Blanca Santos de la Morena holds a PhD in Hispanic Studies (2017) and a B.A. in Spanish Philology, both from the Autonomous University of Madrid. In 2019 she obtained an Alexander von Humboldt Fellowship, developed at the University of Münster. Currenly, she is Ramon y Cajal Research Fellow at Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Her principal research interest is the relationship between religion and literature in the Spanish Golden Age. Her doctoral thesis tackled the presence and treatment of religion in Miguel de Cervantes’s literary production, while her project as a Humboldt Fellow was focused on the construction of the identity in the work of this author. In parallel, she has also studied Lope de Vega’s literary career, with numerous papers about his dramatic works while also attending to his prose and poetry and she has co-edited (ed. Manuel Piqueras Flores and Blanca Santos de la Morena) La discreta venganza, content in Parte XX de Comedias.