Jula Wildberger

Professor Emerita of Classics

  • Department: Comparative Literature and English
  •   aup.academia.edu_.png

See Courses >>

During her active time at AUP, Jula Wildberger taught the languages and literatures of classical antiquity (Greek and Latin) and courses in philosophy. Most of her current research concerns ancient Stoicism, its sources, its ancient reception, and its impact on modern thought. She applies her training in classical philology to the intersections between pragmatic, philosophical and literary questions, aiming to provide scholarship that contributes to her academic discipline but may also speak to any intellectual and moral agent in the modern world.


  • Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, University College London (2006) and Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (2007)
  • Habilitation, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main (2004)
  • Dr. phil., Julius-Maximilians Universität, Würzburg (1997)
  • Magistra Artium, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main (1984)



For further publications and information, see https://aup.academia.edu/JulaWildberger