Lluís Cabré

Lluis Cabre

Lluís Cabré

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Lluís G. M. Cabré Ollé (Barcelona, 1959) took his Ph.D. at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (1990). He has been a lecturer (1990-93) and Visiting Research Fellow (1994-95) at Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London, and has taught Medieval Catalan literature at the Universitat de Girona (1993-94) and at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (since 1997), in which he is now professor of Catalan Philology. He is the author of critical editions of Pere March’s poetry (1993) and Bernat Metge’s Llibre de Fortuna i Prudència (2010) and has also co-edited Ramon Llull’s Rhetorica nova (2006). His research focuses on Medieval Catalan poetry (in particular, Ausiàs March’s works), Bernat Metge and Medieval translations, with a secondary research interest in the works of Josep Carner and J. V. Foix.In the periods in which he has been Principal Researcher of research project Translat (UAB) he has edited, in collaboration with Montserrat Ferrer, the 2012 Cens de traduccions al català medieval fins a 1500 (http://www.translatdb.narpan.net/) and has directed the collective volume The Classical Tradition in Medieval Catalan 1300-1500 (Tamesis 2018).


The Classical Tradition in Medieval Catalan, 1300-1500
Lluís Cabré, Alejandro Coroleu, Montserrat Ferrer, Albert Lloret i Josep Pujol
Fourteenth-century Classicism: Bernat Metge and Petrarch
Editat per Lluís Cabré, Alejandro Coroleu i Jill Kraye
Llibre de Fortuna i Prudència
Editció crítica de Lluís Cabré
Retòrica nova
Introducció, edició del text llatí, traducció i notes de Josep Batalla, Lluís Cabré i Marcel Ortín

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