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CABEDO REVERTER, MIQUEL

CABEDO REVERTER, MIQUEL

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
LABIANO ILUNDAIN, JUAN MIGUEL

LABIANO ILUNDAIN, JUAN MIGUEL

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Responsables de Gestio Academica
Coordinador/a Titulacio de Grau

Universitat de València Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació Departament de Filologia Clàssica Avda. Blasco Ibáñez 32 46010 VALENCIA http://www.uv.es/labiano https://uv.academia.edu/Labiano https://www.uv.es/gratuv/

(9639) 83050

mikel.labiano@uv.es

Biography
 

Mikel Labiano took his doctor's degree in Classical Philology in the Faculty of Philology (Universidad de Salamanca)  in 1999, with his thesis on interjections in Aristophanic Comedy, under the supervision of Dr. Antonio López Eire. After several positions at the Universities of La Rioja and Complutense de Madrid, in 2003 he got the post of professor at the Universitat de València, until the present.

This thesis was published as a book the following year: Estudio de las interjecciones en las comedias de Aristófanes. Amsterdam: Hakkert, 2000. His observations and data are usually used, for example, in the series of Aristophanic commentaries that S. Douglas Olson published at Oxford University Press in recent years. (Acharnians, 2002; Thesmophoriazusae, 2004; Wasps, 2016). The study of ancient Greek interjections is part of a broader line of research that concerns the Attic conversational language, to the extent that we can approach it through texts, fundamentally dramatic.

Along with this line of research in Aristophanic Comedy, particularly in everything related to the conversational language of Ancient Greek, he has also studied the Euripidean tragedy, of which he has published some translations in Editorial Cátedra and Alianza Editorial (Eurípides. Tragedias II. Madrid: Cátedra, 1999; Eurípides. Tragedias III. Madrid: Cátedra, 2000; Eurípides. El Cíclope. Ión. Reso. Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 2010), in addition to some linguistic and philological studies. He has also had the opportunity to study linguistic features of the Corpus Hippocraticum, in terms of history of language, in orden to try to contribute to the long list of studies that deal with the complex formation of this rich and varied corpus. These studies have also led him to participate in recent years in two research projects on forgeries, literary pseudepigraphs and problems of authorship, with special attention to the letters and pseudepigraphic writings in the Hippocraticum Collection.

He is currently a member of GRATUV (Grup de Recerca i Acció Teatral de la Universitat de València), where he is engaged with studies about the modes of linguistic expression of political violence in Ancient Greek Comedy, mainly in Aristophanic Comedy, according to the models of conversational analysis and verbal (im)politeness successfully applied to modern Indo-European languages and, also, to ancient Greek in recent years.

MORENILLA TALENS, CARMEN

MORENILLA TALENS, CARMEN

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs
NARRO SANCHEZ, ANGEL

NARRO SANCHEZ, ANGEL

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Secretari/a de Departament

(9639) 83703

angel.narro@uv.es

Biography
 

M.A. in Classical Philology (2008) and French Philology (2012) from the University of Valencia. PhD in Greek Philology from the University of Valencia (2013).

My main lines of research are three: 1) the Christian Greek language and literature, 2) the Byzantine hagiography and 3) the reception of classical literature in the literature of the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance. The first and second lines of research converged in the doctoral thesis work on the Greek texts about Saint Thecla -Acts of Paul and Thecla from the 2nd century and Life and Miracles of Saint Thecla from the 5th century- and subsequently they have been concentrated in two well differentiated areas. On the one hand, in the field of Christian Greek language and literature, the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles as a whole and in comparison with other texts of the time have been studied in different works, among which the book Tecla de Iconio. La santa ideal, un ideal de santa (2021) stands out. In addition, I am currently actively participating in the preparation of the critical edition, translation and commentary of the Acts of Tomás, within the project "Edition, translation, and commentary of Acta Thomae", financed by the Ministry of Science and Innovation of the Government of Spain (2020-2023). On the other hand, regarding Greek hagiography, the compilations of miracles of saints from the first period of the Byzantine Empire have centered most of the works already published, such as the Spanish translation of the Life and Miracles of Thecla published in the BAC or El culto a las santas y los santos en la Antigüedad tardía y la época bizantina in Síntesis, where the relationship of the Apocryphal Acts of the Apostles is also addressed as a direct antecedent of later hagiography. In this area, I have been the main researcher of the project "Literary Topics in Late-Ancient Christian Hagiography in a Feminine Key" (GV/2020/013), financed by the R+D+i program of the Conselleria d'Innovació, Universitats, Ciència i Societat Digital within the Subsidies subprogram for the realization of R+D+i projects developed by emerging research groups (2020-2021). Recently, I have obtained a grant as main researcher for another project financed by the same entity and scholarship program for the years 2022 and 2023 with the title "Literary topics and narrators in female martyrdom literature" (CIGE/2021/075). Finally, regarding the reception of classical literature in the literature of the Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance, the main objective has been to analyze the presence of elements from tradition and classical literature in didactic and moral works directed women of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.

During the completion of the doctoral thesis, a stay of 7.5 months was carried out at the Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna (Italy) and in the second semester of the 2013-2014 academic year, a visiting professor position was obtained at the University of Memphis (USA). In August 2016, a research stay was carried out at the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library of Harvard University in Washington DC thanks to obtaining a scholarship financed by the institution itself. From September 2017 to November of the same year, a 3-month research stay was carried out at the University of Nantes financed by the program for the promotion of research of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Generalitat Valenciana. In July 2019, a 1-month research and training stay in the Coptic language was carried out at the Hill's Museum and Manuscript Library of St. John's University (Minnesota) financed by Dumbarton Oaks. In February 2020, another 1-month teaching / research stay was carried out at the University of Havana (Cuba), invited by this university. In May 2022, a two-week research stay was carried out at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (The Netherlands). From September 2014 to September 2019 he has held the position of Assistant Professor at the University of Valencia with a change of profile included in September 2016 through a contest from Didactics of language and literature to Classical Philology. Since 2020 he has held the position of Associate Professor.

The publications exceed 70 in total. The languages ​​of these publications include Catalan, French, English and Italian.

He has taken an active part in more than 40 conferences, some of them held in Belgium, Cuba, France, Italy, Portugal, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic.

He has actively participated in the organization of conferences, most of them international, between the years 2009-2022.

PEREZ ASENSIO, JORGE

PEREZ ASENSIO, JORGE

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
PEREZ LAMBAS, FERNANDO

PEREZ LAMBAS, FERNANDO

PDI-Prof. Permanent Laboral Ppl
Especialista Pau
Vicedega/Vicedegana / Vicedirector/a Ets
Coordinador/a Curs
POMER MONFERRER, JUAN JOSE

POMER MONFERRER, JUAN JOSE

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
REDONDO SANCHEZ, JORDI

REDONDO SANCHEZ, JORDI

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

Departament de Filologia Clàssica, Facultat de Filologia, despatx 68, Blasco Ibàñez 32, 46010 València

(9639) 83059

jordi.redondo@uv.es

Biography
 
Graduated (1982) and doctorated (1985) in Classical Philology at the University of Salamanca, secondary school teacher until the 1987-1988 academic year, when he started as a university teacher at the Universidade de Santiago. Professor at the University of Valencia since 1990, he has developed lines of research in the fields of the history of the Greek language, rhetoric, syntax, religion and the reception of the ancient Greek literature.
RUBIO GIL, ALEJANDRO

RUBIO GIL, ALEJANDRO

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
SANCHIS LLOPIS, JORGE LUIS

SANCHIS LLOPIS, JORGE LUIS

PDI-Titular d'Universitat