Readership: Scholars and students of classics, especially Latinists and Hellenists; cultural history; history of sceince.
Edited by Frieda Klotz, Freelance journalist, and Katerina Oikonomopoulou, Leverhulme Research Fellow, School of Classics, University of St Andrews
"the contribtuions, all of a high standard, represent a real advance in our understanding of Table Talk." - Helen Morales, Times Literary Supplement
1: Frances B. Titchener: Plutarch's Table Talk: Sampling a Rich Blend. A Survey of Scholarly Appraisal
2: Teresa Morgan: The Miscellany and Plutarch
II. Topics and Themes
3: Eleni Kechagia: Philosophy in Plutarch's Table Talk: In Jest or in Earnest?
4: Katerina Oikonomopoulou: Peripatetic Knowledge in Plutarch's Table Talk
5: Maria Vamvouri Ruffy: Symposium, Physical and Social Health in Plutarch's Table Talk
III. Voice and Authority
6: Frieda Klotz: Imagining the Past: Plutarch's Play with Time (it was Plutarch's Peculiar Presentation)
7: Jason König: Self-Promotion and Self-Effacement in Plutarch's Table Talk
8: Christopher Pelling: Putting the -viv- into Convivial: The Table-Talkand the Lives