First, a workshop for PhD students:
- Lumen Christi Summer Seminar: Metaphysics and the Soul in Thomas Aquinas (Rome, June 19-24) [Room, board and travel are supplied. Deadline is February 1.]
Now some conferences that just happened (And that I failed to report in a more timely way. But I take it that conference reports, like good travel writing, are of interest even when the trip is impossible to make):
- Reading Aristotle in Britain During the 13th Century (Conference of the Societas Artistarum 1) [January 23, 2015 — London]
- BrianFest: A Celebration of the Career and Work of Brian Copenhaver (Jan. 23-34, 2015 — UCLA)
Next, some conferences you might actually attend without the aid of time travel:
- Eternity in Medieval and Early Modern Philosophy (February 22, 2015 — Princeton)
- Meta-Metaphysical Themes: 1274 and Beyond (February 27, 2015 — Boulder)
- Economic Justice, Franciscans, and Poverty: Insights and Challenges from Peter of John Olivi (July 12-15, 2015 — St. Bonaventure, NY)
- Thomistic Natural Philosophy (society meeting at the ACPA on Oct. 8-11, 2015 in Boston). Call for papers deadline April 15. Contact Michael Tkacz (Gonzaga Univ.) for more information.
Finally, last time I posted information about conferences, Lucian Petrescu commented by simply pasting in the URL of the Pariscope médiéval website. And, indeed, if you go to the monthly conference listing, you will find a wealth of information about medieval events in France — along with much other useful information.