Here’s the latest news about conferences etc.
- There’s a Journée d’études next month on Cosmologie et philosophie naturelle au XIIème siècle : travaux récents (Paris, March 15, 2018)
- A provisional schedule is now available for the medieval conference in Boulder on April 5-7, 2018
- The Franciscan Institute (St. Bonaventure, NY) is offering two week-long masterclasses this summer: a first, by Mary Beth Ingham, on John Duns Scotus, and a second, by Jay Hammond, on Bonaventure’s Collationes in Hexaemeron. Details here
- After Certainty: A Workshop with Robert Pasnau will take place in Paris in a couple of weeks (Paris, March 8, 2018)
- The conference at Leuven this summer on Marsilius of Padua (July 6-7, 2018) has extended its deadline for receiving proposals to February 28th
- The North-Western Italian Philosophy Consortium has announced its 5th International Graduate Conference in the History of Philosophy, on the topic “Humans and Nature.” (Pavia, Sept. 17-18, 2018). Both current and recent graduate students are eligible. Paper proposals due June 15
- A multi-day conference on Peter John Olivi and La construction de la personne humaine is taking place in Rome next fall (October 4-6, 2018, La Sapienza). The call for paper deadline is March 15.
- The 23rd annual SIEPM colloquium will be in Leuven (Oct. 10-12, 2018), on the topic of Living and Dying in Medieval Philosophy
- A conference in the Czech Republic has been announced on From Quadrivium to Natural Sciences: New Impulses in the Traditional Framework (Ostrava, Nov. 15-16, 2018). Deadline for submissions is September 3.