Francisco Javier Ramon Solans

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Francisco Javier RAMON SOLANS is Juan de la Cierva Researcher at the University of Zaragoza, Spain. He received his PhD in History from the University of Zaragoza and the University of Paris 8. He has been a research fellow in EHESS (Paris), New York University, University of Paris I and University of Münster. He is the author of Más allá de los Andes. Los orígenes ultramontanos de la Iglesia latinoamericana (UPV 2020); Historia global de las religiones en el mundo contemporáneo (Alianza 2019) and La Virgen del Pilar dice… Usos políticos y nacionales de un culto mariano en la España contemporánea (Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 2014) and he has coedited with Roberto Di Stefano, Marian Devotions, Political Mobilization, and Nationalism in Europe and America (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016); with Pedro Rújula, El Desafío de la Revolución. Reaccionarios, antiliberales y contrarrevolucionarios (siglos XVIII y XIX) (Comares, 2017); and with Olaf Blaschke, Weltreligion im Umbruch. Transnationale Perspektiven auf das Christentum in der Globalisierung (Campus Verlag, 2018). He has published several articles in peer-reviewed journals such as Historia y Política, Ayer, Mélanges de la Casa Velázquez, Hispania, European History Quarterly, Atlantic Studies, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, Annales Histoire Sciences Sociales and Annales Historiques de la Révolution française; and books chapters on Marian devotions, National-Catholicism, political prophecies, miracles, and Ultramontanism. His current research is on the relationships between Latin American and European Catholicism and the role they played in the making of a centralized and globalized Catholic Church.

 

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