List of members of the Real Academia Española

List of members of the Real Academia Española

This article privides a list of all full members ("académicos de número"), past and present, of the Real Academia Española, the Spanish language regulator institution, as of July 1, 2006. Each member is elected for life by the rest of the academicians from among prestigious Spanish-language authors. Each academician has a seat assigned, labelled with a letter of the Spanish alphabet (distinguishing upper case and lower case).

A seat

* Juan Manuel Fernández Pacheco, marquis of Villena, fundador and first director of the Academy, 1713-1725.
* Tomás Pascual de Azpeitia, 1726-1750.
* José Abreu, marquis of la Regalía, 1750-1775.
* Antonio Tavira y Almazán , 1775-1807.
* Eugenio de la Peña, 1807-1813.
* Eugenio de Tapia, 1814-1860.
* Severo Catalina del Amo, 1860-1871.
* Agustín Pascual, 1871-1884.
* Luis Pidal, marquis of Pidal, 1884-1913.
* Juan Menéndez Pidal, 1914-1915.
* Mariano de Cavia, 1920. He did not hold office..
* Adolfo Bonilla y San Martín, 1921-1926.
* Vicente García de Diego, 1926-1978.
* Manuel Seco Reymundo, since 1980

B seat

* Juan Ferreras, founder academician, 1713-1735.
* Jacinto de Mendoza, 1735-1747.
* García de Montoya, 1747-1759.
* Juan Trigueros, 1759-1777.
* Vicente Gutiérrez de los Ríos, 1777-1779.
* Francisco Capilla, 1779-1780.
* Manuel Uriarte de la Hoz, 1780-1798.
* Joaquín Juan Flores, 1798-1812.
* Juan Meléndez Valdés, 1812-1814.
* Agustín de Silva, duke of Híjar, 1814-1817.
* José de Bucareli, 1817-1830.
* Eugenio de Guzmán, count of Montijo, 1833-1834.
* Manuel Bretón de los Herreros, 1840-1873.
* Eduardo Saavedra, 1878-1912.
* Ricardo León y Román, 1915-1943.
* Narciso Alonso Cortés, 1946-1972.
* Emilio Alarcos Llorach, 1973-1998.
* Fernando Fernán Gómez, 2000-2007, actor

C seat

* Gabriel Álvarez de Toledo, founder academician, 1713-1714.
* Alonso Rodríguez Castañón, 1714-1725.
* Andrés Fernández Pacheco, marquis of Villena, 1725-1746.
* Francisco Antonio de Angulo, 1746-1775.
* Manuel de Lardizábal y Uribe, 1775-1814.
* Francisco Martínez de la Rosa, 1820-1862.
* Luis González Bravo, 1863-1871.
* Antonio Benavides, 1872-1884.
* Cristino Martos, 1893. He didn’t hold office..
* Miguel Colmeiro, 1893-1901.
* José María Asensio, 1904-1905.
* Antonio Fernández Grilo, 1906. He didn’t hold office..
* Juan Vázquez de Mella, 1928. He didn’t hold office..
* Ramón Pérez de Ayala, 1962. He didn’t hold office..
* Luis Rosales Camacho, 1964-1992.
* Luis Goytisolo Gay, since 1995

D seat

* Andrés González Barcia, founder academician, 1713-1743.
* Antonio Ventura de Prado, 1743-1754.
* Fernando Magallón, 1754-1781.
* Enrique Ramos, 1781-1797.
* Martín Fernández de Navarrete, 1797-1844.
* Manuel López Cepero, 1847-1858.
* Pedro Felipe Monlau, 1859-1871.
* Emilio Castelar, 1880-1899.
* Jacinto Octavio Picón, 1900-1923.
* José Francos Rodríguez, 1924-1931.
* Niceto Alcalá-Zamora, 1931-1949.
* Melchor Fernández Almagro, 1951-1966.
* Alonso Zamora Vicente, 1967-2006.

