Awards and Publications
2015-18, Connecting Excellence to UC3M (CONEX) Experienced Researcher Fellowship, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain), primary recipient
2015, MOOC Initiative Fund, University of Colorado System, Office of Digital Education and Engagement, primary recipient
2015, Performance Award, Texas Early Music Project’s Convivencia Re-Envisioned: The Three Worlds of Renaissance Spain performance.
2014, University of Colorado President’s Fund for the Humanities award for Virtual Plasencia (Stage Three Development), University of Colorado System, primary recipient
2014, “The Revealing Cooperation and Conflict Project’s Virtual Plasencia”, University of Texas General Libraries Grant, co-primary recipient
2013, UCCS Arts and Humanities Award for “The M3 Project: Mapping Medieval Microcosms in Medieval Spain”, UCCS, primary recipient
2013, Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Development Award for “The M3 Project: Mapping Medieval Microcosms in Medieval Spain”, UCCS Office of the Provost, primary recipient
2013, Online Course Development Award for HUM 3990: Digital Humanity, UCCS College of Letters, Arts, and Sciences, primary recipient
2012, “Colorado Consortium of Reacting to the Past” Immersive and Game-Based Learning Faculty Challenge Grant, Colorado Community College System, co-primary recipient
2012, “Expressions of Complex Identities: Sephardic Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews (1391-2016)”, Guest Curator Grant, New Mexico History Museum (Santa Fe, NM), primary recipient
2011, The International Institute for Jewish Genealogy (IIJG) and Paul Jacobi Center Research Grant; National Library of Israel, Givat Ram Campus of the Hebrew University, Jerusalem.
2011, Program for Cultural Cooperation Research Grant, Spanish Ministry of Education, Culture, and Sports, Madrid, Spain.
2011, Faculty Assembly Women’s Committee Research Grant, UCCS.
2011, Maurice Amado Faculty Incentive Grant for archival research in La Paz, Bolivia, and Sevilla, Spain (sponsored by UCLA’s Maurice Amado Program in Sephardic Studies and Center for Jewish Studies).
2010, University of Colorado President’s Fund for the Humanities award for the Sephardic Memory and Movement Conference.
2010, University of Colorado Diversity and Excellence Grant award for the Sephardic Memory and Movement Conference.
2008-10, David H. Burton Postdoctoral Fellowship, Saint Joseph’s University (PA).
Martinez-Davila, Roger Louis. Creating Conversos: The Carvajal–Santa María Family in Early Modern Spain. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2018. ISBN: 978-0-268-10321-7
Martínez-Dávila, Roger Louis, Josef Díaz, and Ron D. Hart, eds. Fractured Faiths: Spanish Judaism, the Inquisition, and New World Identities. Albuquerque: Fresco Books, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-934491-51-5
Martínez-Dávila, Roger Louis, Paddington Hodza, Mubbasir Kapadia, Sean T. Perrone, Christoph Hölscher, and Victor R. Schinazi. “Telling Stories: Historical Narratives in Virtual Reality.” Routledge Digital Medieval Literature and Culture, eds. Jen Boyle and Helen J. Burgess. 2017. ISBN: 9781138905047.
Martínez-Dávila, Roger Louis, and Lynn Ramey. “Remediation and 3D Design: Immediacy and the Medieval Video Game World.” Routledge Digital Medieval Literature and Culture, eds. Jen Boyle and Helen J. Burgess. 2017. ISBN: 9781138905047.
Martínez-Dávila, Roger Louis. “Spanish Online Resources for Spanish and Latin American History.” Bulletin for Spanish and Portuguese Historical Studies, Volume 41, Issue 1 (2016). ISSN: 0739-182X.