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Consuelo Naranjo Orovio

Consuelo Naranjo Orovio

Instituto de Historia-CCHS, CSIC. C/ Albasanz, 26-28. 28037 Madrid. España

Training and Professional experience

She obtained her PhD in Geography and History at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1988. She is currently a Professor at the Institute of History, CCHS (CSIC). She is currently Director at Institute of History, CCHS (CSIC). She was the Director of the Department of History of America (2002-2003). Between 1989 and 2001, she was the Secretary of the Editorial Board of the Revista de Indias journal (CSIC), of which she has been the Director since 2002-2010. She has stayed as invited lecturer at universities and research centres in Puerto Rico, Cuba, USA, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Brazil, Czech Republic and France besides several Spanish universities. She is currently the director of the Colección Antilia and also a member of several editorial boards of international scientific journals.

She is the author of diverse books, scientific monographs and book chapters. She has been the editor of collective works and more than 66 research essays published both nationally and internationally, written individually and/or collectively as a result of an intense scientific collaboration with numerous specialists in the relevant fields. She has lectured and given conferences at several universities in various countries in Europe and America. Furthermore, she has organized and participated in countless scientific events, and has contributed to more than 75 congresses both in Spain and abroad. She is member of Academia de Historia de Cuba and Academia Mexicana de Ciencias

Research experience

She is the Director of the Comparative Studies Group on  Caribbean and Atlantic World (GECCMA; www.reccma.es), where she carries out studies in relation to social and cultural history in the XIX and XX centuries, particularly regarding migratory processes, the Spanish republican exile, cultural and scientific relations between Spain and America, cultural identities, race and discrimination. Such extensive research work has resulted in 12 research projects directed and an outstanding scientific output, as well as the beginning of national and international scientific relations: Caribbean Studies Network and Caribbean Work Group within the AHILA framework. She is currently Research Director of the projects: "Antillean Space: origins, circulation and redistribution of peoples, commodities, ideas, knowledge and models (18th-21th Centuries)"; "Network of Studies on Slavery and Race in Iberoamerica and the Caribbean". Actually she is Director of History of Antilles, in five volumes about Cuba, Dominican Republic, Porto Rico, Other Antilles, Comparative Studies on Antilles.

Selected publications

  • Naranjo Orovio, C. Del campo a la bodega. Recuerdos de gallegos en Cuba, siglo XX, Ediciós do Castro, 1988, 269 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. Cuba, otro escenario de lucha. La Guerra civil y el exilio republicano español, CSIC, 1988, 336 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. y García, A. Medicina y Racismo en Cuba. La ciencia ante la inmigración canaria en el siglo XX, Casa de la Cultura Popular Canaria, 1996, 205 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. y García, A. Racismo e inmigración en Cuba, siglo XIX, Ediciones Doce Calles 1996, 233 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. Immigration, Race and Nation in Cuba in the Second Half of the XIX Century. Ibero-Amerikanisches Archiv, 1998, 24 (3-4): 303-326.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. y Serrano, C. (eds.) Imágenes e imaginarios nacionales en el Ultramar español, CSIC-Casa de Velázquez, 1999, 391 p.
  • Lavallé, B., Naranjo Orovio, C. y Santamaría, A. La América española II (1763-1898). Economía, Madrid, 2002, 463 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C., Puig-Samper, M.A. Luque, Mª D., Los lazos de la cultura. El Centro de Estudios Históricos de Madrid y la Universidad de Puerto Rico, 1916-1939, Madrid, 2002, 412 p.
  • González-Ripoll, Mª D., C. Naranjo Orovio et al, El rumor de Haití en Cuba: temor, raza y rebeldía, 1789-1844, Madrid, 2004, 457 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. descargar pdf "La historia se forja en el campo: nación y cultura cubana en el siglo XX". Calidoscopio Latinoamericano. Ariel, 2004, 367-393 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. y Puig-Samper, M.A. "Spanish Intellectuals and Fernando Ortiz (1900-1941)". Cuban Counterpoints: The Legacy of Fernando Ortiz. Lexinton Books, 2005, 9-37 p.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. "Inmigración española e imaginario nacional en Cuba, 1900-1920". The Cuban Republic and Jose Marti: Reception and Use of a National Symbol, Lexington Books, 2006, 155-170 p.
  • Bernabéu, S. y Naranjo Orovio, C. Estudio introductorio a la edición facsimilar de Tierra Firme, 8 vols., Madrid, Sociedad Estatal para las Conmemoraciones Culturales-CSIC-Residencia de Estudiantes, 2008, vol.1.
  • Pérez, P, Naranjo Orovio, C. y Casanovas, J. América española II (1763-1898). Política y Sociedad, Madrid, editorial Síntesis, 2008
  • Santamaría, A. y Naranjo Orovio, C. (coords.), Más allá del azúcar: política, diversificación y prácticas económicas en Cuba, 1878-1930, Aranjuez, Doce Calles, 2009
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. (Dir), Historia de Cuba, vol. 1 de Historia de las Antillas, 5 vols., Madrid, Ediciones Doce Calles, 2009.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. Las migraciones de España a Iberoamérica desde la independencia, Madrid, Catarata-CSIC, 2010.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C., Ette, O. Montero, I. Imaginarios del miedo. Estudios desde la Historia, Edition Tranvia, Berlin, 2013, 342 pp.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. Historia de las Antillas hispanas y británicas, El Colegio de México, México, 2014, 343 pp.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. “Mémoires de la Révolution de Saint-Domingue : symbole de liberté et de terreur à travers les récits et les images dans les Antilles”, De la Cuba esclavagiste à Notre Amérique, S. Hernandez, S. Bouffartigue, R. C. Lucien, A. de la Llosa, Université de Lyon 2, Paris-Sorbonne, 2015: 29-41.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. & Buscaglia, J. “Race as a weapon: defending the colonial plantation order in the name of civilization, 1791-1850”, Culture & History Digital Journal, vol. 4, n. 2, 2015.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. & Puig-Samper, M.A. “The Havana Botanical Garden, the Scientific Reflection of a Slave-Owning Society”, P. Wagner, K. Dickhaut, O. Ette (Hg.), Der Garten im Fokus kultureller Diskurse im 18. Jahrhundert/The Garden in the Focus of Cultural Discourses in the Eighteenth Century, WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, Trier (Alemania), 2015: 213-225.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. “Débats autour de l'esclavage, de l’immigration et de l’identité à Cuba, XIXe siècle”, Langages de l’identité et de la différence : classes, “castas” et races dans le monde Ibéro-Américain, 1750-1870, Collection Internationale, l’Harmattan, 2016.
  • Naranjo Orovio, C. Fernando Ortiz (1881-1969), Madrid, Fundación Larramendi, Bibliotecas Virtuales Ignacio Larramendi de Polígrafos, 2016.
  • Puig-Samper, M.A. y Naranjo Orovio, C. “Ramón de La Sagra, naturalista, geógrafo y cartógrafo de Cuba”, Dvacáté století-The Twentieth Century, 8/1, 2016: 126-145.
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