This unit course is not available

Code: 51047
Field of Study: Literature
    1. Galician-Portuguese
    2. Rui de Pina
    3. King D. Duarte
Isabel Maria de Barros Dias
Área Científica: Literature.
E-mail: isabel.dias@uab.pt

Course Description:
Study of three literary forms and/or authors and/or works considered as significant in the context of medieval Portuguese literature. Topics, authors and/or works may change from year to year.

Students are expected to be able
• to use and apply concepts and theoretical frameworks relevant for the topics studied;
• to research and select information and contents, evaluating their relevance;
• to develop expression, synthesis, reflection and criticism competences.

I. Troubadour poetry
• Songs of love and friendship in Galician-Portuguese
II. Historiography: Rui de Pina
• The Chronicle of king D. Pedro by Rui de Pina
III. Technical and Teaching Treaties: king D. Duarte
• The Book 'Livro da Ensinança de Bem Cavalgar toda a sela' by D. Duarte

500 Cantigas d’Amigo (ed. de Rip Cohen), Lisboa, Campo das Letras, 2003
Ruy de Pina, Chronica d’el-Rei D. Diniz, Lisboa, 1912 – disponível online em: http://purl.pt/340/3/hg-34654-v_PDF/hg-34654-v_PDF_24-C-R0075/hg-34654-v_0000_capa1-capa2_t24-C-R0075.pdf
D. Duarte, Leal Conselheiro (ed. crítica de Maria Helena Lopes de Castro, prefácio de Afonso Botelho), Lisboa, IN-CM, 1999 (edição de 1842 disponível em http://www.archive.org/details/lealconselheiroo00duar )

BUESCU, Maria Leonor Carvalhão, Literatura Portuguesa Medieval, Lisboa, Universidade Aberta, 1990
MAGALHÃES, Isabel Allegro de (coord.), História e Antologia da Literatura Portuguesa I: séculos XIII-XV, Lisboa, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, 2007 - também disponível online: http://www.leitura.gulbenkian.pt/boletim_cultural/boletim_cultural.php?serie=HALP (nº 1, 2, 7 e 8)
TAVANI, Guiseppe e LANCIANI, Julia (org.), Dicionário da Literatura Medieval Galega e Portuguesa, Lisboa, Caminho, 1993
Note: Complementary readings will be recommended for each topic during the semester.

Online learning with continuous supervision favoring asynchronous communication (Moodle platform).
Students have to perform the tasks requested by the teacher: essays, critical recensions, reports, protocols, etc. All works will be evaluated and/or classified.

Workload (hours): 156
Contact Hours: 15

Continuous assessment is privileged: 2 or 3 digital written documents (e-folios) during the semester (40%) and a presence-based final exam (p-folio) in the end of the semester (60%).
In due time, students can alternatively choose to perform one final presence-based exam (100%).

To enroll in this course unit students are required to have successfully achieved Introduction to Literary Studies I. Also, before enrolling in the course unit Portuguese Literature IV, students are recommended to attend first to Portuguese Literature I.

Language(s) of Instruction: Portuguese.

Contact for virtual mobility students: Communication and International Relations Office – gcri@uab.pt