Eduardo Alonso Rome

Eduardo Javier Alonso Rome
Category: Professor of Portuguese Studies
E-mail: edujarusal.es
Address: Area Galician and Portuguese Philology. Department of Modern Philology. Faculty of Philology. University of Salamanca.
Plaza de Anaya s / n. 37008 Salamanca (Spain).
Tel.: 923-29-44-45. Ext.: 1729. Fax: 923-29-46-28.

PUBLICATIONS


Books

  • 1- Portuguese writings of St. Francis Xavier, Braga, University of Minho, Collection "Polyhedron" Center for Humanistic Studies, nº 2, 2000 (586 pp.).
  • 2- Simon Rodrigues: Origin and progress of the Society of Jesus. Introductory study, translation from the original Portuguese and Latin, and notes by Eduardo Javier Alonso Rome, Bilbao – Santander, Messenger – Sal Terrae, Collection "Manresa", nº 35, 2005 (156 pp.).
  • 3- Luis Montoya, a reformer spanish in Portugal, Guadarrama - Madrid, Editorial Agustiniana, Collection "Profiles", nº 27, 2008 (164 pp.).
  • 4- The Trinity in Salamanca: History and Present, Salamanca, Trinitarian Secretariat, 2013. In collaboration with John Pujana.

Articles and book chapters

  • 1- "An evangelization from the service. Care for sick prisoners and St. Francis Xavier ", Manresa, 69 (Madrid 1997), 373-387.
  • 2- "The 'lusitanização' S. Francis Xavier and his fellow Spaniards (1540-1552)”, Brotero. Journal of culture, 147 (Lisbon 1998), 565-580. Remake, revised and enlarged: "The 'lusitanização' S. Francisco Xavier”, in Natalia Correia Guedes (Coord.), St. Francis Xavier. His Life and His Time [1506-1552], Lisbon, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation - East, 2006, 185-192.
  • 3- "The Portuguese language as an instrument of evangelization: from analysis of the texts of St. Francis Xavier ", Archives of the Calouste Gulbenkian Cultural Centre. Homage to Maria de Lourdes Belchior, 37 (Lisboa-Paris 1998), 113-126.
  • 4- "Religious themes in the work of Jose Saramago", Reason and Faith. Hispanic-Culture Magazine, 239 (Madrid 1999), 151-161.
  • 5- "John of Avila and its relationship with Portugal. In the Fifth Centenary of his Birth ", Brotero. Journal of culture, 148 (Lisbon 1999), 565-574.
  • 6- "Roots Iberian theater Portuguese Jesuit missions in the second half of the sixteenth century", an M ª Rosa Álvarez Sellers (Ed), Portuguese and Spanish literature Literature. Influences and relationships. Anejo XXXI of Notebooks of Philology, Valencia, University of Valencia, 1999, 195-206.
  • 7- "Regarding the letters of José de Anchieta. Linguistic and literary aspects ", Ciberkiosk, nº 6 (Coimbra, July 1999: www.ciberkiosk.pt). Remake, revised and enlarged: "Linguistic features literary epistolary production anchietana", in Santa Barbara Portuguese Studies, 5 (University of California, USA 2001), 72-87.
  • 8- "The Loves of the lower clergy in the theater of Gil Vicente" in Love and Eroticism in Literature, Salamanca, Caja Duero, 1999, 35-42.
  • 9- "The writings of a Jesuit Portuguese Dutch in the East: Gaspar Barzeu (1515-1553)”, Sidewalks. Journal of the International Association of Lusitanistas, 2 (Port 1999), 17-28.
  • 10- "Evangelization and language contact. The case of St. Francis Xavier ", and J. Fernández González and others (eds.), Linguistics for the XXI century, C.L.G. 3, Salamanca, Ediciones Universidad de Salamanca, 1999, flight. I, 157-163.
  • 11- "El bilingual Portuguese-castellano de Anchieta. An analysis from his letters "in Proceedings of the International Congress "Anchieta in Coimbra – (1548-1998)”, Port, Foundation Eng. António de Almeida, 2000, flight. I, 451-461.
  • 12- "The problem in the existential Daily Miguel Torga ", Letters Today. P.U.C. Rio Grande do Sul, 35 (Porto Alegre, Brazil 2000), 61-88.
  • 13- "Linguistic contacts through letters of Henrique Henriques (1520-1600)”, in Professor Basilio Losada: learning to think freely and risk. Tributes, Barcelona, Publications of the University of Barcelona, 2000, 143-148.
