Cristina Chicharro Manzanares is a professional with a degree in History and a Master’s degree in Contemporary History from the Complutense University of Madrid. Throughout her career, she has gained relevant experience in the field of research and teaching. In the past year, she worked as a Spanish Language Associate at Carleton College in Minnesota.
Her experience at Carleton College allowed her to develop valuable skills such as effective communication, teamwork, and adaptability. These skills are essential in academic and research environments as they foster collaboration and the exchange of ideas.
In addition to her work experience, Cristina has demonstrated her commitment to advancing historical knowledge through her academic contributions. She has published an article titled “Africanist anthropology during Francoism: the Bernardino de Sahagún Institute, 1939-1951” in the Cultural & History Digital Journal. This achievement indicates her ability to conduct original research and contribute to the field of contemporary history.