The Ramon Llull professorship, founded in 1994, is an inter-faculty concept which is divided into four complementary areas, the academic, the pastoral, the solidarity and cooperation, and the identity and mission.
The academic area includes the fields of anthropology, ethics, philosophy and theology of the Blanquerna’s three schools and acts as a driving force in university curriculums, facilitating research and teacher publications and publishing the yearbook Ars Brevis.
The pastoral area provides pastoral care in the centres and offers an environment fit for insight, thought and celebration for believers within the university community.
The solidarity and cooperation area allows us to sensitize and act in difficult realities in our environment with specific actions: solidarity campaigns, exhibitions, conferences, etc. From the cooperation sense, we travel to other countries to collaborate in volunteer work through organizations committed to development.
The Ramon Llull professorship therefore aims to bring up to date the humanistic, integrating and vital perspective of the world of science and of the level of understanding of Ramon Llull, the literary author of the Blanquerna.
PhD. Andreu Ibarz Mellado
Ms. Montserrat Queralt Capdevila
PhD. Jordi Sánchez Torrents
PhD. Francesc Torralba Roselló
Accompaniment and University Pastoral Service:
Pr. Francesc Romeu Torrents, Pr. Juan Ramón La Parra and PhD. Jordi Sánchez Torrents (FCRI)
Pr. Àngel Jesús Navarro Guareño and Ms. Anna Eva Jarabo Fidalgo (FPCEE)
PhD. Jordi Sánchez Torrents (FCS)
Solidarity and Cooperation:
Prof. Sandra Balsells (FCRI)
PhD. Josep Sánchez Malagón (FPCEE)
PhD. Lluís Costa (FCS)
Ars Brevis is an annual publication of an interdisciplinary nature belonging to the Ramon Llull professorship, which collects the contributions of different teachers of the Blanquerna and other schools in the spheres of anthropology, ethics, philosophy and theology. The yearbook, arranged in three sections (studies, monographic and reviews), has a scientific and academic register, but also includes texts which aim to spread ideas. All Ars Brevis issues can be accessed online here: Ars Brevis publications.
Reception of articles and reviews
The Ars Brevis editorial board welcomes articles and book reviews for future editions of the yearbook. The reception and assessment procedure can be found at Guidelines for a collaborators.
Director: Dr. Francesc Torralba
Editorial board: Dr. Lluís Duch, Dr. Francesc-Xavier Marín, Dr. Antoni Nello and Dr. Miquel Tresserras
Secretary: Ms. Maria Guerra
Càtedra Ramon Llull
Pg. Sant Gervasi, 47
Tel. 93 253 30 46
Fax: 93 253 30 64