Pedro Pablo Fuentes González

Pedro Pablo Fuentes González

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DATE OF BIRTH: 29.06.1963.

NATIONALITY: Spanish.


PRESENT POSTS
  • Professor of Greek Philology, in the Department of Greek Philology and Slavic Philology at the University of Granada, Spain (since February 1994).


EDUCATION

University of Granada, Spain, Faculty of Arts

  • B.A. in Classics (1981-1986).
  • Ph. D. in Classics (1990).


FELLOWSHIPS AND AWARDS
  • First National Prize of Studies in Philology, Ministry of Education and Science, Spain, 1985-1986.
  • Special Graduation Prize in Classics, University of Granada, Spain, 1985-1986.
  • (potgraduate) Fellowship from the Ministry of Science and Education, at the University of Granada, Spain, 1987-1990.
  • (postdoctorate) Fellowship from the University of Granada, Spain, 1991-1992.
  • Prize for the best Doctoral Thesis in Greek (1991) awarded by the Spanish Association of Classical Philology (SEEC), Madrid, 1992.


EMPLOYMENT AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Department of Greek Philology, University of Granada, Spain:

  • Fellow of Greek Philology, 1987-1993: complementary lectures.
  • Assistant Prof. of Greek Philology (since 7 February 1994):
    • 1993-1994: Greek Language I.
    • 1994-1995: Greek Language II.
    • 1995-1996: Greek Language III.
    • 1996-1997: Greek Literature; History of the transmission and textual criticism of Greek Authors.
    • 1997-2000: History of Greek Language; Greek Metre; History of the transmission and textual criticism of Greek Authors. 1997-1998: Postgraduate Course: Introduction to Greek Palaeography, within the Program High Studies in Greek Philology. 1998-1999: Postgraduate Course: Introduction to Greek Codicology, within the Program High Studies in Greek Philology.
  • Prof. of Greek Philology (since 1 January 2000): Greek Literature; Greek Metre; History of the transmission and textual criticism of Greek Authors; Commentary of Greek Texts II (Tragedy and Comedy) (2000-). Postgraduate Courses: Hellenistic Utopy (2001-2002, 2003-2004), Greek Writing (2004-2005, 2006-2007), Otherness in Greek Litterature and Art (2005-2006, 2006-2007, 2007-2008, 2008-2009)

European Socrates Master, Curriculum Development-Advanced Level (CDA) The Archaeology and Dynamics of Writing, Venice International University (VIU), Venice, Italy:

  • Course “Rencontres culturelles dans le monde méditerranéen occidental: grec, arabe et hébreu en Espagne” (Venice, 19-23 aprile 1999).

CEP of Almeria, Spain:

  • Course “Latin y Griego en el Bachillerato”: “Internet para helenistas. Rudimentos informáticos, útiles y direcciones de interés” (15 March 1999).

CEP of Seville, Spain:

  • Course “A la búsqueda de la felicidad. Fundamentos del pensamiento ético occidental”: “Los cínicos antiguos o el atajo filosófico hacia la felicidad” (17 May 2001).


RESEARCH
  • (since 1989): Member of the Research Team “Historiography and Ethnography of the Antiquity and of the Renaissance” (1062 PAI = HUM 235), Department of Greek Philology, University of Granada (Spain).
  • (since 1992): Associate Member of the Research Team (UPR) 76 of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), Villejuif (France), “Histoire des doctrines de la fin de l'Antiquitè et du Haut Moyen-Age”, with special collaboration in the project Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques (ed. Dr. R. Goulet).

To date my research has centered on the field of Greek philosophy, specifically on cynic philosophy in the works of the moralist Teles. This research resulted in a reading of the fragments of Teles apart from the traditional criticism based on source analysis, which reveal a more interesting and indipendent Teles than was traditionally depicted.

My approach to the study of Greek philosophy encompassed different articles which were written for the Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, with authors as diverse as the Stoics Cornutus and Epictetus, the polygraph and scholar Eratosthenes of Cyrene or the mathematician Hippocrates of Chios.

Several works are situated in the field of Greek Historiography mainly through the work of Diodorus of Sicile. My interest focussed on the study of different procedures (analogy, quotation) and literary themes. In the field of literary genre and once again through Teles oeuvre I was particularly interested in the problems of definition and consistency of the so-called cynic-stoic diatribe. The critical history of this concept reveals that it is a dark, modern construction, which previously requires to be clarified and redefined by the specialists to render it usable.

Finally my latest research is about the field of Greek codicology and paleography by means of cataloguing and studying Greek manuscripts preserved in different libraries in Granada particularly in the Sacromonte Abbey. All these manuscripts date from the 16th century or later.

