Alejandra Franganillo, Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
She obtained an FPI pre-doctoral fellowship at the UCM Department of Modern History (2010-2014) to carry out her doctoral thesis, dedicated to the study of patronage and socio-political strategies developed by the nobility operating in the environment closest to Queen Isabella of Bourbon (1621-1644). She completed three pre-doctoral stays at the University of Florence (2012); the Université de Paris-Sorbonne, Paris IV (2013); and the University of Pisa (2014). Between 2015 and 2017, she worked as a researcher at the Spanish School of History and Archaeology in Rome (EEHAR-CSIC). She also benefited from a post-doctoral contract from the Madrid Community Research Talent Attraction (2019-2020). He has participated in numerous conferences in Spain and abroad. He has also organised several national and international seminars and roundtables.