The Reception of Plato
from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages
AN ACADEMIC CONFERENCE 6-8 JUNE 2021 ATHENS, GREECE
**The conference will take place online.
The relevant zoom links will be made available soon.
Dr. Corrigan is Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Interdisciplinary Humanities at Emory University. His research interests encompass Classics, History, Philosophy, Religion, Theology, Patristics and Literature. His most recent book is Reason, Faith and Otherness in Neoplatonic and Early Christian Thought (Ashgate, UK, 2013). He is currently working on several projects involving translations and commentaries on Plotinus' writings, in addition to a book on ecology and the ancient world.
Durham University/ Cambridge University/ Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan
Ilaria L.E. Ramelli specializes in ancient, late antique, and early mediaeval philosophy and theology. After being Professor of Roman History, she has been since 2013 Full Professor of Theology and endowed Chair at Sacred Heart Major Seminary, Thomas Aquinas University, Senior Research Fellow at Durham University, Humboldt Fellow at Erfurt University, MWK, and Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. She has been, e.g., Senior Research Fellow in Ancient and Patristic Philosophy (both at Durham University, for an earlier fellowship, and at Corpus Christi College, Oxford), in Hellenic Studies at Princeton University, Fowler Hamilton Fellow at Oxford University
University of Tasmania
Dirk Baltzly is Professor of Philosophy in the School of Humanities at the University of Tasmania. His area of specialisation is ancient Greek and Roman Philosophy. His current translation projects include Proclus’ Commentary on Plato’s Republic (with Graeme Miles and John Finamore) and Hermias’ Commentary on the Phaedrus (with Michael Share). Baltzly is among the editors of the Brill Companion to the Reception of Plato in Antiquity.
The conference will be held on Zoom but we are still allowed to dream of: the Kostis Palamas Building.