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Bradley Mollmann, Ph.D.

Division of Humanities


Ph.D. History, Tulane University
M.A. History, Miami University
B.A. History, Ohio Northern University

Research Interests

  • Early Modern Spain
  • The Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds
  • History of Religion
  • History of Science and Medicine

Publications and Media Placements

"Vagabond Healers and Deviant Cures: Religio-Medical Healers at the Early Modern Castilian Hospital," in Hospitales durante el antiguo régimen: Instituciones benéfico-asistenciales, siglos XV-XIX, edited by Paula Barbero, Ana Barrena Gómez, and Rich Lizardo (Palermo: Palermo University Press, 2022).

"Reflections on Teaching the History of Colonization, Slavery, and the African Diaspora using Primary Sources and Historical Fiction," co-authored with Jayur Madhusdan Mehta, Journal of African Diaspora Archeology and Heritage (2020).

Review of Estela Roselló Soberón, Enfermar y curar: Historias cotidianas de cuerpos e identidades femeninas en la Nueva España (Valencia: Publicacions de la Universitat de València, 2017), in Dynamis 38, no. 2 (2018): 507-509.

"Healing with Demons? Preternatural Philosophy and Superstitious Cures in Spanish Inquisitorial Courts," in Demons and Illness: Theory and Practice from Antiquity to the Early Modern Period edited by Catherine Rider and Siam Bhayro (Boston: Brill, 2017).