The Program in Ancient Philosophy at the University of Michigan combines the strength of two of Michigan’s leading departments, Philosophy and Classical Studies, both of which have been consistently ranked in the top ten programs in their respective fields for decades.
Students in the program will pursue a PhD in either Philosophy or Classical Studies and an MA in the companion field. All of this can be achieved within the standard six years for each program. Learn more ›
Victor Caston has accepted the editorship of Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy
Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy is one of the two leading serials in the field of Ancient Philosophy. Started in 1983, Oxford Studies has been successively edited by Julia Annas, Christopher Taylor, David Sedley, and now currently Brad Inwood. Caston will begin in July 2015, with the editing of volume 50. (We are also planning to fund a graduate student research assistant in connection with the editorship.)
Search for Assistant Professor in History of Philosophy
The Department of Philosophy at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, invites applications for an Assistant Professor position, tenure track, in the history of philosophy (before the 20th century). The Department has specific needs in history of ancient philosophy, history of early modern philosophy, Kant, and 19th century philosophy. [disjunctive] The deadline is 01 November 2014. For further details, see the listing on PhilJobs.
Reading Group Meeting
Plutarch’s Adversus Colotem
(continuing with ch. 5, 1109c) Thursday, 16 October 2014, 7:00–9:00 pm Philosophy seminar room (1164 Angell Hall)