Since 2009, Olga Iglésias is a collaborative Researcher at the Center for African and Development Studies (CEsA/CSG, ISEG at the University of Lisbon). She holds a doctorate since 2009 in Economic and Social History by Faculty of Social and Human Sciences (New University of Lisbon), with the thesis: "The African Associative Movement in Mozambique. Tradition and Struggle - 1926-1962", under the supervision of Professor Fernando Rosas and the Teacher Jill Rosemary Dias. In the postdoctoral time, she conducted research on "The Colonial Power and the Impact of Islam in Mozambique, around 1954-1974", led by Professor Joana Pereira Leite. Since then she has presented communications at various international conferences, magazines and magazines. Currently, develops the research project entitled: "Mozambique Imaginarium. History and Memory (19th-20th Century)", since 2018; and, supervises Master and PhD students in Portugal, Brazil and Mozambique.