Some Links to Public Talks, interviews and press about projects
Vida Luso-Americana (com Helena DaSilva Hughes) convida Miguel Moniz
The Portuguese Channel, New Bedford, MA Syndicated
Helena DaSilva Hughes fala com o antropólogo Miguel Moniz.
Recorded conference: Falmouth Forum on Opioids and Overdose
Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) on Opioids and Overdose (RI Hospital)
Organized by the COBRE on Opioids and Overdose Migrant Communities Project initiative directed by Miguel Moniz, and co sponsored by Cape Cod Cape Verdean Museum and Cultural Center, the Cape Verdean Club of Falmouth, and the Portuguese American Association of Falmouth.
Virtual forum to tackle local opioid crisis, weigh in on Portugal’s drug approach
Herald News/O Jornal (Fall River)
After a year of increased opioid overdose deaths in Massachusetts, first responders, healthcare workers, policy makers, law enforcement, researchers and other community shareholders will come together June 5 in a virtual “Falmouth Forum on Opioids and Overdose” to discuss and educate the public about innovative approaches to help ameliorate the effects of this crisis and related policies.
Nas Campanhas pelo Voto Luso-americano, os Políticos Comem Muito Bacalhau. Entrevista a Miguel Moniz
Diário de Notícias (Lisbon)
Nascido no Massachusetts, o antropólogo Miguel Moniz é investigador do CRIA-ISCTE/IUL, em Lisboa, e da Brown University, em Providence, e nesta entrevista desmistifica a ideia de que todos os portugueses na América lá chegaram em barcos baleeiros ou que a comunidade tem estado pouco envolvida nas lutas políticas e sociais. Acredita também na força de umas relações EUA-Portugal baseadas nos princípios democráticos, respeito pelos direitos humanos e igualdade social....
O Neto de Açorianos à Frente do Porta-aviões que
Desafia a China.
Diário de Notícias (Lisbon)
Falmouth, ao contrário de New Bedford, onde existe um museu baleeiro, e de Provincetown, onde ainda há traineiras com nomes portugueses, não atraiu os portugueses para uma vida no mar, mas sim para serem operários agrícolas, sobretudo na apanha do arando, esclarece o antropólogo Miguel Moniz, que lá nasceu. Muitos compraram um pedaço de terra e tiveram algum sucesso económico, financiando até a construção de uma igreja, além dos salões da Irmandade. A família Verissimo fez parte da comunidade de...
Portuguese Drug Model to be Discussed at RI Expert Conference
The Herald News / O Jornal (Fall River)
Can Portugal's Success decriminalizing drug addiction help improve the opiod crisis in Rhode Island? That's a question a panel composed of several policy makers, healthcare, and legal experts will try to answer on March 12 at a unique conference to be held at the Amigos da Terceira in Pawtucket. Presented by the Cobre on Opioids and Overdose....
Entrevista com o Dr. Miguel Moniz, conversa com Irene Amaral. Radio Interview on the COBRE on Opioids and Overdose "Portuguese Model" initiative
WJFD, 97.3 FM (New Bedford)
Miguel Moniz conversa com Irene de Amaral sobre a iniciativa que pretende alterar a forma como o estado lida com os toxicodependentes, o que já levou muitos portugueses a serem deportados.
Recorded talk: UMass Dartmouth Speaker Series - Eulalia Mendes: The Life Behind a Legacy feat. Dr. Miguel Moniz
Ferreira Mendes Portuguese American Archives and Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture, Dartmouth Community TV
Deported in 1952, Eula Mendes (Gouveia, Portugal) organized Portuguese ind-ustrial migrant workers participation in New Bedford, Massachusetts and the Northeast. Arrested several times during the New Bedford Textile Mill Workers strike, she was also blackballed from working in the mills. This talk highlights the role of migrant labor organizers in the industrial workers movement.
Eula Mendes: The life behind a legacy of migrant labor activism & O legado de uma vida dedicada ao activismo sindical.
Fall River Herald / O Jornal
Dr. Miguel Moniz, a visiting professor at Brown University, looks at the life of Portuguese immigrant Eulalia “Eula” Mendes, who was 18 at the time of the 1928 New Bedford Textile Workers Strike, became a key figure in — and ultimately a martyr of — the fight for not only workers but also for migrant civic rights....
Recorded talk: Creole Cosmopolitanism in a Cape Cod Town?
Some notes about migrants, conviviality and conflict
Woods Hole Historical Museum, Falmouth, MA
This talk will explore histories of conflict and cooperation in Falmouth after the arrival of 2000 migrants from Portugal in the early 1900s, through continued waves of migration examining the work of migrants from Portugal in agriculture, domestic work and manual labor, and complex racial identities.
Portuguese, Azorean, Cape Verdean History Program
Enterprise (Falmouth / Cape Cod , MA)
The history of the Portuguese, Azorean and Cape Verdean migrant community of Falmouth is the focus of “From Field to Town” a program that includes site visits and discussions with scholars, researchers and residents exploring settlement and contemporary issues among waves of migrants and descendants from Portuguese-speaking regions to Falmouth....
Gloria de Sá interviews UMass Dartmouth Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture Visiting Scholar, Miguel Moniz
University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth CPSC and the Ferreira Mendes Portuguese American Archives, Claire T Carney Library
Conversation with Helio and Amelia Pedroso/FLAD Visiting Professor Miguel Moniz (University of Lisbon, Instituto of Social Sciences) about migrant community civic, social, and recreational associations, the racialization of migrant labor and migrant labor activism.