Pablo Jiménez DLA, BEc, BPhil, MFS, MLA, PhD

  • Liberal Arts
  • Economics
  • Philosophy
  • Family Studies
  • European Studies
  • Culture & Political identity
  • Love & the Family
  • Faith & Reason in the West
  • The intersection of, and the possibility of communication between religious faith and secular reason 
  • The influence of culture on the making and upkeep of cohesive polities (political identity) 
  • “Europe United in Diversity—An Analogical Hermeneutics Contribution to the Question of Political Unity in European Union,” to obtain the Doctorate of Philosophy, Canberra 2013 (
  • "El amor como sentido del hombre en Carlos Cardona", defended to obtain MA in Humanistic Studies, Monterrey 2005. 
  • "La entrega total como naturaleza del amor erótico", defended to obtain MA in Family Studies, Mexico City 2003. 
  • "La identidad: hacia nuevas fronteras", elaboratum presented to obtain the BA in Philosophy, Rome 1995. 
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  • PhD (Political Philosophy), Charles Sturt University (Canberra 2013)
  • MA in Liberal Arts, Panamerican Centre for Humanities, México 2003-2005 
  • MA in Family Studies, John Paul II Institute for Marriage and Family (JPII), México 2000-2003 
  • BA in Philosophy, Pontifical University Regina Apostolorum (UPRA), Italy 1993-1995 
  • BA in Economics,  Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM), México 1986-1990 
  • Diploma in Liberal Arts,  Cheshire College of Humanities, United States of America 1990-1993 
  • Pinnacle Teaching Program, RSDC, Australian National University (ANU), Canberra, Australia 2009 
  • Graduate Teaching Program, Research Student Development Centre (RSDC), ANU, Canberra, Australia 2009
  • Dip in Christian Studies, Integral Centre for Distant Education (CEFID), México 2002 
  • Languages: fluent in English, Italian, and Spanish; reading comprehension in French and Portuguese
  • Alumni Relations Manager, Australian-American Fulbright Commission, Canberra, July 2015 to present
  • Partnerships Manager, Australian-American Fulbright Commission, Canberra, October 2014 to June 2015
  • Partnerships Coordinator, Australian-American Fulbright Commission, Canberra, January 2013 to September 2014
  • Tailored Spanish, Tutor, Canberra ACT, August 2012 to 2016. 
  • Associate Lecturer, School of Sociology, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University, Canberra, July - December 2012, July-December 2013
  • 2011 Feb-May, Acting Manager, ANUCES 
  • 2009 to 2012, Liaison Officer (PR), ANUCES 
  • 2009, Tutor & Guest Lecturer, Contemporary European History and Politics, ANU 
  • 2008-2009, Visiting Scholar, National Europe Centre (NEC), Assistant to Vice-Dean International, ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences, NEC Seminar Series Convenor 
  • 2005-2008, Deputy-Director (PR), Fundación Beca, Querétaro, Mexico 
  • 2003-2005, Deputy-Director (PR), Fundación Carolina (of Spain), Mexican branch 
  • 2001-2003, University Student Recruitment and PR, ISEF, Monterrey, Mexico 
  • 2000-2008, part-time Lecturer in Philosophy, ISEF, CPH, Universidad Anáhuac and Universidad del Valle de Atemajac,  Querétaro, Mexico
  • 1999-2001, Corporate Finance Analyst, Arthur Andersen, Monterrey, Mexico 
  • Tutor, course: "Qualitative Methods of Research," ANU 2013
  • Tutor, course: "Social Psychology," ANU 2013
  • Tutor, course: "Social Psychology," ANU Canberra 2012
  • Guest lecture “European Identity”, course: Europe in the Twentieth Century, ANU, 2009 
  • Guest lecture “The European Institutions”, course: European Union: Policies, Institutions and Challenges, ANU, 2009 
  • Guest lecture “The Evolution of the EU”, course: European Union: Policies, Institutions and Challenges, ANU, 2009 
  • Guest lecture “The Idea of Europe”, course: European Union: Policies, Institutions and Challenges, ANU, 2009 
  • Tutor, course Europe in the Twentieth Century, ANU, 2009 
  • Tutor, course: European Union: Policies, Institutions and Challenges, ANU, 2009 
  • Tutor, course Europe in the Modern Age: Foundations of International Relations, ANU, 2009 
  • Guest lecture “The Enlightenment and the Movements of Independence in Ibero America: 1809–1822”, course Europe in the Modern Age: Foundations of International Relations, ANU, 2009 
  • Guest lecture “Mesoamerica and the Aztecs: what the Spaniards found on their arrival to the New World”, course Europe in the Modern Age: Foundations of International Relations,ANU, 2009 
  • Lecturer, course Aristotelian Ethics, UNIVA, Querétaro, Mexico, 2008 
  • Lecturer, course Topics in Philosophy of Language, UNIVA, Querétaro, Mexico, 2007 
  • Lecturer, course Philosophical Foundations of Human Rights, Universidad Anáhuac, Querétaro, Mexico, 2006 
  • Guest Lecture “Introduction to Metaphysics”, course Foundations of Philosophy, CPH, Monterrey, Mexico, 2005 
  • Lecturer, course Introduction to Logic, ISEF, Monterrey, Mexico, 2003 
  • Lecturer, course History of Philosophical Thought, ISEF, Monterrey, Mexico, 2001-2003 
  • Lecturer, course Philosophical Anthropology, ISEF, Monterrey, Mexico, 2000-2004 
  • Lecturer, course Introduction to Epistemology, ISEF, Monterrey, Mexico, 2000 
  • "European Identity and Other Mysteries: Seeking Out the Hidden Source of Unity for a Troubled Polity" Public lecture given at the ANU Centre for European Studies. Canberra, 3 July 2012.
