The activities of the Workshop have been suspended for the time being, because of COVID-19.
Previous speakers include: Michael J. B. Allen, Julia Annas, Elizabeth Asmis, Beatrice Bakhouche, Rachel Barney, Werner Beierwaltes, Luc Brisson, Ada Bronowski, Myles Burnyeat, Thomas Bénatouïl, Victor Caston, Christina D'Ancona, Diego DeBrasi, John Dillon, Paul Dutton, Dimitri El Murr, Mary-Louise Gill, Jean-Baptiste Gourinat, Margaret Graver, Jim Hankinson, Christina Hoenig, Christoph Horn, Katerina Ierodakonou, Brad Inwood, Rachana Kamtekar, George Karamanolis, David Konstan, André Laks, Robert Lamberton, Carlos Lévy, Alex Long, John Magee, Sara Magrin, Rhonda Martens, Glenn Most, Mitchell Miller, Hindy Najman, Dmitri Nikulin, Jan Opsomer, Fabio Pagani, Ilaria Ramelli, CDC Reeve, Christopher Rowe, David Runia, David Sedley, Svetla Slaveva-Griffin, Richard Sorabji, Stasinas Stavrianeas, Wiebke-Marie Stock, Angela Ulacco, Christian Vassallo, Katja Vogt, Sharon Weisser, James Wilberding, Heinrich von Staden
Upcoming NDWAP events (2019-20):
Eric Brown (Philosophy, Washington University in St. Louis) on "Stoic Anti-Slavery," Thursday, February 27 at 5:15 pm, O'Shaughnessy Hall 214
Francesca Schironi (Classics, University of Michigan), Thursday, April 16, topic & time TBD
Other events of interest:
Klaus Corcilius (Tübingen, Germany), “Aristotle’s Philosophical Theology,” graduate seminar guest speaker, March 23, 3:15-6:00 pm, location TBD, organized by the History of Philosophy Forum
Klaus Corcilius, 2019-2020 Distinguished International Visitor Lecture: “Aristotle’s De anima,” March 26, 4:30-6:00 pm, location TBD, organized by the History of Philosophy Forum