Pinto, António Costa 1953-
Pinto, António Costa 1953-
(Antonio Costa Pinto)
Born September 16, 1953, in Lisbon, Portugal. Education: European University Institute, Florence, Italy, Ph.D., 1992.
Office—Institute of Social Science, University of Lisbon, Av. Prof. Aníbal Bettencourt 9, 1600-189 Lisbon, Portugal. E-mail—[email protected]
Writer. Instituto Superior de Ciencias do Trabalho e da Empresa, Lisbon, Portugal, professor of modern European history and politics. Contemporary Portuguese History Resource Center, assistant director; University of Lisbon, senior fellow at Social Science Institute. Stanford University, visiting professor, 1993; Princeton University, senior visiting fellow, 1996; Institut d'Études Politiques, Paris, visiting professor, 1999-2003; University of California, Berkeley, senior visiting fellow, 2000.
(With Nuno Afonso Ribeiro) A Acção Escolar Vanguarda, 1933-1936: a juventude nacionalista nos primórdios do estado novo, Cooperativa (Lisbon, Portugal), 1980.
O Salazarismo e o fascismo europeu: problemas de interpretação nas ciências sociais, Editorial Estampa (Lisbon, Portugal), 1992, translation published as Salazar's Dictatorship and European Fascism: Problems and Perspectives of Interpretation, Social Science Monographs (Boulder, CO), 1994.
Os Camisas Azuis: ideologia, elites e movimentos fascistas em Portugal, 1914-1945, Editorial Estampa (Lisbon, Portugal), 1994.
(Editor and contributor) Modern Portugal, Society for the Promotion of Science and Scholarship (Palo Alto, CA), 1998.
(Editor, with Nuno S. Teixeira) A Primeira Republica Portuguesa—entre o Liberalismo e o Autoritarismo, Colibri (Lisbon, Portugal), 1999.
The Blue Shirts: Portuguese Fascists and the New State, Social Science Monographs (New York, NY), 2000.
(Editor and contributor) Portugal Contemporâneo, Sequitur (Madrid, Spain), 2000, translation published as Contemporary Portugal: Politics, Society, and Culture, Social Science Monographs (New York, NY), 2003.
O fim do império portugues: a cena internacional, a guerra colonial, e a descolonização, 1961-1975, Livros Horizonte (Lisbon, Portugal), 2001.
(Editor, with Maria Inácia Rezola) Os presidentes de República Portuguesa, Temas e Debates (Lisbon, Portugal), 2001.
(Editor, with Nuno S. Teixeira) Southern Europe and the Making of the European Union, 1945-1980s, Social Science Monographs (New York, NY), 2002.
(Editor, with Pedro Tavares de Almeida and Nancy Bermeo) Who Governs Southern Europe: Regime Change and Ministerial Recruitment, 1850-2000, F. Cass (Portland, OR), 2003.
(Editor, with Stewart Lloyd-Jones, and contributor) The Last Empire: Thirty Years of Portuguese Decolonization, Intellect (Portland, OR), 2003.
(Editor, with André Freire) Elites, sociedades e mudança politica, Celta (Oeiras, Portugal), 2003.
(Editor) 25 de Abril: os desafios para Portugal nos próximos 30 anos, Presidência do Conselho de Ministros (Lisbon, Portugal), 2004.
Contributor to books, including The Conditions of Democracy in Europe, 1919-1939, edited by Dirk Berg-Schlosser and Jeremy Mitchell, Macmillan (New York, NY), 2000; Civil Society before Democracy, edited by Nancy Bermeo and P. Nord, Rowman & Littlefield (Lanham, MD), 2000; The Politics of Memory and Democratization, edited by Alexandra Barahona de Brito, Carmen González Enriquez, and Paloma Aguillar, Oxford University Press (Oxford, England), 2001; Public Opinion and Europe: National Identity in European Perspective, edited by Anne Dulphy, Peter Lang (New York, NY), 2003; and European Union Enlargement: A Comparative History, edited by Wolfram Kaiser and Jurgen Elvert, Routledge (London, England), 2004. Contributor to periodicals, including South European Society and Politics.
Some of Pinto's books have been translated into Italian or Spanish.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND CRITICAL SOURCES:
History: Review of New Books, winter, 2001, Clarence B. Davis, review of The Blue Shirts: Portuguese Fascists and the New State, p. 71.
Journal of Modern History, September, 2003, Marla Stone, review of The Blue Shirts, p. 711.
University of Lisbon Web Site: António Costa Pinto Home Page, http://www.ics.ul.pt/ (July 5, 2005).