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AGUILAR RUIZ, MANUEL JOSE

AGUILAR RUIZ, MANUEL JOSE

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A

Departamento de Filología Española Facultad de Filología, Traducción y Comunicación Universitat de València Av. Blasco Ibáñez, núm. 32, 3.º, despacho 13, buzón núm. 126. Teléfono: 96 386 41 00 ext. 51072

96 386 41 00 (D)

manuel.j.aguilar@uv.es

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- Doctorado en Estudios Hispánicos Avanzados, Universidad de Valencia (2021)

Tesis: "Los neologismos fraseológicos como palabras idiomáticas en locuciones en español: morfología y clasificación".

Directora: M.ª Virginia González García

- Máster de Lexicografía Hispánica, Real Academia Española/Universidad de León (2015)

TFM: "Las palabras idiomáticas en la fraseología española: elaboración de un inventario a partir de su tratamiento lexicográfico en el DRAE y el DEA".

Director: Mario García-Page Sánchez

- Diploma de Posgrado en Metodología y Didáctica del Español como Lengua Extranjera, Universidad de Valencia (2014)

- Posgrado: Certificado de Especialización en Edición de Textos Medievales, Universidad de Valencia (2012)

- Máster de Estudios Hispánicos Avanzados, Universidad de Valencia (2010)

TFM: "El componente léxico 'mar' en las unidades fraseológicas en castellano".

Directora: M.ª Teresa Echenique Elizondo

- Licenciatura en Filología Clásica, Universidad de Granada (2005)

 

Codificador del banco de datos Corpus del español del siglo XXI (CORPES) de la Real Academia Española (RAE) a través del equipo de la Universitat de València (desde 2011)

Colaborador en la redacción del Diccionario histórico de la lengua española (DHLE) de la Real Academia Española (RAE) (desde 2022)

Colaborador en la digitalización del Diccionario del español actual (DEA) de Seco, Andrés y Ramos (desde 2023)

Colaborador del proyecto de I+D+i PID2020-117659GB-100 Tesoro Lexicográfico del Español en América (TLEAM) del Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (2021)

Miembro del comité editorial de Phrasis. Rivista di studi fraseologici e paremiologici de la Associazione Italiana di Fraseologia e Paremiologia Phrasis (desde 2016) y FRASEOLEX (Revista Internacional de Fraseología y Lexicología) (desde 2022)

Comité evaluador de las revistas Sintagma, Revista de Lingüística, RILEX. Revista sobre investigaciones léxicas, Foro de Profesores de E/LE, International Journal of Language and LinguisticsNormas. Revista de Estudios Lingüísticos Hispánicos, Revista de Lenguas para fines específicos, Estudios Filológicos (Universidad Austral de Chile) y Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics

Coordinador del equipo de español de la revista Euroamerican Journal of Applied Linguistics and Languages, Texas A&M University-Commerce, EE. UU. (2014-2018)

ALBELDA MARCO, MARTA

ALBELDA MARCO, MARTA

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Coordinador/a de Programa de Doctorat

Departamento de Filología Española Despacho 27 Universitat de València Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 32 Valencia, 46010

(9638) 64692

marta.albelda@uv.es

Biography
 

Marta Albelda Marco is an Associate Professor at the University of Valencia (Spain). She is a member of Val.Es.Co. Researching Group (Valencia Español Coloquial), devoted to the study of Spoken Colloquial Spanish. She co-leads the project “Pragmatics attenuation and its genre variation: written and oral discursive genres in European an Latin American Spanish” (www.esvaratenuacion.es). Among her interests are the analysis of oral and colloquial language, the pragmatic communication, corpus linguistics, evidentiality and the pragmatic categories of attenuation and intensification. Her publications may be consulted at the following web address www.esvaratenuacion.es. and www.uv.academia.edu/MartaAlbelda.

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BADIA HERRERA, JOSEFA

BADIA HERRERA, JOSEFA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Director/a Titulacio Master Oficial

Departament de Filologia Espanyola Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació Avinguda Blasco Ibáñez, 32 46010 - Valencia Despatx n. 11

(9639) 83044

josefa.badia@uv.es

Biography
 

After graduating in Hispanic Philology at Universitat de València, I received my PhD in Spanish Philology at the same center in 2008. The excellence of the academic training received earned me the obtaining the Extraordinary Prize for Bachelor and the Extraordinary Prize for Doctorate. I received a Collaboration Scholarship and a FPU Research Scholarship in 2001-02 and 2002-2006, respectively. At the present, I am Associate Professor at the Universitat de València. The quality of my research has been recognized with two sexenios from the Spanish CNEAI agency (covering the period of 2006-2018). Moreover, the teaching experience carried out has enabled me to obtain “Excellent” in two periods evaluated according to the DOCENTIA program appraisal.

The main line of my research studies has been the Spanish classical theater, which I have approached from four complementary perspectives:

1. Studying handwritten transmission of classical theatrical texts, the theatrical genres and the metric in the Spanish Golden Age dramaturgy. My monograph on the theatrical collection of the Count of Gondomar (Iberoamericana, 2014) addressed, for the first time, in a comprehensive way the study of a set of 36 profane manuscript comedies, essential to historicize the formative stage of the Comedia Nueva. The results of the research are a relevant contribution to the panoramic understanding of the dramatic production of the period 1580-1590 and have become a reference for the numerous subsequent works performed by other researchers.

