About

My main areas of research are the history of Spanish and Catalan languages from a political, cultural, and ideological point of view. I focus on how language relates to issues such as identity, nation, and power in the past and in the present, especially in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period. I am interested in how cultural and intellectual history has had an influence on language ideology. Moreover, because of my political, cultural, and ideological approach to the history of language, I have also analyzed literary texts and have published on Medieval and Early Modern Catalan and Spanish Literature. My first book, Literatura o imperio: la construcción de las lenguas castellana y catalana en la España renacentista was published by Juan de la Cuesta—Hispanic Monographs in 2008. My second book, The Making of Catalan Linguistic Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Times, Palgrave Macmillan, will be published in February 2018: https://www.palgrave.com/la/book/9783319720791

I have also published in several journals including La Corónica, Neophilologus, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, Hispanic Research Journal, Hispanófila, Romanistisches Jahrbuch, Calíope, eHumanista and Crítica Hispánica.

Education

PhD. University of California, Berkeley, Hispanic Languages & Literatures. July 2005






M.A. University of Miami. Spanish Literature with Award of Academic Merit. May 2000

B.A. Universitat d’Alacant. English Language and Literature. June 1997.

            The Queen’s University of Belfast (Erasmus Scholarship) 1996-1997





            University of Ulster at Coleraine (Erasmus Scholarship) 1996

Certificat Oficial Administratiu de Coneixements de Valencià Grau Superior December 1994. Granted by the Generalitat Valenciana. Conselleria de Cultura i Educació.

Other Publications

Books:



La formación de la identidad lingüística catalana (siglos XIII-XVII). Madrid: Marcial Pons, 2019.

The Making of Catalan Linguistic Identity in Medieval and Early Modern Times. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

Literatura o imperio: la  construcción  de las lenguas castellana y catalana en la España renacentista. Estudios lingüísticos 9. Newark, Del.: Juan de la Cuesta, 2008.
 
            Journal articles:
–“Cataluña pide la entrada en la Francofonía: el retorno a la subagrupación románica del catalán y el proyecto político-lingüístico del Estado español.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 94.1 (2017): 1-18. Print. (Double-blind reviewed).
 
–“La obra de Bernardo de Aldrete en el contexto catalanohablante: imperialismo frente a nacionalismo lingüístico.” Hispanic Research Journal. Iberian and Latin American Studies 16. 3 (2015): 191-207. Print. (Double-blind reviewed).
–“Searching for Religious Certitude in El Monserrate: an Epic Attack on Mysticism.” Crítica Hispánica XXXV. 1 (2013): 83-104. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
 
–“La polifonía épica in El Monserrate: la voz del amor de Lixerea y Armeno.” Neophilologus 97. 1 (2013): 65-83. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
–“Bernat Desclot’s Response to Bernat d’Auriac’s sirventés: the Battle of Castellammare and the Rise of Catalan as a Royal Language.” La Corónica. A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages, Literatures & Cultures 39. 2 (2011). 145-62. (Double-blind reviewed)
–“Revisiting Early Modern Spain: the Manifiesto por una lengua común of 2008 and its Ideological Precedents.” eHumanista 17 (2011): 254-70. Web. (Double-blind reviewed)
 
“¿Compañera o rebelde? La lengua y el imperio según Bernardo de Aldrete.” Bulletin of Hispanic Studies 87. 1 (2010): 1-15. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
–“Neoplatonism, Averroism and Heidegger in Juan de Valdés’ Diálogo de la lengua.” Crítica Hispánica XXXII. 1 (2010): 65-83. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
 
–“Sevilla juzga a Garcilaso. La lengua castellana en manos andaluzas.” eHumanista 7 (2006): 147-171. Web. (Double-blind reviewed)
                       
“Lo sublime y la discontinuidad en Las Moradas de Santa Teresa.” Hispanófila 143 (2005): 19-32. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
 
            —“On the Political Linguistic Situation of Castilian and Catalan in 16th Century Spain: Nebrija’s Legacy in the Works of Juan de Valdés and Cristòfor Despuig.” Romanistisches Jahrbuch 55 (2004): 259-79. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
            “La transformación de Petrarca en el amor de Tegualda en La Araucana.” Calíope. Journal of the Society for Renaissance & Baroque Hispanic Poetry 10 (2004): 35-50. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
 “El rechazo del Neoplatonismo en Ausiàs March.” Neophilologus 88 (2004): 545-57. Print. (Double-blind reviewed)
 
 
Book articles:
           –“Antonio de Nebrija.” Antología de Textos Glotopolíticos. Ed. José del Valle.          (Forthcoming).



