Anthropologist and Historian at the University of Seville, Spain
José Manuel Núñez de la Fuente is a Spanish anthropologist and historian at the University of Seville, Spain. He has produced
several historical documentaries, including the series El Testamento de Adán, which covers the first circumnavigation by Magellan
and Elcano. He has led influential socio-cultural and educational projects, among them the multicultural program for young people
"Na Peugada de Magalhães." He is the founder of the World Network of Magical Cities, of which he is Secretary General, which
integrates cities from different countries and continents.
Núñez de la Fuente is the author of the libretto Magallanes. No rosa sin espinas, composed by Marco Reghezza and Giovanni Scapecchi, and Diário de Fernão de Magalhães, a book dedicated to the accounts of Magellan's voyage.
He is promoting the sites of the "Magalhães-Elcano Route" for the UNESCO World Heritage List.