University of Barcelona alumni

2017-08-01T00:24:02+03:00[Europe/Moscow] en true Pilar Rahola, Julián Herranz Casado, Carlos Barral, Xavier Miserachs, Peter Claver, Oriol Junqueras, Bernardo Atxaga, Valentí Almirall i Llozer, Miquel Crusafont i Pairó, Teresa Riera, Joan Laporta, Rafael Pujals, Jaume Sastre, Maravillas Rojo, Curt Wittlin, Juan Alberto Belloch, Ramon d'Abadal i de Vinyals, Joan Massagué Solé, Bonnie M. Anderson, Jordi Folch Pi, Antoni Abad, Joan Bastardas i Parera, Xavier Vernetta, Pepe Rubianes, Alicia Esteve Head, Fernando Ocariz, Anna Pujol Puigvehi, Gonzalo Giribet, Joan Roca i Caball, Jordi Canals, Manuel Ballester, Arantxa Urretabizkaia, Vera Pawlowsky-Glahn, Ramon Tremosa, Dolors Lamarca, Fina Miralles Nobell, Josep Maria Nadal i Farreras, Berta Serra Manzanares, Emilio J. Castilla, Teresa Forcades, Antoni Rubió i Lluch, Juan David García Bacca, Eudald Carbonell, Yosef Ben-Jochannan, Antoni Maria Badia i Margarit, Victoria Camps, Xavier Vilanova i Montiu, Josep Maria Vallès, Manuel Valls (composer), Manuel Delgado Ruiz, Guðbergur Bergsson, Valentin Fuster, Aldemaro Romero Jr., Joseph Oriol, Jaume Mora, Ricard Pérez Casado, Maria Mercè Marçal, Josep Maria Socías, Núria Albó, Marina Geli, Lola Martinez (broadcaster), Manuel Cardona, Salvador Brau, Josep Montserrat i Torrents, Rosendo Matienzo Cintrón, Harry Eyres, Mercedes Fernández-Martorell, Antonio Luna, Ricardo Israel flashcards University of Barcelona alumni
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  • Pilar Rahola
    (This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Rahola and the second or maternal family name is Martínez.) Pilar Rahola i Martínez (Catalan pronunciation: [piˈɫa rəˈɔɫə]) (Barcelona, October 21, 1958) is a Spanish journalist, writer, and former politician and MP.
  • Julián Herranz Casado
    Julián Herranz Casado (born 31 March 1930) is a Spanish Cardinal of the Catholic Church.
  • Carlos Barral
    Carlos Barral i Agesta (1928–1989) was a Spanish poet, considered (along with Jaime Gil de Biedma) to be one of the greatest poets of the so-called generation of the 1950s.
  • Xavier Miserachs
    Xavier Miserachs i Ribalta (Catalan pronunciation: [ʃəβiˈe mizəˈɾaɡz i riˈβaɫtə]; July 12, 1937 – August 14, 1998) was a Catalan photographer.
  • Peter Claver
    Saint Peter Claver, S.
  • Oriol Junqueras
    Oriol Junqueras i Vies (Catalan pronunciation: [uɾiˈɔɫ ʒuŋˈkeɾəz i ˈβi.əs]; 11 April 1969) is a Spanish historian and politician.
  • Bernardo Atxaga
    Bernardo Atxaga (born July 27, 1951) (pseudonym of Joseba Irazu Garmendia) is a Spanish Basque writer and self-translator.
  • Valentí Almirall i Llozer
    (This is a Catalan name. The first family name is Almirall and the second is Llozer.) Valentí Almirall i Llozer (Catalan pronunciation: [bəɫənˈti əɫmiˈɾaʎ]; Barcelona, 8 March 1841 – 1904) was a Catalan politician, considered one of the fathers of modern Catalan nationalism, and more specifically, of the left-winged nationalism.
  • Miquel Crusafont i Pairó
    Miquel Crusafont i Pairó (Sabadell, Catalonia 1910-1983) was a Catalan paleontologist, specializing in mammal bones.
  • Teresa Riera
    Teresa Riera Madurell (born 13 October 1950 in Barcelona) is a Spanish politician and Member of the European Parliament for the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, part of the Party of European Socialists.
  • Joan Laporta
    (This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Laporta and the second or maternal family name is Estruch.) Joan Laporta Estruch (Catalan pronunciation: [ʒuˈan ɫəˈpɔrtə]; born 29 June 1962) is a Spanish politician and former president of FC Barcelona between 2003 and 2010.
  • Rafael Pujals
    Rafael Pujals Cárdenas (ca. 1830 - 1889) was a late 19th-century Puerto Rican physician practicing in Ponce, Puerto Rico, that excelled as a civic leader.