  • 14- "The Society of Jesus in the works of Vitorino Nemesio", Brotero. Journal of culture, 152 (Lisbon 2001), 65-79.
  • 15- "The Portuguese in the East through the letters of Louis Fróis", in Proceedings of the International Congress of History and Culture on the Frontier. 1he. Spanish Lusitanistas Meeting, Caceres, University of Extremadura, 2000, flight. II, 817-835.
  • 16- "Philological aspects of the Letters from Japan ", Portuguese Studies. Portuguese Journal of Philology, 1 (Salamanca 2001), 11-30.
  • 17- "Footprints avilinas in Portugal and in the Portuguese East", in International Conference Proceedings Master Avila, Madrid, EDITION, 2002, 397-413.
  • 18- "The expansion of the Portuguese in the East in the sixteenth century Jesuit documentation", Journal of Romance Studies, 19 (Madrid 2002), 125-160. In collaboration with Prof. Dr. Marcos Angel of God.
  • 19- "De Castilla to Portuguese East: Four Madinans and writings Luso-Castilian ", Sacred Spain – C.S.I.C., 54 (Madrid 2002), 141-167.
  • 20- "Manuscripts Portuguese at the University of Salamanca", Portuguese Studies. Portuguese Journal of Philology, 2 (Salamanca 2002), 141-164. In collaboration with Profs. God Angel Marcos and Ana M ª García Martín.
  • 21- "A Extremadura in the Portuguese Indies: Francisco Pérez (c.1515-1583) and writings ", Journal of Studies Extremeños, 58 (Badajoz 2002), 1047-1069.
  • 22- "Two Basques around the world in the work of Miguel Torga", Letters of Deusto, 32 (Bilbao 2002), 207-219 (13 pp.). Remake: "A triangle peninsular: Miguel Torga to Unamuno and Ignatius of Loyola ", Bulletin of the R.S.B.A.P., 59 (San Sebastián 2003), 243-256.
  • 23- "The teaching of Portuguese in the world during the sixteenth century", in Towards unity in diversity: Dissemination of European languages, Salamanca, University of Salamanca, 2002, 37-51.
  • 24- "Portuguese, Castilian and Latin in Japan (1543-1640)”, in Proceedings of the XXIII International Congress of Romance Linguistics and Philology, Tübingen, Niemeyer Verlag, 2003, flight. In, 3-16.
  • 25- "The Portuguese in the East: sixteenth century to the present day ", in Galicia from Salamanca, 4, Salamanca, Xunta de Galicia - University of Salamanca, 2003, 45-68.
  • 26- "The Poetry of Vitorino Nemesio, seeding of hope ", Portuguese Journal of Humanities, 7 (Braga 2003), 319-339. An excerpt of it was published in the Diary of the Azores, year 135, nº 37.302 (Ponta Delgada, 8 February 2004), 14-15.
  • 27- "Jose Regio seen by himself", Lyrics Magazine. Federal University of Parana, 62 (Curitiba, Brazil 2004), 97-115.
  • 28- "The Portuguese work of Fray Luis de Granada", Notebooks for Hispanic Literature Research, 29 (Madrid 2004), 63-79.
  • 29- "Relationship of Bartolomeu dos Martires Salamanca and his work", Dominican Archives, 25 (Salamanca 2004), 113-126.
  • 30- "The Vincentian reformism peninsular in the context of his time", by Maria Jesus Fernandez Garcia - José Andrés López Pociña (Coords.), Gil Vicente: Luso-Spanish classic, Merida, Junta de Extremadura - Transboundary Initiatives Cabinet, 2004, 183-197.
  • 31- "El written legacy of Simon Rodrigues", in The Society of Jesus in the Iberian Peninsula in the sixteenth and seventeenth (Spirituality and Culture)”, Port, Faculty of Letters of the University of Porto, 2004, flight. I, 67-87.
  • 32- "Luis de Sousa and the Portuguese literary mannerism", Portuguese Studies, 4 (Salamanca 2004), 49-68.
  • 33- "The last confession of Jose Regio", in Studies Regianos, 12-13 (Vila do Conde 2004), 169-183. In collaboration with Prof. Dr. Marcos Angel of God.
  • 34- "Dominicans peninsular Jesuit friends: gestures and texts (1540-1580). I- In Portugal, Castile and Europe ", Dominican Archives, 26 (Salamanca 2005), 75-101.
