Assistant Professor of the Faculty of Human Sciences (FCH). He received his doctorate in Cultural Studies from the Faculty of Human Sciences of the Portuguese Catholic University with a thesis on the verbal and non-verbal communication of Silvio Berlusconi. Researcher at the CECC (Center for Communication and Culture Studies), translator, Italian teacher at the Portuguese Catholic University of Lisbon, Translation Practices at the University of Lisbon and Italian Literature at the Italian Cultural Institute of Lisbon. He began his studies in Modern Languages ​​and Literatures at the University of Milan where he graduated with a thesis on Alves Redol and Portuguese Neorealism; in 2007, with a dissertation on the Italian writer, Carlo Levi, obtained the Master's Degree in Applied Foreign Languages ​​- Cultural Studies at the Portuguese Catholic University. His interests as a researcher range from Literature to Italian Cinema, from Linguistics to Political Communication, from Translation to Comparative Literature. In relation to these issues, he gave lectures  and published articles in Portuguese, Italian and English.