Project: “Strategies for Monetary Homogeneity in Independent Mexico, 1810-1847”
2013-2016: Master in History, El Colegio de México, Mexico City, Mexico.
From 2013: Doctorate in History, El Colegio de México, Mexico City, Mexico.
2007-2013: Degree in History, Faculty of Anthropological Sciences, Autonomous University of Yucatan (UADY).
2016: Research Scholarship of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico at the Nettie Lee Benson Library, Austin, Texas.
2016: Stay at Casa de Velázquez, Madrid, Spain
2016: Research Stay in the National Library of Spain.
Politics and economics in the transition from colony to nation in Mexico, 1810-1847
International Relations of Independent Mexico, 1821-1835
Travelers, diplomats and investors in independent Mexico, 1821-1835
Trade and Supply in the Intendance of Yucatan, 1778-1824
Employee for the accreditation process of the Degree in History of the Autonomous University of Yucatán (UADY) by the Council for the Accreditation of Educational Programs in Humanities (COAPEHUM), August 2011-January 2013
Higher level lecturer in the subject History of Europe in the Degree in History of the UADY, school semester August-December 2011
Higher level lecturer teaching the subject Spanish History in the Degree in History of the UADY, January-May 2012 school semester.
Higher level teacher teaching the subject Anthropology in High School 1 of the UADY, January-May 2012 school semester.
Collaboration in the company Mediapromex for projects of creation and edition of interactive materials with didactic purposes, October and November of 2012.
Combining the perspectives of numismatics, global history, economic history and political history, the study reconstructs the currency situation in Mexico during the transition from viceroyalty to independent nation. What in appearance promised to be an advantageous inheritance of the famous royal of eight, became a turbulent effort to consolidate the weight of Mexican eagle. In 1810, before the beginning of the war of independence, the provincial governments proceeded to create autonomous mints which broke years of tradition centered on the exclusivity that had the mint of Mexico. It was the only mint in all the viceroyalty of New Spain and, in the face of the disasters and in communication caused by the war between insurgents and realists, multiple provincial imitations of the real of eight were generated in chain. This phenomenon was not enough to affect the internal and external fame of the strong Spanish peso minted in Mexico's mint, but when the first governments of independent Mexico emerged, they had to accept the persistence of the mining provinces on the minting issue. Durango, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, San Luis Potosí and Zacatecas took control of their workshops of coins with the consent of the general government - the I Empire of Agustín de Iturbide, the first federal republic (1824-1835) and the central republic (1835- 1847). These mining provinces received British investors who formed companies that intervened in the mining of the new nation, as well as in the leasing of existing mints. By 1847 the Manning & Mackintosh association, in the hands of the English consul Ewen Clark Mackintosh, controlled the Mint of Guanajuato - a province that produced a good part of the Mexican silver - and the Mint of Mexico. The royal of eight, to be the first international currency with the bust of Charles IV and Ferdinand VII had become various variants of engraving under the interference of foreign companies.
Spanish Silver Dollar, engraving columnar, Spanish Empire, coined in the Real Mint of Mexico, 1759
Mexican Silver Dollar, engraving of eagle, Empire of Agustín de Iturbide, Mint of Mexico, 1822
2017 (in process): American diplomat or political agent? Joel Roberts Poinsett in the First Mexican Federal Republic, 1821-1829
2012: "El Pósito y Alhóndiga in Mérida at the end of the XVIII century and beginning of the XIX", Revista Temas Antropológicos, Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico.
Author of the article "Reflections and strategies for the labor insertion of historians" in the journal Inserción Laboral CS (January-June 2012).
Advisor of content of the album of History of Yucatán by the Center of Regional Investigations of the UADY.