Rodrigo Escribano, PhD

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Communication Arts, Western Sydney University 2019

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Research Interests

My research areas are contemporary Atlantic History, History of Ideas, Intellectual History, Imperial History, History of Political Cultures and History Theory. My doctoral thesis, recently published as a book, addresses the transatlantic imaginaries of European historicism. It focuses on the impact of Spanish American independence on the political cultures of Spain and the United Kingdom. My interests extend to the cultural history of the European imperial monarchies and their breakaway American republics and the analysis of the utopias, dystopias, uchronias and imagined futures constructed by the Euro-American intelligentsia. I also work assiduously in the field of the theory of history. I am currently the principal investigator of the Fondecyt Initiation Project N° 112000245: "The Pacific Expedition and the Spanish-South American War in the geopolitical imaginaries of liberal Spain (1860-1866)".

Key Words

Intellectual History, Atlantic History, Nineteenth Century, Imperialism, Nationalism, Political Thought, Transatlantic Imaginaries.


Graduate in History, Universidad de Alcalá 2014

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Western Sydney University

Award Date: 11 Oct 2019

Master, University of Alcalá

Award Date: 15 Sep 2015


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