Actually I take part in the following projects:

  • The Greek orators in the Spanish manuscripts (II): Critical editions (HUM2005-02415/FILO) directed by Dr. Felipe G. Hernández Muñoz (2006-2008).
  • The Greek orators in the Spanish manuscripts (III): Epideictic, apocryphal and epistolar oratory (FFI2008-01087/FILO) directed by Dr. Felipe G. Hernández Muñoz (2009-2011).
  • Ovid's Metamorphoses (HUM-1019) directed by Dr. Antonio Ramírez de Verger (2005-2008).
  • Ovidiana: critical commentary and edition of the Metamorphoses of Ovid (FFI2008-01843/FILO) directed by Dr. Antonio Ramírez de Verger (2009-2013).
PUBLICATIONS
BOOKS
  • Las diatribas de Teles: Estudio introductorio y comentario de los textos conservados, Doctoral Thesis, Granada 1990 (9 microforms, University of Granada Press, 1991, ISBN 84-338-1307-2).
  • Les diatribes de Télès : Introduction, texte revu et commentaire des fragments, avec en appendice une traduction espagnole, series “Histoire des doctrines de l'Antiquitè classique”, 23, Paris, Librairie philosophique J. Vrin, ISBN 2-7116-1350-X (XVI + 620 págs.), 1998.
  • (written in collaboration) Bibliografía hispánica sobre los oradores áticos, Berlin, Logos Verlag, ISBN 978-3-8325-3038-9 (91 p.), 2012.
ARTICLES AND COMMUNICATIONS
  • “Magisterio y Literatura en el estudio de la diatriba del cínico Teles”, in Actas del VII Congreso Espanol de Estudios clásicos (Madrid, 20-24 de Abril de 1987), Madrid 1989, vol. II, p. 183-188.
  • “Algunas notas críticas a las Teletis Reliquiae”, Emerita 60, 1, 1992, p. 115-127.
  • “Teles y la biomania”, Florentia Iliberritana 2, 1991 [1993], p. 171-187.
  • “Teles y la interpretatio ethica del personaje mitológico”, Florentia Iliberritana 3, 1992 [1993], p. 161-181.
  • “La “diatriba” de Teles sobre la impasibilidad: Cuestiones generales”, in In memoriam J. Cabrera Moreno, Granada 1992, p. 135-144.
  • “Lexis de Richard Goulet: Un programa para la elaboración automática de léxicos de textos griegos y latinos en Macintosh (Apple)”, Estudios Clásicos XXXVI n. 104, 1993, p. 83-96.
  • (written in collaboration) “Heródoto y la Biblia”, in Biblia y culturas. IV Simposio Bíblico Español (I Simposio Bíblico Ibero-Americano), Granada, 7-10 Sept. 1992, Valencia/Granada, Fundación Bíblica Española,1993, p. 245-251.
  • (written in collaboration) “La relación analógica Indo-Nilo en la historiografía griega”, in Actas del VIII Congreso Español de Estudios Clásicos (Madrid, 23-28 de septiembre de 1990), Madrid 1994, vol. III, p. 99-108.
  • “Cornutus”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. II, París, CNRS, 1994, pp. 460-473.
  • “El lugar de Teles en la filología”, Estudios Clásicos XXXVI n. 106, 1994, p. 89-108.

(written in collaboration) “Las citas en Diodoro de Sicilia, I: Citas poéticas”, Fortunatae 9, 1997, p. 13-32.

