Prisions | Criminal justice | Inequality | Ethnography
Manuela I. Cunha (CRIA, University of Minho): PhD in Anthropology and Habilitation in Sociology. She was vice-president of EASA and is currently the editor-in-chief of Etnográfica. Distinguished with a social sciences award for her ethnographic research on prisons and drug markets, she also studies intersections between criminal law, inequality and cultural difference. She coordinated a funded research project on vaccine hesitancy and is currently co-IR of the FCT funded research project Inclusive Courts: Equality and cultural difference in the practice of Portuguese courts.