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Amélia Siegel Corrêa is a postoctoral fellow at the Dept. of Anthropology and one of the researchers of the project Global Europe: Constituting Europe from the Outside In through Artefacts. She holds a Ph.D in Sociology of Art and Culture (University of São Paulo) as well as a M.A. in Sociology (Federal University of Paraná). Before joining the Global Europe project, she was a postdoc fellow at the Federal University of Paraná, with a research about gender and art; she is also a member of the research group Woman and Cultural Production in Brazil. Amelia has taught Sociology and Art History in several institutions in Brazil and authored a number of research publications, including a book about the norwegian brazilian painter Alfred Andersen (her Phd topic). She has also worked at the Alfredo Andersen's Museum in Curitiba for two years, and has curated a few exhibitions.
As part of the Global Europe project, Amélia Corrêa explores how the collection, circulation, classification and museum exhibition of objects define Europe from the outside in. Her research takes place in museums in Brazil as well as in Europe using anthropological, historical and sociological methods.
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In KU Amelia was responsible for Master´s Thesis Seminar and Workshop Moderator for Global Politics Course (Master in Global Development), both in Spring 2016.