David Hernandez de la Fuente



PhD in Classical Philology, PhD in Social History, BA in Classical Philology, BA Hispanic Philology and Bachelor in Law. His main research lines are Literature and Society in Late Antiquity (esp. Nonnus and his so-called School), Greek Religion and Mythology (especially Oracles, Dionysism and Pythagoreanism) and History of Platonism (esp. Laws and Neoplatonism). Currently he is Professor at the Department of Classics at Complutense University of Madrid. He has been professor at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Universität Potsdam (Germany), Saint Louis University (Madrid Campus) and UNED. He has been visiting scholar or lecturer at Columbia University, Università di Firenze, CNRS (Paris), Akademie der Wissenschaften (Berlin), Université Paris-X Nanterre, Freie Universität Berlin and Université d'Artois, among other institutions. He has received awards such as the Prize of the Pastor Foundation for Classical Studies (2005) to his dissertation in Classical Philology or the Burgen Scholarship Award of the Academia Europaea (2014), and several grants and prestigious fellowships –“Juan de la Cierva” (2005), “Jose Castillejo” (2007), “Alexander von Humboldt” (2009), “Ramón y Cajal” (2011), "Beatriu Pinós" (2011), etc.–; and he has led, as principal investigator, numerous research projects with public funding, participating as a collaborator on many other at a regional, national and european level. He is on the editorial boards of several journals (Potestas, ETFII, etc.) and collections of monographs (Classica Digitalia, Gorgias Studies in Classical and Late Antiquity, etc.) and in several research groups (ISTA, Vera et falsa Historia, Potestas, Nomos, Koinonia, etc.)

Record last modified Jul 26, 2018 12:06:02 AM