E seat

* Juan Interián de Ayala, founder academician, 1713-1730.
* Casimiro Ustáriz, 1730-1751.
* Ignacio de Luzán, 1751-1754.
* Javier de Aguirre, marquis of Montehermoso, 1754-1763.
* Pedro Rodríguez de Campomanes, 1763-1802.
* Antonio Ranz Romanillos, 1802-1830.
* José del Castillo y Ayensa, 1830-1861.
* Ramón de Campoamor, 1861-1901.
* José Ortega Munilla, 1902-1922.
* Joaquín Álvarez Quintero, 1925-1944.
* Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena, marquis of Luca de Tena, 1946-1975.
* Gonzalo Torrente Ballester, 1977-1998.
* Carmen Iglesias, since 2002.

F seat

* Bartolomé Alcázar, Societatis Iesu [http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bartolome_de_Alcazar|link] , founder academician, 1713-1721.
* Lorenzo Folch de Cardona, 1724-1731.
* Carlos de la Reguera, 1731-1742.
* Agustín de Montiano y Luyando, 1742-1764.
* Felipe Samaniego, 1764-1796.
* Manuel Valbuena, 1796-1821.
* Cándido Beltrán de Caicedo, 1822-1826.
* José Musso y Valiente, 1831-1838.
* Ventura de la Vega, 1845-1865.
* Cayetano Fernández, 1871-1901.
* Juan Antonio Cavestany, 1902-1924.
* Eduardo Gómez de Baquero, 1925-1929.
* Ignacio Bolívar, 1931-1944.
* Emilio Fernández Galiano, 1948-1953.
* Julio Rey Pastor, 1953-1962.
* Manuel Halcón Villalón-Daoiz, marquis of Villar de Tajo, 1962-1989.
* José Luis Sampedro Sáez, since 1991, economist and writer

G seat

* José Casani, founder academician, 1713-1750.
* José Carrasco, 1750-1768.
* Tomás Antonio Sánchez, 1768-1802.
* José Antonio Conde, 1802-1814. He changed to N seat in 1818.
* Juan Pérez Villamil, 1814-1824.
* Vicente González Arnao, 1831-1845.
* Patricio de la Escosura, 1847-1878.
* Emilio Alcalá Galiano, count of Casa-Valencia, 1879-1914.
* Pedro de Novo y Colson, 1915-1931.
* Eduardo Marquina, 1931-1946.
* José María de Cossío y Martínez Fortún, 1948-1977.
* Manuel Díez Alegría, 1980-1987.
* José María de Areilza y Martínez-Rodas, count of Motrico, 1987-1998.
* José Hierro, 2002. He didn’t hold office..
* José Manuel Sánchez Ron, since 2003.

H seat

* Antonio Dongo Barnuevo, founder academician, 1713-1722.
* Juan Isidro Fajardo, 1723-1726.
* Pedro Serrano Varona, 1727-1738.
* Pedro González, 1738-1758.
* Juan Chindurza, 1758-1763.
* Miguel Pérez Pastor, 1763-1763.
* Bernardo de Iriarte, 1763-1814.
* José Munárriz, 1814-1830.
* Alberto Lista, 1833-1848.
* José Zorrilla. He didn’t hold office and his seat was considered vacant. He was nominated again for L seat in 1885.
* Fermín de la Puente y Apezechea, 1850-1875.
* Pedro Antonio de Alarcón, 1877-1881.
* Francisco Asenjo Barbieri, 1892-1894.
* Segismundo Moret y Prendergast, 1894-1913. He didn’t hold office..
* Serafín Álvarez Quintero, 1920-1938.
* Federico García Sanchiz, 1941-1964.
* Martín de Riquer Morera, count of Casa Dávalos, since 1965.

I seat

* Francisco Pizarro, marquis of San Juan, 1713-1736.
* José Torrero y Marzo, 1736-1763.
* Gaspar de Montoya, 1763-1801.
* Francisco Patricio Berguizas, 1801-1810.
* Diego Clemencín, 1814-1834.
* Jerónimo del Campo, 1839-1861.
* Juan Valera, 1862-1905.
* Santiago Ramón y Cajal, 1934. He didn’t hold office..
* Blas Cabrera y Felipe, 1936-1945.
* Gerardo Diego Cendoya, 1948-1987.
* Claudio Rodríguez García, 1992-1999.
* Luis Mateo Díez, since 2001.

