Miedo en el navío inestable. Navegaciones atlánticas hispánicas, siglos XV-XVII

  • Vera Moyo Sordo National Autonomous University of Mexico


Vera Moyo Sordo looks at Spanish sailors and how they navigated the ever present fear and uncertainty of the Atlantic Ocean.

Author Biography

Vera Moyo Sordo, National Autonomous University of Mexico
Vera Moya Sordo is currently a doctoral student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM).
She received a Master’s degree in History from UNAM, with the research topic: “Manifestations of Fear during the
Iberian Atlantic Navigation from the Fifteenth to the Beginning of the Seventeenth Century,” for which she was
awarded the Marcos and Celia Maus Award with Honorable Mention for best master’s thesis in history, 2012. Moya Sordo also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology from the National School of Anthropology and History
(ENAH), specializing in Naval and Maritime Archaeology.