Georgetown’s Center for Medieval Philosophy is holding a conference in honor of Marilyn McCord Adams, on March 13-14, 2014. There’s an impressive list of participants, and details will presumably be announced heresoon. (Those who plan to attend are requested to email Scott Williams in advance.)
PhD students might consider the various week-long summer seminars sponsored by the Lumen Christi Institute for Catholic Thought at the University of Chicago. One of this summer’s seminars is on Aquinas (in Rome), and another is on Augustine (in Berkeley). Expenses are paid by Lumen Christi. The deadline is Feb. 1. For details see here.
Also for graduate students, the Nationality University of Ireland (Galway) is holding a graduate student workshop on the history of metaphysics, focusing on causality and freedom. The conference is April 2, 2014. The cfp deadline is February 15. There’s an announcement, albeit with limited information, here.
The Medieval Philosophy Network in the UK is meeting on Friday the 28th of February 2014, at the Warburg Institute. For details, check out the Network’s website.
There’s a conference on Nicholas of Cusa in Germany on May 26-28, 2014. The topic, specifically, is Wissensformen bei Nicolaus Cusanus. More information is here.