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Dr Myrto Hatzimichali

Dr Myrto Hatzimichali

Senior Lecturer in Classics (Ancient Philosophy)

Fellow and Director of Studies at Homerton College

Homerton College
Cambridge
CB2 8PH

Office Phone: 01223 747301 (College) / 335160 (Faculty)

Research Interests

Ancient philosophy: Aristotle's biological works; Greek commentaries on Aristotle's Categories; the history of philosophy in the first century BC. Ancient intellectual history more broadly, including the work of scholars based at the great Library of Alexandria; ancient theories on language and grammar.

Key Publications

Monograph

Potamo of Alexandria and the Emergence of Eclecticism in Late Hellenistic Philosophy, CUP 2011

Articles

‘Poetry, science and scholarship: the rise and fall of Nicander of Colophon’, in M.A. Harder, R.F Regtuit., G.C. Wakker (eds.), Nature and Science in Hellenistic Poetry, Hellenistica Groningana 15, Leuven-Peeters 2009:19-40

‘Plutarch: the Philosophical Writings’, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome, ed. M. Gagarin, OUP 2010: Volume 5, 333-5.

‘Antiochus’ biography’ in D. Sedley (ed.) The Philosophy of Antiochus, CUP 2012: 9-30

 ‘The texts of Plato and Aristotle in the first century BC’ in M. Schofield (ed.) Plato, Aristotle and Pythagoreanism in the First Century BC, CUP 2013: 1-27. Reprinted as ‘The texts of Plato and Aristotle in the first century BCE: Andronicus’ canon’ in: R. Sorabji (ed.) Aristotle Re-Interpreted. New Findings on Seven Hundred Years of the Ancient Commentators, London-Bloomsbury 2016: 81-102.

‘Ashes to ashes? The Library of Alexandria after 48 BC’, in J. König, K. Oikonomopoulou and G. Woolf (eds.) Ancient Libraries, CUP 2013: 167-182.

‘Encyclopaedism in the Alexandrian Library’, in J. König and G. Woolf (eds.), Encyclopaedism from Antiquity to the Renaissance. CUP 2013: 64-83.

‘Andronicus of Rhodes and the construction of the Aristotelian corpus’, in A. Falcon (ed.) Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Aristotle in Antiquity. Leiden-Brill 2016: 81-100.

‘Strabo’s philosophy and Stoicism’, in D. Dueck (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Strabo. Abingdon & New York – Routledge 2017: 9-21.

‘Stoicism and Platonism in “Arius Didymus”’, in T. Engberg-Pedersen (ed.) From Stoicism to Platonism. The Development of Philosophy, 100 BCE – 100 CE. CUP, 2017: 80-99.

‘Text and wisdom in the Letter of Aristeas’, in B. Chrubasik and D. King (eds.) Hellenism and the Local Communities of the Eastern Mediterranean. OUP, 2017: 155-176.

‘Bodily and external goods in relation to happiness’, in. W.W. Fortenbaugh (ed.) Arius Didymus on Peripatetic Ethics, Household Management, and Politics. Routledge, forthcoming 2018.

 

Upcoming events

Philosophy Seminar

Feb 20, 2020

1.11

Bridging Binaries LGBTQ+ tour

Feb 22, 2020

Museum of Classical Archaeology, Faculty of Classics

The Corbett Lecture 2019

Feb 22, 2020

G.19

Mycenaean Seminar

Feb 26, 2020

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Roger Dawe

Feb 17, 2020

It is with sadness that we report the death of Roger Dawe, former University Lecturer in Classics and Fellow of Trinity since 1963. Roger was a memorable lecturer and a scholar of strong, often unorthodox, opinions, who made major contributions to the study of the text and transmission of the tragedies of Aeschylus and Sophocles.

The Corbett Lecture 2019: Rescheduled to Saturday 22nd February

Feb 12, 2020

Due to strike action in Michaelmas Term and proposed strike action in Lent Term The Corbett Lecture will now take place on Saturday 22nd February, 5pm in G.19 Faculty of Classics

Coronavirus guidance

Feb 06, 2020

A link to the College and University guidance on the Coronavirus is available here

CREWS: Visiting Fellowship focused on the study of ancient writing systems

Jan 22, 2020

Details of how to apply for this Visiting Fellowship are now available online. The deadline for applications is 5pm GMT on Monday, 17th February 2020

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