As the 2019 academic year begins, CPAMP is pleased to welcome new faculty member Professor George Boys-Stones, who joins the University as Professor of Classics and Philosophy. A leading scholar of Ancient Philosophy with wide ranging interests, George has a special interest in the philosophical movements of the post-Hellenistic period. Before coming to Toronto he was Professor of Ancient Philosophy in the Department of Classics and Ancient History at Durham University. He is the author or co-author of five books, most recently L. Annaeus Cornutus: Greek Theology, Fragments, and Testimonia. (SBL Press). In addition, he has co-edited four volumes (2003-2013). He is author of a new source book for (and introduction to) ‘Middle Platonism’. (A free download of the original Greek and Latin texts, formatted to match the published volume, is available from the CUP website for the book – look under Resources.) A full list of publications is available on Professor Boys-Stones’ Academia page.
In addition, Deborah Black will be serving as CPAMP’s interim director for the 2019 academic year. Her contact information can be found on our “Contact Us” page.
As the 2018 academic year begins, CPAMP is pleased to welcome two new members into the ranks of our faculty, Professors Jessica Gelber and Christian Pfeiffer, as well as a new post-doctoral fellow, Willie Costello.
Jessica Gelber, who takes up her position this fall, is a Berkeley Ph.D. (2010) with interests centring on Aristotle’s natural philosophy and metaphysics, about which she has published a wide range of articles. She joins us after serving as an Assistant Professor at the University of Syracuse and the University of Pittsburgh.
Christian Pfeiffer, who will be joining us in the spring term, earned his doctorate at the Humboldt Universität of Berlin. He comes to Toronto after serving as a Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter at the Ludwigs-Maximilians-Universität in Munich and as a visiting professor at the Humboldt Universität. His interests centre on Aristotle’s metaphysics and natural philosophy, about which he has published a wide range of articles and a monograph, Aristotle’s Theory of Bodies (Oxford 2018).
Willie Costello is a Toronto Ph.D. (2015) with interests centring on Plato and ancient metaphysics. He joins us following a stint as post-doctoral fellow at Stanford, in their Mellon Fellowship of Scholars in the Humanities.
In addition, James Allen will be serving as CPAMP’s new director for the 2018 academic year. His contact information can be found on our “Contact Us” page.