2. Colección Historia de España
The Battle of Kinsale
Enrique Garcia Hernán
(Madrid 1964) is a Spanish historian of the culture of early modern Europe. His research examines the interaction of religious sentiment, political thought and international relations in the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. It attempts to bridge the gap between the study of forms of cultural and intellectual expression and the realities of political, diplomatic and military organization. He is a Corresponding Fellow (Académico correspondiente) of the Royal Academy of History (Real Academia de la Historia, http://www.rah.es/), member of the Board of Directors (Vocal) of the Spanish Commission for Military History (la Comisión Española de Historia Militar, http://www.defensa.gob.es/ceseden/cehismi/) and Fellow (Académico) of the Ambrosiana Academy of Milan (la Academia Ambrosiana de Milán, http://www.ambrosiana.eu/cms/page-191-191.html). His current academic affiliation is as a researcher (Investigador científico) in the Institute of History, within the Center for Humanities and Social Sciences (Centro de Ciencias Sociales y Humanas) at the Spanish National Research Council (Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas or ‘CSIC’). The Spanish National Research Council is the largest public institution dedicated to research in Spain and the third largest in Europe, (http://www.cchs.csic.es/).