Vés enrere Alfonso Bermúdez Mombiela

Bermúdez Mombiela, Alfonso

Alfonso Bermúdez Mombiela
Departament d'Humanitats - UPF
Investigador postdoctoral

Alfonso Bermúdez Mombiela (Zaragoza, 1992), is a “Juan de la Cierva” postdoctoral researcher at the Grup de Recerca en Estats Nacions i Sobiranies (GRENS) of the Universitat Pompeu Fabra (UPF), Barcelona. He holds a PhD in Contemporary History from the University of Zaragoza, with a thesis entitled: Spanish Colonialism in the early twentieth century: the impact of the Moroccan Wars in Zaragoza (1906-1927), for which he has made several national and international research stays at the Internationaal Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis (IISG) in Amsterdam and Trinity College Dublin. His lines of research focus on the repercussions of the Moroccan Wars in 20th century Spain, the impact of the conscription systems on the Spanish population, and the analysis of colonial discourses in comparative perspective. He has published several articles in scientific journals on these topics and has participated in numerous meetings and conferences in Spain and abroad. He is currently a lecturer in the degree of “Global Studies” at UPF, where he teaches the subject Current Global Issues, on the impact of colonial legacies in today's world. At the same time, he is developing research on the positioning of Spanish anarchism towards colonialism, and the wars in Cuba and Morocco, through anarchist press, police, and military documentation.