Senior Lecturer in Economic History/Lecturer in International Relations, University of las Palmas of Grand Canary, Spain; University of the Americans, Puebla, México
Jesus Mª Martinez Milan: Master in Geography and History, (Section: History), University of Salamanca, Spain. Took an ERASMUS Course at Third World Laboratory – Africa, at Paris University VII-Denis Diderot, in 1991. Doctor in Contemporary History by the National Education University at a Distance (UNED), Madrid. His Doctoral Dissertation verses on the presence of Spain in the Occidental Sahara, with special attention in the most recent years, on economic issues such as fishing, mining and public investment, primarily, as well as working in the process which concluded in an interruptus decolonization process of the territory. Among his Works on the Occidental Sahara, it is worth mentioning the following: España en el Sahara Occidental y en la zona sur del Protectorado de Marruecos, 1885-1945, Madrid 2003, and (with Lopez Bargados, Alberto) Culturas del litoral. Dinámicas fronterizas entre Canarias y la costa sahariano-mauritana, Barcelona 2010. Full Professor of Economic History at the Department of Historical Sciences at the University of las Palmas of Grand Canary, Spain, since 1989.