Jorge Ledo is a researcher in the Ramón y Cajal Programme (2020) at the Universidade da Coruña, which he joined thanks to the InTalent programme (with the support of the UDC and funded by Inditex) in 2018. After receiving his PhD from the Centre for Modern Thought (University of Aberdeen, 2010), he was a visiting professor at the University of Michigan for two years (2009-2011) and at the University of Basel for six years (2011-2017). He is currently director of the project “A Renaissance Religious Controversy: Catechisms for the Conversion of Muslims in Sixteenth-Century Spain” and is the editor-in-chief of the collection “Iberian Heterodoxy” (Leiden and Boston, Brill). His main line of research is the history of communication and dissent in late medieval and Renaissance culture (ca. 1350-1600), with a special interest in the history of concepts, the history of religious minorities and the influence of low-intensity reform currents—such as Erasmism—in the Iberian Peninsula.