Monthly Archives: February 2011

Encyclopedia Article on My Research in Continuum Companion to Plato

Gerald A. Press, Debra Nails, and Harold Tarrant, the editors of The Continuum Companion to Plato (forthcoming, 2012), were kind enough to include an article on the musical structure of Plato’s dialogues. After some brief background in Greek music theory, … Continue reading

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Times Higher Ed on Public Impact of My Plato Research

Like many universities today, the University of Manchester encourages its faculty to popularise their research in the mainstream media. The director of the Centre for the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine, Mick Worboys, suggested that a press release be … Continue reading

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Thanks to the Classics Departments at UCL, Leeds, and Manchester

I would like to thankĀ  the Institute for Classical Studies at University College London and the classics departments at Leeds University and the University of Manchester for inviting me to speak and for their warm hospitality. I would also like … Continue reading

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Upcoming Research Lectures

  I will be speaking at the Classical Association Annual Conference at Durham University (15-18 Apr). I will be speaking at the biennial meeting of the Brazilian Society for Classical Studies (SBEC) in Rio de Janeiro (Oct ’11). Professor Gabriele … Continue reading

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Forthcoming Book from Acumen Publishing

Apologies for not posting recently. Acumen Publishing, a leader in academic philosophy, offered to bring out a book promptly in response to the interest in my Apeiron article. The 300 pp. manuscript summarises the progress made on Plato’s symbolic schemes … Continue reading

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