José Eloy Hortal Muñoz

International activities

Research stays abroad:

  • PRIVACY Research Institute at the Faculty of Theology, University of Copenhagen (Denmark) (05/06-31/08/2022) with a Salvador de Madariaga grant
  • Bodleian Library at Oxford (England), with a David Walker memorial fellowship (01-31/08/2018)
  • Universiteit Leiden (The Netherlands), with a Visitor´s Travel Grant (NWO) (26/06-31/08/2017)
  • Universitè de Liège and KULeuven (Belgium) as Visiting foreign researcher (01/07-31/08/2016)
  • UGent (Belgium) as Visiting foreign researcher (01/06-31/08/2013, 01/07-31/08/2015)
  • University of New York, CUNY (USA), research project (19/03-01/04/2012)

Language skills:

  • Advanced English, French and Italian (Writing and speaking)
  • Elementary Dutch (Writing and speaking)

Membership of professional and learned societies:

  • Society for Festival Research, 2015-currently
  • Académie belgo-espagnole d´histoire, 2014-currently (Académico correspondiente)
  • Renaissance Society of America (RSA), 2011-currently
  • The Society for Court History, 2009-currently
  • Instituto Universitario La Corte en Europa, 2006-currently (Reference researcher)
  • Fundación Española de Historia Moderna, 2005-currently

Participation in Think Tanks and Meetings:

  • External advisor at the PALAMUSTO (H2020 MSCA ITN) Presentations Days, online, 20th-21th October
  • Expert at the roundtable on Economic Resources of Royal Men – The King’s Money: Contrasts, Comparisons,
    and Challenges of a Comparative Approach, at the virtual research seminar Economic History of Monarchy, hosted by the University of Oxford (United Kingdom), online, 13 June 2022
  • «Augmented Reality as a tool for valorizate Heritage: the case of the Royal Sites and El Pardo», at the 1º Seminário Ibérico Património, Cultura e Turismo, 15 November 2019, Aveiro (Portugal)
  • «Outcomes of topic 3B3: Virtual HBs / sites – augmented reality and 3D reconstruction» (together with Margareta Turkalj), W3 (Integration of Heritage Buildings in their surroundings) Core group meeting, 8-9 February 2017, Chateâu de Germoilles (France)
  • «Highlighting of HBs and sites versus the respect of their surroundings» at the Action Meeting and Think Tank on Heritage Buildings and their Surroundings in conjunction with Meeting on Social Engagement in Heritage Buildings, 13-14 April 2016, Riga (Latvia)


Supervision of research stays at URJC:

Ph´D: Pierre-François Pirlet (ULiège, Belgium), FNRS, 11/2011, 01/2013

Postdoc: Margareta Turkalj (University Albert Strossmeyer, Croatia), STSM COST Action, 07-11/11/2016