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The 2015 National History Award of Spain has been delivered to Roberto Fernandez Diaz for his work "Catalonia and Bourbon Absolutism" for "its excellent review around an important historiographic debate and for the rigorous application of critical and professional methodology in the face of public and political instrumentalization of historical events«.
The National Prize of History of Spain aims to recognize and stimulate research and historical study, and is endowed with 20,000 euros.
The jury of this edition It has been composed of Mónica Fernández, Deputy Director General for the Promotion of Spanish Books, Reading and Literature, as President.
As vocals, Serafín Fanjul, proposed by the Royal Academy of History; Antonio Bonet, for the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando; Araceli Mangas, for the Royal Academy of Moral and Political Sciences; José Manuel Tejerizo, for the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation; Inmaculada Arias, for the Conference of Rectors of Spanish Universities (CRUE); Jesús Picatoste, for the Federation of Associations of Journalists of Spain (FAPE); Francisco Villacorta, for the Institute of History of the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC); Carlos Forcadell, by the Association of Contemporary History (AHC) of the Autonomous University of Madrid; Ricardo Martín, for the Center for Political and Constitutional Studies (CEPC); Ángela Muñoz, for the Feminist Research Institute of the Complutense University of Madrid; Isabel Pérez de Tudela, for the Minister of Education, Culture and Sports; and the winner in 2014, Carmen Sanz Ayán
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