J seat

* José de Solís y Gante, duke of Montellano, 1713-1763.
* Vicente de Vera, duke of la Roca, 1763-1813.
* Manuel José Quintana, 1814-1857.
* Leopoldo Augusto de Cueto, marquis of Valmar, 1858-1901.
* Juan José Herranz y Gonzalo, count of Reparaz, 1902-1912.
* Augusto González Besada, 1916-1919.
* Julio Casares Sánchez, 1921-1964.
* Luis Ceballos Fernández de Córdoba, 1965-1967.
* Antonio Tovar Llorente, 1968-1985.
* Francisco Morales Nieva, since 1990.

K seat

* Vincencio Squarzafigo Centurión y Arriola, 1713-1737.
* Francisco Manuel de Mata Linares, 1737-1780.
* Juan Pablo de Aragón y Azlor, duke of Villahermosa, 1780-1790.
* Antonio Porlier, marquis of Bajamar, 1790-1813.
* José Vargas Ponce, 1814-1821.
* Juan Bautista Arriaza, 1829-1837.
* Mariano Roca de Togores, marquis of Molins, 1841-1889.
* Francisco Silvela, 1893-1905.
* Cristóbal Pérez Pastor, 1908. He didn’t hold office..
* Andrés Mellado y Fernández, 1909-1913.
* Francisco Fernández de Bethencourt, 1914-1916.
* Juan Armada y Losada, marquis of Figueroa, 1918-1932.
* Gregorio Marañón, 1934-1960, medical doctor and historian
* Samuel Gili Gaya, 1961-1976.
* Miguel Mihura Santos, 1977, playwright. He didn’t hold office.
* Carmen Conde Abellán, 1979-1996.
* Ana María Matute, since 1998, writer

L seat

* Adrián Conink, 1713-1728.
* Diego Suárez de Figueroa, 1728-1743.
* Manuel Villegas y Oyarvide, 1743-1746.
* Francisco de la Huerta y Vega, 1746-1752.
* Pedro de Guzmán, duke of Medinasidonia, 1752-1779.
* José Guevara Vasconcelos, 1779-1804.
* Vicente González Arnao, 1804. He changed to G seat in 1831.
* José Gabriel de Silva Bazán, marquis of Santa Cruz, 1814-1839.
* Bernardino Fernández de Velasco, duke of Frías, 1839-1851.
* José Caveda, 1852-1882.
* José Zorrilla, 1885-1893.
* Ceferino González, 1894. He didn’t hold office..
* Cipriano Muñoz y Manzano, count of la Viñaza, 1895-1933.
* Ramiro de Maeztu, 1935-1936.
* Eugenio Montes, 1978-1982.
* Juan Rof Carballo, 1984-1994.
* Mario Vargas Llosa, since 1996.

M seat

* Juan de Villademoros Rico y Castrillón, 1713-1723.
* Miguel Perea, 1724-1747.
* Antonio Gaspar de Pinedo, 1747-1756.
* Jerónimo Puig, 1756-1763.
* Pedro Francisco de Luján y Silva, duke of Almodóvar, 1763-1794.
* Juan Crisóstomo Ramírez Alamanzón, 1794-1814.
* José Duaso, 1814-1849.
* Javier de Quinto, count of Quinto, 1850-1860.
* Francisco Cutanda, 1861-1875.
* Tomás de Corral y Oña, marquis of San Gregorio, 1879-1882.
* Marcelino Aragón y Azlor, duke of Villahermosa, 1884-1888.
* Francisco Commelerán, 1890-1919.
* Emilio Gutiérrez-Gamero y Romate, 1920-1936.
* Salvador de Madariaga, 1976-1978.
* Carlos Bousoño Prieto, since 1980.