  • “Teles Reconsidered”, Mnemosyne 51, 1998, p. 1-19.
  • “Andrés Darmario, copista en Granada de Alejandro de Afrodisiade”, Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance 71, 1999, p. 719-728.
  • “Épictète”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. III, París, CNRS, 2000, p. 106-151.
  • “Ératosthène de Cyrène”, Ibid., p. 188-236.
  • “Hippocrate de Chios”, Ibid., p. 762-770.
  • (written in collaboration) “Héraclite(-Pseudo), Lettres”, Ibid., p. 618-627.
  • (written in collaboration) “Hérodore d'Héraclée”, Ibid., p. 671-675.
  • (written in collaboration) “Harpocration d'Alexandrie”, Ibid., p. 498-503.
  • (written in collaboration) “Hécatée d'Abdère”, Ibid., p. 505-525.
  • (written in collaboration) “Iamboulos”, Ibid., p. 840-853.
  • (written in collaboration) “Hipparchia de Maronée”, Ibid., p. 742-750.
  • (written in collaboration) “Juba de Maurétanie”, Ibid., p. 940-954.
  • (written in collaboration) “Isocrate d'Athènes”, Ibid., p. 891-938.
  • “Internet para filólogos clásicos: rudimentos informáticos, útiles y direcciones de interés”, Florentia Iliberritana 12, 2001, p. 149-162.
  • “El atajo filosófico de los cínicos antiguos hacia la felicidad”, Cuadernos de Filología Clásica: Estudios griegos e indoeuropeos 12, 2002, p. 203-251.
  • “¿Necesitaban de un amigo los cínicos antiguos?”, Bitarte 31, 2003, p. 51-72. Videoconferencia, San Sebastián (27-XI-2002).
  • “La lampe d'Épictète ou le choix inaliénable”, Fortunatae 15, 2004, p. 61-82.
  • “Lucien de Samosate”, Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. IV, París, CNRS, 2005, p. 131-160.
  • “Macrobius (Ambrosius Theososius-)”, Ibid., p. 227-242.
  • “Manaichmos d'Alopéconnèse”, Ibid., p. 246-247.
  • (written in collaboration) “Mégasthène”, Ibid., p. 367-380.
  • “Ménaichmos”, Ibid., p. 401-407.
  • “Ménélaos d'Alexandrie”, Ibid., p. 456-464.
  • “Méton de Leuconoé”, Ibid., p. 487-498.
  • “Métrodore de Lampsaque”, Ibid., p. 508-514.
  • “Myrtilus de Thessalie”, Ibid., 577-580.
  • “Néanthe de Cyzique”, Ibid., p. 587-594.
  • “Néchepso-Pétosiris”, Ibid., p. 601-615.
  • “Nicotélès de Cyrène”, Ibid., 702-703.
  • “Nigrinus”, Ibid., p. 712-717.
  • “Nouménios d'Apamée”, Ibid., p. 724-740.
  • (written in collaboration) “La introducción de la mitología de Diodoro en España”, in J.A. López Férez (ed.), La mitología clásica en la literatura española. Panorama diacrónico [VII international colloquium of Greek philology, Madrid, UNED 20-23 March 1996], series “EFG” 11, Madrid, Ediciones Clásicas, 2006, p. 339-354.
  • “Los elementos estructurales del drama griego antiguo: forma y función”, Florentia Iliberritana 18, 2007, p. 27-67.
  • De cinismo y diatriba, al margen de una traducción del Euboico de Dion de Prusa”, Gerión 25-2, 2007, p. 71-85.
  • “Función de la mitología clásica en dos escritores murcianos del Barroco: el humanista Cascales y el diplomático Saavedra Fajardo”, Myrtia 22, 2007, p. 257-295.
  • “Le Démonax de Lucien entre réalité et fiction”, Prometheus 35 (2), 2009, p. 139-158.

(written in collaboration) “La transmutación de los clásicos grecolatinos en el teatro español del final del siglo XX: Riaza, Miras, Pérez Estrada, Resino y Vega González”, Analecta Malacitana 33 (1), 2010, p. 87-120.

