I am always happy to hear from students interested in any area of medieval philosophy, philosophy of religion, or some metaphysical issues.

Currently, my MPhil students work on the notion of creatio ex nihilo East and West; on William James’s ‘will to believe’ argument; and on the doctrine of Divine Simplicity. I am also co-supervising a PhD dissertation in Theology on Duns Scotus.

I am part of the “Knowledge Orders before Modernity” project, a Leverhulme doctoral scholarship programme, which offers funding to PhD students interested in a broad range of topics in medieval studies. Read more about the project here.

MA theses supervised