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Leonor Zozaya Montes

Leonor ZozayaEMAIL

leonorzozaya@gmail.com

 

EDUCATION

LICENTIATE’S DEGREE

1993-1998. Degree in History awarded by the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) Field of expertise: Archives, Libraries and Museums, or Historiographic Sciences and Techniques (Paleography, Diplomatics, Epigraphy and Numismatics)

 

MASTER’S DEGREE

-1998-2001. MASTER’S COURSES: “High Studies in Epigraphy, Numismatics, Diplomatics, Paleography and Archeology”, Department of Historiographic Sciences and Techniques of the Faculty of Geography and History (UCM). She was awarded the maximum grade (Sobresaliente) in all subjects.
– In 2000, she received the validation of her DEA (“Diploma of Higher Studies”).
– In 2001 she defended her Master’s thesis titled The Archive of the City of Madrid in the time of Philip II according to the Minutes Books of its Council at the “Department of Historiographic Sciences and Techniques”, and was awarded the maximum grade (Sobresaliente).

 

DOCTORAL DEGREE

Doctor Europaeus in History, awarded by the Department of Historiographic Sciences and Techniques, Faculty of Geography and History, Complutense University of Madrid.
2008: defense of the doctoral thesis (Doctor Europaeus), titled “The Archive of the City of Madrid in the High Middle Ages (1556-1606)”, for which she was awarded the final grade of “Cum Laude”.

 

PROFESSIONAL STATUS

Postdoctoral Fellow of the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT, Reference: SFRH/BPD/97822/2013) at the Center for the History of Society and Culture (CHSC).

 

MAJOR RESEARCH AREAS

  • Town-Hall archives and scriveners of the Township during the Early Modern period.

  • History of Madrid (Spain).

  • Literacy, the Spanish Inquisition.

  • History of the mentalities and popular religiosity.

  • Paleography and epigraphy.

 

 

Publicações
Projectos e Redes de Investigação
Prémios e Distinções

1- [BOOK]

Leonor Zozaya De papeles, escribanías y archivos: escribanos del concejo de Madrid (1557-1610), CSIC, 2011, 315 pp., ISBN: 978-84-00-09370-9, e- ISBN: 978-84-00-09371-6. //.// [ TRAD. ENGLISH]:) (2011) Leonor Zozaya: Papers, Notarial Offices and Archives: Scriveners of the Madrid Town Hall (1557-1610), CSIC, Madrid, 315 pp (online and printed version)

 

2- [ARTIGO]

Leonor Zozaya: “Pesquisas documentales para narrar la historia de San Isidro. Gestiones para una canonización iniciada en 1562”, Prisma Social, Revista de Ciencias Sociales nº 4 (2010), pp. 1-35. 

texto completo[//.// [ TRAD. ENGLISH] (2010) “Documental Investigations to Narrate the History of Saint Isidor. Procedure for the Canonization Begun in 1562”, Prisma Social, Social Sciences Review, 4, pp. 1-35.  http://www.isdfundacion.es/publicaciones/revista/pdf/01_N4_PrismaSocial_leonorlars.pdf

 

3- [ARTIGO]

Leonor Zozaya: “Costumbres judaizantes femeninas y transgresiones masculinas. Análisis de las fuentes inquisitoriales en el tránsito de la Edad Media a la Moderna”, Investigaciones feministas, Papeles de estudios de mujeres, feministas y de género, 2 (2011), pp. 355-377.  Texto completo. [ TRAD. ENGLISH] (2011) “Crypto-Jewish Women’s Habits and Male Transgressions. The Analysis of Inquisition Sources During the Transition from the Middle Ages to the Modern Period”, Feminist Investigations. Documents to Study Women, Feminists and Gender, nº 2, pp. 355-377.

 

4- [ARTIGO]

Leonor Zozaya: “Fuentes sobre la documentación municipal y el archivo de la villa de Madrid. Libros de acuerdos, difusión de la información y conservación documental”, En la España Medieval, 35 (2012), pp. 349-365.  Texto completo. //[ TRAD. ENGLISH (2012): Leonor Zozaya: “Sources for Municipal Documentation and the Archive of the Madrid Town Council. Books of Records, Diffusion of the Information and Document Conservation”, In Medieval Spain, 35, pp. 349-365.

