foto Eulalia Miralles i Jori
PDI Titular d'Universitat
Secretari/a d' Institut Universitari
Department: Catalan
Departament de Filologia Catalana Despatx 03 Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació Av. Blasco Ibáñez 32 46010 València
(9639) 83803

Eulàlia Miralles Jori (Barcelona, 1971). After studying Catalan Philology at the Universitat de Barcelona (1994), I undertook predoctoral research at the Universitat de Barcelona (1996-1999). I obtained my Phd in 2001 at the same University, where I have been a researcher and assistant lecturer (2000; 2002). From 2002-2004 I was a postdoc researcher at the Universitat de Girona, from 2006-2008 a researcher at the same University, in 2008 a researcher at the Universidad de Córdoba and from 2008-2010 a postdoc researcher at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. In 2011 I accepted a position of contracted lecturer at the Universitat of València, and since 2012 I am associate professor of Catalan Philology at the Universitat de València. I taught at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (since 2007) and as a visiting professor at the universities of Nottingham (2009), Roma-Tre (2013) and Ca’Foscari in Venice (2015). I am a member of the Institut Interuniversitari de Filologia Valenciana, the Aula Carles Riba at the Universitat de Barcelona / Institut d'Estudis Catalans, the Institut de Llengua i Cultura Catalanes at the Universitat de Girona and the Center for Catalan Studies at the University of California-Santa Barbara. My research focuses on the study of literary culture in Early Modern Ages, from XVth to XIXth centuries, with a particular interest on non-fictional works as historiography, cronicles, diaries, memories, daybooks, etc., specially during the period of the Baroque. More specifically, I works on textual criticism (in catalan, spanish and latin) and cultural history. Since some years, I am interested on historical and political literature (fictional and non-fictional), the history of identities and counteridentities (specially on the construction of national catalan identity), cultured poetry (Joan Pujol and Francesc Fontanella, among others) and gender studies (secular women).

Subjects taught and teaching methods
34016 - RhetoricOthers, Practices, Theory
35381 - Orientation, resources and techniques for Catalan PhilologyComputer Classroom, Theory
35397 - Medieval and modern Catalan literaturePractices, Theory
35398 - Medieval Catalan Literature IPractices, Theory
35400 - Catalan literature of the Modern AgePractices, Theory
35415 - Degree Final Project in Catalan philologyWork end of studies
35751 - Contemporary Catalan literaturePractices, Theory
43165 - Specialty in text editingPractices, Theory
44411 - Research in literature: Diachronic perspectivesTheory
44414 - Advanced course in literary researchTheory
Second semester
Thursday de 14:00 a 17:00. DESPATX 003 DEPT. FILOLOGIA CATALANA
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