Vicent Beltran

Ordinario
L-LIN/07 ( Lingua e traduzione - Lingua spagnola )
Scienze linguistiche letterarie e della traduzione 26007 ( LM-37 )
Studi greco-latini, italiani, scenico-musicali
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Mer 01 Mar 2017 Ven 31 Mar 2017

Martedì 7 de marzo ore 9.15-10.15

 

Mercoledì 22 marzo ore 9.15-10.15

 

 

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Vicente Beltrán Pepió è stato Professore Ordinario di Filologia romanza all’Universidad de Cádiz (1985-86), all’Università di Barcelona (1986-2008) e, dal 1 marzo 2008, è Professore Ordinario di Lingua Spagnola alla “Sapienza” di Roma. Ha pubblicato 32 libri e più di cento articoli in riviste specializzate. Spiccano da una parte le sue ricerche sulla composizione e struttura dei canzonieri sui quali ha pubblicato una trentina di saggi e due libri: El cançoner de Joan Berenguer de Masdovelles (2006) e Poesia, escriptura, societat: els camins de March (2006). Si è occupato di poesia spagnola del Quattrocento con libri come La canción de amor en el otoño de la Edad Media (1988), El estilo de la lírica cortés (1990), l‘edizione critica delle Coplas que hizo a la muerte de su padre di Jorge Manrique (1991), quella dell‘opera completa di questo autore (1997 e 2000), l’antologia Edad Media. Lírica y cancioneros (2002) e l‘edizione complessiva Poesía cortesana (siglo XV), Fundación Castro, Madrid 2009.

Tra i suoi lavori sui trovatori sono da segnalare i libri Canción de mujer, cantiga de amigo (1987), A cantiga de amor (1995), La Corte de Babel (2005), Poética, poesía y sociedad en la lírica medieval (2007) e, in collaborazione con Carlos Alvar, La poesía galaico-portuguesa (1985).

 

Nell‘ambito della poesia popolare antica ha pubblicato quattro antologie divulgative: La canción tradicional, Tarraco, 1976, La canción tradicional de la Edad de Oro, Planeta, 1990, Canción de mujer, cantiga de amigo, Barcelona, 1987, Ki s‘antraimment soweif dorment. 20 chansons de toile, Barcelona 1986, e uno studio d‘insieme, La poesía tradicional medieval y renacentista (2009).

 

Nell‘ambito della Lingua Spagnola ha pubblicato Para una historia del vocabulario poético español. De Mena al Renacimiento, A Coruña, Anejos de la Revista de Lexicografía, 2011 e «Lusismos del español: de la poética a la preceptiva literaria», in Da Roma all’Oceano. La lingua portoghese nel mondo. Atti del convegno “Da Roma all’Oceano” (Rome, 29-30 March 2007), edited by Giulia Lanciani, Roma, La Nuova Frontiera, 2008, pages 45-65

 

È direttore del progetto “Bibliografia de Textos Catalans Antics” e del progetto "Corpus des Troubadours" (Union Académique Internationale)


Inglese

Professor at the University of Cadiz during 1985-86, at Barcelona from 1986 to 2008 and today at the Università degli Studi "La Sapienza" of Rome, he has published about thirty books and over one hundred articles in professional journals (apart from the written entries for works such as Gran Enciclopedia de España, Dicionário da Literatura Medieval Galega e Portuguesa, Diccionario Biográfico de los Españoles, Enciclopedia de Cultura Hispánica –Washington-, Biblos), in which he has dealt with various topics and techniques of work in different Romance literatures.

His studies on the composition and structure of French, Italian, Provençal, Catalan and Spanish songbooks stand out; these studies have been published in journals and conferences in Spain, Italy, France, Germany, Austria, England and the United States. In relation to this subject he has published a book on El cançoner de Joan Berenguer de Masdovelles, and another on Catalan medieval songbooks, Poesia, escriptura, societat: Els Camins March (Barcelona, 2007).A book on Castilian cancionero poetry is in press in the "Centro de Estudios Cervantinos" of Alcalá de Henares (Madrid).

He has dealt repeatedly with Spanish cancionero poetry in works such as La canción de amor en el otoño de la Edad Media (1988), El estilo de la lírica cortés (1990), the critical edition of Jorge Manrique’s Coplas que hizo a la muerte de su padre (1991), with a study of its textual transmission and its reception; also he has published the Manrique’s complete works (in Biblioteca Clásica of Editorial Crítica, 1997) and another critical edition of the literary works by all the Manrique family, including Gómez Manrique (Fundación Castro, forthcoming in 2009) as well as numerous works on authors and problems of 15th century courtly poetry, with articles devoted to Santillana, Pero Vélez and Nicolás de Guevara, Juan Rodríguez del Padrón, Alonso Enríquez, Juan del Encina, Jorge Manrique, Lopo de Sousa and other authors (published in journals and tributes), which led to the edition of the monumental anthology Edad Media. Lírica y cancioneros, with the critical edition of two hundred and fifty texts (Páginas de Biblioteca Clásica, Editorial Crítica, Barcelona, 2002, 1100 pages, with a reprint in Editorial Visor, forthcoming in 2009).