 

5. [CAPÍTULO]

Leonor Zozaya: “Libros prohibidos: la inquisición contra la obra del clérigo ilustrado Francisco Santos”, en Fernando Durán López (ed.), Hacia 1812, desde el siglo ilustrado. Actas del V Congreso Internacional de la Sociedad Española de Estudios del Siglo 
XVIII
, Sociedad Española de Estudios del Siglo XVIII – Ediciones Trea, 
Gijón, 2013, pp. 151-166. ISBN: 
978-84-9704-714-2.  Texto completo. [ TRAD. ENGLISH (2013) “Prohibited Books: the Inquisition against the Work of the Enlightened Clergyman Francisco Santos”, in F. Durán (ed.): About 1812 from the Illustrated Century. Acts of the International V Congress of the Spanish Society of Studies of the 18th Century, TREA Editions, Gijon, 2013, pp. 151-166.

1) 01/11/1998 – 01/11/2000: ref. nº: 06/0104/1998, Madrid in the Time of Philip II: Study of the Town Hall Records (“Madrid en tiempos de Felipe II: estudio de las Actas del Ayuntamiento”), Dept. of Early Modern History (CEH, later IH, Institute of History), Spanish National Research Council =CSIC). Dir.: Dr. A. Alvar.

 

2) 01/01/2001-01/01/2002: Urban Identity and Social Groups. Madrid 1550-1650 (“Identidad urbana y grupos sociales. Madrid 1550-1650”), nº ref.: 06/0078/2000 CAM, IH-CSIC, Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council =CSIC).

 

3) 15/06/2001 – 15/06/2004: The Spanish Monarchy and Urban Identity (16th to 18th century) (“Monarquía hispánica e identidad urbana (siglos XVI-XVIII)”), nº ref.: BHA2000-1510, MEC, Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council), Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council) IH- CSIC.

 

4) 01/01/2002 – 01/01/2003: Madrid in the Modern Period: Social and Economic Repercussions of the Establishment of the Royal Court (“Madrid en la alta Edad Moderna: repercusiones sociales y económicas del establecimiento de la Corte”), nº ref.: 06/0052/2001, CAM, Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council =CSIC).

 

5) 01/01/2003 – 01/01/2004: The family in the Madrid Social Context: 1550-1650 (“La familia en el contexto social madrileño: 1550-1650”), nº ref.: 06/0153/2002, CAM, Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council =CSIC).

 

6) 17/06/2003-17/06/2004: Culture and Profession in Madrid, 16th to 17th Century (“Cultura y profesión en Madrid en los siglos XVI y XVII”), nº ref.: 06/0111/2003, CAM – European Social Found, IH, CSIC, Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council =CSIC).

 

7) 01/12/2004- 01/12/2005: Cervantes and his Social and Economic Activites: New Information for the Reconstruction of Several Environments (“Cervantes y su actividad económica y social: nuevos datos para reconstruir varios ambientes”), nº ref.: 06/HSE/0468/2004, CAM, Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council) IH, CSIC.

 

8) 13/12/2004-12/05/2008: Cervantes and his Age: Theory and Practice of Scientific Communication (“Cervantes y su época: teoría y práctica de la comunicación científica”), nº ref.: HUM2004-04713/HIST), MEC, Institute of History (Spanish National Research Council =CSIC).

 

9) 01/10/2009-01/10/2010: New Didactic and Evaluative Strategies for Studying the Historiographic Science and Techniques (“Nuevas estrategias didácticas y evaluativas para el aprendizaje de las Ciencias y Técnicas Historiográficas”), nº ref.: 74, Dep. Sciences and Historiographical Techniques, Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).

-2008: Distinction in the Young Investigators Prize, Fundación Española de Historia Moderna (FEHM), for my work “The Scriveners of the Madrid Town Hall and Municipal Documents in the Early Modern Ages”.