  • “La amistad desde la perspectiva y la experiencia de los cínicos antiguos”, in J.M. Zamora (ed.), La amistad en la filosofía antigua [colloquium Franco-Spanish, Paris 8-10 February 2001], series “Colección de estudios”, Madrid, UAM Ediciones, 2009, p. 43-61.
  • “Cyniques et autres 'philosophes populaires' chez Stobée”, in G. Reydams-Schils (ed.), Thinking Through Excerpts: Studies on Stobaeus, series “Monothéismes et philosophie”, Turnhout, Brepols, 2011, p. 387-440.
  • “Philadelphus de Ptolémaïs”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. Va, París, CNRS, 2012, p. 301.
  • “Philiscos”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. Va, París, CNRS, 2012, p. 320-323.
  • “Philon de Byblos”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. Va, París, CNRS, 2012, p. 392-399.
  • “Pontianus de Nicomédie”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. Vb, París, CNRS, 2012, p. 1286.
  • (written in collaboration) “Pythéas de Marseille”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. Vb, París, CNRS, 2012, p. 1774-1780.
  • “Rufinus de Chrypre”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. Vb, París, CNRS, 2012, p. 1811.
  • “Rufus”, in R. Goulet (ed.), Dictionnaire des Philosophes Antiques, vol. Vb, París, CNRS, 2012, p. 1811-1812.
  • (written in collaboration) “El mito clásico en los historiadores de Indias”, in M. N. Muñoz Martín & J.A. Sánchez Marín (eds.), Homenaje a la Profesora María Luisa Picklesimer (In memoriam), Coimbra, 2012, p. 41-67.
  • “Contexto y descripción de los códices griegos de la Abadía del Sacromonte (Granada)”, in L. M. Pino Campos & G. Santana Henríquez (eds.), Καλὸς καὶ ἀγαθὸς ἀνήρ· διδασκάλου παράδειγμα. Homenaje al Profesor Juan Antonio López Férez, Madrid, Ediciones Clásicas, 2013, 285-294.
  • “El perro filósofo y Diógenes el cínico en El mundo de Sofía”, in A. J. Quiroga Puertas (ed.), Texto, traducción, ¡acción!: el legado clásico en el cine, s. L., Círculo Rojo, 2014, p. 61-71.
  • “La «diatribe» est-elle une notion utile pour l’histoire de la philosophie et de la littérature antiques?”, in B. Cassin (ed.), La rhétorique au miroir de la philosophie: Définitions philosophiques et définitions rhétoriques de la rhétorique, Séminaire Léon Robin 2008-2009, Paris, Librairie philosophique J. Vrin, 2015, p. 127-173.
  • “Le Περὶ φυγῆς de Favorinos à la lumière des fragments de son devancier Télès”, in E. Amato & M.-H. Marganne (eds.), Le traité Sur l’exil de Favorinos d’Arles: Papyrologie, philologie et littérature, col. “Interférences”, Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2015, p. 133-144.
  • “La reacuñación cínica de la familia en Crates de Tebas”, in S. López Quero & J. Mª Maesttre Maestre (eds.), Studia Angelo Vrbano Dicata, Alcañiz-Madrid, Instituto de Estudios Humanísticos – Federación Andaluza de Estudios Clásicos, 2015, p. 201-217.
REVIEWS
  • Review of Dietrich Ehlers (ed.), Hermann Diels, Hermann Usener, Eduard Zeller, Briefwechsel, Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 1992, 2 vol., p. 591 (vol. I), p. 562 (vol. II), in Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences 45, 1995, p. 436-438.
  • Review of Maximilian Braun, William M. Calder III, Dietrich Ehlers (edd.), Philology and Philosophy. The Letters of Hermann Diels to Theodor and Heinrich Gomperz (1871-1922), Hildesheim 1995, in Archives Internationales d'Histoire des sciences 47, nº 139bis, 1997, p. 42-45*.
  • Review of Branham, R. Bracht & Goulet-Cazè, Marie-Odile (edd.), The Cynics: The Cynic Movement in Antiquity and Its Legacy, Hellenistic Culture and Society, 23. Berkeley-Los Angeles-London, University of California Press, 1996, in Emerita 66, 1998, p. 207-210.
  • Review of Brancacci, A. (ed.), La filosofia in età imperiale: le scuole e le tradizioni filosofiche, Atti del colloquio (Roma, 17-19 giugno 1999), Elenchos, 31, Nápoles, Bibliopolis, 2000, in Emerita 70, 2002, p. 373-376.
  • Review of Long, A.A., Epictetus: A Stoic and Socratic Guide to Life, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2002. XIV+310 p., in Emerita 71, 2003, p. 367-369.
  • Review of Rodríguez Somolinos, H. (con la colaboración de J. Rodríguez Somolinos), Diez años de publicaciones de Filología griega en España (1991-2000), series. “Estudios de la UNED”, Madrid 2003, in Florentia Iliberritana 15, 2004, p. 413-419.
  • Review of Diogenes Laertius, Lives of eminent philosophers, ed. with introd. by T. Dorandi, col. “Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries” 50, Cam¬bridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 944 p., in Florentia Iliberritana 24, 2013, p. 315-321.
  • Review of (extended version) of Diogenes Laertius, Lives of eminent philosophers, ed. with introd. by T. Dorandi, col. “Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries” 50, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013, 944 p., in Kléos: Revista de Filosofia Antiga 18, 2014, p. 141-153.

SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL EDITOR OF: EPIEIKEIA. Studia Graeca in memoriam Jesús Lens Tuero = Homenaje al Profesor Jesús Lens Tuero, Granada, Athos-Pérgamos, 2000.

FORTHCOMING
  • Review of Robert Porod, Lukians Schrift « Wie man Geschichte schreiben soll ». Kommentar und Interpretation, col. “Phoibos Humanities Series” 1, Wien, Phoibos Verlag 2013, 688 p., in Gnomon: Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft 1915.

ADDRESS:
Departamento de Filología Griega y Filología Eslava
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras
Universidad de Granada

TOWN AND POSTCODE: 18071 Granada

COUNTRY: Spain

TELEPHONE: (00 34) 958 248 330

FAX: 34 958 248 694

E-MAIL: fuentesatugr.es

PERSONAL WEBSITE: http://wdb.ugr.es/~fuentes/