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.
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Professors Edith Hall FBA (Principal Investigator) and Phillip Horky (Co-Investigator) have been awarded a 5-year Frontier Research Grant (formerly ERC Advanced … Continue reading Prof. Edith Hall FBA and Prof. Phillip Horky win 5-year UKRI Frontier Research Grant (ca. £2.5 million) to study Aristotle’s Writing Styles and their Reception
Congratulations to the DCAMP co-director Dr Phillip Horky for winning a British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship for the academic year 2022-23. Dr … Continue reading Dr Phillip Horky wins British Academy Mid-Career Fellowship
DCAMP Workshop: ‘Texts, Edition, Translations’ (11 February 2022, 4 March 2022, 11 March 2022) The workshop focuses on skills and methodologies … Continue reading DCAMP Workshop: ‘Texts, Editions, Translations’
DCAMP is proud to announce that two of its PhD Students, Dr Carlo Cacciatori (PhD Durham), and Dr Edoardo Benati (PhD … Continue reading DCAMP Celebrates Two of its PhD Students Passing their Viva Voce Examinations
DCAMP is pleased to announce the launch of a new book series, published by Cambridge University Press, titled Cambridge Texts and … Continue reading Launch of new book series, Cambridge Texts and Studies in Platonism
DCAMP is extremely excited to welcome two new colleagues to our Centre. Edith Hall returns to Durham as Professor, after two … Continue reading DCAMP Welcomes New Colleagues
The Durham Centre for Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (DCAMP) is pleased to announce successful recent appointments of its members to academic … Continue reading Successes for Junior Colleagues in DCAMP
The DCAMP events page has been updated with visiting research seminars and conferences occurring from January until April! Please visit dcamp.uk/calendar.
Speakers and Titles Addey, Crystal (St Andrews): Divination and Dialogue in Porphyry and Iamblichus Busine, Aude (Brussels): ‘The bubbling water has … Continue reading Ancient Revelation: Divination, Prophecy and Epiphany
DCAMP is very pleased to announce that we will be sponsoring not one, not two, not three, but FOUR sessions on … Continue reading DCAMP goes to IMC Leeds!
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