N seat

* Vicente Bacallar, marquis of San Felipe, founder academician 1713-1726.
* Francisco Antonio Zapata, 1726-1754.
* José de Rada y Aguirre, 1754-1760.
* Vicente García de la Huerta, 1760-1787.
* Pío Ignacio Lamo y Palacios, count of Castañeda, 1787-1818.
* José Antonio Conde, 1818-1820.
* Ramón Cabrera, 1820-1833.
* Eusebio María del Valle, 1836-1867.
* Frutos Saavedra Meneses, 1868. He didn’t hold office.
* Salustiano de Olózaga, 1871-1873.
* León Galindo y de Vera, 1875-1889.
* Benito Pérez Galdós, 1897-1920.
* Leonardo Torres Quevedo, 1920-1936.
* Manuel Machado y Ruiz, 1936-1947.
* Francisco Javier Sánchez Cantón, 1949-1971.
* Torcuato Luca de Tena Brunet, marquis of Luca de Tena, 1973-1999.
* Guillermo Rojo, since 2001.

O seat

* Gonzalo Machado, 1714-1732.
* Diego de Villegas y Saavedra Quevedo, 1733-1751.
* José de Carvajal y Lancáster, 1751-1774.
* Fernando de Silva Álvarez de Toledo, duke of Alba, 1774-1776.
* José Bazán de Silva y Sarmiento, marquis of Santa Cruz, 1776-1802.
* Manuel Abella, 1802-1817.
* Ramón Chimioni, 1817-1818.
* Agustín García de Arrieta, 1818-1835.
* Juan González Cabo-Reluz, 1841-1858.
* Manuel Tamayo y Baus, 1859-1898.
* Emilio Ferrari, 1905-1907, poet
* Melchor de Palau, 1908-1910.
* Julián Ribera y Tarragó, 1912-1934.
* Salvador Bermúdez de Castro, marquis of Lema, 1935-1945.
* Félix de Llanos y Torriglia, 1945-1949.
* Vicente Aleixandre, 1950-1984, poet
* Pere Gimferrer Torrens, since 1985, poet

P seat

* Jerónimo Pardo, 1714-1740.
* Alonso Verdugo de Castilla, count of Torrepalma, 1740-1767.
* Ignacio de Hermosilla, 1767-1802.
* Casimiro Flórez Canseco, 1802-1816.
* Agustín José Mestre, 1817-1836.
* Antonio Gil y Zárate, 1841-1861.
* Antonio García Gutiérrez, 1862-1884.
* Miguel Mir, 1886-1912.
* Juan Navarro Reverter, 1914-1924.
* José Martínez Ruiz, 1924-1967.
* Guillermo Díaz-Plaja Contestí, 1967-1984.
* Julio Caro Baroja, 1986-1995, anthropologist
* Ángel González Muñiz, 1997-2008, poet

Q seat

* Mercurio Antonio López Pacheco, marquis of Villena, 1714-1738.
* Juan López Pacheco, marquis of Villena, 1739-1751.
* Martín de Ulloa, 1751-1787.
* Antonio Porcel, 1787-1832.
* Juan Nicasio Gallego, 1833-1853.
* Antonio Ferrer del Río, 1853-1872.
* Antonio Arnao, 1873-1889.
* Francisco Fernández y González, 1894-1917.
* Fidel Fita, 1918. He didn’t hold office..
* Javier Ugarte, 1918-1919.
* Manuel Linares Rivas, 1921-1938.
* Rafael Estrada y Arnáiz, 1945-1956.
* Camilo José Cela y Trulock, marquis of Iria Flavia, 1957-2002, novelist
* Carlos Castilla del Pino, since 2004, neurologist, psychiatrist, essayist