  • “Now Let Us Make Europeans – Citizenship, Solidarity and Identity in a Culturally Plural Europe” Presented at the European Union Studies Association Asia Pacific Conference, EU’s Unknown Asia: New Horizons and New Beginnings, “Democracy” Panel, National University of Singapore, 4 June 2012.
  • “Veils, Crucifixes and Public Sphere: What Kind of Secularism? Rethinking Neutrality in a Post-Secular Europe” Presented at the Islam and Europe: Culture, History, Politics Conference, Centre for European Studies & Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies, ANU Canberra, 8 March 2012.
  • "La hispanidad que nos une" Presented at the round table Dos mundos en contacto, pasado, presente y futuro, on occasion of the 12 of October reflections (arrival of Columbus to the New World), organised by the Association of Spanish Teachers of the ACT. ANU Canberra, 31 October 2011. 
  • "Lautsi v Italy - What Kind of Neutrality? Analysing the Terms of Discussion" Kick-off Seminar of the Post-Lisbon Integration: the Quest for a New European Identity Project, on Lautsi v Italy: Whose Law? Which Religion? A Round Table Discussion Centre of Excellence in Foundations of European Law and Polity, University of Helsinki, Finland, 19 September 2011
  • “Will Europeans Die (or at least pay taxes) for Europe? Revisiting the Paradigms of European Integration" Working Group Solidarity and Justice in Europe Centre of Excellence in Foundations of European Law and Polity, 3d Annual Conference on Justice, University of Helsinki, Finland, 15 September 2011
  • “EU Analogical Identity--or the Ties that Link (Without Binding),” University Association of Contemporary European Studies (UACES) 2011 Conference, Research Session 1, Panel C106 Cultures and Discourses of and in the EU: Power and Legitimacy, Enlargement and Identity. University of Cambridge (Robinson College), UK 5 September 2011
  • "Secularism, Islam and Christianity--plurality, interculturalism and social integration" Seminar on Secularism, Religion and the European Public Sphere in a Post-Secular Age--Around Habermas's An Awareness of What is Missing Cluster of Excellence "Cultural Foundations of Social Integration" University of Konstanz, Germany, 2 September 2011
  • “Exploring an analogical citizenship for Europe,” 6th European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference, Section 73 Slow but Inclusive Motion? New Modes of Governance and Policy Making in the EU, Panel 482 Making European Citizens? Theoretical and Empirical Analyses of Citizenship and the Citizen in the New European Governance, Paper 280. University of Iceland, Reykjavik, 25 August 2011
  • "EU Citizenship and Political Identity: the Demos and Telos Problems", New Horizons in Political Philosophy Conference, ANU, 9 December 2010 
  • “Europe’s Midlife Crisis: Purpose, Identity and Challenges”, Interdisciplinary Graduate Research Workshop The Changing World and Europe, ANUCES, Canberra, 5 October 2010 
  • "Pre-political moral foundations of the Constitutional State: Europe and the Habermas - Ratzinger Debate”, Round Table Constitutional Patriotism and Identity – Europe and Australia,ANUCES, Canberra, Australia, 27 August 2010 
  • "EU Citizenship, Allegiance & Identity”, Centre for International and Public Law Round Table Connecting International Law with Public Law - Allegiance and Identity in a Globalised World, ANUCES, Canberra, 20 July 2010 
  • "Towards a Notion of European Political Identity" (16 June 2010), proceedings of the 17th Annual Conference, Australian Association for Professional and Applied Ethics (AAPAE), University of Sydney, Australia. Draft version available at:
  • "Unity, Diversity and Citizenship in the EU”, CAPPE, ANU, 10 June 2010 
  • "What Soul for Europe? Unity, Diversity & Identity in the EU” ANUCES, 4 May 2010 
  • "Religion, Public Sphere & European Identity”, CAPPE, ANU, 19 April 2010 
  • "Normative Foundations of EU Identity and the Challenge of Minorities’ Integration”, CAPPE, ANU Canberra, 22 February 2010 
  • "Ética y política: ¿pueden convivir juntas?", conference: Grandes temas de nuestro tiempo, Diplomado: Conocimiento vital del Caribe, Fundación Carolina Colombia – Universidad Tecnológica Bolívar, Centro de Formación, AECI, Cartagena de Indias, Colombia, 29 June 2005 
  • "La planeación del futuro profesional", address to the Vértice Group, Universidad del Mayab. Mérida, Yucatán, México, January 2005 
  • "La educación como clave para el desarrollo de México", address to the members of the Asociación Mexicana para la Educación Internacional, Cozumel, Quintana Roo, México, November 2004 
  • "Algunas leyendas negras de la Iglesia (y lo que se sabe de ellas en claro)", public lecture, Hotel Presidente, San Salvador, El Salvador, March 2004