Within the department, he teaches Spanish Peninsular and Spanish American history, including the modules Conquest, Empire and Inquisition in Sixteenth- Century Spain and Spanish America; Vision of the Vanquished: Native Society and Spaniards in America ca. 1400 – ca. 1600; Great Power Intervention in the Spanish Civil War.
His administrative role is Tutor for incoming Erasmus students (semester 1 only).
Dr Griffiths teaches exclusively in Semester 1 of each academic session.
The Cross and the Serpent. Religious Repression and Resurgence in Colonial Peru, Norman and London, University of Oklahoma Press, 1996.
Also published as: La cruz y la serpiente. La represión y el resurgimiento religioso en el Perú colonial, trad. por Carlos Baliñas Pérez, Lima, Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Fondo Editorial, 1998.
Sacred Dialogues: Christianity and Native Religions in the Colonial Americas 1492-1700. Lulu Enterprises UK, 2007.
(with Fernando Cervantes), Spiritual Encounters: Interactions between Christianity and Native Religions in Colonial America. University of Birmingham/University of Nebraska Press, 1999.
'Popular Religious Scepticism and Idiosyncrasy in Post-Tridentine Cuenca', in Faith and Fanaticism: Religious Fervour in Early-Modern Spain, edited by Lesley K. Twomey, pp.95-128. Aldershot: Variorum, 1997.
'"Inquisition of the Indians?": The Inquisitorial Model and Repression of Andean Religion in Seventeenth-Century Peru' in European and Non-European Societies, 1450-1800. Volume II: Religion, class, Gender, Race,edited by Robert Forster. An Expanding World, Volume 27, pp.359-78. Aldershot: Variorum, 1997.
'The Best of Both Faiths: The Boundaries of religious Allegiance and Opportunism in Early Eighteenth-Century Cuenca' in Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, LXXVII (2000): 13-40, University of Glasgow.
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