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Puente Pérez, Ginés

Puente Pérez, Ginés

Universitat de Barcelona

Ginés Puente Pérez (Vila-seca, 1991) is Graduate in History since 2013 and MsC in Women Studies, Gender and Citizenship since 2016. He worked for 5 years at the Universitat Rovira i Virgili (Tarragona) as a research fellow and teaching assistant in the History Degree. He performed studies on toponymy in La Selva del Camp (Tarragona), with a local grant funding, and two different projects on file description at the Catalonian Library (BIblioteca de Catalunya). Among other subjects, he is interested in the migration processes to South America (18-19th Centuries), the construction of the new Catalan communication networks (19th Century), and the proces of secularization (18-19th Centuries). His engagement with GRAMP allows him to approach the study of mentalities in the territory building his knowledge upon an interdisciplinary interpretation of written and material sources. He is currently working on his PhD dissertation on the figure of Teresa Mañé Miravent, also known by the pseudonym Soledad Gustavo.


Puente, G. (2017): L’emigració del Camp de Tarragona a Llatinoamèrica (1778-833), Tarragona: Edicions del Port de Tarragona i Arola editors. ISBN: 978-84-946619-7-6.

Puente, G. (2017): “Al margen del feminismo. Las vindicaciones anarquistas italianas y españolas por la liberación de las mujeres (1868-1939)”, Chronica Mundi, vol. 12: 38-72. eISSN 2282-0094.

Cuadrada, C.; Puente, G. (2016): “A debate: entre “feminismo” anarquista y el feminismo burgués”, Feminismo(s), 28: 25-48. ISSN: 1696-8166.

Alari, M.; Jane, N. i Puente, G. (2015): “Història del safareig de Cubelles”, Amics del Castell, Grup d’Estudis Cubellencs, 67-76. ISSN: 2014-7619

AD. (2015): 150 anys del ferrocarril, de Tarragona a Martorell 1865-2015, Lleida: Pagès editors. ISBN: 978-84-9975-598-4.