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Carolina García Sanz

Carolina García Sanz

Lecturer in Modern History (University of Seville). Her main field is International History, having joined a full range of research programs with fellowships in Great Britain and Italy (LSE, EEHAR). She is an expert on the history of the World War I, Spanish section editor of the Free University of Berlin collaborative project International Encyclopedia of the First World War 1914-1918 on line and coordinator of the Transnational Cultural Studies Network on Conflicts and Identities.

She is presently working on the international legislation on “Gypsies” and the police targeting and judicial sentencing practices in the twentieth century. Recent publications include (ed.) Shaping Neutrality throughout the First World War (2016); (co-author) “Neutralist crossroads: Spain and Argentina facing the Great War”, First World War Studies (2017); “’Disciplinando al Gitano’ en el siglo XX: Regulación y parapenalidad en España desde una perspectiva Europea’, Historia y Politica 40 (2018) and “Presuntos culpables: Un estudio de casos sobre el estigma racial del "gitano" en juzgados franquistas de Vagos y Maleantes” Historia social  93(2019).


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