PhD. In Geography and History, Universitat de les Illes Balears. Associate Professor interim (Pedagogy and Specific Didactic Methods Department). Graduate in Religious Studies (Pontifical University in Comillas, 1982) and Ecclesiastical History (Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, 1984). His research is focused on Social and Religious History, orientated on the factors and associative developings; socio-educative activities in museums and Biblical archives, and the historical disclosure. He was in charge of the Gran Enciclopčdia de Mallorca (1992-1999), and he has also cooperated with several means of communication. He is a member of two research groups. One of them is the Group of History of Education in the UIB, and the other is the Group of Catholicism and Secularization in the 20th century Spain, which is headed by Feliciano Montero, PhD. In the Universidad de Alcalá de Henares. He and Mercč Gambús. PhD., have coordinated a number of volumes related with religion, heritage, and art, as Jaume II i la Catedral de Mallorca (2012), El bisbe Nadal i la Catedral de Mallorca en el bicentenari de la Constitució de 1812 (2013), La memňria contemporŕnia de la Catedral: Miralles, Rotger, Sagristŕ (2014) , and Campins i Gaudí. La reforma de la Seu de Mallorca i la seva implementació en el monument (1903-1947) (2015), for example. He has published El Catolicisme social a Mallorca (1992); El Moviment Catňlic a Mallorca (1994), Los modelos educativos juveniles del Movimiento Católico en Espańa (1868-1968) with Feliciano Montero (2003-2004), and El bisbe arquitecte. Pere Joan Campins i Barceló (2015).