Alejandro Pulido Azpíroz researches Modern History at the University of the Basque Country and is the beneficiary of a “Margarita Salas” post-doctoral grant. He obtained a Master’s Degree in History at the University of the Basque Country (2014), as well as a PhD in Modern History in 2020 at the same university. His research mainly focuses on Spanish and Basque Modern History at the beginning of the XX century, regionalist and pro-independence movements in Europe and the effects of the Great War in neutral countries. He has published several articles about Breton and Basque nationalist movements, as well as attended international history conferences. One of his latest publications is Neutralidad en pie de Guerra. El País Vasco y Navarra ante la Primera Guerra Mundial (1914-1918).

Alejandro Pulido also has an interest in the Basque language. He has contributed to several studies on Basque dialects, such as the extinct Pyrenean dialect of the valley of Salazar. He has co-written with Eduardo Garralda and Iñigo Auzmendi a book about its last writer, Federiko Garralda, titled Euskal berpizkundea Zaraitzuko ibarrean. Federiko Garralda Argontz eta haren ingurua (1881-1929). He has also taken part in diverse activities organised by the Basque Chair of the University of Navarre.