  • Jaume Sastre
    Jaume Sastre i Font (Sant Joan, Mallorca, 16 May 1959) is a Spanish literature and Catalan language teacher in Mallorca.
  • Maravillas Rojo
    Maravillas Rojo Torrecilla (born November 9, 1950) is a Catalan politician.
  • Curt Wittlin
    Curt Wittlin (born 1941, Reinach, Baselland) is a Swiss philologist and an expert of medieval Catalan language and literature.
  • Juan Alberto Belloch
    Juan Alberto Belloch Julbe (born 1950) is a Spanish judge and socialist politician, who served in different cabinet posts.
  • Ramon d'Abadal i de Vinyals
    Ramon d'Abadal i de Vinyals (1888–1970) was a Catalan historian, politician and journalist.
  • Joan Massagué Solé
    Joan Massagué Solé (born April 30, 1953 in Barcelona), is a Spanish scientist.
  • Bonnie M. Anderson
    Bonnie M. Anderson is a veteran news reporter.
  • Jordi Folch Pi
    Jordi Folch Pi (March 25, 1911 – October 3, 1979) was a Catalan biochemist at Harvard University (McLean Hospital) who is recognized universally as one of the founders of the field of structural chemistry of complex lipids and as a leader in the development of Neurochemistry as a distinct discipline within the Neurosciences.
  • Antoni Abad
    Antoni Abad i Roses (born 1956 in Lleida) is a Spanish artist.
  • Joan Bastardas i Parera
    Joan Bastardas i Parera (Barcelona, 1919-2009) was a Catalan Latinist and Romance philologist, the son of the lawyer and politician Albert Bastardas i Sampere.
  • Xavier Vernetta
    Xavier Vernetta i Gallart (Barcelona, 11 October 1956) he is Catalan professor of literature, literary critic, translator and writer.
  • Pepe Rubianes
    José Rubianes Alegret, better known as Pepe Rubianes (2 September 1947 - 1 March 2009) was a Spanish actor and theater director, born in Galicia and brought up in Catalonia, specializing in mime, imitation and monologues.
  • Alicia Esteve Head
    Alicia Esteve Head (born July 31, 1973) is a Spanish woman who claimed to be a survivor of the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, under the name Tania Head.
  • Fernando Ocariz
    Fernando Ocáriz Braña is Vicar General of Opus Dei.
  • Anna Pujol Puigvehi
    Anna Pujol Puigvehí (born in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain, on August 16, 1947).
  • Gonzalo Giribet
    Gonzalo Giribet is a Spanish-American invertebrate zoologist and Alexander Agassiz Professor of zoology working on systematics and biogeography at the Museum of Comparative Zoology in Harvard University.
  • Joan Roca i Caball
    Joan Baptista Roca i Caball (1898–1976) was a Catalan Carlist and Christian-Democratic politician.
  • Jordi Canals
    Jordi Canals (born 1960 in Barcelona) is the Dean of IESE Business School – University of Navarra - since 2001, where he is also Professor of Economics and General Management.
  • Manuel Ballester
    Manuel Ballester Boix (born in Barcelona on June 27, 1919; died April 5, 2005) was an award-winning Spanish chemist.
  • Arantxa Urretabizkaia
    Arantxa Urretabizkaia Bejarano (born July 1, 1947), is a contemporary Basque writer, screenwriter and actress.
  • Vera Pawlowsky-Glahn
    Vera Pawlowsky-Glahn is a Spanish mathematician.
  • Ramon Tremosa
    Ramon Tremosa i Balcells (Barcelona, 30 June 1965) is an economist and Catalan politician, professor at the Department of Economic Theory at the University of Barcelona, where he obtained his Doctorate about the influence of macroeconomic policy in the catalan manufacture industry (1983 - 1995).
  • Dolors Lamarca
    Dolors Lamarca y Morell (Granollers, Vallès Oriental, 19 October 1943) is a Catalan librarian and philologist.
  • Fina Miralles Nobell
    Fina Miralles Nobell (born 27 September 1950 in Sabadell) is a Catalan artist who has worked with all types of media moving from conceptual art.
  • Josep Maria Nadal i Farreras
    Josep Maria Nadal i Farreras (born 1949, in Girona, Catalonia, Spain) is Professor of History of Language at the University of Girona.
  • Berta Serra Manzanares
    Berta Serra Manzanares (born 1958) is a Spanish poet and novelist.
  • Emilio J. Castilla
    Emilio J. Castilla is a Spanish academic.
  • Teresa Forcades
    Teresa Forcades i Vila, O.
  • Antoni Rubió i Lluch
    Antoni Rubió i Lluch (Valladolid 1856 – Barcelona 1937) was a Spanish-Catalan historian and intellectual who published in both Catalan and Spanish.
