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Pardo Tomás, José
Researcher scientist
Medical and scientific culture in urban spaces group, Institució Milà i Fontanals-CSIC
pppardo@imf.csic.es
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Contact address

Spanish National Research Council
Institució Milà i Fontanals
Egipcíaques, 15
08001 Barcelona
+34 93 442 34 89


Research interests
Social and cultural history of medicine and science  (17th to 18th centuries)
Catalan medicine (19th and 20th centuries)
Production and consumption of scientific literature (16th to 20th centuries)


Funded research projects
2016-2018 (HAR15-64313-P): “Del gabinete de maravillas al museo anatómico popular: regímenes de exhibición y cultura material de la medicina”. Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad, Gobierno de España

2017-2018: “Continuidades y rupturas en la escritura jesuita del mundo natural en los siglos XVII-XX”. Programa PAPIIT , Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México


PhD dissertations supervised
Guevara Flores, Sandra Elena (2017)
La construcción sociocultural del cocoliztli en la epidemia de 1545-1548 en la Nueva España


Main publications (last five years)

http://csic.academia.edu/JosePardoTomas
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jose_Pardo-Tomas

Morales, Angélica; Pardo Tomás, José; Sánchez Menchero, Mauricio (coords) (2017) De la circulación del conocimiento a la inducción de la ignorancia. Culturas médicas transatlánticas, siglos XVI y XVII. México, CEIICH-UNAM, Centro de Estudios Filosóficos, Políticos y Sociales Vicente Lombardo Toledano.

Pardo Tomás, José (2017) Médecine et histoire naturelle. Francisco Hernández au Mexique ou le médecin voyageur comme historien de la nature du Nouveau Monde, 1570-1577. Histoire, médecine et santé, 11 (été 2017): 77-97.

Pimentel, Juan; Pardo Tomás, José (2017) And yet, We were Modern. The Paradoxes of Iberian Science after the Grand Narratives. History of Science 55 (2): 133–147.

Pardo Tomás, José (2016) Making Natural History in New Spain, 1525-1590. In: Wendt, Helge (ed) The Globalization of Knowledge in the Iberian Colonial World. Berlin, Edition Open Acces-Max Planck Research, Library for the History and Development of Knowledge, pp. 19-51.

Aragón, Ferran; Pardo Tomás, José (2016) Reconstructing the Martorell. Donors and Spaces in the Quest for Hegemony within the Natural History Museum. In: Hochadel, Oliver; Nieto-Galan, Agustí (eds) Barcelona (1888-1929). An urban history of science and modernity. Oxford, Routledge, pp. 46-68.

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