Thérèse-Anne Druart has posted the latest of her annual Bibliographical Guides in Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Theology. Links to the whole series are here.
A conference in Germany: Mystik im Mittelalter: Gegensatz oder Vollendung der Vernunft? (7. Symposium zur Philosophie des Mittelalters) Leibnitz Universität Hannover, 25-27 February 2014. See details here.
A conference in England: ROBERT GROSSETESTE AND THE PURSUIT OF RELIGIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC LEARNING IN THE MIDDLE-AGES (July 18th – 20th 2014) Bishop Grosseteste University (Lincoln, UK). CFP Deadline February 10. Details here.
A seminar in the U.S.: There’s an NEH summer institute this year on Medieval Political Philosophy, at Gonzaga University (Spokane, WA), June 16-July 11. Details here. These NEH programs are intended for faculty, although there are usually a few slots for graduate students as well. To be eligible you must teach at an American university. I might add that these NEH summer programs are quite a nice deal: all expenses paid, plus a stipend, and with plenty of time built-in to work on one’s own research. (I might also add that I am myself putting together a proposal to run an NEH Institute in Summer 2015, in Boulder, on the relationship between “medieval” and “early modern” philosophy.)