Rose Family Endowed Term Professor of History
Antonio Feros is a leading scholar of early modern European history focusing on Spain and its empire. He is the author of two books, Kingship and Favoritism in the Spain of Philip III, 1598-1621, and Speaking of Spain: The Evolution of Race and Nation in the Hispanic World, as well as three co-edited volumes and many articles. He has received a Fulbright Scholarship in Portugal and research grants from the Centro de Estudios Hispánicos e Iberoamericanos, the Luso-American Development Foundation, and the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies.
Feros is an esteemed teacher who has been recognized with the Penn Arts & Sciences Award for Mentorship of Undergraduate Research and the Department of History’s Dunn Award for Distinguished Teaching. He has served as Graduate Chair of the Department of History and as a member of the Arts and Sciences Committee on Graduate Education and the University Scholars Council.