Freddy C. Domínguez
Research Assistant Professor of History
PhD, Princeton, 2011
Early modern European history, with an emphasis on political and religious history.
Office Hours: summer - no office hours
Office: Benson Hall, room 208
Freddy Domínguez works on the political and religious history of early modern Europe. He is currently completing several projects, including one on “Spanish Elizabethan” propaganda-- polemics written by English Catholic exiles in France, Italy, Spain, and the Netherlands in favor of the Spanish monarchy. Others consider the emergence of radical Catholic ideologies at the end of the sixteenth century, and the pan-European debates caused by fears and hopes of Spanish imperialism. He is broadly interested in the construction and uses of political ideologies, the relations between historiography and propaganda, and the politics of exile.