Jesús Ángel Solórzano Telechea is Full Professor (Catedrático) in Medieval History and Research Group Leader GOBPORT at University of Cantabria. (He/ his/ him)
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Scopus Author Identifier: 23010472700
Web of Science Researcher ID: A-9933-2009
He has a broad interest in Medieval Urban History and he is especially interested in:
- Port societies and Maritime history of the Middle Ages
- Connecting Atlantic Europe in the Middle Ages (and beyond)
- Power, social conflict and communication in the Medieval cities
- Gender and LGBTQi+ History in Medieval Kingdom of Castile.
Currently, he is co-director of the project "BARMER. Del barco al mercado. Actividad económica, relaciones sociales y conflictos armados en las ciudades y villas portuarias de la Europa Atlántica bajomedieval” (PID2020-118105GBI00), funded by Spanish Research Agency.
He has published books, book chapters and journal articles on the development of the political culture of the Commons in Northern Iberia, the urban networks of Cantabrian port cities, the social exclusion in the Medieval cities of the Kingdom of Castile, the first Globalization..., and he is currently writing a book on Port and Maritime history in Medieval Europe and the first globalization.
EMPLOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
1999-2006. University of Cantabria. Assistant Professor of Global History and Medieval History
2003- present. Coordinator and Chair of International Meetings of the Middle Ages in Nájera
2005. Université Jean-Monnet, Saint-Étienne. CERCOR. Chercheur Invité.
2006-2018. University of Cantabria. Senior Lecturer in Medieval History.
2008-2012. University of Cantabria. Vice-Dean of History at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
2012- present. FWO (Fonds Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek - Vlaanderen) - Research Foundation Flanders.
2012-2017. University of Cantabria. Dean of Faculty of Arts and Humanities.
2013- present. University of New Lisbon. Institute of Medieval Studies. Associated member.
2013. Trinity College of Dublin. Honorary fellow in Medieval History Research Center
2015-present. European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC). Co-chair of the Network Middle Ages.
2015. University of California-Los Angeles. Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Distinguished Visiting Scholar.
2022-present. RIMEG (Red Internacional Multidisciplinar de Estudios de Género). Member of the Executive Board.
2018 - present. University of Cantabria. Full Professor in Medieval History / Catedrático de Historia Medieval
2020- present. European Science Foundation. College of Expert Reviewers. Member of the college.
2000. Manuel Teira History Prize
2008. Innovation and Excellence Prize in Teaching at University of Cantabria.
2018. Admiral Dieg