2. Critical edition of classical theatrical heritage. I have edited dramatical texts from Lope de Vega, Mira de Amescua, María de Zayas or Juan Pérez de Montalbán, published in the prestigious Gredos or Reichenberger.

3. Digital Humanities applied to Spanish classical theatre. In this sense, I specifically highlight the line of research on distant readings and visualization as an opportunity for data mining on the early modernity performance practice. I have addressed this investigation line in my recent publications.

4. Research about didactics heritage and digital approaches, which has materialized in transference activities within and outside the classroom. I have participated in four teaching innovation projects and I have directed two teaching innovation research projects elected for funding at public competitive calls.

From the beginning of my career, I am member of scientific team in several research projects with public funding, among them CATCOM/DICAT (PI Teresa Ferrer Valls) and TC/12 macroproject (Coord. Joan Oleza), Consolider program.

I have extensive experience in organizing congresses (more than five are international) and I regularly participate as a reviewer of articles in relevant national and international journals. Between 2016 and 2021, I directed Diablotexto Digital scientific journal and I am currently co-director of the DTD_iLAB Social Innovation Laboratory.

I have participated as a member of the evaluating committee of more than ten doctoral thesis and I co-direct a doctoral thesis by PhD Bernardita Domange (2022).

During the last years, I have assumed university management tasks, of progressive responsibility, carrying out the positions, among which are: Secretary of the Department of Spanish Philology from 2016 to 2019; member of Coordinator’s Team of the Degree in Hispanic Studies from 2014 to October 2016 and from 2019 to 2022. From 2022, I am Director of the Master's in Advanced Hispanic Studies.

BAUTISTA BONED, LUIS

BAUTISTA BONED, LUIS

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Coordinador/a Curs

(9638) 64945

luis.bautista@uv.es

BRIZ GOMEZ, EMILIO ANTONIO

BRIZ GOMEZ, EMILIO ANTONIO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat

emilio.a.briz@uv.es

(9638) 64076

emilio.a.briz@uv.es

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CABEDO NEBOT, ADRIAN

CABEDO NEBOT, ADRIAN

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació, Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 32. 46010 VALENCIA Despecho nº. 25, tercera planta.

64884

adrian.cabedo@uv.es

CANDEL VILA, MARIA CONSUELO

CANDEL VILA, MARIA CONSUELO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Cap de Seccio-Servei
Cap d'Iniciatives Responsable de l'Aula de Poesia
DURA CELMA, ROSA MARIA

DURA CELMA, ROSA MARIA

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
ESTELLES ARGUEDAS, MARIA

ESTELLES ARGUEDAS, MARIA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació. Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 32. 46010 VALENCIA Despecho nº. 25

(9638) 64884

maria.estelles@uv.es

FERNANDEZ RODRIGUEZ, DANIEL

FERNANDEZ RODRIGUEZ, DANIEL

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A

Universitat de València Departamento de Filología Española Facultad de Filología, Traducción y Comunicación Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 32 46010 Valencia

(9638) 64945

daniel.fernandez-rodriguez@uv.es

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FERRER VALLS, M.TERESA

FERRER VALLS, M.TERESA

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Director/a de Servei General

Facultad de Filología, Traducción y Comunicación Avenida Blasco Ibáñez, 32 46010 Valencia

51242

m.teresa.ferrer@uv.es

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GIMENEZ FOLQUES, DAVID

GIMENEZ FOLQUES, DAVID

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

Despacho n.º 26 del Departamento de Filología Española

(9638) 64929

david.gimenez-folques@uv.es

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GIRONA FIBLA, NURIA

GIRONA FIBLA, NURIA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Facultad de Filología, Traducción y Comunicación Departamento de Filología Española Av.Blasco Ibáñez 32 46010Valencia

(9638) 64304

nuria.girona@uv.es

Biography
 

Profesora titular del Departamento de Filología Española, de la Universitat de València. Sus investigaciones se centran en el ámbito de la literatura latinoamericana, los Estudios Culturales y los Estudios de Género.

GONZALEZ GARCIA, VIRGINIA

GONZALEZ GARCIA, VIRGINIA

PDI-Prof. Permanent Laboral Ppl
Responsables de Gestio Academica
Coordinador/a Titulacio de Grau
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HARO CORTES, MARTA

HARO CORTES, MARTA

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Director/a de Departament

Despacho nº 9 (tercer piso) Departamento de Filología Española Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació Apartado 22097 Avd. Blasco Ibáñez, 32 46010 Valencia

(9638) 64944

marta.haro@uv.es

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HIDALGO NAVARRO, ANTONIO

HIDALGO NAVARRO, ANTONIO

PDI-Catedratic/a d'Universitat
Secretari/a de Departament

Dpto de Filología Española Despacho nº 28 Facultad de Filología, Traducción y Comunicación

