1st year HEC researcher.
Previously, MA in Migration Studies and MSc in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (as well as three years working as an English teacher, tour guide, and freelance writer)
My doctoral research project focuses on migration in the Western Mediterranean between 1860 and 1912. My idea is to look at two different communities (Spanish and Moroccans) in three different cities: Tangiers, Melilla and Oran.
I am also working on a book about transatlantic migration in the 18th century. It is a microhistory of a Spanish ship with Dutch flag and multinational crew that travelled between Cádiz and Veracruz in 1747.
Outside Academia, I am the main author of a public history project on the history of the Middle East for non-specialized Spanish-speaking audiences (website: https://desvelandooriente.com/).