BSc in Business and Management (University of Jaen), MSc in Agroecology (International University of Andalusia), and PhD in History (Pablo de Olavide University). I have taught Environmental and Contemporary as a Lecturer at the University Pablo de Olavide until September 2020. Subsequently, I joined the Department of Economic Theory and Economic History at the University of Granada, where I am currently an Associate Professor and Vice-head of the Department. I have been a visiting scholar at a number of universities including Barcelona (2020), Cambridge (2017/18), Costa Rica (2014, 2018) and the Social Ecology Institute in Vienna (2010). My research focuses on the study of long term economic and environmental changes in Spain, Europe and Latin America. I have produced over 60 publications, including three books (published by Springer and the Spanish Ministry of Agriculture) and 35 articles in the main Journal Citation Report-indexed journals in my field (18 in Q1), including: Environmental History, Rural History, Agricultural History, Journal of Historical Geography, Historia Agraria, Anthropocene, Ecological Economics, and Science of the Total Environment. My research has received different recognitions and awards, including the Felipe Ruiz Martín prize, given by the Spanish Association of Economic History to the best paper of the year (2012, 2020); the Ramón Garrabou prize, given to the best paper published in the journal Historia Agraria (2011, 2020). I was a member of the Board of the Spanish Society of Agricultural History (2012-2019) and Regional Representative for Spain in the European Society of Environmental History. Currently, I am co-editor of Investigaciones de Historia Económica – Economic History Research, the journal of the Spanish Society of Economic History, and I am member of the board of Diálogos (Costa Rica), Agua y Territorio, and Bajo Guadalquivir.