Justine's salons are on varied topics from philosophy and politics to art and culture. She is particularly interested in questions on virtue ethics and the Platonic forms. She enjoys reviving the aspirational egalitarian ethos of salonnières of the 18th and 19th centuries and draws on her PhD research, on the history of Enlightenment salon culture, for inspiration. Chamber music is an integral element of her salon and she regularly invites classical concert musicians from around the world.
With philosopher Jules Evans, author of The Art of Losing Control: A Philosopher's Search for Ecstatic Experience as speaker
With Dilara Hafiz, author of The American Muslim Teenager's Handbook and Humanities lecturer at Jacksonville University and Flagler College, as speaker.
With Dr. Martin Ruehl, Lecturer in the Department of German & Dutch, at the University of Cambridge, as speaker
With Dr Piers Bursill-Hall, History of Mathematics Professor in the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, University of Cambridge, as speaker
With David Henty, one of the greatest living art forgers and copyist artists, as speaker