(Naples, 1950). Novelist, journalist, poet and translator of Ancient Hebrew and Yiddish. Among the literary awards he has received are the Prix France Culture (1994), the Prix Fémina Étranger for his work Montedidio (2002), the European Prize for Literature (2013) and the European Parliament’s European Book Prize (2016).
(Rocafort de Vallbona, 1943). Graduated in journalism and in law. He has been awarded the Quim Regàs prize for journalism, and in 2016, he won the Premio Josep Pla, an award celebrating Catalan literature, for his book Aquella porta giratòria. His other publications include La marinada sempre arriba (2014) and El que la terra m’ha donat (2017).
(Granada, 1958). Poet, novelist, essayist, professor of Spanish literature and, since July 2018, director of the Instituto Cervantes. He is a professor at the University of Granada, where he has held various positions, such as head of the Secretariat for University Extension.
(Boulogne-Billancourt, 1951). Journalist specializing in geopolitics, he has also published several works on international relations and has received six journalism awards, among them the Prix Albert Londres and the European Press Prize.
(Paris, 1956). PhD in Greek philosophy (Sorbonne University – Paris IV), she has worked under the direction of Pierre Aubenque and carried out research in Greece to study the concept of just measure in Aristotle.
(Granada, 1985). Law and political sciences graduate; specialist in international relations. She is the author of the novels Los combatientes (winner of the 2012 Premio INJUVE de Narrativa, awarded by the Spanish government’s Institute for Youth); Malas palabras; Terroristas modernos; and Lectura fácil (winner of the 2018 Premio Herralde de Novela, an annual literary prize awarded by Spanish publishing house Anagrama).
Isabel Muñoz (Barcelona, 1951). World-renowned photographer. She is known for platinum development techniques and extra-large formats, which she uses to strengthen her message of passion for the body as a means of approaching the study of human beings.
(Oviedo, 1966). Writer, Hellenist, professor, translator and filmmaker. He counts the title of Ambassador of Hellenism among the major awards he has received in recognition of his oeuvre and his efforts to promote Greek culture.
(Lorient, 1965). Senior lecturer in French literature at the Université Catholique de l’Ouest in Angers (France) and vice president of the Society of Camusian Studies, she is involved in promoting the work of the writer.