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 Research / David Martínez Robles
Member of ALTER: Crisis, Otherness and Representation research group of the UOC’s Arts and Humanities Department.

Current projects

Principal Investigator (with Carles Prado-Fonts) of the project China-Spain Archive. A Quantitative and Qualitative Analysis of Interactions between China and Spain (1850-1950) and their Impact On Colonial and Cross-Cultural Studies, Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (ref.: HAR2016-79995-P), 2017-2019.

Principal Investigator of the project Sino-Spanish Encounters in Taiwanese and European Archives: 1839-1939, Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation, 2015-2018.

Completed projects

Principal Investigator of the project Grups de Recerca Reconeguts i Finançats per la Generalitat de Catalunya, Ministry of Economy and Research, Government of Catalonia (ref.: 2014 SGR 488 3811), 2014-2017.

Researcher in the project Interacciones entre España y China en la época contemporánea: 1898-1949 . Ministry of Science and Innovation (ref.: MICINN HAR2012-34823), 2013-2016. PI: Carles Prado-Fonts (UOC).

Researcher in the project Transiciones Imperiales, cambio institucional y divergencia. Un análisis comparado de la trayectoria colonial y postcolonial de las posesiones españolas en América, Asia y África (1500-1900). Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (ref.: HAR2009-14099-C02-01), 2009-2012. PI: Josep Maria Delgado Ribas (UPF).

Researcher in the project China en España II. Ministerio de Ciencia y Tecnologia (ref.: BHA2003-08554), 2003-2005. PI: Dolors Folch Fornesa (UPF).

Researcher in the project China en España: elaboración de un corpus digitalizado de documentos españoles sobre China de 1555 a 1900, Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (ref.: BHA2000-09392001-2003). PI: Dolors Folch Fornesa (UPF).

Researcher in the project Ajuts als Grups de Recerca d’Història de Catalunya. Departament d’Universitats, Recerca i Societat de la Informació (ref: 2000SGR-00092), 2002-2004. PI: Josep Fontana Lázaro (UPF).