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Max Planck Institute for European Legal History

Dr. José Luis Egío García

Hansaallee 41

60323 Frankfurt am Main

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Dr. José Luis Egío Garcia | Department II

Dr. José Luis Egío García

Dr. José Luis Egío García

Position:

Affiliate Researcher - Goethe University Frankfurt

Phone:

  • +49 (69) 789 78 - 193

Fax:

  • +49 (69) 789 78 - 169

Main Focus

  • Early Modern Political and Juridical Thinking in Europe and Ibero-America.

Projects

Curriculum Vitae

Since 2/2017
Researcher of the Project The School of Salamanca (Max Planck Institute for European Legal History; Goethe University Frankfurt; Academy of Sciences and Literature, Mainz).

2015-2017
Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for European Legal History.

2012-2016
Phd student at the Institute of Historical Research, Department of Philosophy and Letters, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).

Title of the thesis: “Discourses and Interests about Slavery and Encomienda in the Early Chronicles of Indies”.

Advisors: Prof. Dr. Alicia Mayer González (UNAM), Prof. Dr. María Alba Pastor Llaneza (UNAM), Prof. Dr. Enrique González González (UNAM).

Scholarship of the Secretary of Foreign Affairs (Mexico) for Foreign Doctoral Students, 2012-2015

2010-2011
Visiting scholar, Institute for Reformation History, University of Geneva, Switzerland.

2009-2010
Visiting scholar, Institute for Federalism, University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

2009-2015
Phd student at the Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.

Title of the thesis: “Calvinism, Gallicanism and Anti-Machiavellism in Innocent Gentillet’s Political Thought (1532-1588)”.

Advisor: Prof. Dr. Antonio Rivera García, University Complutense of Madrid, Spain. Cum laude.

Scholarship-contract of the Researchers’ Formation Program, Seneca Foundation, Regional Agency for Science and Technology, Murcia, Spain, 2008-2011

2007-2008
M.A. Philosophy, “Spain and Europe. Intellectual history of a dialogue”, Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.

Title of the thesis: “European Deliberative Democracy. A Neokantian Proposal for the Future of the EU”. 9.65/10

2006-2008
M.A. European Law and Institutions, Institute of Global Studies (former European Institute IEUG), University of Geneva, Switzerland.

Title of the thesis: “The European Deliberative Democracy. What solutions to the Union’s Democratic Deficit?” 5’19/6

Scholarship of the Swiss Confederation for Foreign Postgraduate Students, 2006-2008

2004-2005
Year of studies at the Department of Philosophy, University of Salamanca (Spain).

2003-2004
Year of studies at the Department of Philosophy and Letters, University of Padova (Italy).

2000-2005
B.A. in Philosophy at the Department of Philosophy, University of Murcia, Spain.

 
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