In July I am due to speak at two conferences:
Sadly I'm no longer able to make it to Assos, which is a great shame, but I'm looking forward to Italy, where I shall talk about Renaissance Humanist reflections about the nature of philosophy (by Petrarch, Bruni, and Pico) and the way in which Pierre Hadot's account of ancient philosophy might offer a helpful framework with which to think about them.
Last Summer I presented a paper on Shaftesbury at the Scottish Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy at the University of Aberdeen. The paper has now been accepted for publication by the journal Sophia and a preprint is available here. This follows a short review I wrote dealing with Shaftesbury, available here, which fed into a session on him that I led in the Early Modern Stoicism seminar I co-organized in London in 2013.