- Congratulations to Jan Aertsen for winning the Journal of the History of Philosophy Book Prize for 2013. The book, of course, is his Medieval Philosophy as Transcendental Thought from Philip the Chancellor (ca. 1225) to Francisco Suarez (Leiden: Brill, 2012).
- The International Society for Intellectual History is again offering the Charles Schmitt Prize, for a paper in intellectual history, going back to 1500. Deadline is December 31. For details, go here.
- VU University Amersterdam is sponsoring a major conference over the next few days: Analysis and Synthesis: Philosophical Methods and Scientific Methodology in Ancient and Medieval Thought (December 18-21, 2013). Details here.
- Hard on the heels of my post about positions being advertised in medieval philosophy, a postdoc has just been announced in Arabic philosophy, associated with the previously-mentioned Gothenburg project on Reality and Representation. The position is advertised here.