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"Continuación de la Gramática del Catalán Moderno (1601-1833)" / "CONTINUATION OF GRAMMAR OF MODERN CATALAN (1601-1833)"" FFI2015-69694-P (MINECO/FEDER) http://www.ivitra.ua.es

Goal: This project is proposed continuing the cycle of research projects developed with the "Basis for a Grammar of the Old Catalan" (HUM200503508/FILO, Ministry of Education and Science, 01/01/2005-31/12/2008 ) and "Grammar of Old Catalan" (MICINN FFI2009-13065-FILO, 01/01/2010-31/12/2012). These projects culminated in achieving its primary objective: the creation of a corpus of ancient Catalan, within the period from the first words written in Catalan until the end of the Classical period (XVI) (accessible at IVITRA: http://www.ivitra.ua.es/new_zonatreball.php). Based on this corpus, is in its final stages of drafting the old Catalan Grammar (Grammar català antic, GCA, to publish a joint publication by world class publishers with supported by the Institute of Catalan Studies), directed by Josep Martinez and Manuel Perez-Saldanya and participate in the realization of which Spanish researchers, Europeans and Americans (see below).
This project, "CONTINUATION OF GRAMMAR OF MODERN CATALAN (1601-1833)" [CMCG], aims to fill a key period for understanding the evolution of the Catalan language as it was in between the 17th, 18th and first part of the 19th Centuries. Parallel to what was done to the old classical period, which we just mentioned, it is essential to the constitution and using information stemming from a representative corpus of that period. Therefore, the project will be objectives: a) the final weighted selection of texts and their incorporation into Catalan Modern Textual Corpus (1601-1833), b) final developing the tools required to grammatical tagging and lemmatization (disambiguation, lemmatized concordance, concordance concordances, advanced search, semantic, morphological, sequential structures-) of the texts. This method of tagging, disambiguation and lemmatization (lemmatized concordance) allow fast and systematic exploitation of materials (certainly considerable size), and it is imperative to carry out the work of modern Catalan Grammar (1601-1833) which, linking with Old Catalan Grammar (GCA) (from its origins to the s. XVI), culminate the study of syntax in Catalan until, with the Renaissance (mid-s. XIX), if you initiate the standardization process that led to the creation of contemporary Catalan (with the work of Pompeu Fabra and the Institute of Catalan Studies). The body, once lematized and with all the applications provided for in this project is subject to the extensions which may be deemed necessary and also may be used to study other linguistic (lexical, semantic, phraseological, etc.). and non-linguistic (matters of style, historical context of language issues addressed, etc..) and c) final writing a grammar of Modern Catalan, conceived as a descriptive work, collectively and based on that computerized textual corpus. This grammar will cover the gap in diachronic studies of Catalan in a period, as discussed below, fundamental to understanding the current reality of the language, will continue (and in moderation as possible) will improve the online methodology tested in the previous two projects mentioned in the Old and Modern Catalan and make reference to other major projects of this type in the process of realization in the Romance Linguistics field.

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The goal of this article is to analyze the faÿditz and how their struggle was to “regain their parents’ land”. After establishing the consequences of the battle of Muret, which became the keystone of the Crusade, I analyze the question of what is contained in the Song of the Crusade against the Cathars, and I also analyze the life of some faÿditz. The added value of this work lies in the fact that it is also a historical document, contemporaneous with the events it reports. This work is done under a reliable mimesis through the perspectivism and contrast of points of view. We focus on the study of four of the faÿditz which are characters in this work and had lives invested to straighten the effects of the Crusade: the brothers Jordà(s) and Pèire Roger de Cabaret; the counts of Foix, Ramon Roger and Roger Bernat III, father and son; and the troubadour and knight at the service of the counts of Tolosa, Guy de Cavalhó. In addition, I analyze another profile of realpolitik in faÿditz. This profile is filled by faÿditz who, at last, after the Treaty of Meaux-Paris (1229), began to return to Occitania upon acceptance of the sovereignty of France, and even earn high-class positions at the service of the French Crown. In this case, we focus on Oliver of Terms. Keywords: Song of the Crusade against the Cathars, Faÿditz, Historiography, Mimesis, Battle of Muret, Treaty of Meaux-París (1229), Trobadoric Literature, Medieval realpolitik.
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We analyze how through some chronicles that describe the deeds of kings as examples of knights and rulers, literary mimesis becomes an essential tool to showcase models that can be utilized for the official image of the Crown. We use the four great Catalan chronicles (the first three in particular) and other historiographical accounts which use a great deal of literary mimesis as well as cultural and literary referents (classical tradition, matter of Britain), as well as the Cançó de la croada contra els albigesos. We pay attention to the view offered in them of the Battle of Muret. We also pay attention to Jaume’s conquests (a consequence of Muret) as viewed by the Muslims. We also analyze the consequences of this battle for England, such as the (xenophobic) suspicion that the English barons felt towards the newcomers, members of the retinue of Queen Eleanor of Provence, the daughter of Ramon Berenguer IV of Provence and therefore Jaume I’s niece. Eleanor finally retired to the Abby of Amesbury, which in turn became a place where identities formed and where, now that the queen was there residing, Arthurian motifs could be made credible: it is the place where Queen Genevieve retired after the Battle of Camlaan, which took place (in literature) on the fields of Salisbury, close to Amesbury. In sum, we analyze classical tradition, matter of Britain, victories and defeats, chronicles, chivalries, etc., all of them relevant topics for acquiring identity and that imply transferences: literature and history, mimesis that has an influence on reality.
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TÍTULO: "Gustos y disgustos del Lentiscar de Cartagena (1689), de Ginés Campillo de Bayle. Estudio y edición crítica". DIRECTOR: Dr. D. Vicent Josep Escartí Soriano. CENTRO: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
DEPÓSITO: INICIO: 11/04/2017 FIN: 03/05/2017
FECHA DE LECTURA: 06/06/2017 
LUGAR: Aula Magna de la Sede Universitaria de La Nucia
HORA: 19:00
TRIBUNAL:
PRESIDENTE: DR. D. ANTONI FERRANDO FRANCÉS. Catedràtic Universitat. Universitat de València. Dpto. Filologia Catalana
SECRETARIO: DR. D. JOSEP MARTINES PERES. Titular Universitat. Universitat d'Alacant. Dpto. Filologia Catalana.
VOCAL: DRA. Dª. EULÀLIA MIRALLES JORI. Titular Universitat. Universitat de València. Dpto. Filologia Catalana.
PRESIDENTE SUPLENTE: DR.D . ALBERT ROSSICH I ESTRAGÓ. Catedràtic Universitat. Universitat de Girona. Dpto. de Filologia Catalana.
SECRETARIA SUPLENTE: DRA. Dª. MARINELA GARCÍA SEMPERE. Titular Universitat. Universitat d'Alacant.
VOCAL SUPLENTE: DR. D. RAFAEL ROCA RICART. Titular Universitat. Universitat de València. Dpto. Filologia Catalana.
FECHA DE ESCRUTINIO PARA "MENCIÓN CUM-LAUDE" (ver 3er. Párrafo art. 14.7 del RD 99/2011): 12-06-2017. HORA: 09.40 h
Este acto se celebrará en las dependencias de la EDUA y podrán asistir el doctorando o la doctoranda, así como el profesorado que haya dirigido la tesis doctoral. La Secretaria de la EDUA dará fe del resultado del escrutinio.
 
