Jordi Graupera i Garcia-Milà

Josep Pla Visiting Associate Professor in Catalan Studies, Autumn AY 22-23

Jordi Graupera is a professor of philosophy at Ramon Llull University in Barcelona, where he teaches on Globalization and Cultural Traditions, and Creative Thinking. He also teaches history of social thought at Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. His research interests focus on contemporary political theory, early modern political philosophy, and the history of culture in the Iberian Peninsula. He is a Ph.D. in Philosophy from The New School for Social Research, and has taught at Saint Francis College, NYU, Parsons School of Architecture and Design, and Princeton University, where he did his post-doc. He is the author of Una idea per Barcelona and La Supèrbia (available in English in The Seven Deadly Sins). He has also had a long career in journalism, as an op-ed writer, cultural critic, correspondent (in the US and Portugal), and political analyst. At Stanford, he holds the Josep Pla Visiting Professorship in Catalan Studies in the Department of Iberian and Latin American Cultures.



Research Interests

  • Catalan Languages, Literatures, and Cultures


  • Latin Languages, Literatures, and Cultures