Last Saturday, October 2, 2021, the INEV 2020 Awards for Lluïs Alcanyis research and Manuela Solis i Claràs creation took place. The award ceremony was held at the Grup d'Accio Valencianista Premi Llealtat 2021 gala that was held at the La Hípica Valencia restaurant. The Lluïs Alcanyis research award went to Mr. Jesualt Masià Alamar for the work The identity conflict. Valencianism and Catalanism from the beginning of the 20th century to democracy and the Manuela Solis i Claràs creation prize went to Mr. Vicent Josep Escuder Bisbal for the work At the gates of UCRO.
The Institute of Valencian Studies will be present at the Denia Associations Fair thanks to the Roc Chabàs association. This is the first edition of this fair in which the Valencian association of Denia participates, which has invited various Valencian cultural associations to participate, from its stop.
The fair will take place on Saturday, October 2, on Calle de La Vía, from 10 in the morning to 8 in the afternoon. Citizens who come to the fair will be able to learn about the activities of the Roc Chabàs association and get copies of Renaiximent, its monthly newsletter.
The Language and Literature Section of the Institute of Valencian Studies publishes the work of its member Antoni Fontelles Fontestad. This work, with the title of Style and grammar in the discourse of the media, is a complete monographic treatise on the use of the Valencian language in the media. In this work, Fontelles has poured all his long professional experience in this field, to which he combines all the linguistic knowledge that he amasses as an intellectual dedicated for decades to the study of the Valencian language.
You can download the complete work at this link (only version in Valencian language): Estil i gramatica en el discurs dels mijos de comunicacio.
The Governing Board of the Institute of Valencian Studies wants to make public the following statement before the news that appeared on the protocol signed to elaborate a common regulation for the Valencian, Balearic and Catalan languages:
George Bernard Shaw said that "There is no better kept secret than the one everyone knows." I remember at a conference on environmental issues, one of the speakers, an American scientist, who was very impressed by the city of Valencia, lamented that we had the “best kept secret in Europe”. All Valencians know that the Holy Chalice is in our city. That the first novel in the world was written here and in Valencian. That the first expedition of Colon was financed by a Valencian. That we have natural spaces with a variety of fauna and flora unique on the planet. A sublime gastronomy beyond the omnipresent paella and so many other things that we believe that everyone outside our borders knows, due to its great importance, but it does not. Thinking that everyone knows what we have makes us not promote it. We sway in complacency and it ends up being a secret. We are that way.