A historical dissemination channel under the coordination of the creator of the seminar, Dr. Antonio J. Díaz Rodríguez, where historians with a consolidated career and young researchers from different universities present to the public a particular journey through Cordoba and Andalusia in the 16th and 17th centuries. This initiative is the result of the collaboration of the Laboratory of Judeo-Converso Studies of the University of Cordoba with the Provincial Historical Archive of Cordoba. Conversos, slaves, wine smugglers, prized Andalusian horses, swords from Toledo, Inca nobility, literati, gardeners, document forgers, Moors and much more are shown in these seminars via Youtube. In this case, the conference talks about the life and work of the Cordovan silversmiths in the Modern Age. It shows in detail how the concentration of their activity in specific areas of the city determined their consolidation as a guild and institution from a professional point of view.
Project: 2. Social and economic impact of technological revolutions in Europe., 3. Rural world and urban world in the formation of the European identity., 4. Family, daily life and social inequality in Europe.
Chronology: XVI, XVII
Scope: Secondary Education, Baccalaureate, University
Resource type: Video
Owner: Daniel Maldonado Cid (Modernalia)
Copyright: Rocío Velasco Tejedor The Archive of Time. Spring Cycle 2017
Abstract: Explanatory video about the life and work of the Cordovan silversmiths in the Modern Age. Channel of the Permanent Seminar of Historical Dissemination "The Archive of Time".