Lucía Conte holds a Ph.D. in Medieval History by Universitat Pompeu Fabra, a Master in History and a degree in Humanities by the same university, where is a lecturer in the Humanities Department and in the Hispanic and European Studies Program. She teaches courses on Medieval History, Jewish History of Spain and Jewish Heritage recovery.
She has conducted research abroad at the Universite de Toulouse-Le Mirail and at the Jewish Theological Seminary of America-Columbia University. Her research areas of interest are focused on Jewish Medieval and Early Modern History in the Crown of Aragon and is a member of the Society for Sephardic Studies and the Association for Jewish Studies.
She is currently researching the history of early Hebrew incunabula printed in Sefarad and the diaspora of these books after the Expulsion of the Jews from Spain.
Lucía Conte has also specialized in the design and implementation of cultural and academic field trips and experiential learning tours of Jewish Heritage, for both private and public institution and is the president of the cultural association Tarbut Hijar at Tarbut Sefarad for the study and recovery of the Sephardic history and heritage of Híjar (Aragon, Spain). In addition to her academic and teaching responsibilities, she is the Director of the Education Abroad Program at Universitat Pompeu Fabra.