R seat

* Juan Curiel, 1714-1775.
* Antonio Mateos Murillo, 1775-1791.
* Ramón Cabrera, 1791. He changed to N seat in 1820.
* José Miguel de Carvajal y Vargas Manrique de Lara, duke of San Carlos, 1814-1828.
* Javier de Burgos, 1830-1848.
* Juan Donoso Cortés, marquis of Valdegamas, 1848-1853.
* Rafael María Baralt, 1853-1860.
* Tomás Rodríguez y Díaz Rubí, 1860-1890.
* Antonio María Fabié, 1891-1899.
* Ángel María Dacarrete, 1904. He didn’t hold office..
* José Canalejas y Méndez, 1912. He didn’t hold office..
* Enrique Aguilera y Gamboa, marquis of Cerralbo, 1922. He didn’t hold office..
* Juan Gualberto López-Valdemoro y de Quesada, count of las Navas, 1924-1935.
* Enrique Díez-Canedo, 1935-1944.
* Luis Martínez Kleiser, 1944-1971.
* Fernando Lázaro Carreter, 1972-2004.
* Javier Marías, elected, he didn’t hold office yet.

seat

* Luis Curiel, 1714-1724.
* Tomás de Montes y Corral, 1724-1744.
* Tiburcio de Aguirre Salcedo, 1744-1767.
* José Vela, 1767-1800.
* Francisco Martínez Marina, 1800-1833.
* Marcial Antonio López, baron of La Joyosa, 1836-1857.
* Manuel Cañete, 1858-1891.
* Santiago de Liniers, count of Liniers, 1891-1908.
* José Alemany y Bolufer, 1909-1934.
* Wenceslao Fernández Flórez, 1945-1964.
* Julián Marías, 1965-2005, philosopher and essayist

T seat

* Jaime de Solís, 1714-1720.
* Pedro Manuel de Azevedo, 1721-1734.
* Lope Hurtado de Mendoza, 1734-1747.
* Ignacio de Ceballos, 1747-1784.
* José Miguel de Flores, 1784-1790.
* Pedro Téllez Girón, duke of Osuna, 1790-1808.
* Demetrio Ortiz, 1808-1845.
* Félix Torres Amat, 1847-1847.
* Jaime Balmes, 1848. He didn’t hold office..
* José Joaquín de Mora, 1848-1864.
* Antonio de los Ríos y Rosas, 1871-1873.
* Gaspar Núñez de Arce, 1873-1903.
* Eduardo de Hinojosa, 1904-1919.
* Manuel de Sandoval, 1920-1932.
* Miguel de Unamuno, 1936. He didn’t hold office..
* Isidro Gomá y Tomás, archbishop of Toledo, 1940. He didn’t hold office..
* Manuel Gómez-Moreno, 1942-1970.
* Carlos Clavería Lizana, 1972-1974.
* Manuel Alvar López, 1975-2001.
* Arturo Pérez Reverte, since 2003, journalist and novelist

U seat

* Manuel de Fuentes, 1714-1716.
* José Montealegre y Andrade, marquis of Salas, 1720-1771.
* Benito Bails, 1777-1797.
* Juan de Sahagún de la Mata, count of El Carpio, 1797-1801.
* Nicasio Álvarez de Cienfuegos, 1801-1809.
* Lorenzo de Carvajal, 1814-1830.
* Juan Pablo Pérez Caballero, 1830-1836.
* Mateo Seoane, 1841-1870.
* Manuel Silvela, 1871-1892.
* Francisco García Ayuso, 1894-1897.
* Isidoro Fernández-Flórez, 1898-1902.
* Antonio Maura y Montaner, 1903-1925.
* Leopoldo Eijo Garay, 1927-1963.
* Alfonso García Valdecasas y García Valdecasas, 1965-1993.
* Eduardo García de Enterría y Martínez-Carande, since 1994.

V seat

* Manuel Villegas Piñateli, 1714-1752.
* Javier Arias Dávila y Centurión, count of Puñonrostro and marquis of Casasola, 1752-1783.
* Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos, 1783-1811.
* Tomás González Carvajal, 1814-1833.
* Joaquín Ignacio Mencos y Manso de Zúñiga, count of Guenduláin, 1841-1882.
* Alejandro Pidal y Mon, 1883-1913.
* Miguel Echegaray, 1916-1927.
* Antonio Machado y Ruiz, 1939. He didn’t hold office..
* Emilio García Gómez, 1945-1995.
* Juan Luis Cebrián Echarri, since 1997, journalist

