Teresa Perdigão (b. 1951) is an anthropologist researching on popular religion, situated know-how’s and its relations to local culture in the Portuguese territory. Among her subjects of research is Santa da Ladeira do Pinheiro (Torres Novas, Portugal). She undertook an intense study of religious celebrations in Portugal and São Tomé and Príncipe, in particular about Popular Theatre and Auto of Florípes, held in Neves (Castelo Branco) and Príncipe Island. Teresa also researches on textiles and women’s labor in Peniche and Santo Amaro (Pico, Azores). More recently her field of interests includes food habits related to religious celebrations in Continental Portugal and Islands. She published books and papers on the aforementioned fields of research. Additionally, she also directed and produced the documentary film Nas Termas da Rainha; and co-directed O Auto de Florípes na Ilha do Príncipe and Pico – A Ilha da Montanha. Her forthcoming books are Monografia do Concelho de Óbidos and Doçaria Açoriana (certified desserts). [Scientific outputs]