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Yolanda Aixelà  

is a lecturer in Anthropology at the University of Alacant.

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in L'Espill
Francesc-Marc Álvaro 

is a journalist and columnist of La Vanguardia (Barcelona).

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in Serra d’or
Carme Arenas 

is a philologist and translator (Barcelona). 

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in L'Espill
Enric Balaguer  

is a lecturer of Catalan Literature at the University of Alacant. 

Albert Balcells 

is professor of Contemporary History at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in Idees
Sandra Balsells 

is a photojournalist and lecturer at the Blanquerna Communication Faculty in Barcelona. 

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Transversal
Miquel Barceló 

is professor of Medieval History at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. 

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in L'Espill
Victòria Camps 

is professor of Moral and Political Philosophy at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
 

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in L'Espill
Salvador Cardús 

is associate professor in Sociology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a journalist.

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Transversal
Antònia Carrè 

is a historian of the Catalan Literature and lecturer at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona). 

Margarida Casacuberta 

teaches Catalan Literature at the University of Girona. 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in L’Avenç
Anna Casassas  

is a translator (Barcelona). 

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in Rels
Jordi Casassas 

is professor of Contemporary History at the University of Barcelona.

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in Segle XX
Manuel Castells  

is a catalan literature lecturer at the University of California at Berkeley, and senior professor at the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona). 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in Idees
Adrià Chavarria 

is a philosopher and literary critic (Tortosa). 

Josep Maria Colomer 

is professor of Political Science at the University Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, a researcher at the CSIC and a member of the European Academy. 

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Via
Narcís Comadira 

is a poet, translator and painter (Barcelona). 

Transfer #05 2010
Victoria Combalía 

is an art critic (Barcelona). 

Eva Comas 

is a journalist and lecturer at the Ramon Llull University (Barcelona). 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in Idees
Rosa Congost 

is a historian and professor at the University of Girona. 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in L'Espill
Maria Josep Escrivà 

is a poet (Gandia).

Xavier Filella 

is a writer and critic (Barcelona). 

Xavier Fina 

is associate lecturer at the University of Barcelona and director of ICC, Cultural Consultants.
 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in Cultura
Ramon Folch 

is a biologist and socio-ecologist (Barcelona), general director of ERF. 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in L'Espill
Josep Fontana 
is a historian and emeritus professor at the University Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona). 
Transfer #01 2006 originally published in L'Espill
Manuel Forcano 

is a poet and translator (Barcelona). 

Transfer #03 2008
Antoni Furió 

is professor of Medieval History at the University of Valencia. 

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in L'Espill
M. Dolors Genovés 

is a journalist and a historian (Barcelona). 

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in Idees
Salvador Giner 

is a sociologist, professor at the University of Barcelona and president of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans. 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in Cultura
Josep Lluis Gómez Mompart 
is professor of Journalism at the University of Valencia.
Transfer #04 2009 originally published in L'Espill
Sílvia Gómez Soler  

teaches philosophy at a secondary school. 

Manuel Guerrero 

is writer and coordinator of the cultural center KRTU (Culture, Research, Technology, Universals) in Barcelona. 
 

Transfer #01 2006
Aitana Guia 

is currently a teaching assistant in History at York University, Toronto, Canada. 

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in L'Espill
Josep Guifreu 

is professor of Communication at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra. 

Julià Guillamon 

is a writer and literary critic (Barcelona).

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in L’Avenç
Transfer #03 2008
Gil-Manuel Hernàndez i Martí 

is a lecturer of Sociology at the University of València. 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in El Contemporani
M. Carme Junyent 

is a lecturer of General Linguistics at the University of Barcelona.

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in Els Marges
Cristina Junyent  

is a member of the Science in Society Foundation (Barcelona). 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in Mètode
Laila Karrouch 

is a writer and works as an assistant nurse at the Hospital General de Vic.

Jordi Llovet  

is professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Barcelona. 

Transfer #02 2007
Josep Maria Lluró 

is a historian and literary critic (Barcelona). 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in Transversal
Isidor Marí 

is a sociolinguist and lecturer of Humanities and Philology at the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona), and is a member of the Institut d’Estudis Catalans. 

