
Social Design, Critical Design, History, Theory and Criticism of Design, Art, Architecture, Slow Design


Ana Luísa Marques is an assistant professor of Design History, Theory and Criticism in the Master in Design and Visual Culture, that she is currently coordinating, and the Bachelor’s Design courses at IADE – Universidade Europeia, Lisbon, Portugal. She has a PHD in Fine Arts (2015), with a scholarship from FCT, a Master degree in Theory of Art (2005) and a Licentiate Degree in Communication Design (2001), University of Lisbon, Faculty of Fine Arts. She has been teaching since 2010, having experienced several academic environments such as the Faculty of Fine Arts, the Faculty of Architecture and IADE, with more than a dozen
theoretical curricular units lectured. Since 2005 she have published several articles on Typography, Engraving, Bookbinding, Sculpture and Architecture. She has already tutored several masters’ dissertations and she is currently tutoring others in Communication Design, Branding, Design Practices and Inclusive Design. She was co‐founder and designer at BAGA Design (2010‐2016), a design studio with national and international clients and several pro‐bono projects for charity institutions. Having worked in the National Library of Portugal in the area of Preservation and
Conservation, she acquired a practical knowledge that she later applied in several

bookbinding projects for old book collectors and bibliophiles.
Since 2014 she is collaborating with the Centre of Philosophy Studies of the Faculty of Human Sciences, Catholic University of Portugal, having published articles about art and architecture under the project “Redemption and Eschatology in Portuguese Thinking”. She is currently starting a post‐doctorate project entitled “Design History, Theory and Criticism: Specific territories and permeabilities”.
Her fields of interest range from Social Design; Critical Design; History, Theory and Criticism of Design, Art and Architecture; devoting a particular attention to old crafting techniques applied to contemporary design practice, covering the field of Slow Design.

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