Visiting Researchers

Visiting Researchers

Visiting Researchers


Research visits from established scholars and graduate students

The Trinity Plato Centre welcomes both established scholars and graduate students for research visits. These visits vary in duration, but generally range between one week and three months. Visiting researchers, in addition to participating in the regular activities of the Centre, will have access to the Centre Library, and can avail of work space in the Centre, if they wish. Visiting researchers are also encouraged to present their work to the Centre.

If you would like to visit the Trinity Plato Centre for a short research period, please contact us.


Below you will find a list of some of our recent academic visitors.


Marialuigia Scotton
(PhD student, Fondazione San Carlo, Modena and Centre Léon Robin, Université Paris-Sorbonne)


Jens Kristian Larsen
(Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Bergen)

Christoph Hammann
(PhD student, University of Marburg)


Luciana Soares Santoprete
(Postdoctoral Researcher, CNRS, Paris)

Louis Groarke
(Professor, Department of Philosophy, St. Francis Xavier University, Canada)


Christina Hoenig
(Associate Professor, Department of Classics, University of Pittsburgh)


José Baracat Junior
(Professor of Ancient Greek Language and Literature, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)


Damian Caluori
(Associate Professor, Trinity University, Texas)

D. Gregory MacIsaac
(Associate Professor, Carlton University, Canada)


Eugene Afonasin
(Lecturer, Novosibirsk State University, Russia)

Wolfgang Polleichtner
(Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Bochum)

Wiebke Marie Stock
(Postdoctoral Researcher, Free University, Berlin)

Robert Zaborowski
(Professor, University of Warmia and Mazury, Poland and the Polish Academy of Sciences)


Harold Tarrant
(University of Newcastle, Australia)