Associate Professor, Program of Liberal Studies
Affiliation: History and Philosophy of Science
Robichaud studies the history of philosophy and intellectual history. He works on Platonism, Neoplatonism, Ancient, Medieval, and Renaissance Philosophy, Italian Renaissance humanism, the classical tradition, and traditions of ancient philosophy, and the philosophy of religion. His research also engages various aspects of philology, premodern manuscript and Early Modern book studies, as well as humanist commentary and textual practices. He is especially interested in the history of Platonism, and its intersections with religious traditions.