The Institute of History aims to promote research on the past, remote or near, to understand and understand the dynamics of change and the interactions of human societies over time.
His researchers consider that historical knowledge, as a critical tool for thinking and representing who we are, can and should play a prominent role in Spanish and international society of the 21st century. Our country, which occupies a unique position in the communication between Europe and America and in the relations between the two shores of the Mediterranean, faces challenges linked to identities, coexistence of cultures, globalization, migration, science, art and Environmental crises.
Among the activities that combine the daily work of researchers of the Institute of History is the training of pre and postdoctoral fellows and contractors, as well as the collaboration in temporary stays of national and foreign researchers. The Institute of History develops research projects funded by Spanish and international public and private institutions, with emphasis on those subsidized by European Union bodies. Other outstanding activities are the holding of seminars and congresses, as well as the publication of ten journals with remarkable scientific impact and the publication of several collections of historical research books.
1. 50 years of art in the Spanish Silver Age (1931-1981)
2. Ancient rural landscapes of the peninsular northwest: forms of Roman domination and exploitation of resources (CORUS)
3. The representation of external threats in the configuration of Spanish power in the Philippines (1600-1800)
1. New methodologies in museum management. An implementation of the National Preventive Conservation Plan
2. After the Republic: nets and roads back and forth in Spanish art since 1931
3. Images of the New World. The Portuguese and Ibero-American artistic heritage through the photographic legacy of Diego Angulo Iñiguez to the CSIC
4. Art and Military Orders: Patrimony of the Orders of Jerusalem in Spain
5. Art and Spanish Artists inside and outside the Franco dictatorship
1. Miguel Cabanas Bravo (IH) publishes the book "Art displaced to the ice. Spanish artists of exile of 1939 in the country of the Soviets"
2. Sandra Souto (IH) co-author of the book "Hate Politics: Violence and Crisis in Interwar Democracies"
3. Presentation of the book 'El Tesoro Quimbaya' by CSIC in the Museum of America
4. Therese Martin (IH) elected "Councilor of the Medieval Academy of America" ââand "Best Article 2016" award by Society for Medieval Feminist Scholarship
5. The researchers of Humanities and Social Sciences join in the celebration of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science
6. The Times Higher Education Supplement highlights the work of John Pimentel (IH) 'The Rhinoceros and the Megatherium' as a book of the week
7. The book "El Tesoro Quimbaya" is published, co-edited by Alicia Perea (IH)
8. Lorenzo Delgado (IH) participates in the documentary "Ochéntame otra vez.
9. Open the call for reception of articles for 2 issues of the monograph "Archeology of Architecture"