Transfer #01 2006
Transfer #02 2007
Andreu Mayayo 

is professor of Contemporary History at the University of Barcelona. 

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in L’Avenç
Joan Melià 

is a lecturer in Sociolinguistics and Catalan language at Illes Balears University (Mallorca).
 

Imma Merino 

is a film critic (Barcelona). 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in L’Avenç
Joan Francesc Mira 
is a writer, anthropologist and professor of Greek and Classical Culture at Jaume I University (Castelló).
Transfer #01 2006 originally published in L'Espill
Transfer #04 2009 originally published in Via
Brauli Montoya 
is a sociolinguist and lecturer in Catalan Literature at the University of Alacant.
Gustau Muñoz 
is an essayist and editor at the University of Valencia. 
Josep Maria Muñoz 
is a historian and director of the journal L’Avenç. Transfer 4 originally published in L’Avenç 333.
 
Transfer #07 2012 originally published in L’Avenç
Transfer #04 2009 originally published in L’Avenç
Joaquim Molas 

is a historian of Catalan literature and emeritus professor of the Autonomous University of Barcelona. 

Jesús Navarro 

teaches Physics at the University of Valencia.

Joan Nogué 

is professor of Human Geography at the University of Girona. 

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in Mètode
Manel Ollé  

is a historian. He is a lecturer in Catalan Literature at the Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona, and a literary critic.

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in L’Avenç
Pilar Parcerisas 

is an art critic (Barcelona). 

Transfer #04 2009
Juli Peretó 

is associate lecturer in Biochemistry and member of the Cavanilles Institute for Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology at the University of Valencia. 

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in L'Espill
Xavier Pla 

is a lecturer in Catalan literature at the University of Girona. 

Transfer #03 2008
Rosa Planas 

is a writer and literary critic (Mallorca).

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Lluc
Damià Pons 

is writer and professor of Catalan Literature at the Illes Balears University (Mallorca). 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in Via
Manel Porcar  

is a researcher at the Cavanilles Insitute of Biodiversity and Evolutionary Biology, University of Valencia.

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Mètode
Transfer #05 2010 originally published in Mètode
Joan Prats 

is a political scientist and director of the International Centre on Governance, Barcelona. 

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in Via
Carme Puche 

is a journalist (Barcelona). 

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in Mètode
Pere Puigdomènech 

is a biologist and a physicist and researcher in molecular biology. 

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Mètode
Enric Pujol 

is a historian and journalist. 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in El Contemporani
Joaquim Rabaseda 
is a music and cinema critic (Barcelona). 
Susanna Rafart 

is a poet and literary critic (Barcelona). 

Antonio Ramírez 

is general director of La Central bookshops. 

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in L’Avenç
Joan Ramon Resina 

is professor of Spanish and Portuguese Literature and director of the Institute for Iberian Studies at the Stanford University. 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in L'Espill
Jordi Riba 

is associate professor at the Auntonomous University of Barcelona.

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in Mirmanda
Ignasi Ribó Labastida  

is a writer (Barcelona). 

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in El Contemporani
Mercè Rius 

is an assistant lecturer in Philosophy at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
 

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in L'Espill
Daniel Gamper 

is an assistant lecturer in Philosophy at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in Barcelona Metropolis
Sergi Rosell 

is lecturer of Philosophy at the University of Valencia.

Jordi Rourera 

is associate lecturer in Catalan Literature at the University of Barcelona.

Marta Rovira 

is a sociologist (Barcelona).

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in Idees
Ferran Sáez Mateu  

is an essayist and the director of the Institut d’Estudis Polítics of the Universitat Ramon Llull (Barcelona).
 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in Idees
Jordi Sales 
is professor of Philosophy at the University of Barcelona and former president of the Societat Catalana de Filosofia, Institut d'Estudis Catalans. 
Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Transversal
Josep Salvador 

works as a curator at the IVAM (Valencian Institute of Modern Art).
 

Transfer #02 2007
Jordi Sànchez 

is a lecturer Political Science at the University of Barcelona and is director of the Jaume Bofill Foundation.