  • 35- "The Luso-Spanish bilingualism in Brazil (1549-1600)”, en Gilberto Teles Mendonça (Coord.), Dialogues Iberoamerican, Rio de Janeiro, Eds. White Rooster, 2005, 212-234.
  • 36- "Portugal and the Portuguese in the writings of Pedro Fabro (1506-1546)”, Brotero, 160 (Lisbon 2005), 323-336.
  • 37- "Luis de Montoya and other Augustinian friends of the Jesuits in Portugal", The City of God, 218 (San Lorenzo de El Escorial 2005), 751-769.
  • 38- "Portuguese and Spanish in the sixteenth century Brazil around the Jesuits", Revista de Indias– C.S.I.C., 65 (Madrid 2005), 491-510.
  • 39- "The Portuguese and Portuguese in the work of Fray Luis", in Mariano del Prado (Coord.), Proceedings of the Commemorative Days of the V Centenary of the birth of Fray Luis de Granada, Cordova, CajaSur, 2005, 119-135.
  • 40- "Portugal in companies of San Francisco Javier", in Ignacio Arellano (Coord.), Sun, Apostle, Pilgrim, San Francisco Javier in its Centenary, Pamplona, Government of Navarra - Prince of Viana Institution, 2005, 123-139.
  • 41- "Biography of the seventeenth century Portuguese: Testing a corpus commented and annotated ", Portuguese Studies, 5 (Salamanca 2005), 171-194.
  • 42- "Andrés de Oviedo, Patriarch of Ethiopia ", Peninsula. Journal of Iberian Studies, 3 (Port 2006), 215-231.
  • 43- "Remembering Francis Xavier through his word", Supernatural Life, 86 (Salamanca 2006), 113-123.
  • 44- "Dominicans peninsular Jesuit friends: gestures and texts (1540-1580). II- In Aragon, in Andalusia and the Portuguese East ", Dominican Archives, 27 (Salamanca 2006), 117-142.
  • 45- "Biography Portuguese Xavier",Brotero, 163 (Lisbon 2006), 339-353.
  • 46- "Letters in times of dictatorship (1936-1974)”, one RELIPES. Linguistic and literary relations between Portugal and Spain since the early nineteenth century to the present, Covilhã, University of Beira Interior, 2007, 171-202.
  • 47- "Javier, Francisco "and" Rodriguez, Simon "in Dictionary of Ignatian Spirituality, you. by José García de Castro, collection "Manresa" No. 37-38, Bilbao-Santander, Courier-Sal Terrae, 2007: II, 1051-1054 and 1574-1577, respectively (2Edition corregida, November 2007).
  • 48- "A spiritual Castilian in Portugal: Luis Montoya, O.S.A. (1497-1569)”, Supernatural Life, 87 (Salamanca 2007), 369-385.
  • 49- "Spanish Lusitanistas (1940-1980)”, Marcos Angel of God in (Ed), Iberian Classroom (with. "Aquilafuente, nº 123), Salamanca, Eds. University of Salamanca, 53-75.
  • 50- "Torres Villarroel and Portugal", Marcos Angel of God in (Ed), Iberian Classroom (with. "Aquilafuente, nº 123), Salamanca, Eds. University of Salamanca, 323-334.
  • 51- “Gaspar Barzeo: the man and his writings ", Historicum Archivum Societatis Iesu, 77 (Rome 2008), 63-92.
  • 52- "The Training Portuguese Augustinian Tome of Jesus ", Supernatural Life, 88 (Salamanca 2008), 87-100.
  • 53- “D. Teotónio Bragança: From Ignatius Loyola Teresa of Jesus (Milestones of an itinerary)”, Monte Carmelo, 116 (Burgos 2008), 147-163.
  • 54- “Barzeo, Javier's best pupil ", in International Congress "The worlds of Javier", Pamplona, Government of Navarra, 2008, 135-158.
  • 55- "True Fr. Luís de Sousa, O.P. (c.1555-1632): The man and his legacy written ", Dominican Archives, 29 (Salamanca 2008), 227-262.
  • 56- "The Work of Jesus (c. 1581): ascetic and penitential itinerary ", Augustinian Journal, 49 (Guadarrama, Madrid 2008), 685-715.
  • 57- "Portuguese Augustinian wrote in Spanish (1550-1700)”, Marcos Angel of God in (Ed), Bilingual Classroom. Research and file Castilian as a literary language in Portugal, Salamanca, Luso-Spanish, 2008, 101-136.
  • 58- "Screening in Portugal of the Augustinians of Salamanca (sixteenth and seventeenth)”, Salamanca - Journal of Studies, 57 (Salamanca 2009), 13-28.