(9638) 64943

antonio.hidalgo@uv.es

Biography
 

I am a Professor of Spanish Language in the Department of Spanish Philology at the University of Valencia. I earned my PhD in Hispanic Philology in 1996 and was awarded the Extraordinary Doctorate Prize in 1997. My research activities have primarily focused on the study of colloquial language use, and I am a founding member of the Val.Es.Co. research group (Valencia, Colloquial Spanish). I have dedicated a significant portion of my work to the analysis of intonation functions in spoken language. In this area, I have published notable works such as 'La Entonación coloquial. Función Demarcativa y Unidades de Habla' (1997, Universitat de València), 'Comentario Fónico de Textos coloquiales' (2002, Arco-Libros), 'Aspectos de la entonación española: viejos y nuevos enfoques' (2006, Arco Libros), 'El estudio de la prosodia en España en el S. XXI: perspectivas y ámbitos' (ed.) (2011, Universitat de València), 'La enseñanza de la entonación en el aula de E/LE' (2012, Arco Libros) in collaboration with Adrián Cabedo, 'La voz del lenguaje: fonética y fonología del español' (2012, Tirant Humanidades) in collaboration with Mercedes Quilis, or 'Sistema y uso de la entonación en español hablado: aproximación interactivo-funcional' (University Alberto Hurtado, 2019).

I have also published numerous scientific articles related to my research areas in prestigious national and international journals such as Oralia, Verba, Moenia, Journal of Politeness Research, Faits de Langues, Lingüística Española Actual, Español Actual, Boletín de Filología de la Universidad de Chile, Revista de Lingüística Teórica y Aplicada, Revista de Llengua i Dret, Estudios Filológicos, Quaderns de Filologia: Estudis Lingüístics, Anuari de Filologia: Estudis Lingüístics, Pragmática sociocultural, Cauce, etc.

I have served as the Principal Investigator (IP) for the Fonocortesía research project (Ministry of Science and Innovation: 2010-2013), and I have participated or currently participate in the following research projects:

  • Urban Sociolinguistics in the City of Valencia ('Aids for Infrastructure Equipment') funded by the Conselleria d’Educació i Ciència of the Generalitat Valenciana (from May 1993 to 1994, inclusive). Principal Investigator: Antonio Briz Gómez. University of Valencia.

  • Colloquial Spanish Spoken in the City of Valencia, funded by the University of Valencia (from October 1993 to 1995, inclusive). Principal Investigator: Antonio Briz Gómez. University of Valencia.

  • Sociolinguistics of Speech in Valencia and its Metropolitan Area, funded by the Conselleria de Cultura, Educació i Ciència of the Generalitat Valenciana (from January 1996 to December 1998, inclusive). Principal Investigator: Antonio Briz Gómez. University of Valencia.

  • Dictionary of Discourse Particles in Spanish, funded by the Ministry of Science and Technology (2001-2003). Principal Investigator: Antonio Briz Gómez. University of Valencia.

  • New Contributions to the Dictionary of Discourse Particles in Spanish, funded by the Ministry of Education and Culture (2005-2007). Principal Investigator: Antonio Briz Gómez. University of Valencia.

  • Transcription and digitization of the Val.Es.Co. corpus (Valencia, Colloquial Spanish). Funded by the Generalitat Valenciana (2007-2008). Principal Investigator: Salvador Pons Bordería. University of Valencia.

  • Modernization of Legal Language Project, commission for the study of Oral Language in judicial settings, led by Dr. Antonio Briz Gómez (2009-2011).

  • Melodic Analysis of Speech and Didactic Models Project. Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (2014-2017). Principal Investigators: Fco. José Cantero Serena and Dolors Font Rotchés. University of Barcelona.

  • Pragmatic Attenuation in Spoken Spanish: its diaphasic and diatopic variation (2014-2016). Principal Investigator: Marta Albelda Marco. University of Valencia.

  • Discursive Units for a Systematic Description of Discourse Markers in Spanish (2017-2020). Principal Investigator: Salvador Pons Bordería. University of Valencia.

  • EHSEEFONOEMOCIÓN Research Project / FFI2017-88310-P/MINECO (2018-2020). Principal Investigator: X. Padilla García, University of Alicante.

  • Prometeo Research Project, Generalitat Valenciana: Towards the Diachronic Characterization of the 20th Century (DIA20). CIPROM/2021/038. Principal Investigator: Salvador Pons Bordería, University of Valencia.

My research contributions have led to the creation of the linguistics services company, Tecnolingüística S.L., which emerged as a spin-off under the auspices of the University of Valencia

I have visited various Spanish and foreign universities as a guest professor within the framework of various university faculty mobility programs or by specific invitation. These universities include Ghent University, the University of the Friendship of Peoples (URAP) in Moscow, Stockholm University, Trier University (Germany), Barranquilla University (Colombia), Concepción University (Chile), the University of Alicante, the University of Seville, Complutense University of Madrid, the University of Gandia's Summer University (Valencia), the International Menéndez Pelayo University in Santander, Heidelberg University (Germany), the University of Navarra, Jaume I University in Castellón, the University of Extremadura, the University of La Coruña, the Autonomous University of Madrid, the Autonomous University of Barcelona, the University of Salamanca, etc. I have also given lectures within various public and private institutions, universities, and diverse organizations such as the Belgo-Iberoamerican Association in Antwerp, Belgium, the University of Valencia, the URAP (University of the Friendship of Peoples) in Moscow, the University of San José in Costa Rica, the Menéndez Pidal University Institute at the Complutense University of Madrid, Heidelberg University (Germany), the University of Castellón, the Provincial Hogeshool voor Vertalers en Tolken in Ghent, the University of La Coruña, the Duques de Soria Foundation, the Autonomous University of Barcelona, the University of Extremadura, the Fernando el Católico Institution of the Zaragoza Provincial Council, etc.

