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Title: Martí de Riquer: More than seventy years of studies on troubadour poetry
Author: Mussons, Anna María
Keywords: Homenatges
Història medieval
Medieval history
Riquer, Martí de, 1914-2013
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Institut de Recerca en Cultures Medievals (UB)
Abstract: This Autumn issue of SVMMA is entirely dedicated to the memory of Martí de Riquer, Professor of History of Romance Literatures at the University of Barcelona who devoted his work to the areas of Catalan, Hispanic, and Romance philology and passed away on 17 September 2013. This issue includes five articles on different thematic aspects of Romance literature or medieval history authored by five professors from different European universities: Carlos Alvar, from the Université de Genève, Victoria Cirlot , from the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, Gerard Gouiran from the Université Paul-Valéry Montpellier III, M. Luisa Meneghetti, from the Università degli Studi di Milano, and José Enrique Ruiz Doménech, from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. All of them are renowned researchers who maintained a plentiful and uninterrupted contact with M. de Riquer. The variety of works that are published in this issue, the universities of their authors, and their solid careers, show the scope, validity, interest, breadth and cross-disciplinariety that the studies on Romance philology still have in universities around the world. We felt that this was the best way to pay tribute to him who dedicated his life to the study and teaching of the Romance literature of the Middle Ages, and has left a valuable legacy of magnificent works to all medievalists.
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It is part of: Svmma. Revista de Cultures Medievals, 2014, num. 4, p. 113-118
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ISSN: 2014-7023
Appears in Collections:Articles publicats en revistes (Filologia Grega, Filologia Llatina, Filologia Romànica i Filologia Semítica)

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