Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Language, Literature and Humanities - Alexander von Humboldt Professorship

CV and Publications


Ricardo Julião was born in Lisbon were he graduated in Philosophy at New University of Lisbon in 2004. His thesis was on concept of pathos in Ancient Stoicism. He attended a masters in History and Philosophy of Sciences at the University of Lisbon and was a visiting student at the University of Texas at Austin where he worked with Prof. Jim Hankinson on his Masters dissertation on Galen On Madness. Among other things he organized a colloquium held at University of Lisbon in 2013 on Ancient and Contemporary Approaches to Madness, co-wrote three plays for theatre and taught Philosophy.


Conferences, papers, education

2014 Conference paper ‘Galen on memory and forgetfulness’ in Mental Diseases in Ancient Medicine, organized by Dr. Chiara Thumiger

2013 Organizer of the Colloquium Ancient and Contemporary Approaches to Madness, University of Lisbon. 

2011-2012 Visiting student at University of Texas at Austin, USA

2008-2011 Teacher of Philosophy

2008-2012 Attendance of the Masters in History and Philosophy of Sciences at Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

2007-2008 Co-author of three plays for the Portuguese National Theatre Teatro D. Maria II at Lisbon: “Last Days of Socrates”,”Last Days of Giordano Bruno” and “Last Days of Galileo Galilei”

2004-2006 Postgraduation in Teaching Philosophy

2004 Graduation in Philosophy at The Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal (with a thesis entitled “The concept of pathos in Ancient Stoicism”)



2009 Ricardo Julião, “Espaços de Verdade. A partir de Michel Foucault”, in: Nuno Miguel Proença e Marta Filipe Alexandre (Eds.), Oficina de Filosofia das Ciências Sociais e Humanas. Lisboa, 2009.