Teaching Assistant and Research at the University of Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée
Member of the Casa de Velazquez in 2008-2009. Teaching Assistant and Research at the University Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallee, he is also a member of CRIAL (EA2052) at the University of Paris III.
The features of his thesis on daily life in Havana between 1878 and 1921 led him to trace the evolution of the various island and metropolitan administrative structures and skills to better locate the sources analyzed. Moreover, it was required to work more specifically on the parishes of Havana, as the basic cells of everyday life, and how their role as an interface between the state (and staff) and people Havana . Convinced of the need to rethink the relationship between the Peninsula and Cuba, he is reflecting on the construction of an imperial state beyond the metropolis vs Colony.
- «Entre antes y después: el reparto de las Murallas de La Habana o la emergencia de nuevas formas de control en el desarrollo urbano de La Habana (1863/mediados de 1870)», dans Actes du colloque international Normas y prácticas en las ciudades españolas e hispanoamericanas (ss. XVIII-XXI), Universidad de Granada, Casa de Velázquez, Instituto de Investigaciones Sociales de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México y Colegio de San Luis (à paraître).