Since joining the University of Valencia in 1993, I have complemented my teaching and research work with various management activities: member of university faculty hiring committees at various times, Director of the Master's in Hispanic Studies at the University of Valencia (2006/2007 academic year), Secretary of the Department of Spanish Philology at the University of Valencia (from October 2007 to November 2010), Coordinator and President of the Degree in Hispanic Studies at the University of Valencia (from November 2010 to November 2013), Director of the Department of Spanish Philology (from November 2013 to November 2016 and from September 2019 to September 2022), and currently, I am the Secretary of the Department of Spanish Philology at the University of Valencia.

I have carried out evaluation tasks for various national and international journals and publishers, including A.I.Gr.E. (Asociación Internacional de Gramática de la Enunciación), Acta Lingüística Academica, Anuari de Filologia de la Universitat de Barcelona, Anuario de Letras. Lingüística y Filología, Cuadernos AISPI de la Associazione Ispanisti Italiani; Cultura, Lenguaje y Representación. Dpto de Filología y Culturas Europeas. Universitat Jaume I; Estudios de Lingüística Aplicada; Estudios de Lingüística de la Universidad de Alicante, Estudios Filológicos de la Universidad de Valdivia, Folia Lingüística, Journal of Politeness Research, Lengua y migración, Lingüística Española Actual, Literatura y Lingüística. Universidad Católica Silva Henríquez, Loquens, Moenia, Nueva Revista del Pacífico. Universidad de Playa Ancha; Oralia, Philologia Hispaliensis, Programa EDICE, Quaderns de Filologia (Anejos), Revista de Filología de la Universidad de La Laguna, Revista de Lingüística Teórica y Aplicada (Chile), Revista SOPRAG, RILCE, RILI, Revista Española de Lingüística, Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá de Henares, Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alicante, Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Cádiz, Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Almería, Sintagma, Spanish in context, Speech Communication, Tópicos en Lingüística, UniverSOS, Verba...

In addition, I have participated in the organization of numerous R&D&I activities, including national and international conferences held at my university or other institutions, serving as Secretary or President in many of them.

KOTWICA -, DOROTA MARIA

KOTWICA -, DOROTA MARIA

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Biography
 

Dorota Kotwica is a lecturer at the University of Valencia. She is part of the Val.Es.Co. research group and participates in the ESPRINT research project.

Her main lines of research are pragmatics, discourse analysis, the categories of mitigation, intensification and evidentiality, and Spanish as a foreign language. Her publications can be consulted at https://uv.academia.edu/DorotaKotwica.

LLOPIS CARDONA, ANA BELEN

LLOPIS CARDONA, ANA BELEN

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Director/a Titulacio Master Oficial

Facultat de Filologia, Comunicació i Traducció Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 25, 3.ª planta, despacho n.º 13 Valencia 46010

(9638) 64075

ana.b.llopis@uv.es

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LLUCH PRATS, JAVIER

LLUCH PRATS, JAVIER

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Universitat de València Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació Departamento de Filología Española Despacho n.º 4 Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 32 46010 Valencia

(9638) 64253

javier.lluch-prats@uv.es

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MARTINEZ GARCIA, MIGUEL ANGEL

MARTINEZ GARCIA, MIGUEL ANGEL

PDI-Associat/Da Universitari/A
MARTINEZ RUBIO, JOSE

MARTINEZ RUBIO, JOSE

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Cap de Seccio-Servei
Cap d'Iniciatives de Unisocietat

Dpto. Filología Española Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació Universitat de València Av. Blasco Ibáñez, 32. 46010, Valencia, España.

83055

jose.martinez-rubio@uv.es

Biography
 

José Martínez Rubio es Profesor Titular en el Departamento de Literatura Española en la Universitat de València. Con anterioridad, desarrolló su actividad docente e investigadora en la Università degli Studi di Bologna (2013-2016) y la Universitat Jaume I (2017-2020).

Su campo de especialización es la novela española y latinoamericana entre los siglos XX y XXI en el ámbito de la memoria histórica. Se ha ocupado en particular de las formas de representación de la memoria (no ficción, docuficción, autoficción, géneros híbridos y discurso periodístico y político) en la novela española e hispanoamericana, los debates intergeneracionales sobre el pasado traumático en el siglo XX y XXI, los procesos de descolonización en África y su representación literaria, la literatura queer en la literatura española a lo largo del siglo XX.

Es autor de los libros:

Además, ha publicado más de treinta trabajos en revistas internacionales o libros colectivos, como se puede consultar más abajo,

Como escritor publicó en 2019 su primera novela Mujeres blancas (Ediciones Contrabando)En el ámbito del periodismo ha publicado artículos sobre política y cultura en el diario El País, Levante EMV y Valencia Plaza.

A lo largo de estos años y en las distintas universidades en las que ha desarrollado su labor docente e investigadora, ha desempeñado tareas de Investigación I + D + i en los siguientes grupos de investigación:

MONTAÑEZ MESAS, MARTA PILAR

MONTAÑEZ MESAS, MARTA PILAR

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Coordinador/a Curs

Marta Pilar Montañez Mesas Departamento de Filología Española 3er piso. Despacho 22 96 3983308 Marta.Montanez@uv.es

83308

marta.montanez@uv.es

Biography
 

Marta Pilar Montañez Mesas has a PhD in Hispanic Philology from the University of Valencia, with the thesis Conversational Discursive Markers and Final Position. Towards a discursive characterization of their functions in speech units, directed by D. Antonio Briz Gómez, who received the Extraordinary Doctorate Award.

