Leonardo Coutinho de Carvalho Rangel

Leonardo Coutinho de Carvalho Rangel

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Biographical note

Leonardo Coutinho de C. Rangel holds a bachelor’s degree (2009), a master’s degree (2012), and a PhD (2018) in History from the Federal University of Bahia, having been a visiting researcher with the Institute of Romance Languages of the Faculty of Arts of the University of Porto between the years 2015-2016 (with a CAPES-PDSE scholarship). He is the author of the doctoral thesis “Esposas de Cristo: santidade e pretimento no Portugal seiscentista” (Wives of Christ: holiness and pretence in sixteenth-century Portugal); and of the book “A arte da salvação: ascetismo no Portugal da Reforma Católica (1564-1700)” (The art of salvation: ascetism in Portugal of the Catholic Reformation (1564-1700)). He is a collaborating researcher at CITCEM-UPorto, member of the research groups “Religion and Religiosities in the Atlantic World” (UFRB) and “History of Culture in the Luso-Brazilian World” (UFBA). He conducts research on spirituality and religious feeling in Portugal, with a book, chapters, and articles produced on this theme.