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VIII SIMPOSI INTERNACIONAL. VERS UNA SINTAXI HISTÒRICA DEL CATALÀ
Fecha: 3 y 4 de febrero de 2017 Lugar de realización: Sede Universitaria de La Nucía Organizado por: ISIC-IVITRA (UA), Instituto de Estudios Catalanes, Sede Universitaria de La Nucía (UA), Universidad de Alicante. Con la colaboración de los proyectos de investigación de excelencia: PROMETEOII/2014/018 FFI2015-69694-P (MINECO/FEDER) y del Programa de Doctorado en Transferencias Interculturales e Históricas en la Europa Medieval Mediterránea (UA, EDUA, ISIC-IVITRA).
 
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This project is proposed continuing the cycle of research projects developed with the "Basis for a Grammar of the Old Catalan" (HUM200503508/FILO, Ministry of Education and Science, 01/01/2005-31/12/2008 ) and "Grammar of Old Catalan" (MICINN FFI2009-13065-FILO, 01/01/2010-31/12/2012). These projects culminated in achieving its primary objective: the creation of a corpus of ancient Catalan, within the period from the first words written in Catalan until the end of the Classical period (XVI) (accessible at IVITRA: http://www.ivitra.ua.es/new_zonatreball.php). Based on this corpus, is in its final stages of drafting the old Catalan Grammar (Grammar català antic, GCA, to publish a joint publication by world class publishers with supported by the Institute of Catalan Studies), directed by Josep Martinez and Manuel Perez-Saldanya and participate in the realization of which Spanish researchers, Europeans and Americans (see below).
This project, "CONTINUATION OF GRAMMAR OF MODERN CATALAN (1601-1833)" [CMCG], aims to fill a key period for understanding the evolution of the Catalan language as it was in between the 17th, 18th and first part of the 19th Centuries. Parallel to what was done to the old classical period, which we just mentioned, it is essential to the constitution and using information stemming from a representative corpus of that period. Therefore, the project will be objectives: a) the final weighted selection of texts and their incorporation into Catalan Modern Textual Corpus (1601-1833), b) final developing the tools required to grammatical tagging and lemmatization (disambiguation, lemmatized concordance, concordance concordances, advanced search, semantic, morphological, sequential structures-) of the texts. This method of tagging, disambiguation and lemmatization (lemmatized concordance) allow fast and systematic exploitation of materials (certainly considerable size), and it is imperative to carry out the work of modern Catalan Grammar (1601-1833) which, linking with Old Catalan Grammar (GCA) (from its origins to the s. XVI), culminate the study of syntax in Catalan until, with the Renaissance (mid-s. XIX), if you initiate the standardization process that led to the creation of contemporary Catalan (with the work of Pompeu Fabra and the Institute of Catalan Studies). The body, once lematized and with all the applications provided for in this project is subject to the extensions which may be deemed necessary and also may be used to study other linguistic (lexical, semantic, phraseological, etc.). and non-linguistic (matters of style, historical context of language issues addressed, etc..) and c) final writing a grammar of Modern Catalan, conceived as a descriptive work, collectively and based on that computerized textual corpus. This grammar will cover the gap in diachronic studies of Catalan in a period, as discussed below, fundamental to understanding the current reality of the language, will continue (and in moderation as possible) will improve the online methodology tested in the previous two projects mentioned in the Old and Modern Catalan and make reference to other major projects of this type in the process of realization in the Romance Linguistics field.