 

Currently, she is a Doctoral Assistant Professor in the Department of Spanish Philology at the University of Valencia. Previously, she has combined her teaching and research work at the UV as an associate professor with the teaching of Spanish Language and Literature in Secondary and High School Education, where she is Career Officer (Valencian Government, since 2016, now on leave).

 

In his research career, he has been part of several Research Projects:

-Nuevas aportaciones al Diccionario de partículas del español, directed by D. Antonio Briz Gómez, for whom he was a Predoctoral Research Fellow (with a "V Segles" grant and the FPU of the MEC in TC, 2006-2009.

- Estudio etnolingüístico y lexicográfico de la cultura del cuerpo en la sociedad actual, (BFF2003-01374), directed by J. A. Díaz Rojo, of the CSIC (Instituto de Historia de la Ciencia y Documentación “López Piñero”, Departamento de Historia de la Medicina, Facultad de Medicina y Odontología, Universitat de València), from which he was an Initiation Research Fellow (CSIC) at TC, 2005.

- Transcripción y digitalización del corpus Val.Es.Co. (GV2007-160), financed by the Conselleria d’Indústria, in charge of D. Salvador Pons Bordería, 2007.

- Fonocortesía: el componente fónico en la expresión de la cortesía y descortesía verbales en español coloquial, from the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (Ref. FFI12009-07034), directed by Dr. D. Antonio Hidalgo Navarro, 2009.

- Proyecto de Modernización del lenguaje jurídico (grupo de control: Valencia), directed jointly by the RAE, the Ministry of Justice and the University of Valencia, 2010.

- Currently, Aportaciones para una caracterización diacrónica del siglo XX (Ref. PID2021-125222NB-I00), from the Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación, 2022, directed by D. Salvador Pons Bordería.

Since 2005 he has been a member of the Val.Es.Co research group. from the University of Valencia, dedicated to the study of the colloquial register, the diaphasic varieties of Spanish and orality. His lines of research are discourse analysis, especially discourse markers and discursive position, oral genres and colloquial syntax.

 

She is the author of several research articles and reviews related to her main research, but she also has numerous publications on Spanish as a foreign language and non-sexist language and communication.

MONZO RIBES, CLARA

MONZO RIBES, CLARA

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
PERIS BLANES, JAUME

PERIS BLANES, JAUME

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

(9639) 83251

jaume.peris@uv.es

Biography
 

Professor of Latin American Literature and Culture at the University of Valencia, in the Department of Spanish Philology. He was previously a professor for two years at the Université d'Antananarivo (Madagascar).

His main field of research has been the forms and representations of political violence in Latin America and Spain, as well as the construction of social and cultural memory in post-dictatorial societies. He has dedicated several studies to testimonial literature and to contemporary memory cultures. He has published the books La imposible voz. Memoria y representación de los campos de concentración en Chile (2005, Cuarto Propio) e Historia del testimonio chileno. De las estrategias de denuncia a las políticas de memoria (2008, Quaderns de Filologia). He has also studied the relationship between literature and the revolutionary imaginaries in Latin America in the sixties and seventies, from which different publications about the work of Julio Cortázar have emerged, focused on the crossroads between aesthetic autonomy and political revolution. He is currently investigating the relationship between culture and political imagination in Latin America and Spain, with special attention to the dystopian imagination and its relationship with contemporary critical cultures. He has coordinated the collective book Cultura e imaginación política (2018, Rilma2/ADELH).

He is the director of Kamchatka. Revista de análisis cultural, edited by the Department of Spanish Philology of the Universitat de València. In that journal he has published a special issue on "Avatares del testimonio en América Latina: tensiones, contradicciones, relecturas", a dossier on "Creación colectiva, sinautoría y cooperativismo en la cultura contemporánea" and a mongraphic issue "La vía cultural al socialismo. Políticas de la cultura en el Chile de la Unidad Popular", with Loreto López. He has also coordinated the volume "Ficciones inmunitarias. Relatos culturales del contagio y la amenaza" in Papeles del CEIC. International Journal On Collective Identity Research. 

 

PERIS LLORCA, JESUS

PERIS LLORCA, JESUS

PDI-Prof. Permanent Laboral Ppl
Especialista Pau

Facultat de Filologia Departament de Filologia Espanyola 3ª planta Despatx 1

(9639) 83292

jesus.peris@uv.es

Biography
 

He was born in Paterna (L'Horta Nord). Son of Jesus and Josefa. Father of Martí and Rosa. He lives in Sollana, in La Ribera Baixa with one foot in the Barrio del Carmen in the city of Valencia.

Professor of contemporary Spanish and Latin American theater and Latin American literature.

Over the years his research has been devoted primarily to popular and mass literature. It began with Argentina and the configuration of its national imaginary. He continued with the Valencian Country and the role of literature in shaping its problematic identity. He has written and thought about mass literature and new authorial figures. Also about fallas, and he has even burned some of them. He now teaches and researches on contemporary Spanish and Valencian theater.

These are some of his most outstanding publications:

-La construcción de un imaginario nacional. Don Segundo Sombra y la tradición gauchesca, València, Tirant lo Blanch Llibres, 1997.