  • Juan David García Bacca
    Juan David García Bacca (Pamplona, June 26, 1901 - Quito, Ecuador, August 5, 1992), was a Spanish-Venezuelan philosopher and university professor.
  • Eudald Carbonell
    Eudald Carbonell i Roura (born 17 February 1953, Ribes de Freser, Girona) is a Spanish archaeologist, anthropologist and paleontologist.
  • Yosef Ben-Jochannan
    Yosef Alfredo Antonio Ben-Jochannan (/ˈbɛn ˈjoʊkənən/; December 21, 1918 – March 19, 2015), referred to by his admirers as "Dr.
  • Antoni Maria Badia i Margarit
    Antoni Maria Badia i Margarit (May 30, 1920 – November 16, 2014) was a Spanish Catalan linguist and philologist who has done studies on grammar and history of Catalan language.
  • Victoria Camps
    Victoria Camps (born 1941, Barcelona) is a Spanish philosopher and professor of ethics.
  • Xavier Vilanova i Montiu
    Xavier Vilanova I Montiu (Barcelona, 1 August 1902 - Paris, 8 May 1965) was a Catalan dermatologist.
  • Josep Maria Vallès
    Josep Maria Vallès i Casadevall (born July 1940 in Barcelona) is a Spanish academic and politician.
  • Manuel Valls (composer)
    Manuel Valls i Gorina (Catalan pronunciation: [mənuˈɛɫ ˈβaʎs]; 21 July 1920 – 1984) was a Catalan Spanish composer, pianist, music critic, and music educator.
  • Manuel Delgado Ruiz
    Manuel Delgado Ruiz (b. Barcelona, 1956) is a Catalan anthropologist.
  • Guðbergur Bergsson
    Guðbergur Bergsson is an Icelandic writer born in Grindavík on 16 October 1932.
  • Valentin Fuster
    Valentín Fuster, 1st Marquis of Fuster (born 1943 in Barcelona, Spain) is a Spanish cardiologist.
  • Aldemaro Romero Jr.
    Aldemaro Romero Jr.
  • Joseph Oriol
    Saint Joseph Oriol (José Orioli) (Catalan: Sant Josep Oriol) (23 November 1650 – 23 March 1702) was a Spanish Roman Catholic priest now venerated as a saint in the Roman Catholic Church who is called the "Thaumaturgus of Barcelona".
  • Jaume Mora
    Jaume Mora is a Catalonian physician and researcher specialized in pediatric cancer.
  • Ricard Pérez Casado
    Ricard Pérez Casado (Valencia, Spain, 27 October 1945) is a Spanish politician and former mayor of Valencia who belongs to the governing Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE).
  • Maria Mercè Marçal
    Maria Mercè Marçal i Serra (November 13, 1952 – July 5, 1998) was a Catalan poet, professor, writer and translator.
  • Josep Maria Socías
    Josep María Socías i Humbert (23 August 1937 – 3 November 2008) was a Spanish lawyer and politician.
  • Núria Albó
    Núria Albó i Corrons (born in 1930) is a Spanish writer, teacher, and politician.
  • Marina Geli
    Marina Geli i Fàbrega (b. in Sant Gregori. 12 September 1958) was the health minister of the Generalitat de Catalunya from 2003 to 2010.
  • Lola Martinez (broadcaster)
    Lola Martinez is a weather anchor on CNN International.
  • Manuel Cardona
    Manuel Cardona Castro (7 September 1934 – 2 July 2014) was a physicist.
  • Salvador Brau
    Salvador Brau y Asencio (January 11, 1842 – November 5, 1912) was a Puerto Rican journalist, poet, writer.
  • Josep Montserrat i Torrents
    Josep Montserrat i Torrents (Barcelona, 1932) is a teacher, philosopher, Coptic scholar and historian.
  • Rosendo Matienzo Cintrón
    Rosendo Matienzo Cintrón (April 22, 1855 – December 13, 1913) was a Puerto Rican lawyer and politician, a member of the Puerto Rican House of Representatives, and a lifelong political contrarian.
  • Harry Eyres
    Harry Eyres (born 1958 in London, England) is a journalist, writer and poet.
  • Mercedes Fernández-Martorell
    Mercedes Fernández-Martorell (born Barcelona, 25 November 1948) is a Spanish writer and famous anthropologist.
  • Antonio Luna
    Antonio Novicio Luna (29 October 1866 – 5 June 1899), an Ilocano born in Manila, was a Filipino general who fought in the Philippine–American War.
  • Ricardo Israel
    Ricardo Jacob Israel Zipper (born 7 October 1950) is a Chilean lawyer and academician.