Vicent Martines

Vicent Martines
Co-Director

Bio

Vicent Martines is a Profesor at the University of Alicante. He has a B.A. and Ph.D. in Catalan Philology (University of Alicante) and a Ph.D. in Translation and Interpretation (University of Alicante). He is the Director of IVITRA (Institut Virtual International de Traducció) and the Director of the Seu Universitaria La Nucía (University of Alicante). He is a member of the Reial Acadèmia de Bones Lletres de Barcelona. He is the Co-director of the  Centre Internacional d’Investigació d’Estudis Ibèrics / Internationales Institüt für Iberische Studien (Universitat d’Alacant / Otto-Friedrich Universität Bamberg). He is also the director of the Projects ISIC/2012/022, PROMETEO/2009/042 & PROMETEOII/2014/018. He directs the Ph.D. program "Intercultural and Historical Transfers in Medieval Mediterranean Europe" at the University of Alicante. He is the chief editor of Series IVITRA Research in Linguistics and Literature, John Benjamin (Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Philadelphia, USA) and co-editor of eHumanista/IVITRA. He also co-directs Mirabilia/MedTrans and  Studia Iberica et Americana. Journal of Iberian and Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies. In addition, he directs the "Filología Catalana" &  "Clásicos Valencianos" series of the Editorial Atenea-Centro de Lingüística Aplicada and the “European and Mediterranean Classics” series of Peter Lang International Publishing Company. He is the director of the "Textes catalanes modernes" series of the Classiques Garnier (Paris, France) and of the "Textes catalans du Moyen Âge" series of the Textes littéraires du Moyen Âge (Paris, France). He has received the following awards: Rei En Pere el Catòlic d´Investigació (Institut d´Estudis Catalans, 1988), Premi d´Investigació Historicocultural Ibn Al-Abbar (Generalitat Valenciana, Ajuntament d´Onda, 1990), and the Premio de Ensayo de Catalán, Gallego y Vasco de la Fundación Ortega y Gasset (Fundació “La Caixa”, 1993). He is the author of over 200 publications. Among his latest titles, we could mention Multilingual Joan Roís de Corella. The Relevance of a Fisteenth-Century Classic of the Crown of Aragon / Joan Roís de Corella Multilíngüe. La importància d'un clàssic de la Corona d'Aragón del segle XV (2013), Bernat Metge, The Book of Fortune and Prudence (2013), Lo regiment de la cosa pública en el Dotzé del Crestià / El gobierno de lo público en el Duodécimo del ‘Cristiano’ (2009), Ausiàs Marc, poeta universal: 8 poemes d’Ausiàs March traduïts a 25 llengües || Ausiàs March, a Universal Poet: 8 poems by Ausiàs March Translated into 25 languages (2 vols., 2009).