Inês Fialho Brandão coordinates the Exiles Memorial Centre in Estoril, Portugal, which researches and interpretes the lives and memories of the refugees that passed through Portugal, 1933-45. She received her M.A. in Near Eastern Studies/Museum Studies from New York University in 2003; and her M.A. History/History of Art from the University of Edinburgh in 2000. She is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in History at Maynooth University, Ireland. Her publications focus on museum ethics, practice, and collections: Multiple voices on art and Islam (editor); Collecting for the Res Publica (contributor); ‘What’s in Lisbon?’ Portuguese Sources in Nazi-era Provenance Research’ (Journal of Contemporary History); Jewish Legacies in Portugal (contributor). In 2020, the Association of Portuguese Museology recognised her work with the "Museum Person of the Year" Award. For 2021, she has four articles on museum education and "difficult histories."