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— “Chronicle of Ramon Muntaner. English and Spanish Edition and Translation.” Open Iberia/America Teaching Anthology. Ed. David Wacks. (Forthcoming).
 
— “Los Col·loquis de la insigne ciutat de Tortosa de Cristòfol Despuig. Análisis glotopolítico.” Antología de Textos Glotopolíticos. Ed. José del Valle. (Forthcoming).
 
–“La clasificación de la lengua de Ausiàs March en la construcción glotopolítica del Imperio Español.” Actas del Tercer Congreso Latinoamericano de Glotopolítica. Ed. Elvira Narvaja de Arnoux, Lidia Becker, and José Del Valle. Berlin: Peter Lang, 2020. (Fortcoming).
 


–“Interpreting a Mediterranean Masculine Myth: The Castilian Body in El Monserrate.” Queering the Mediterranean. Ed. Peter Thompson, and Felipe Rojas. Leiden: Brill. (Accepted for publication). (Invited Chapter. Double-blind reviewed)
The Catalan Standard Language in the Mediterranean: Greece versus Sardinia in Muntaner’s Crònica.” In and Of the Mediterranean. Medieval and Early Modern Iberian Studies. Hispanic Issues 41. Ed. Michelle M. Hamilton and Núria Silleras-Fernández. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2015. 99-118. Print. (Invited Chapter. Double-blind reviewed)
 
–“The Ideology of Standardization in Early Modern Castile: the Unknown Oservaciones de la lengua castellana and the Attack on castellanos viejos.” Spanish and Portuguese Across Time, Place, and Borders. Essays in Honor of Milton M. Azevedo. New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2014. 125-44. (Invited Chapter. Double-blind reviewed)
 
–“Jorge de Montemayor traduce a Ausiàs March: la creación de un mito barroco.” Escribir y persistir. Estudios sobre la literatura en catalán desde la Edad Media a la Renaixença. Vol. II. Ed. Josep Vicent Escartí. Buenos Aires, Argentina—Los Angeles, CA: Argus-a, 2013. 68-92. Web. (Invited Chapter. Double-blind reviewed)
 
–“Renaixement: els orígens ideològics del Manifiesto por una lengua común del 2008″. L’Humanisme català a la Corona d’Aragó (en el context hispànic i europeu). Ed. Júlia Butinyà Jiménez i Antonio Cortijo Ocaña. Potomac, Maryland: Scripta Humanistica, 2011. 321-42. Print. (Invited Chapter. Double-blind reviewed)
 
“Deconstructing Scholastic Sexuality with Nietzsche, Freud and the Exotic Other in La tierra fértil.” Queer Exoticism. Examining the Queer Exotic Within. Ed. David A. Powell and Tamara Powell. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2010. 129-39. Print. (Invited Chapter. Double-blind reviewed)
Book Reviews:
–Rev. of Dialogues. A Catalan Renaissance Colloquy Set in the City of Tortosa, by Cristòfor Despuig. Ed. Enric Querol and Josep Solervicens. Trans. Henry Ettinghausen (2014). American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (2015). Web. http://aarhms.wildapricot.org/New_Book_Reviews/3344895
–Rev. of Cultural Capital, Language and National Identity in Imperial Spain, by Lucia Binotti. American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (2013). Web. http://aarhms.wildapricot.org/New_Book_Reviews/1366546?tpg=4
–Rev. of Companion to Empire: A Genealogy of the Written Word in Spain and New Spain, c. 550-1550, by David Rojinsky. La Corónica. A Journal of Medieval Hispanic Languages and Literatures 42.1 (2013): 365-68. Print.


         –Rev. of A Brief History of the Spanish Language, by David A. Pharies. Revista Canadiense de       Estudios Hispánicos 31:3 (2008): 544-45. Print.

Memberships

MLA: Modern Language Association


SRBHP: Society for Renaissance & Baroque Hispanic Poetry

NACS: North American Catalan Society

IMANA: Iberian Medieval Association of North America

HISoN: Historical Sociolinguistics Network

AHLE: Asociación de Historia de la Lengua Española


HSMS: Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies

SEMMYCOLON (Seminario de Estudios Medievales, Modernos y Coloniales)



 



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