-Gauchos en el mundo del ochenta. Leyendo a Eduardo Gutiérrez y Eugenio Cambaceres, , València, Anejos de Quaderns de Filologia, 2003.

-"Corrientes circulares: La experiencia del tiempo en las canciones de Los Planetas", Verba Hispanica, 2-XX, 2012, pp. 229-242.

-"Populismo y literatura popular. Sobre la función de las fallas de Valencia en la extensión del blaverismo", Pasajes de Pensamiento contemporáneo, 46, 2015, pp. 42-61

-"El rock independiente español y las prácticas poéticas contemporáneas: estrategias autoriales en la cultura de masas", Confluencias, 32-1, 2016, pp. 141-158.

-"La república de las fallas: La revista Pensat i Fet en los años de la Segunda República Española", Cultura de la República. Revista de Análisis Crítico, 1,1, 2017, pp. 82-94.

-"La ciudad iluminada. Valencia en los textos de Max Aub", Debats, 132, 2, 2018, pp. 31-42.

-"Josep-Vicent Marqués: el narrador que sí que sabia contar rondalles", en Pedro Garcia Pilán (ed.): Tots els colors de Josep-Vicent Marqués, València, Institució Alfons el Magnànim, 2018, pp. 157-190.

-"Las letras del rock independiente español: huecos en la cultura de la transición", en Jaume Peris Blanes (eds.): Cultura e imaginación política, París, Rilma 2 y ADEHL, 2018, pp. 131-142.

-“Ocells de foc i espurna”: poesía amb foc i pirotècnia a la revista fallera Pensat i Fet (1912.1972)", en Eudald González /ed.) Els sons dels foc: la pirotècnia a les festes, Catarroja, Afers, 2019, pp. 69-86.

-“Acumulaciones primitivas de capital. La narrativa de Rafael Chirbes como genealogía del presente”, en Javier Lluch Prats (ed.), El universo de Rafael Chirbes. Barcelona, Anagrama, 2021, pp. 477-493. 

-“De genealogías y olvidos: la memoria de la militancia de los padres en Patricio Pron y Alia Trabucco ”, en Albrecht Buschmann y Luz C. Souto (eds.), Decir desparecido(s) II. Análisis transculturales de la desaparición forzada. Munster: Lit. Verlag, 2021, pp. 189-201.

“Festive literature in Catalan as a space of cultural resistance: The Valencian magazine Pensat i Fet (1912‐72) during the Spanish post-war period”, International Journal of Iberian Studies, vol. 34, n.º 2, 2021, pp. 113-132.

QUILIS MERIN, MERCEDES

QUILIS MERIN, MERCEDES

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Vicedega/Vicedegana / Vicedirector/a Ets
Vicedirector/a Escola de Doctorat

(9639) 83269

mercedes.quilis@uv.es

Biography
 

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RICOS VIDAL, AMPARO

RICOS VIDAL, AMPARO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Departamento de Filología Española Facultat de Filologia, Traducció i Comunicació Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 32. 46010 València

(9638) 64691

amparo.ricos@uv.es

Biography
 

Senior Lecturer at the Department of Spanish Philology of the Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication at the University of Valencia. She holds a BA in Hispanic Philology (UV), a BA in Anglo-Germanic Philology (UV), a BA in Portuguese Philology (UB; BA extraordinary award) and a PhD in Hispanic Philology.

As a lecturer in the areas of Portuguese Philology and Spanish Language, she has taught subjects related to historical grammar, textual analysis and the correct usage of Spanish. At present, she teaches Spanish as a foreign language, both at BA and MA levels.

She is a member of the UV Research Group HISLEDIA (History and Historiography of the Spanish Language in its Diachrony) and has participated in several state-funded projects. Her main lines of research include contrastive diachronic studies of Spanish and other languages (Portuguese and Catalan): historical pragmatics and syntax, historical phraseology, phonetics and phonology. She currently takes part in the HISLECDIAC Research Project (History and historiography of the Castilian language in its contrastive diachrony) financed by the State Program for the Promotion of Scientific and Technical Research of Excellence of the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness (Sub-programme for knowledge generation), REF. FFI2017-83688-P, directed by professors Mª Teresa Echenique and M.ª José Martínez.

Her most recent publications include: "Para la historia románica de cabo: Combinaciones locucionales en el período postalfonsí”, in Cómo se hacen las unidades fraseológicas: continuidad y renovación en la diacronía del espacio castellano (2018, Peter Lang); “La expresión de la causa a través de las combinaciones locucionales prepositivas medievales en las crónicas alfonsíes y en sus traducciones al gallego y al portugués” (co-authored with Adela García Valle), in La fraseología a través de la historia de la lengua española y su historiografía (2017, Tirant lo Blanch); “El origen de algunas locuciones prepositivas en gallego y portugués. Análisis de las crónicas medievales”, in Fraseología española: diacronía y codificación. (2016, Madrid, CSIC); “De injurias y blasfemias: insultos y otros actos descorteses en los procesos inquisitoriales de los siglos XVI y XVII”, in Los poderes de la palabra. El improperio en la cultura hispánica del Siglo de Oro (2013, Peter Lang); “Contraste con otras modalidades hispánicas: castellano y portugués en el siglo XVI”, in Historia de la pronunciación de la lengua castellana (2013, Peter Lang).

