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  DONOSO JIMENEZ, ISAAC

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DONOSO JIMENEZ, ISAAC
DONOSO JIMENEZ, ISAAC
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Position:
PROFESOR/A TITULAR UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
FILOLOGIAS INTEGRADAS
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Academic background

  • Licenciado en Historia y Ciencias de la Música
    Universidad de La Rioja (15/06/2014)
  • Doctor en Filología
    Universidad de Alicante (06/06/2011)
  • Master of Arts in Islamic Studies
    Universidad de Filipinas (02/11/2009)
  • Licenciado en Humanidades
    Universidad de Alicante (24/06/2004)
  • Licenciado en Filología Hispánica
    Universidad de Alicante (24/06/2004)
  • Licenciado en Filología Árabe
    Universidad de Alicante (22/09/2001)

Isaac Donoso is Doctor in Islamic Studies (2011) and Master in Humanities (2003) and Hispanic Philology (2003) by the University of Alicante (Spain). He is also Master of Arts in Islamic Studies by the University of the Philippines (2008) and Master in History and Sciences of the Music in the University of La Rioja (Spain, 2014). Winner in 2004 and 2008 of the research prize Ibn al-Abbar —the most important Spanish award on Islamic Studies— he also was granted with the Premio Juan Andrés de Ensayo e Investigación en Ciencias Humanas for the study Literatura hispanofilipina actual (2010). Donoso has published for the first time a critical edition of Noli me tangere (2011) and the prose of José Rizal (2012), as well as the legendary novel Los pájaros de fuego by Jesús Balmori (2010). He has worked together with Jeannifer Zabala in the promotion of Catalan Studies in the Philippines with the study Romanços Filipins del Regne de València (2008) and the translation into Filipino of the Valencian novel Tirante el Blanco (2010). He edited the seminal volumes More Hispanic than We Admit. Insights into Philippine Cultural History (2008), and Historia cultural de la lengua española en Filipinas: ayer y hoy (2012). He authored Islamic Far East: Ethnogenesis of Philippine Islam, published by the University of the Philippines Press in 2013. Former visiting faculty at the Philippine Normal University (Manila) for three years, he teaches currently at the University of Alicante in Spain.