Dr. Pablo Guijarro Salvador
graduate with a degree in History from the University of Navarra (2001), she was teaching assistant of its Art History department between 2001 and 2007. She is teaching assistant of the Chair de Patrimonio y Arte Navarro since its foundation.
thesis At the beginning of 2009 she read her doctoral thesis, Los Deseosos del Bien Público: protagonists, mentalities and projects in Tudela during the Enlightenment (1750-1808), under the direction of Dr. Mª Concepción García Gainza, obtaining the maximum award grade. This research deals with the Enlightenment focus in Tudela, which gave rise to the foundation of the only Society of Friends of the Country in Navarre (Sociedad Tudelana de los Deseosos del Bien Público), promoted by the Marquises of San Adrián, whose main milestone was the creation of the Royal House of Mercy, an institution that is still in operation.
Some of the results of this thesis Doctoral thesis have been published in different articles, congresses and conferences. Among the first are "La fundación de la Real Casa de Misericordia de Tudela: los testamentos de Ignacio de Mur y María Huarte", in Cuadernos de la Chair de Patrimonio y Arte Navarro, nº 2 (2007), pp. 257-278; "La de Patrimonio y Arte Navarro, nº 2 (2007), pp. 257-278; "La teaching del dibujo en Tudela durante el siglo XIX", in Príncipe de Viana, nº 246 (2009), pp. 67-104; "Felipe González de Castejón y Tovar (1745-1803): partner founder and first director of the Real Sociedad Tudelana de los Deseosos del Bien Público", in Huarte de San Juan. Geografía e Historia, nº 18 (2011), pp. 185-218; or "La Education de los hijos en una familia de la nobleza navarra: los marqueses de San Adrián", in José María Imízcoz Beunza and Álvaro Chaparro (eds.), Education, redes y producción de élites en el siglo XVIII, Madrid, Sílex, 2013, pp. 133-156.
On the other hand, in recent years he has published several works on various aspects of the history and art of Navarre. The most recent is the book Ororbia: mil años de historia, Concejo de Ororbia. Kybse, 2015, which reviews the rich past of this town, from its historical and monumental heritage to political, economic and social issues. This publication is the result of a research funded by the Council of Ororbia.