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Faculty

Francisco J. García-Serrano

fgarcias@slu.edu
Office Location: San Ignacio Hall
Telephone: 91 554 58 58 - Ext.: 247
   
Degrees Ph.D. History (University of California, Berkeley) (Doctorado Homologado by the Spanish Ministry of Culture in 1995)
M.A. History (University of California, Berkeley)
Licenciado en Geografía e Historia (Universidad Complutense de Madrid)
Specialization Medieval Iberia
National Identities
Mendicant Orders
Colonial Latin America
Publications Book

Preachers of the City. The Expansion of the Dominican Order in Castile, 1217-1348. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 1997.

Book Chapter

“La creación de la identidad en la frontera medieval castellana y la visión del otro: mudéjares u judíos” en Hacedores de Frontera. Estudios sobre el contexto social de la Frontera en la España medieval. CEU Ediciones. June, 2009. Chapter 4: pp. 73-90

Articles

"Revisiting Castilian Identity: The Origins of Medieval Nationalism." Temas Medievales (2001-2002): 157-187.

“Mundo urbano y dominicos en la Castilla medieval.” Archivo Dominicano, 18 (1997): 255-273.

“Nuevas tecnologías en la recuperación histórica: Internet.” Fuentes y recursos de información en Ciencias Históricas. (Madrid: CINDOC. CSIC, 1995): 155-193.

“Don Juan Manuel and His Connection with the Order of Preachers." Anuario de Estudios Medievales,  23 (1993): 151-162.
“Los Genoveses en Sevilla (siglos XIII-XV).” Lucero. A Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies (UC Berkeley), 2, (1991): 89-93 and 3, (1992): 67-73.

“Los tres conceptos del Apóstol Santiago.” Lucero. A Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies (UC Berkeley), 1, (1990):10-16.

Crónica de Sancho IV. Escrito por Fernán Sánchez de Valladolid, Paula Rogers, Biblioteca Nacional (Spain). Transcribed from original manuscript by Paula Rogers; corrected by Francisco García-Serrano.

Forthcoming articles, books, and work in progress

“Frailes según la regla, hombres en el mundo real,” Archivo Dominicano. Salamanca, Spain 2011

Ministry of Science and Innovation (Research Grant 2009-2011): “Legitimization of power, religious currents, and practice of piety in the Crown of Castile from the 12th to the 15th centuries.”  International Conference to be held in Madrid in November of 2010 and first article to be published in early 2011.

Special issue of Medieval Encounters on “Mendicants and Merchants in the Medieval Mediterranean." Brill, 2012 (already accepted). Responsible for conclusion and revision of all articles included in the volume.

RECENT PAPERS DELIVERED AND CONFERENCES ATTENDED

Panel Organizer : “Ethnogenesis, Nations and Borders on the Iberian Peninsula: from Medieval to Contemporary Identities.”  Interdisciplinary Conference of AHLIST (Association of History, Literature, Science and Technology). Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, June 23-25, 2010.

“Identity and Protonationalism in Late Medieval Castile.” Interdisciplinary Conference of AHLIST (Association of History, Literature, Science and Technology). Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain, June 23-25, 2010.

Respondent for the Panel: “Mendicants and Merchants in the Medieval Mediterranean” organized to study the thesis of my book Preachers of the City. Forty-fourth International Congress of Medieval Studies, May 7-10, 2009. Kalamazoo, Michigan.

“La creación de la identidad en la Castilla medieval.” I Congreso Internacional de Historia Medieval. Huéscar (Granada), 12-13 de septiembre de 2008.
Distinctions Spain's Ministry of Education and Culture/Fulbright Commission. One-year postdoctoral Fellowship to conduct research at the Bancroft Library, UC Berkeley, 1997 (renewed in 1998-1999)
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