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Luis Miguel García Mora

Luis Miguel García Mora

Training and professional experience

Born in Madrid. Graduated in Geography and History, specializing in Contemporary History, at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid in 1989.

He has worked as a Fellow at Instituto de Historia-CSIC (1990-1993), and as a Researcher at Fundación MAPFRE América (1994-1996), Fundación Histórica Tavera (1996-2001) and Fundación MAPFRE Tavera (2002-2005). Since 2006, he is Researcher and Projects Coordinator of Instituto de Cultura-Fundación MAPFRE. He has directed the journal Debate y Perspectivas (2000-2006) and the book collection Prisma Histórico: viejos documentos, nuevas lecturas (2003-2010).

He is author, co-author and editor of several books, scientific monographies and book chapters, and he has published numerous research essays in specialized journals, both in Spain and abroad. He has lectured at various universities in Europe and America. He has also both organized and participated in numerous scientific seminars.

Research lines

His research work has focused on political process and colonial relations in the Spanish Antilles at the end of the 19th century, with a special focus on the autonomist movement and the socioeconomic transformation of the sugar industry.

Research projects

He has participated in nine funded projects. The most recent being:

  • Bibliographical Dictionary of Spanish Overseas Ministries, MCI HAR 2009-07103.
  • Theory and Practice of Political Colonial Representation in Spain (1868-1898), MEYC, HAR2012-32510.
  • Memoria del azúcar: prácticas económicas, narrativas nacionales y cultura en Cuba y Puerto Rico, 1791-1930. MEC. 2006-09.

Selected Publications:

  • Naranjo Orovio, C.; Puig-Samper, M A; García Mora, L. M. (eds.), La nación soñada: Cuba, Puerto Rico y Filipinas ante el 98. Aranjuez, Ediciones Doce Calles, 1996.
  • González-Ripoll, M. D., García Mora, L M., El Caribe en el periodo independiente y de las nacionalidades. Morelia: Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás Hidalgo, Colección Alborada Latinoamericana, 1997.
  • García Mora, L. M.; Santamaría, A. (eds.), Los ingenios. Colección de vistas de los principales ingenios de azúcar de la isla de Cuba por Justo G. Cantero y Eduardo Laplante. Aranjuez, Ediciones Doce Calles, CEHOPU, Fundación Mapfre Tavera, CSIC, 2005.
  • García Mora, L. M.descargar pdf La fuerza de la palabra. El Autonomismo en Cuba en el último tercio del siglo XIX. Fundación Histórica Tavera
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