'Avicenna's mereology of the predicables', in Fabrizio Amerini (ed.), Mereology in Medieval Logic and Metaphysics:Proceedings of the 21st European Symposium of Medieval Logic and Semantics (Pisa:Scuola normale superiore),55-74
Robert Kilwardby, Notule libri Priorum (his commentary on Aristotle's Prior Analytics): critical edition with translation, introduction and indexes by Paul Thom and John Scott. Auctores britannici Medii Aevi 23 & 24. (Oxford University Press for The British Academy, 2016). 2 vols.
June 2019: 'Principles in Robert Kilwardby's Science of Logic', Conference on definitions and essences from Aristotle to Kant, University of Sydney
21 September 2018: 'Robert Kilwardby's Science of Logic: soundings' History of Philosophy Workshop, Philosophy Department, University of Stockholm
11-12 December 2017, talks to Workshop on Islamic Philosophy and Logic, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences, Tehran, and Conference of the Iranian Association for Logic
On July 2I 2016 Iread a paper on Avicenna's mereology of the predicables to the 21st meeting of the European Society for Medieval Logic and Semantics, at the Scuola normale superiore, in Pisa.
On July 7 2016 I read a paper on Ground in medieval logic to a workshop on Ground at the University of Geneva. On June 29 2016 I read a paper 'Inseparability, incompatibility and essence' to a one-day workshop at the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University
On October 14 I read a paper on Averroes' logic at the Institut für Philosophie, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz.
I read a paper at a meeting of contributors to Peter Adamson (ed.), Interpreting Averroes (CUP), at the Ludwig Maximilian University, Munich, October 8-9.
I read a paper on intensional logic before Leibniz, at the 15th Congress of Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, in Helsinki, August 7.
Presentations at a conference on Aristotelian and Avicennian modal syllogistic, at the Humboldt University, Berlin, June 18-20: - 'Formalizing the logic of Avicenna' - 'Formalizing the logic of Katibi' - 'Khunaji on impossible individuals'.
November 2014 - February 2015: Monthly seminars at the University of Paris - Diderot, on major reforms in logic.
January 15, 2015: Workshop on recent research on the Prior Analytics and its Greek and Latin reception. University of Paris - Diderot.
November 4-5. 'Necessity in Arabic logic', Faculty of Divinity, University of Cambridge.
October 8. 'Impossible subjects in Arabic logic'. SOCIÉTÉ INTERNATIONALE D’HISTOIRE DES SCIENCES ET DE LA PHILOSOPHIE ARABES ET ISLAMIQUES, Paris.
September. Papers presented to - conference DIALECTIC AND ARISTOTLE'S LOGIC (Groningen) - conference FAITH AND THE TRINITY (Prague)
June. 'Roger Bacon and Robert Kilwardby on relations', EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR MEDIEVAL LOGIC AND SEMANTICS, Cambridge.
June. 'The syllogism and its transformations'. Meeting of contributors to the Cambridge Companion to Medieval Logic, Cambridge.
May 3-4. 'Khunaji's theory of conversion', Annual meeting of the Cambridge / Bochum project, Cambridge.
27 March. 'Order and intension in Robert Kilwardby's Notule libri Priorum'. University of Geneva.
20-26 February. 4 seminars on Arabic and Latin logic. Scuola normale superiore, Pisa. February 1-2. 'The so-called Good Questions attributed to Robert Kilwardby'. research project REPRESENTATION AND REALITY: HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY PERSPECTIVES ON THE ARISTOTELIAN TRADITION, University of Gothenburg.
16 January. Workshop on Commentaries on the Analytics in the Greek, Arabic and Latin traditions. Univertsity of Paris - Diderot.
November 2013 - February 2014. Monthly seminars on theories of reasoning in the Aristotelian tradition. University of Paris - Diderot.