The Munich School of Ancient Philosophy at
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich, is offering fellowships for
doctoral study. It boasts a large and active faculty in Philosophy and
Classics, who work throughout the philosophy of ancient Greece and Rome,
its reception in Latin and Arabic traditions, and textual criticism.
This graduate program is run primarily in English.
More information is available at:
MUNICH SCHOOL OF ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY
MUSAΦ is an interdisciplinary program offered by the Classics and
Philosophy Departments at Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, Munich.
Directed by Professors Peter Adamson (Philosophy), Oliver Primavesi
(Classics), and Christof Rapp (Philosophy), MUSAΦ also boasts a large
group of additional faculty and researchers.
Areas of study include ancient Greek and Roman philosophy of all
periods, its medieval reception in Arabic and Latin, and textual
We offer financial support in the form of three-year fellowships,
which cover the period of dissertation writing.
Dissertations may be written in English or German; advanced
seminars and workshops are typically in English.
The doctoral degree is granted in Classics or Philosophy.
For guaranteed full consideration, applications should be
submitted by February 15, 2020; review of applications will
continue, on a rolling basis, until places are filled.
More information about the program and the application procedure
can be found at www.musaph.uni-muenchen.de. All inquiries about
the program may be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that this program is for the dissertation writing period.
There is also a 2 year MA program in ancient philosophy at the LMU,
which does not require knowledge of German. More information is
Munich School of Ancient Philosophy
Lehrstuhl III, Fakultät für Philosophie