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Idees
Sebastià Serrano 

is an essayist and a professor of General Linguistics at the University of Barcelona.
 

Transfer #01 2006 originally published in Mètode
Joan Carles Simó 

is a literary critic.

Simona Skrabec 


is an essayist and literary critic (Barcelona). 

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in L'Espill
Joan de Sola  

is a writer and critic (Barcelona). 

Queralt Solé 

is a historian and lecturer in Contemporary History at the University of Barcelona. 

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in Afers
Enric Sòria 

is a writer and lecturer at the Ramun Llull University in Barcelona. 

Llibert Tarragó 

is a journalist and publisher. Borja de Riquer is professor of Contemporary History at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
 

Transfer #03 2008
Adolf Tobeña 

is professor of Medical Psychology and Psychiatry at the Autonomous University of Barcelona.
 

Transfer #02 2007 originally published in Mètode
Pilar Vélez 

is an art historian and director of the Frederic Marès Museum of Barcelona.

Transfer #03 2008 originally published in L’Avenç
Pau Viciano 

is a historian and writer (Valencia). 

Vicenç Villatoro  Transfer #07 2012
Transfer #06 2011
Josep Ramoneda 

is a philosopher and journalist, director of the CCCB (Barcelona Contemporary Culture Centre)

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Cultura
Antoni Mora 

is a political philosopher (Madrid).

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in L'Espill
Giovanni C. Cattini 

is lecturer in Contemporary History at the University of Barcelona. Translation by Andrew Stacey

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Eines
Pere Antoni Pons 

Pere Antoni Pons is a writer and critic (Barcelona/Mallorca). Translation by Julie Wark

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Lluc
Felip Martí-Jufresa  

is professor of Philosophy at the École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Toulouse, France. Translation by Martin Jacques

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Mirmanda
Francesc Torralba 

is a philosopher and theologist, lecturer at the Ramon Llull University (Barcelona). Translation by Andrew Stacey

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Via
Jordi Busquet 

is lecturer of Sociology at the Ramon Llull University (Barcelona). Translation by Andrew Stacey

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Via
Lola Vallès  

is an anthropologist, head of Research and International Cooperation at the Institut de Seguritat Pública de Catalunya (Barcelona). Translation by Andrew Stacey

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Barcelona Metropolis
Manuel Castells 

is professor of Sociology and director of the Internet Interdisciplinary Institute, Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (Barcelona). Translation by Julie Wark

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Via
Juan Pedro Quiñonero 

is a writer and journalist (Paris). Translation by Andrew Spence

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in Via
Gerard Vilar  

is professor of Aesthetics and Theory of Art at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Martí Peran is lecturer of Theory of Art at the University of Barcelona. Translation by Andrew Spence

Transfer #06 2011 originally published in L'Espill
Helena Buffery 

is lecturer at Cork University. Her review appeared in the Bulletin of Spanish Studies 87 (2010)

Lluís Solà 

is a poet, translator and dramatist (Vic). Translation by Andrew Stacey

Oriol Farrés 

is lecturer of Philosophy at the University of Girona. Translation by Andrew Stacey

Enric Sullà 

is a philologist and writer, professor of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Translation by Andrew Stacey

Marilda Azulay 

is an architect and professor at the Universitat Politècnica de València. Translation by Andrew Stacey

Narcís Selles  

is an art historian and curator (Girona). Translation by Andrew Stacey

Arnau Pons 

is a writer and translator (Mallorca/Barcelona). Translation by D. Sam Abrams

Transfer #06 2011
Transfer #05 2010 originally published in L'Espill
Ferran Requejo 

is professor of Political Science at the Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona). Original in English

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in L'Espill
Joan-Carles Mèlich 

is a lecturer in Philosophy and Anthropology of Education at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. His article was first published as a chapter in Emparaular el món. El pensament antropològic de Lluís Duch (Barcelona, Fragmenta, 2011). Translation by Carla Ros

Transfer #07 2012
Ernest Reig 

is professor of Applied Economics at the University of Valencia. Translation by Fabiola Barraclough

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in Mètode
Carles Torner 

is a writer and poet (Barcelona), and is former director of Transfer. Translation by Andrew Spence

