This website devoted to teaching ancient philosophy was developed in the Summer of 2002 as one output from a research grant awarded by the PRS-LTSN (since rebranded PRS-Heacademy). The other output was an article in the PRS-LTSN Journal (also now rebranded as Discourse) containing most of the text found on these webpages: 'Teaching Ancient Philosophy', PRS-LTSN Journal 2/2 (2003), 23-49.
The site was initially hosted temporarily on a personal webspace of my own, with the intention that it be permanently hosted by the PRS-LTSN. That never came about and so now, some time later, I thought it might be good to make these resources available again, especially after they received some positive responses at the time ("a wealth of resources ... a must see" according to epistemelinks).
I make these pages available initially as an archive of past work. Inevitably some of the links to external sites will be broken. It would be nice in due course to update these and to develop other material, as and when time permits, but in the meantime they stand as they were first developed in 2002 (the only page updated is About the Author).
The email link at the bottom of each page is now long out of date. If you wish to contact me with comments or suggestions then you are welcome to do so via john.sellars (at) wolfson.ox.ac.uk
This site was created by Dr John Sellars for the PRS-LTSN, 2002.