She combines teaching and research with academic management at the Faculty of Philology, Translation and Communication. She has served as Vice-Dean for Academic Organisation and Quality from 2012 to 2018, and since March 2018 she is the Dean of the Faculty. She has co-directed the MA Programme in Research in Languages and Literatures from 2014 to 2018. She has been an elected member of the Faculty Board since 2012 and of the UV Governing Council since 2013.

RODRIGO MANCHO, RICARDO

RODRIGO MANCHO, RICARDO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a de Mobilitat
Biography
 

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SANMARTIN SAEZ, JULIA

SANMARTIN SAEZ, JULIA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 32 (Valencia 46010) Despacho 023

(9638) 64946

julia.sanmartin@uv.es

Biography
 

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SOUTO LARIOS, LUZ CELESTINA

SOUTO LARIOS, LUZ CELESTINA

PDI-Titular d'Universitat
Coordinador/a Curs

Departamento de Filología Española Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 32. 3º Planta. 46010 Valencia

(9639) 83290

luz.souto@uv.es

Biography
 

LUZ C. SOUTO holds Bachelor of Arts degrees in Spanish and Education from the University of Buenos Aires. In 2015 she earned her doctorate in Spanish from the University of Valencia, where she currently acts as Associate Professor at the Spanish Philology department and coordinates the Teaching Unit of Spanish Literature.

She is Principal Investigator of the Emerging Research project "Memory Novels LAB: Laboratorio Digital de Novelas sobre Memoria Histórica Española" (GV/2021/183), subsidized by the Generalitat Valenciana.

She has completed three postdoctoral research stays at the Universities of Sao Paulo (Brazil, 2017), Havana (Cuba, 2016), and Mar del Plata (Argentina, 2015), and a graduate stay at National University of La Plata (Argentina, 2014).

Her research primarily concerns historical memory in Spain and Argentina, although her interests extend to modern and contemporary Peninsular and Latin American literatures and cultures, Digital Humanities, and Spanish Golden Age theater. Regarding her main area of interest, she has authored Memorias de la orfandad. Miradas literarias sobre la expropiación/apropiación de menores en España y Argentina (Iberoamericana-Vervuert, 2019), and co-edited two volumes with Albrecht Buschmann: Decir desaparecido(s). Formas e ideologías de la narración de la ausencia forzada (Lit Verlag, 2019) and Decir desaparecido(s) II: análisis transculturales de la desaparición forzada (Lit Verlag, 2021).

She has also co-authored books on literary and linguistic analysis: Comentario de Textos Hispánicos: Análisis del comentario literario (Tirant Lo Blanch, 2017), with David Giménez Folqués, and Comentario de Textos Hispánicos: Análisis del comentario lingüístico (Tirant Lo Blanch, 2017), with David Giménez Folqués and Amparo Ricós. She has prepared 20 digital editions of Lope de Vega’s comedies for Artelope Digital Library, which she additionally coordinates. In addition to that, she has published more than forty articles and book chapters on a variety of topics in peer-reviewed journals and books edited in Europe, North America, and Latin-America.

Souto has carried out research and management tasks in four research projects lead by Professor Joan Oleza: Prometeo 2016/133 "Max Aub y las confrontaciones de la memoria histórica", Consolider TC/12. "Patrimonio Teatral Clásico Español: Textos e instrumentos de investigación" (CSD2009-00033), "Artelope. Base de datos y argumentos del teatro de Lope de Vega" (FFI 2009-12730 (2010-2012), FFI 2012-34347 (2013-2016)), and the Micro-cluster "Cultura y Sociedad en la era digital" of the VLC Campus. In 2015 she also joined the project "Diálogos transatlánticos: España y Argentina Campo editorial, literatura, cultura, memoria", based in UNLP and lead by Professor Raquel Macciucci.

Souto has coordinated four conferences in Valencia, Berlin, and La Plata, and helped organizing twelve more in Spain and Argentina.

She has coordinated the International Congress Memorias Periféricas de la Guerra Civil y el franquismo: Literaturas, culturas, ideologías (2022).

She presently serves on the editorial and advisory boards of Diablotexto Digital Digital Literary  and Papeles Críticos, and regularly collaborates with arbitrations for national and international peer-reviewed journals and books.

VICENTE LLAVATA, SANTIAGO

VICENTE LLAVATA, SANTIAGO

PDI-Titular d'Universitat

Avda. Blasco Ibáñez, 32 (Valencia 46010) Despacho 012 Teléfono: (9616)28919

28919

santiago.vicente@uv.es

Biography
 

Santiago Vicente Llavata is Associate Professor at the Department of Spanish Philology at the University of Valencia. He holds a degree in Hispanic Philology and Catalan Philology from the Universitat de València, and a PhD in Hispanic Philology (2010) from the same University with the thesis Estudio histórico de la fraseología en la obra literaria de don Íñigo López de Mendoza, directed by Dr. M.ª Teresa Echenique Elizondo. He was awarded in three consecutive internships (2004, 2005 and 2006) a lexicography, terminology and toponomastics scholarship at the Acadèmia Valenciana de la Llengua. Apart from this philological training, he has specialized in the field of language and literature teaching with the completion of a Master's Degree in Language and Literature Didactics Research at the University of Barcelona.

