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Dr. María Ángeles Martín Romera: Lebenslauf

  • 2006. B.A.: History Degree by the University of Granada (2006).
  • 2008. Certificado de Aptitud Pedagógica (Pedagogical competence certificate). Complutense University of Madrid.
  • 2008. M.A., “Sociedad, poder y cultura en la Edad Media Hispánica y Europea” (“Diploma de Estudios Avanzados [Advanced Studies Diploma]”), Complutense University of Madrid.
  • 2008-2012: FPU Pre-doctorate scholarship. Department of Medieval History. Complutense University of Madrid.
  • August-December 2009. Visiting researcher at the University of Chicago. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.
  • June-September 2010. Visiting researcher at the Università degli Studi di Firenze. Funded by Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation.
  • 2012. PhD: “European Doctor” of Medieval History (Complutense University of Madrid, July 2012). Mark: Summa cum laude. Thesis title: “Las redes sociales de la oligarquía de la villa de Valladolid (1450-1520)” [The social networks of the oligarchy of Valladolid (1450-1520)]. Supervised by: María Asenjo González.
  • 2013-present: Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin (Postdoctoral researcher) Department of Early Modern History. Ludwig Maximilians-University Munich.
  • February-June 2017. Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research, University of London. Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation).

Stipendien und Preise

  • 2017. Fritz Thyssen Foundation Grant: for funding the Conference Shaping the Officer: Communities and Practices of Accountability in Pre-Modern Europe, hold at the German Historical Institute, (London, 8-10 November 2017).
  • 2013 Universidad Complutense Madrid extraordinary doctorate prize.
  • 2008-2012: FPU Pre-doctorate scholarship. Department of Medieval History. Complutense University of Madrid.
  • 2007-2008: Pre-doctorate scholarship. University of Granada.
  • 2006. Research Fellowship “Centro de Historia del Crimen de Durango”.
  • 2005-2006. “Collaboration” Fellowship (Spanish Ministry of Science and Education). Department of Medieval History, University of Granada.
  • 2005. “Iniciación a la Investigación” Fellowship (University of Granada).
  • 2003-2004. Erasmus Fellowship. University of Siena (Italy).

Mitgliedschaften

  • 2016 - present. DFG Project: Natur in politischen Ordnungsentwürfen, Subproject 6: Amtsnaturen, Habitus, Selbstverständnis und Körperlichkeit von corregidores in der spanischen Monarchie (16.-17. Jahrhundert).
  • 2016. Hispanex cooperation programm. Project : El modelo policéntrico de construcción estatal en una Europa de ciudades. Una visión comparada entre la Monarquía Hispánica y el Sacro Imperio durante la Edad Moderna.
  • 2013-2016. DFG Project: Natur in politischen Ordnungsentwürfen, Subproject 5: Amtsnaturen. Habituelle Spielräume von Amtspersonen der spanischen Monarchie (16.-17. Jahrhundert).
  • 2014-2015. German Academic Exchange Service project: Die Kunst der Guten Regierung in der Spanischen Monarchie.
  • 2014-2018. Spanish State Agency for Research, project: La jerarquización urbana: villas y ciudades en Castilla (1450-1561).
  • 2011-2013. Spanish State Agency for Research, project: Impacto urbano, actividad productiva y sociabilidad en el eje económico Toledo-Burgos (1450-1520).
  • 2010-2012. European Coordinated Actions: Factions, Lineages and Conflicts in European Cities in the Late Middle Ages. Models and Analysis from Hispanic and Italian Areas.
  • 2008-2010. Spanish State Agency for Research, project: Espacio político y demarcaciones socioeconómicas. Redes urbanas de villas y ciudades en la Castilla sudoriental (1450-1520).


Forschungsschwerpunkte

I am a historian of Iberian urban politics and elites from 1400 to 1700. My main focus is the social history of politics, with an interest in the cultural and gender approach. My research combines extensive archival work with interdisciplinary innovative approaches, including sociology, anthropology and even digital humanities at the service of historiographical debates.
My publications address issues such as urban networks and oligarchies; patron-client relations; factions; historical social network analysis; Spanish royal officers; the habitus as a cultural history approach to early modern Spanish administration; accountability procedures; masculinity; and sodomy.