100 - Michael Trapp and Caroline Humfress on Ancient Culture and Philosophy

A special double interview with Caroline Humfress (Birkbeck College London) and Michael Trapp (King's College London) celebrates reaching 100 episodes by looking at the cultural status of philosophy in the ancient world.

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Further Reading: 

• C. Humfress and P.D.A. Garnsey, The Evolution of the Late Antique World (Cambridge: 2001).

• C. Humfress, "Cracking the Codex: Late Roman Law in Practice," Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 49 (2007), 251-64.

• C. Humfress, Orthodoxy and the Courts in Late Antiquity (Oxford: 2007).

• C. Humfress, "Law in Practice," in P. Rousseau (ed.), A Companion to Late Antiquity (Oxford: 2009), 377-91.

• M.B. Trapp, Maximus of Tyre: The Philosophical Orations (Oxford: 1997).

• M.B. Trapp, Greek and Latin Letters: An Anthology with Translation (Cambridge: 2003).

• M.B. Trapp, Philosophy in the Roman Empire: Ethics, Politics and Society (Aldershot: 2007).

• M.B. Trapp (ed.), Socrates from Antiquity to the Enlightenment and Socrates in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Aldershot: 2007).