Fellow: Department of History, PhD
I am Arnaldo Pinto Teixeira Caliche, Mozambican and I was born on September 25, 1976 in Manica Province-Mozambique. Junior lecturer and researcher of the Department of History at Eduardo Mondlane University since 2005. I assisted different subjects: History of the World, 1900-1945; World History Post World War II; Historiography of Africa; Political Economy of Southern Africa Between 1870-1980; Culture, Consciousness and Nationalism in Southern Africa Between XIX-XX Century. From 1998 until 2004, I conclude my BA honours degree in socioeconomic History at Eduardo Mondlane University. “From 2013 until 2016 (March), I did my Master Degree in ssocioeconomic History at the University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg). I participated in several research initiatives and feew of them are publicated, namely:
- The Policy of Socialization of the Countrys.de and Its Impact on Family Agricultural Structure in Manica District –Mozambuique, 1977-1987. Master Thesis. University of the Witwatersrand, 2016;
- History of the Struggle of Liberation of the Mozambique. Vol. 1. Maputo: Ministry of Freedom Fighters of Mozambique, 2014;
- Production and Trade of the Maize in the Colonato of Revue: A Analysis of the Colonial Credit System, 19740-1970, Department of History/Eduardo Mondlane University, Maputo, 2012;
- Peasant Agricultural and Trade and Production of Maize in Vanduzi, post-administrative of the Manica Province, 1987-2000”. BA Honours Dissertation. Eduardo Mondlane University, 2004.
Research interest: constitutionalism and transnationalism studies, oral and memory history, history of liberation struggle, politic and socio-economic history of the southern Africa region and the rural economic and development studies.