Among his works on troubadours stand out his books Canción de mujer, cantiga de amigo (Barcelona 1987), A cantiga de amor (1995) and the anthology, in collaboration with Carlos Alvar, La poesía galaico-portuguesa (1985) and a long series of research works on Spanish poetic courts in the 13th century and the contacts established there between diverse troubadour schools (about thirty articles in international philological journals). Among them, his studies on Pero da Ponte, Gui d‘Ussel, Bonifaci Calvo, Cerverí de Girona, Pero Amigo de Sevilha, Raimon de Castelnou stand out, some of which were included in La corte de Babel (Madrid, Gredos, 2006). Other troubadour studies, some of them unpublished, were included in Poética, poesía y sociedad en la lírica medieval (Anejos de la Revista Verba, Instituto da Lingua Galega, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2007); he has in press the book La creación de una lengua poética: los trovadores entre oralidad y escritura in Edizioni dell‘Orso, Allessandria (forthcoming in 2009).

In the field of oral or popular old traditional poetry, he has published several anthologies and numerous articles on ecdotic topics and poetic interpretation of symbols, as well as on the forms and the sociological status of this poetry. In other works he deals with themes such as its integration into courtly literature (poetry and roman) and its relationship with the anthropological conceptions of the Middle Ages. Several works must be highlighted: «Poesía tradicional: Ecdótica e historia literaria» (Universidad de Sevilla, 1998), «El alba de Nuno Fernández Torneol» (Universidad del País Vasco, 2001), «El estribillo y la primera lírica del Medioevo» (Anuario Musical, CSIC, 2002), «Poesía popular antigua ¿cultura cortés?» (Romance Philology, 2002) and «Bel m‘es quan la rosa floris. Anthropologie poétique des saisons au plein Moyen Âge» (Medieval Studies, in press), and four popular anthologies: La canción tradicional (Tarraco, 1976), La canción tradicional de la Edad de Oro (Planeta, 1990), Canción de mujer, cantiga de amigo (Barcelona, 1987) and Ki s‘antraimment soweif dorment. 20 chansons de toile (Barcelona, 1986). A whole book on the subject, Poética y antropología de la Europa Antigua la lírica oral de la sociedad cortés is forthcoming in 2009 in Reichenberger, Kassel.

In La canción de amor en el otoño de la Edad Media (Barcelona, 1988), El estilo de la lírica cortés (Barcelona, 1990) he began to deal with the study of Spanish vocabulary in comprehensive sections devoted to the statistical analysis of vocabulary.

 

Among his works on Spanish Language, he has published «Lusismos del español: de la poética a la preceptiva literaria», in Da Roma all’Oceano. La lingua portoghese nel mondo. Atti del convegno “Da Roma all’Oceano” (Rome, 29-30 March 2007), edited by Giulia Lanciani, Roma, La Nuova Frontiera, 2008, pages 45-65 and Para una historia del vocabulario poético español. De Mena al Renacimiento, A Coruña, Anejos de la Revista de Lexicografía, 2011.

He is also co-director with professor Gemma Avenoza of the research project Bibliografia de Textos Catalans Antics, a great database bio-bibliography of the textual sources of medieval Catalan literature which has involved the study of the whole known documentary corpus in situ; in this scope, he has also promoted own and other people’s research that have allowed to locate lost or transferred collections, and to specify our knowledge of the documents well located, and to give of each of them a tighten codicological and philological description according to the most prestigious techniques of our time. For this task, a database management system created by Prof. Charles B. Faulhaber (University of California at Berkeley) has been used; it consists of separate bibliographies devoted to the study of early texts produced in the Iberian Peninsula (Bibliografía Española de Textos Antiguos, Bibliografia de Textos Antigos Galegos e Portugueses, Bibliografía de la Poesía Áurea, and Bibliografía de la Literatura Sánscrita). A work still in fieri,the Catalan section has been published twice on CD-ROM, Bibliografia de Textos Catalans Antics in Admyte 0 (Madrid, Micronet, 1994) and Bibliografia de Textos Catalans Antics (Berkeley, Bancroft Library, 1998) and it can be consulted on the Philobiblon internet site.

He has also worked on other topics quite far away from these fields, as Borges, Gonzalo de Berceo, Góngora and Quevedo, the development of the myth of Tristan and Iseut in the Romance literatures or anthropological interpretations of the landscape in the Middle Ages, and he has dealt with methodological problems, such as applications of statistics and codicology in literary studies and the methodology of text editing.

 
As a promoter of research, he has organized conferences of research groups and international associations (Société de Linguistique et de Philologie Romane, Asociación Hispánica de Literatura Medieval, Convivio), as well as numerous courses and symposia. Since 1987 he directs research groups recognized by the Spanish research institutions and leads or collaborates in numerous international projects, financed by the Spanish government or other governments (MIUR in Italy, Arts and Humanities Research Board in United Kingdom, University of California at Berkeley and Humanities Fund in USA).

He is an active member of the most prestigious scientific societies: Società Italiana di Filologia Romanza, Asociación Internacional de Hispanistas, Société Rencesvals, Asociación de Italianistas Españoles, Associació Internacional de Llengua y Literatura Catalanes and Catalan Society of America. He has been a member of the scientific committee of the Associação Brasileira de Estudos Medievais; he is director of publications and of the Boletín Bibliográfico of the Asociación Hispánica de Literatura Medieval since its creation and founding partner and president of the Asociación Convivio para el Estudio de los Cancioneros y de la Poesía de Cancionero. He is on the editorial boards of Ars Libri, Romance Philology, Incipit, Revista de Literatura Medieval, Revista de Poética Medieval and others, philological and cultural collections or journals.


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