My name is Natalie Cobo and I am an historian of the Philippines in the early modern period. I am currently doing a DPhil at the University of Oxford where my research is concerned with how classical knowledge, authors, and ethnography influenced Catholic missionaries engaged in the evangelisation of the archipelago in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
My background is in Classics and I also translate early modern Latin texts.
I am a founding member of Neogranadina, a nonprofit foundation dedicated to rescuing the holdings of endangered archives and libraries in Colombia and promoting the digital humanities.
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