Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona/Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
History of Science
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Lino Camprubi studied in Sevilla and Cornell and obtained his PhD in UCLA in 2011. His first book explores the active role of engineers in building the Francoist regime and his second book expands that view to the role of scientists as diplomats and agents of international relations. He has pubished on phosphates in the Western Sahara, rice seeds, and the role of the senses in oceanography. He is particularly interested in anti-submarine warfare in the Strait of Gibraltar and the transformation of the Mediterranean as a maritime space.
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Philosophy, History and Philosophy of Science, Media Studies