Prior to his current professional activity, he entered by competitive examination in 2007 (career civil servant [BOE 10.11.2008]) to the Corps of Teachers of Secondary Education and Baccalaureate in the specialty of Spanish Language and Literature, and deployed his teaching activity in different schools in Mallorca and Valencia. Simultaneously to his work in secondary education, he worked as an part-time professor in the Department of Spanish, Modern and Latin Philology at the Universitat de les Illes Balears (2010-2011), as well as in the departments of Spanish Philology (2011-2012, 2012-2013, 2016-2017 and 2017-2018) and Didactics of Language and Literature (2014-2015 and 2015-2016) at the Universitat de València. From the 2019-2020 academic year, he is involved in a teaching innovation group of interdisciplinary nature Expanding diversities through GRUPal, developed at the Universitat de València.

He is part of the research group UV HISLEDIA (Historia e historiografía de la lengua española en su diacronía [GIUV2013-080]), directed since its foundation by Dr. M.ª Teresa Echenique Elizondo and, currently, directed by Dr. María José Martínez Alcalde, in whose framework he has participated in different competitive research projects (see, below, the section referring to projects). One of the most relevant scientific results of the HISLEDIA group is the elaboration of the lexicographic work DHISFRAES. Diccionario histórico-fraseológico del español. Tarea lexicográfica del siglo XXI. Combinaciones de carácter locucional prepositivo y adverbial. MUESTRA ARQUETÍPICA (Peter Lang, 2021). In the framework of this scientific group, he also participated in a multitude of congresses and academic forums at national and international level (Spain, Germany, France, Israel, Peru, Italy, Portugal, Austria, Switzerland, etc.), both by means of oral communications and invited conferences. He has also been a member of the Organizing Committee of different scientific initiatives (conferences and congresses) promoted by the HISLEDIA group, such as the recent XIII Congreso Internacional de la Sociedad Española de Historiografía Lingüística, held in Valencia in April 2022. He has completed teaching and research stays at the Hogeschool Van Utrecht (Holland, 2001), at the Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy, 2019) at the Alma Mater Studiorum - Università di Bologna (Italy, 2019), at the Universität Leipzig (Germany, 2023) and at the Instituto Politécnico do Porto (Portugal, 2024).

He is the sole author of the monograph Estudio de las locuciones en la obra literaria de don Íñigo López de Mendoza (marqués de Santillana). Hacia una fraseología histórica del español (Universitat de València, 2011), and co-author, together with Francisco P. Pla Colomer, of the book La materia de Troya en la Edad Media hispánica. Historia textual y codificación fraseológica (Iberoamericana/Vervuert, 2020). In addition, he participated as a writer in the preparation of the Diccionari de sinònims, antònims i idees afins (Edicions Bromera, 2007). His scientific production is completed with the publication of articles and reviews in different high impact journals (Revista de Filología Románica, Revista de Literatura Medieval, Vox Romanica, Nueva Revista de Filología Hispánica, Zeitschrift für Romanische Philologie, Verba: Anuario galego de Filoloxía, Romanische Forschungen, Círculo de Lingüística Aplicada a la Comunicación, Anuario de Estudios Filológicos or Revista de Filología de la Universidad de La Laguna, among others), as well as book chapters in publishers of excellence (Cilengua, CSIC, Tirant Lo Blanch, Peter Lang, Reichenberger, etc. ). He also maintains a regular activity as an external evaluator in different scientific journals from Spain, United States, Chile, Mexico, Costa Rica and Poland.

His main lines of research are:

  • The history of the Spanish language in contact with other peninsular languages and linguistic modalities (with a special incidence in the domains of Occitan, Catalan and Aragonese).
  • Historical phraseology and phraseography.
  • Historical paremiology and paremiography.
  • Historical lexicology and lexicography.
  • The integral philological study of the work of Don Íñigo López de Mendoza (Marquis of Santillana) within the broad framework of medieval Hispanic literature.

In terms of University management, he has been coordinator of the Spanish Language Teaching Unit, as well as coordinator of the first year of the Degree in Hispanic Studies: Spanish Language and its Literatures for three consecutive academic years (2019-2020, 2020-2021 and 2021-2022). He has been a specialist of the subject of Spanish: Language and Literature II for the EVAU exams during the academic year 2022-2023, and currently is responsible for the subject of Spanish for the University entrance exams for those over 25, 40 and 45 years old.

VILLALBA IBAÑEZ, CRISTINA

VILLALBA IBAÑEZ, CRISTINA

PDI-Ajudant Doctor/A
Coordinador/a de Mobilitat
Biography
 

Cristina Villalba Ibáñez has a degree in Hispanic Philology and a doctorate in Spanish Language from the University of Valencia. Her Ph. D. thesis, Actividades de imagen, atenuación e impersonalidad en los juicios orales (Facework, mitigation and impersonality in oral trials), was awarded the Extraordinary Doctorate Prize.

Currently, she works as an assistant professor at the University of Valencia, where she teaches undergraduate and master's courses within the Department of Spanish Philology. Previously, she has worked as an associate professor in the Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood and Primary Education at the Universitat Jaume I (UJI).

She has made research and teaching stays at the University of Boulder-Colorado (USA), Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (Germany) and Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz (Germany).

She is part of the Val.Es.Co. research group, dedicated to the study of oral language and the informal register. Within this framework, her lines of research focus on discourse analysis, the pragmatic categories of mitigation and reinforcement, and the teaching of Spanish as a foreign language.