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Dr Enrique García Riaza
Dr Enrique García Riaza
Full Professor
Ancient History
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    Dr Enrique García Riaza


    Brief CV

    Professor of Ancient History.

    Degree in History (Speciality of Ancient History) from the University of Salamanca (1991), 'Grado de Salamanca' (1992), and PhD in History from the University of the Balearic Islands (1997). Further sutudies at the Institute Of Archaeology, University College London (academic year 1992-1993), and short-term visiting scholar at Merton College (University of Oxford), and the Department of Classics (New York University).

    His main research interests are Diplomacy and Law of War during the Roman-Republican expansion, as well as the Ancient History of the Balearic Islands. He has taken part in several national and international (CNRS) scientific programs, being a Principal Researcher in four consecutive R + D + i projects (Government of Spain): HAR2008-02612 'Occidens. The Roman West during the Republican era. Models of integration of indigenous communities ', HAR2011-27782 'Symmachía. Between peace and war: alliances, confederations and diplomacy in the Mediterranean West (3rd-1st centuries BC)', HAR2015-66232-P 'Diplomacy and political communication in the West (3rd-1st BC)', and PGC2018-096415-B-C22, coord. with C21 'The Diplomatic expression in the central and eastern Mediterranean under Roman expansion: the gift in its political and institutional context (3rd-1st centuries BC)', in collaboration with international researchers.

    He is author, co-author or editor, of the following books: Celtíberos y Lusitanos frente a Roma: diplomacia y derecho de guerra (Anejos de Veleia, UPV, Vitoria, 2002), Roma y la municipalización de las Baleares (co-author with María Luisa Sánchez León, Palma, UIB, 2000), De fronteras a provincias. Interacción e Integración en Occidente (ss. III-I a.C.), (editor and co-author, Palma, UIB, 2011), 'In fidem venerunt'. Expresiones de sometimiento a la República Romana en Occidente (editor with A.-M. Sanz and co-author, Madrid, Dykinson, forthcoming), and Unidos en armas: coaliciones militares en el Occidente antiguo (editor with E. Sánchez Moreno and co-author, Palma, UIB - Madrid, UAM, forthcoming).

    Member of the Research Group Civitas (University of the Balearic Islands), and of the Research Group Occidens (Autonomous University of Madrid, Belongs to the Network Libera Res Publica (Spanish Historians of the Roman Republic) and the Institute of Sciences of Antiquity (ICCA) of the Autonomous University of Madrid as Reference researcher in Section 4 (Studies on the Iberian Peninsula in Antiquity). Integrated since 2013 in the Doctorate Program in Prehistory and Sciences of the Antiquity of the University of Salamanca. He is a member of the Advisory Board of Faventia (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) and the Editorial Board of Mayurqa (Universitat de les Illes Balears).

    He has held, among other academic positions, those of Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Humanities (Head of History Studies) and Deputy Director of the Center for Postgraduate Studies of the University of the Balearic Islands.


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    Subjects taught. Academic Year 2020-21

    Subjects taught
    Subject Degree/campus
    20225 - Epigraphy and Numismatics in the Ancient World
    20229 - Final Degree Project
    10317 - Master's Thesis

    Teaching, 5 previous years

    Subject Degree
    10310 - Epigraphic and Numismatic Heritage
    10317 - Master's Thesis
    20202 - Societies and Cultures in Antiquity
    20216 - Ancient History of Rome
    20221 - Ancient Spanish History
    20225 - Epigraphy and Numismatics in the Ancient World
    20229 - Final Degree Project


    Research groups

    Group Membership type
    Civitas Member


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