Cristian Miguel Torres Gutierrez is a PhD researcher in Cultural History at the University of Oslo, Norway. His research focuses on issues of provenance, preservation, and representation of Nahua historical knowledge within the Mexican archives.
He has worked on several digital humanities initiatives, designing databases and exhibition platforms in different projects. He has administrative experience having previously worked in the University of Cambridge overseeing MMLL’s joint degrees. He has an educational background in Crossways in Cultural Narratives and has been self-trained in digital humanities tools as well as in the Institute of Palaeography and Digital Humanities in University of Texas at Austin.