Federico Martínez RodaFederico Martínez Roda is a professor of history at the Valencia Catholic University.
Federico Martínez (Requena 1950) studied philosophy and literature and law at the University of Valencia, where he received his PhD in history in 1979 for extensive and innovative research on the Port of Valencia. He furthered his studies in Brussels and Geneva.
His research began in 1973 with his thesis about Valencian illustration. Since then, he has focused in five lines of research: Valencia, historical methodology, globalization, international relations, and military issues.
Martínez began his teaching career as secondary school teacher, becoming a high school headmaster in Mislata and Utiel (1975–1983). He later served as C.A.P. coordinator in geography and history for the University of Valencia, secretary general of the Universidad CEU Cardenal Herrera from 2001 to 2008, and vice chancellor of the CEU San Pablo University from 2011 to 2013.
He joined Valencia Catholic University in September 2014 and is currently a professor at the university. As a university professor, he has been invited to the universities of Kraków, Wroclaw, Lima, King's Point (New York), Managua, St. Pölten, Wisconsin, and Nova de Lisboa.
Martínez has been the editor of ''Annals'', the scientific magazine published by the Real Academia de Cultura Valenciana, since 2008.
In 2015, he was awarded the XVII Ángel Herrera Prize in recognition for his work. Provided by Wikipedia
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