X seat

* Pedro Verdugo de Albornoz Ursúa, count of Torrepalma, 1715-1720.
* Fernando de Bustillos y Azcona, 1721-1730.
* Manuel Pellicer de Velasco, 1730-1733.
* Blas Antonio de Nasarre, 1733-1751.
* José Velasco, 1751-1767.
* Juan de Aravaca, 1767-1786.
* Diego Antonio Rejón de Silva, 1786-1796.
* Joaquín Lorenzo Villanueva, 1796-1837.
* Jerónimo de la Escosura, 1844-1855.
* Aureliano Fernández-Guerra y Orbe, 1860-1894.
* Eugenio Sellés y Ángel, marquis of Gerona, 1895-1926.
* Rafael Sánchez Mazas, 1966. He didn’t hold office..
* Antonio Rodríguez Moñino, 1968-1970.
* Antonio Buero Vallejo, 1972-2000, playwright
* Francisco Brines, since 2006, poet

Z seat

* Pedro Scotti de Agóiz, 1715-1728.
* Miguel Gutiérrez de Valdivia, 1728-1747.
* Juan de Iriarte, 1747-1771.
* Pedro de Silva y Sarmiento, 1771-1808.
* Francisco Antonio González, 1808-1833.
* José de la Revilla, 1839-1859.
* Cándido Nocedal, 1859-1885.
* Eduardo Benot, 1889-1907.
* José Rodríguez Carracido, 1908-1928.
* Agustín González de Amezúa y Mayo, 1929-1956.
* Agustín de Foxá y Torroba, count of Foxá, 1959. He didn’t hold office..
* Salvador Fernández Ramírez, 1960-1983.
* Francisco Ayala y García-Duarte, since 1984.

a seat

* Juan de La Pezuela y Ceballos, count of Cheste, 1847-1906.
* Antonio Hernández y Fajarnés, 1909-1909.
* Leopoldo Cano y Masas, 1910-1934.
* Pío Baroja, 1935-1956.
* Juan Antonio de Zunzunegui y Loredo, 1960-1982.
* Elena Quiroga de Abarca, 1984-1995.
* Domingo Ynduráin Muñoz, 1997-2003.
* Pedro García Barreno, elected, he didn’t hold office yet.

b seat

* Joaquín Francisco Pacheco, 1847-1865.
* José de Selgas y Carrasco, 1874-1882.
* Víctor Balaguer, 1883-1901.
* Ramón Menéndez Pidal, 1902-1968.
* Vicente Enrique y Tarancón, 1970-1994.
* Eliseo Álvarez-Arenas Pacheco, since 1996.

c seat

* Ángel Saavedra, duke of Rivas, 1847-1865.
* Antonio Cánovas del Castillo, 1867-1897.
* Daniel de Cortázar, 1899-1927.
* Amalio Gimeno, count of Gimeno, 1927-1936.
* Pedro Sáinz Rodríguez, 1979-1986.
* Manuel Fernández-Galiano Fernández, 1988. He didn’t hold office.
* Ricardo Gullón, 1990-1991.
* Víctor García de la Concha, since 1992.

d seat

* Agustín Durán, 1847-1862.
* Enrique Ramírez de Saavedra y de Cueto, duke of Rivas, 1863-1914.
* Miguel Asín Palacios, 1919-1944.
* Dámaso Alonso, 1948-1990.
* Francisco Rodríguez Adrados, since 1991.

e seat

* Ramón de Mesonero Romanos, 1847-1882.
* José Echegaray, 1894-1916.
* Julio Burell, 1919. He didn’t hold office.
* Gabriel Maura y Gamazo, duke of Maura, 1920-1963.
* Julio Guillén Tato, 1963-1972.
* Miguel Delibes Setién, since 1975, novelist