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in L'Espill
Transfer #02 2007
Transfer #03 2008
Transfer #04 2009
Transfer #05 2010
Llàtzer Moix 

is a journalist. He writes about architecture in the newspaper La Vanguardia (Barcelona). Translation by Andrew Spence

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in Via
Francesc Muñoz 

is professor of Geography at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Translation by Andrew Spence

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in Via
Josep Maria Montaner  

is an architect and professor of Theory of Architecture at the ETSAB-UPC (Barcelona). Original contribution. Translated by the author

Transfer #07 2012
Anna Vives 

is a teaching fellow in Catalan & Spanish at the School of Modern Languages, University of Leicester. Translation by Julie Wark

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in Lluc
Martí Peran 

is a lecturer of Theory of Art at the University of Barcelona. Translation by Tau Traduccions SL

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in Barcelona Metropolis
Juan José Lahuerta 

is an architect and professor of History of Art and Architecture at the ETSAB-UPC (Barcelona). Translation by Andrew Spence

Transfer #07 2012 originally published in L’Avenç
Joaquim Espinós 

is professor of Catalan Literature at the University of Alicante. Translation by Andrew Stacey

Xavier Filella 

is a historian and literary critic. Translation by Andrew Stacey

Jacobo Muñoz 

is an emeritus professor of Philosophy at the Complutense University of Madrid. Translation by Andrew Stacey

Vicenç Pagès Jordà 

is a writer (Barcelona). Translation by Andrew Stacey

Transfer #04 2009 originally published in L’Avenç
Carme Ferré 

is a lecturer on History of the Mass Media at the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Original contribution. Translation by Julie Wark

Transfer #07 2012
Jorge Wagensberg 

is a lecturer of Physics at the University of Barcelona and Scientific Director of the Fundació La Caixa, Barcelona. Translation by Fabiola Barraclough

Transfer #07 2012
Martí Sales 

is a musician and writer (Barcelona). Original contribution. Translation by Mara Faye Lethem

Transfer #07 2012
Josep Gifreu 

is professor of Contemporany History at the University of Barcelona.

Transfer #05 2010 originally published in Via
sobre Transfer

Transfer és una publicació anual en anglès, coeditada per l’Institut Ramon Llull (IRL) i Publicacions de la Universitat de València (PUV), que recull articles –prèviament publicats en català– dedicats als principals debats intel·lectuals del món contemporani.

El projecte tracta d’assolir un doble objectiu: d’entrada, l’objectiu general de promoure la difusió exterior del pensament contemporani d’expressió catalana, tot afavorint el diàleg dels autors d’aquí amb els d’altres països. En segon terme, l’objectiu més concret de donar suport a la projecció internacional d’aquelles publicacions periòdiques del domini lingüístic català que aposten per participar amb ambició i rigor en els debats d’idees del present.

Cada número de Transfer està il·lustrat amb obra gràfica (pintura o fotografia) d’un artista contemporani de prestigi. D’aquesta manera es busca que els textos i les imatges entrin en diàleg, i que la forma i el fons de la revista es reforcin mútuament. Els artistes són triats entre els noms més reconeguts del ric panorama artístic de les terres de parla catalana (Catalunya, País Valencià i les Illes Balears).

Els membres del consell editorial de la revista Transfer estan estretament vinculats a les revistes de pensament i cultura de l’àmbit lingüístic català. El consell editorial és el responsable de la tria dels articles que apareixen a cada número, i contribueix a orientar la línia editorial de la revista.

L’Institut Ramon Llull és un consorci integrat per la Generalitat de Catalunya, el Govern de les Illes Balears i l'Ajuntament de Barcelona que té com a finalitat la projecció i difusió exterior de la llengua i la cultura catalanes en totes les seves expressions.
Generalitat de Catalunya Govern de les Illes Balears Ajuntament de Barcelona
La Fundació Ramon Llull, està constituïda pel Govern d'Andorra, l'Institut Ramon Llull, el Consell General dels Pirineus Orientals, l'Alguer, Xarxa de municipis i entitats de les Illes Balears i la Xarxa de ciutats valencianes Ramon Llull, i té la seva seu a Andorra
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