Antonio Feros, Dr.
Walter H. Annenberg Professor of History
Dr. Feros received his Ph.D. in European history from the Johns Hopkins University. He teaches courses in political, cultural, intellectual and imperial history. Dr. Feros has written on subjects ranging from ethnic relations in the early modern Spanish empire to ideas and images of kingship, and political and court cultures in early modern Europe. He is the author of Kingship and Favoritism in the Spain of Philip III, 1598-1621 (2000) and is currently working on two new projects: national and ethnic identities in the early modern Spanish World, and the constitution and construction of the Spanish empire.