Joseph Pérez is a French historian specializing in Spanish history. Pérez has specialized in the births of the modern Spanish state and the Latin American nations. Among his books, he examines the independence movements of Latin America; Ferdinand and Isabella, the Catholic Monarchs; Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, and Philip II of Spain.
About Joseph Perez
Twentieth-century French author of a number of books on Spanish history and Latin American independence movements. He also founded La Maison des Plays Iberiques, a Spanish cultural center in France.
He worked as a professor of Latin American civilization at the Michel de Montaigne Bordeaux 3 University in Bordeaux, France.
He became a member of the French Legion of Honor.
His parents were Spanish, and his three brothers were born in Spain. He, however, was born in southern France.
He studied the practices of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V.
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- French Hispanists
- Commanders of the Order of Isabella the Catholic
- Historians of Spain
- ENS Fontenay-Saint-Cloud-Lyon alumni
- Historians of Latin America
- 21st-century French historians
- 20th-century French historians