Ana Tostões. Ph.D. is chair of DOCOMOMO International and is Full professor of architecture at IST-University of Lisbon, where she specializes in twentieth century architectural and urban history with an emphasis on Re-Use practices. She has published widely, curated exhibitions, and taken part in juries and scientific committees. Tostões has been vice-president of the Portuguese Border of Architects and the Portuguese section of the International Association of Art Critics. Her research field is the theory and history of architecture and construction of the twentieth century, focusing on post-war II period and on the relations between European, American, African and Asian production. On these topics she has published books and scientific articles, curate exhibitions and taken part in juries, scientific committees and given lectures in European, American, Asian and African universities. Some of her works: Modern Architecture in Africa: Angola and Mozambique (2014); The Buildings. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (2012). Let's talk about  Houses in Cascais. Private life architecture (2010-2012); Pardal Monteiro, uma fotobiografia (2009); Arquitectura Portuguesa Contemporânea (2008); Lisboa 1758: The Baixa Plan Today (2008); Gulbenkian Headquarters and Museum, The Architecture of the 60s(2006); Arquitectura e cidadania. Atelier Nuno Teotónio Pereira (2004); Biblioteca Nacional. Exterior/Interior (2004); Portugal: Architektur im 20. Jahrhundert (1998); Keil do Amaral, o arquitecto e o humanista (CML,1999); Arquitectura moderna portuguesa 1920-1970 (2003). She was the coordinator of the research project (PTDC/AUR-AQI/103229/2008) “Exchanging World Visions” focused on the Sub-Sahara African architecture developed during the Modern Movement period.