- Congratulations to Travis Dumsday (Concordia-Edmonton), who has won a Canada Research Chair.
- Congratulations to Marilyn McCord Adams (Rutgers), who has been elected, this spring, to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. (The press release characterizes her position at Rutgers as “a recurring visiting professor in the Department of Philosophy.”)
- The Cornell Summer Colloquium in Medieval Philosophy meets May 28-30, 2015 (Ithaca, NY)
- The Representation and Reality group in Gothenburg has announced two workshops for next fall: one on memory (September 5-6) and another on the ethical saying “For the principle does not occur to him” (November 7-8). Their annual conference, as previously announced, is this June 12-14.
- The International Conference on Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (a joint meeting of the Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy and the Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy) meets October 23-25, 2015 (Fordham)
- Sander de Boer and Han Thomas Adriaenssen are beginning what they hope will be an annual Dutch Seminar in Medieval Philosophy, beginning this fall (October 30-31 in Groningen). The CFP deadline is July 1.
Last, career opportunities:
- The SIEPM is advertising a yearly competition for a stipend to conduct research at the Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame. Open only to younger scholars (35 or under). The application deadline is June 1. Details here.
- The American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly is again sponsoring its Rising Scholar Essay Contest, for scholars who have not yet attained the rank of associate professor. Submission deadline is September 1, 2015.
- The University of Helsinki is advertising a four-year position for a doctoral student, focused on medieval theories of perception.
- A week-long summer school has been announced in Saint-Omer (France): “Reconstituer une bibliothèque médiévale aujourd’hui : l’exemple de Saint-Bertin” (August 25-29, 2015).
With all that, this blog goes on summer vacation.