Andrés Vicent is awarded the European University Institute scholarship
Andrés Vicent holds a doctorate in Modern History from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. He has taken part in several group projects on various aspects of the nineteenth century. Before being granted the Max Weber Fellowship of the European University Institute (EUI), he enjoyed scholarships at the École de Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris), the Università La Sapienza–Roma 1 and the Universität Wien. In recent years he has disseminated his research in various publications and at academic conferences in several countries. He is currently working on a transnational history of early Carlism (1833−45). In this project, besides examining the development of its political culture, he attaches key importance to the Spanish counterrevolutionaries’ connections and exchanges with European counterparts and to the context of the dissolution of the Catholic monarchy and geopolitical reshaping of the continent. His mentor at the EUI is Professor Lucy Riall.