Advisory Board


The Project team will have a broad network of international collaborations. World leading experts in ancient philosophy and contemporary metaphysics have been invited to sit on an International Advisory Board for the Project.

The role of the members of the International Advisory Board is to provide research support and advice to the Project team members and offer feedback on their research in progress. Members of the International Advisory Board will be invited, at different times, to come to Oxford for a week each and interact in various ways with the team during their stay; they will also be invited to participate in the Project's workshops.

The international advisory board members are as follows.

With expertise in classical philosophy:

Jonathan Beere (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany)

Victor Caston (University of Michigan, USA) 

Frans de Haas (Leiden University, Netherlands)

Nicholas Denyer (University of Cambridge, UK)

Michael Griffin (University of British Columbia, Canada) 

Jim Hankinson (University of Texas at Austin, USA)

Verity Harte (Yale University, USA)

Brad Inwood (University of Toronto, Canada)

Steve Makin (University of Sheffield, UK)

Donald Morrison (Rice University, USA)

Oliver Primavesi (University of Münich, Germany)

Christof Rapp (University of Münich, Germany)

Catherine Rowett (University of East Anglia, UK) 

Malcolm Schofield (University of Cambridge, UK)

David Sedley (University of Cambridge, UK)

Richard Sorabji (University of Oxford)

Philip van der Eijk (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany) 

Cristina Viano (Université Paris Sorbonne, France)

With expertise in contemporary metaphysics:

Nancy Cartwright (London School of Economics)

Kit Fine (New York University, USA)

John Heil (Washington University in St. Louis, USA)

James Ladyman (University of Bristol, UK)

Stephen Mumford (University of Nottingham)

Jonathan Schaffer (Rutgers School of Arts & Sciences) 

Peter Simons (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)