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Bunk, Brian D., 1968-; Pack, Sasha D.; Scott, Carl-Gustaf (ed.) / Nation and conflict in modern Spain: essays in honor of Stanley G. Payne
(2008)

Contributors,   pp. [viii]-[ix] ff.


Page [ix]

SEAN T. PERRONE is associate professor of history at Saint Anselm College
in Manchester, 
New Hampshire. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
in 1997 
and has previously published articles on the Castilian Assembly of the Clergy
and church- 
state relations in early modern Spain in The Catholic Historical Review,
European History 
Quarterly, Mediterranean Studies, and Parliaments, Estates and Representation.
FLORENTINO RODAO holds a Ph.D. in contemporary history from the Universidad
Complutense de Madrid and is a Ph.D. candidate in area studies at the University
of 
Tokyo. He has taught at universities in Madrid, Manila, and Tokyo, and at
the University 
of Wisconsin-Madison. He is author of Espaholes en Siam, 1540-1939: Una Contribucion
al 
Estudio de la Presencia Espafiola en Asia Oriental (Madrid, 1997), and Franco
y el Imperio 
Japones: Imtgenes y Propaganda en Tiempos de Guerra (Barcelona, 2002). He
also coedited 
The Philippine Revolution of 1896-1898: Ordinary Lives in Extraordinary Times
(Manila, 
2001). 
ENRIQUE A. SANABRIA is assistant professor of Iberian and Atlantic World
History at 
the University of New Mexico. He earned his B.A. in both Spanish and History
at Santa 
Clara University, his M.A. at the University of Wisconsin, and his Ph.D.
from the University 
of California, San Diego. He is currently revising his doctoral thesis Anticlerical
Politics: 
Republicanism, Anticlericalism, and the Public Sphere in Restoration Madrid,
1875-1912, 
which won the Society for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies Best
Dissertation Prize 
in 2002. 
CARL-GUSTAF SCOTT received his Ph.D. in 2005 from the University of Wisconsin-
Madison under the direction of Stanley Payne. He is currently a lecturer
in the history de- 
partment at Hamline University in St. Paul, Minnesota. 
MICHAEL SEIDMAN is professor of history at the University North Carolina-Wilmington.
He is the author of Republic of Egos: A Social History of the Spanish Civil
War (Madison, 
2002) and other books on Spanish and French history. 
COLIN M. WINSTON received both his B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of
Wisconsin- 
Madison under the direction of Stanley Payne. He is currently a senior analyst
on Middle 
East politics for the Central Intelligence Agency and has taught Modern European
and 
Middle Eastern history at the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.


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