14 March 2023
Leticia Agúndez is Lecturer at the Historical Sciences Department, University of Cantabria, where she was awarded a PhD in Medieval History (2011).
Her main research line focuses on the social history of written cultures, with special attention to the production of cartularies, forgeries and the institutional memory of religious houses in the kingdoms of Leon, Castile and Portugal.
In 2014 she joined the University of the Basque Country as postdoctoral fellow and in 2017 she was postdoctoral fellow at the University of Porto. She has carried out research stays at the University of Sorbonne IV, Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines and the Centre d’études supérieures de civilisation médiévale (Potiers). She has participated in several national and international research projects, including: Élites clericales y afianzamiento territorial e institucional de la diócesis de Burgos (siglos XI al XV) (2019-2023); Scriptoria, lenguajes y espacio agrario en la alta Edad Media (2018-2021), Le pouvoir des listes au Moyen Âge (2015-2019).
She has obtained several scientific awards, including the X Premio de la Sociedad Española de Estudios Medievales. She is a member of the Buleva-Fuentes group and an international collaborator of the CITCEM-Porto.