f seat

* Antonio Alcalá Galiano, 1847-1865.
* Adelardo López de Ayala y Herrera, 1870-1879.
* Gabino Tejado, 1881-1891.
* Federico Balart, 1905. He didn’t hold office.
* Valentín Gómez, 1907-1907.
* Luis Coloma, 1908-1915.
* Wenceslao Ramírez de Villa-Urrutia, marquis of Villa-Urrutia, 1916-1933.
* Miguel Artigas, 1935-1947.
* Carlos Martínez de Campos, duke of La Torre, 1950-1975.
* Manuel de Terán Álvarez, 1977-1984.
* Jesús Aguirre y Ortiz de Zárate, duke of Alba, 1986-2001.
* Luis Ángel Rojo, since 2003, economist

g seat

* Pedro José Pidal, marquis of Pidal, 1847-1865.
* Antonio Aparisi y Guijarro, 1872. He didn’t hold office..
* José Godoy Alcántara, 1875. He didn’t hold office..
* Vicente Barrantes, 1876-1898.
* Raimundo Fernández Villaverde, marquis of Pozo Rubio, 1902-1905.
* Francisco Rodríguez Marín, 1907-1943.
* Esteban Terradas Illa, 1946-1950.
* Julio Palacios Martínez, 1953-1970.
* Antonio Colino López, since 1972.

h seat

* Eugenio de Ochoa, 1847-1872.
* Luis Fernández-Guerra y Orbe, 1873-1890.
* Manuel del Palacio, 1894-1906.
* Francisco Codera y Zaidín, 1910-1917.
* Carlos María Cortezo, 1918-1933.
* Tomás Navarro Tomás, 1935-1979.
* Emilio Lorenzo Criado, 1981-2002.
* José Manuel Blecua, since 2006.

i seat

* Antonio María Segovia, 1847-1874.
* Pedro de Madrazo y de Kuntz, 1881-1898.
* Emilio Cotarelo y Mori, 1900-1936.
* José María Pemán y Pemartín, 1939-1981.
* José García Nieto, 1983-2001.
* Margarita Salas Falgueras, since 2003.

j seat

* Alejandro Oliván, 1847-1878.
* Mariano Catalina, 1881-1913.
* Manuel de Saralegui y Medina, 1914-1926.
* Jacobo Fitz-James Stuart Falcó Portocarrero y Osorio, duke of Berwick and of Alba, 1943-1953.
* Pedro Laín Entralgo, 1954-2001.
* Álvaro Pombo y García de los Ríos, since 2004.

k seat

* Nicomedes Pastor Díaz, 1847-1863.
* Isaac Núñez de Arenas, 1863-1869.
* Francisco de Paula Canalejas, 1869-1883.
* José de Castro y Serrano, 1889-1896.
* José María de Pereda, 1897-1906.
* Armando Palacio Valdés, 1920-1938.
* Ángel González Palencia, 1940-1949.
* Rafael Lapesa Melgar, 1954-2001.
* José Antonio Pascual, since 2002.

l seat

* Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch, 1847-1880.
* Marcelino Menéndez y Pelayo, 1880-1912.
* Jacinto Benavente, 1954. He didn’t hold office..
* Salvador González Anaya, 1948-1955.
* Joaquín Calvo-Sotelo, 1955-1993.
* Emilio Lledó Íñigo, since 1994.

m seat

* Rafael Alvarado Ballester, 1982-2001.
* Claudio Guillén, since 2003.

n seat

* Jesús Prados Arrarte, 1982-1983.
* Valentín García Yebra, since 1985.

ñ seat

* José López Rubio, 1983-1996.
* Luis María Anson Oliart, since 1998, journalist

o seat

* Ángel Martín Municio, 1984-2002.
* Antonio Fernández de Alba, since 2006.

p seat

* Francisco Rico Manrique, since 1987.

q seat

* Gregorio Salvador Caja, since 1987.

r seat

* Antonio Mingote Barrachina, since 1988.

seat

* José Luis Pinillos Díaz, since 1988.

t seat

* Ignacio Bosque Muñoz, since 1997.

u seat

* Antonio Muñoz Molina, since 1996, novelist

References

* [http://www.rae.es/rae/gestores/gespub000001.nsf/voTodosporId/62A4EACC49CEE723C1256C2A00366FF2?OpenDocument Historical tour on "academicos de número"] in [http://www.rae.es Real Academia Española site] (accessed 24-10-2006)


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