DCAMP capitalises on Durham’s position as a world-leading centre for the study of philosophy in the pre-modern period.
It brings together specialists from across Departments and Faculties to foster innovative collaboration in research and teaching: to promote work at the leading edge of research in ancient and medieval philosophy, to develop unique training opportunities at Durham for young researchers (from undergraduates to research fellows), and to bring to the widest possible public an appreciation of the first 2,000 years of philosophical debate that has shaped our world.
What is the Matter of/with Medieval Philosophy? Call for paper proposals in the area of medieval philosophy for one or more … Continue reading Call for Papers: International Medieval Congress, Leeds, July 1-4, 2019
There is a post-doc. opening with our colleagues in Tübingen – could be for someone working on the Platonic tradition. Click … Continue reading Tübingen Post-doctoral position
We are delighted that we will be welcoming three research fellows hosted by the IAS in the coming year: Dr Anders … Continue reading New Research Fellows 2018/2019
A Roundtable Discussion of Professor Todd Reeser’s Setting Plato Straight: Translating Ancient Sexuality in the Renaissance chaired by Dr. Anthony Hooper … Continue reading Setting Plato Straight: Discussion
DCAMP friend Edith Hall will be speaking about ‘Aristotle on True Happiness’ at the Lit&Phil in Newcastle next week, where she … Continue reading Edith Hall on Aristotle
The 2018 NAAP meeting will be organised in Nottingham by Matt Duncombe (sometime holder of a BA PDF at Durham) on … Continue reading Northern Association for Ancient Philosophy 2018
A very warm welcome to Dr Vasilis Politis who joins us this term from TCD as a Senior Research Fellow at … Continue reading Welcome to Vasilis Politis
Details of the next meeting, on 24th November in Leeds.
We are pleased to be welcoming Prof. François Renaud to Durham as a Visiting Professor, based in the Classics Department, from … Continue reading Visiting Professor