Perfil (CV) del personal docente investigador

Montaner Frutos, Alberto
Departamento: Departamento de Lingüística y Literaturas Hispánicas
Área: Literatura Española
Centro: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras

Instituto: INSTITUTO UNIVERSITARIO DE INVESTIGACIÓN EN PATRIMONIO Y HUMANIDADES (IPH)
Grupo: CLARISEL

Códigos UNESCO
  • Magia
  • Simbolismo
  • Historia medieval
  • Epigrafía
  • Heráldica
  • Iconografía
  • Filología
  • Sigilografía
  • Historia del derecho y de las instituciones jurídicas
  • Historia de la literatura
  • Lingüística histórica
  • Análisis literario

Tramos de investigación
  • Sexenio CNEAI. 01/01/17
  • Sexenio CNEAI. 01/01/11
  • Sexenio CNEAI. 01/01/05
  • Sexenio CNEAI. 01/01/99. (2)
Categoría profesional: Cated. Universidad
Correo electrónico: amonta@unizar.es
ORCID: 0000-0002-4906-4246

Líneas de investigación
  • Humanidades y ciencias sociales
  • Filología
  • Historia
  • Literatura

Titulaciones universitarias
  • Filología semítica. Universidad Complutense de Madrid. 1994
  • Filología Hispánica. Universidad de Zaragoza. 1986

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ALBERTO MONTANER FRUTOS (Zaragoza, Spain, 1963). Professor of Spanish Literature at the Universidad de Zaragoza in the department of Spanish Philology and assistant director of its Research Institute on Heritage and the Humanities. He has previously served as departmental secretary (2003-2004), assistant chair (2004-2009), and department chair (2012-2019). He is also the assistant director of the Section of Emblem Studies at the Institución «Fernando el Católico» (DPZ-CSIC). Montaner Frutos has served as director of research at the Institución «Fernando el Católico» (1997-2007), as well as director of the Arab and Islamic Studies division of the now defunct Instituto de Estudios Islámicos y del Oriente Próximo, a joint venture of Cortes de Aragón, Universidad de Zaragoza and CSIC (2004-2011). He has been an invited professor in many universities, including Saint Petersburg (1990), Oxford (1992), UNAM (2002), Puebla (2002, 2004, 2013 and 2015), ENS de Lyon (2003, 2005, 2006 et 2010), Buenos Aires (2005), Berkeley (2007), the Sorbonne (2006, 2010 and 2016), Zürich (2015) and Stanford (2017). Since 2013, he has served as philological consultant for the Real Academia Española’s Nuevo Diccionario Histórico del Español. His areas of research include hispanic and comparative epic poetry; the relationships between literature, history, and juro-political thought in the Middle Ages and Golden Age; medieval and renaissance magic and its treatment in literature; Arab-Hispanic literary and cultural relations; the history of the lexicon of Ibero-Romance and its borrowings from Semitic and other languages of the Middle East; General Emblematics, with special attention to Heraldry; the conceptual and material problems of the edition of texts and the epistemology of the Human Sciences. His publications include 52 books, 9 booklets, 307 articles and book chapters, 16 reviews and 11 audiovisual productions, in addition to 38 expert reports on his research areas, work recognized as five sections of research (the maximum possible for his age) by the relevant Ministry.


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