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  MESA SANZ, JUAN FRANCISCO

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MESA SANZ, JUAN FRANCISCO

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+34 965903400 x 3786
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Current professional activity

Position:
CATEDRATICO/A DE UNIVERSIDAD
Dept.
PREHIST.,ARQ,H.ANTIGUA,FIL.GR Y FIL.LAT.
Institutes:
I.U. INVESTIGACION ARQ. Y PATR. HIST.
Groups:
UNESCO Code:
550613 - Historia de la literatura
5701 - Lingüística aplicada
570107 - Lengua y literatura
570503 - Lexicografía

Academic background

  • Doctor en Filología Clásica.
    Universidad de Zaragoza. (14/09/1994)
  • Grado de Licenciado en Filosofía y Letras.
    Universidad de Zaragoza. (12/09/1991)
  • Licenciado en Filología Clásica.
    Universidad de Zaragoza. (16/08/1989)

Professor of Latin Studies at the University of Alicante, specialist in Latin linguistics –El deseo y el subjuntivo. Análisis de los actos de habla optativos en la lengua latina (1999)–, the classical tradition –with theoretical studies on the definition of the discipline or specific studies on works such as Curial e Güelfa or authors like Inca Garcilaso or Raúl Zurita– or the classical influence on the construction of German thought in the first half of the 20th century. His main research line over the last decade has been mediaeval Latin lexicography within ISIC-IVITRA (excellence projects Prometeo/2009/042, ISIC/2012/022 and PrometeoII/2014/018), as principal investigator of the Corpus Documentale Latinum Valencie (CODOLVA); this group, which is part of ISIC-VITRA, has been recognised in the Corpus Documentale Latinum Hispaniarum Excellence Network – CODOLHISP (FFI2016-81889-REDT). He has done the first translation into the Spanish language of Macrobius' Saturnalia (Akal 2009), has taken part in the museumisation projects of Roman Caesaraugusta (museums of the Forum, the Baths, the River Port and the Theatre) and is currently deputy director of the project “Héroes y Damas de La Alcudia.” These projects have given rise to scientific and teaching publications –“Grafías y sonidos del sarcófago paleocristiano de Santa Engracia (Zaragoza),” “Tres nuevos grafitos, dos fragmentos de inscripción y marcas sobre columna localizados en el foro de Caesaraugusta” or the important “Bronce de La Alcudia”—, manuals on the teaching uses of museums, etc.