2. Colección Historia de España
The Spanish Monarchy and Safavid Persia in the Early Modern Period.
Enrique García Hernán
Enrique Garcia Hernán is Research Professor at the Institute of History of the CSIC. His work focuses on the cultural, military and religious history of the early modern period. He is a Corresponding Fellow of the Royal Academy of History, Board Member of the Spanish Commission of Military History and Fellow of the Ambrosiana Academy of Milan. He recently published a biography of Ignatius of Loyola (Madrid 2013) and he is now preparing a book on Thomas More and Juan Luis Vives.
José Cutillas Ferrer
José Cutillas Ferrer received his Ph.D., in Arabic and Islamic Studies from the University of Alicante in 2002. Since 1997 he has been teaching at the University of Alicante, where he is the Director of the Iranian Studies Seminar. Cutillas authored Crónica y relación de la esclarecida descendencia xarifa (1999); La vida de Buda. El Kitab Bilawhar va Budasf según la versión persa (2006). He is council member (2013) of the Consejo Ibero-Safavi de Estudios Históricos. He was a two-time fellow at the University Allameh Tabatabai (Iran), 2002-03 and 2003-04.
Rudi Matthee is the John and Dorothy Munroe Distinguished Professor of Middle Eastern History at the University of Delaware. He works on early modern Iran and its connections with the wider world. He is the author of four-prize-winning books, most recently The Monetary History of Iran (2013, coauthored). He is the former president of the Association for the Study of Persianate Societies (2002-05 and 2008-11), serves as coeditor of Der Islam and as a consulting editor for the Encyclopaedia Iranica. He is a two-time fellow at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 2002-03 and 2017.