  • 59- "African Literature in Portuguese tongue: an overview ", Olga Barrios (Ed), Africaníssimo: A multidisciplinary approach to black African cultures, Madrid, And. Verbum, 2009, 257-270. Another expanded version was published as "African Literature in Portuguese: an updated overview ", Speculum. Journal of Literary Studies, 40 (Madrid in November 2008 - February 2009), magazine Complutense University. URL: http://www.ucm.es/info/especulo/numero40/liafropo.html.
  • 60- "A Tome of Jesus unpublished: Life of Fray Luis de Montoia (1Part: Chapters I-X)”, File Augustinian, 93 (Valladolid 2009), 161-203.
  • 61- "Some lines along Letters Antonio of Chagas', Supernatural Life, 89 (Salamanca 2009), 274-291.
  • 62- "Exercises and penance in the work of Tomé de Jesus", Your Spiritus, 16 (Port 2009-10), 81-105.
  • 63- "A Tome of Jesus unpublished: Life of Fray Luis de Montoia (2Part)”, Augustinian File, 94 (Valladolid 2010); 39-87.
  • 64- "A founder finisecular Catalan in Portugal: Henry de Osso ", Journal of the History of Ideas, 31 (Coimbra 2010), 219-255.
  • 65- "Simon Rodrigues, the Portuguese co-founder of the Society of Jesus and his relationship with Francisco de Borja ", Brotero, 171 (Lisbon 2010), 319-331.
  • 66- "The Society of Jesus in the life and work of John Baptist de la Concepción", Trinitarium, 19 (Madrid 2010), 5-36.
  • 67- “Mosén Sol y Portugal (1894-1901): a story of love and misunderstanding ", Lusitania Sacra, 2Serial No., 24-2 (Lisbon July-December 2011), 153-178.
  • 68-"Luso-Castilian Jesuits in Japan (1549-1640): Some typical cases ", Fernando Cid in Lucas (Coord.), Japan and the Iberian Peninsula: five centuries of encounters, Gijón, Satori Eds., 2011, 73-91.
  • 69- "John of Avila in the missions of the East" in M. Encarnación González Rodríguez (Ed), Among all, John of Avila. Praise the Holy Master in the environment he was proclaimed Doctor of the Universal Church, Madrid, LAC, 2011, 25-29.
  • 70- "Religious in Salamanca during the Bishops House and Valdés: cartography and international connections ", The City of God, 224 (San Lorenzo de El Escorial 2011), 435-482.
  • 71- "Francisco de Borja y Simão Rodrigues: Of peers face to face ", in Enrique García Hernán - M ª del Pilar Ryan (Eds.), Francisco de Borja and his time. Policy, Religion and Culture in the Modern Age, Valencia - Roma, Albatros EDS. - Institute of the Society of Jesus, the historical, 2011, 269-284.
  • 72.- "Francisco de Sousa and his East Conquered ", Matraga, 18, n.º 29 (State University of Rio de Janeiro, 2011), 87-111.
  • 73- "The consecrated life in Salamanca during the time of Bearded Old (1943-1964)”, Salmanticensis, 59 (Salamanca 2012), 243-289.
  • 74- "Bishops Dominicans in Portugal and its Empire (XVI-XX centuries)”, Dominican Archives, 33 (Salamanca 2012), 343-387.
  • 75- "Pedro Morejon: life, work and schedule a Jesuit transoceanic Castilian ", and J. Martínez Millán - H. Pizarro Llorente - E. Pablo Jimenez (Coords.), The Jesuits. Religion, politics and education (XVI-XVIII centuries), Madrid, Universidad Pontificia Comillas – IULCE, 2012, III, 1551-1572.
  • 76- "Bartolomeu dos Martires and Juan de Ribera: two generations in the Episcopate Iberian ", in Patriarch Bank International Congress and his time, Valencia, Institution Alfonso the Magnanimous - Council of Valencia, 2012, 63-79.

Published Work in Progress

  • 1- "Trinitarios between Portugal Spain: texts and contexts ", Stone Mountain (Ed), Bilingual Classroom – II. Research and file Castilian as a literary language in Portugal, Salamanca, Luso-Spanish, 2012.
  • 2- "The Mannerism Portuguese literary: spiritual prose ", in International Symposium "Latin American Baroque and Modernity". Pontifical University of Salamanca, 2013.
  • 3- "The Trinitarian Order in Portugal during the Modern Age", in International Congress of Religious Orders and Congregations, Lisbon 2013.
  • 4- Juan Alfonso de Polanco: Directories, book edited by José García de Castro, Bilbao – Santander, Messenger – Sal Terrae, Collection "Manresa", 2013.