Gabriel Sanchez Espinosa


  • Room 01.005 - 9 University Square

    United Kingdom

Accepting PhD Students

PhD projects

-Spanish 18th-century Literature and Culture
-Spanish Enlightenment
-Spanish Book History

1994 …2023

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Personal profile


Dr Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa is a Reader in Spanish Studies at the School of Arts, English and Languages. He graduated in Filología Hispánica at the Universidad Complutense and did his PhD at the Universität Duisburg, where he also worked as Lektor for Spanish.

Research Statement

Dr Sánchez Espinosa’s main research interests focus on the literature and culture of the Spanish Enlightenment, with special attention to book history and the circulation of ideas between Spain and Europe. He is currently working on a book on the printer Gabriel de Sancha.


Dr Gabriel Sánchez Espinosa has supervised to succesful completion a range of PhD and MRes projects on 18th-century topics. He welcomes doctoral applications from suitably-qualified candidates working on projects relating to Spanish 18th-century Literature and Culture, the Spanish Enlightenment and Spanish Book History. He has also supervised PhD and MRes dissertations on projects relating to the cultural reception of the Spanish Civil War, and contemporary memoirs and diaries. He teaches Spanish language and culture at all levels of UG study.


Dr Sánchez Espinosa is a member of the Instituto Feijoo de Estudios del Siglo XVIII, the Sociedad Española del Siglo XVIII, and the Centre for Eighteenth Century Studies at QUB.


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