I teach courses on global history, environmental history, history of technology and economic history. I also teach graduate students at the master and doctoral levels, particularly those interested in Latin American and Caribbean history and the interactions and comparisons between Asia and the Americas.
I have lectured and supervised undergraduate and graduate students for over a decade, both in Spanish and English.
Year-long course for young lecturers at University Pompeu Fabra: certificate of excellence in teaching (FIDU, 2015, 170 hours).
Max Weber Programme Teaching Certificate (concluded with academic teaching exchange at London School of Economics in February 2013), European University Institute.
Teaching training at the University of Cambridge on lecturing, supervisions and presentations skills (2009-2012).
I welcome inquiries from prospective research students.
I am currently supervising 4 doctoral students and several master and bachelor thesis.
Selection of Courses Taught
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid: Globalization in Historical Perspective; World Economic History; Spanish Economic History; Extractivism in Latin America (CIVIS European Course).
Universitat Pompeu Fabra: Global Environmental History; Contemporary History; Technology and History (Master’s level course)’; Slavery and the Atlantic World (Master’s level course); History of Economic Thought; Business History.
El Colegio de México: History of Technology in Latin America’ (PhD Course, History Dep.).
Uppsala University: guest lecturer on comparative colonial history.
European University Institute: Third Reader for Two EUI History Doctoral Students and examiner in monitoring sessions of 3rd-year doctoral candidates in the history department.
University of Cambridge: The Long Road to Modernization: Spain, 1800-2000 (BA History); Historical Argument and Practice (BA History – Tripos).