Rega Wood (Indiana) is looking for a research associate to work on the Richard Rufus Project. It’s a one-year position, possibly extendable, and open either to junior or to more senior scholars looking for a sabbatical opportunity. Applicants should be comfortable working with both medieval paleography and computer-based projects. Further information here. The advertised soft deadline was January 15, 2022, but Rega asked me just today to post something.
Somerville College (Oxford) is hosting an interdisciplinary conference on New Visions of Julian of Norwich (July 15-16, 2022). This will be a hybrid event. Abstracts are due February 1, 2022.
The Aquinas Institute at Blackfriars Hall (Oxford) is sponsoring a workshop in early summer on Aquinas’s Christology, aimed at graduate students and recent graduates. Expenses will be covered. The dates are May 30 – June 2, 2022. Details here. The application deadline is February 1, 2022.
Edit Lukács and Monika Michałowska (Łódz) are sponsoring an online conference this March 10-11 on The Oxford Calculators and Their Milieu on Ethics. Talks will be available, prerecorded, in advance, and the conference itself will consist of live discussion sessions.
The University of Sydney is sponsoring a Workshop on Epistemic Virtue from the Ancient to the Early Modern Period (April 20-21, 2022). It is currently planned as a hybrid event. Details here. Cfp deadline is February 5, 2022.
The Thomistic Institute (Washington DC) is offering various programs this summer:
- a graduate colloquium on Eucharistic Metaphysics, led by Gyula Klima (Fordham). The dates are July 17-23, 2022.
- a graduate colloquium on Aquinas and Bonaventure on Christ and the Holy Spirit (July 24-30, 2022), led by Joseph Wawrykow (Notre Dame).
- A week long fellowship program aimed more broadly at students from various fields on The City of God in Modernity: Culture and Ecclesiology (June 12-17, 2022).
- Funding for all these programs is available. The application deadline is March 31.
The Lumen Christi Institute has announced their annual slate of week-long summer courses. Particularly relevant to this blog is a seminar on Aquinas’s Five Ways, led by Stephen Brock (Rome) and a seminar on Origen of Alexandria by John Behr (Aberdeen) and Lewis Ayres (Durham). The courses are intended for PhD students. Funding is available. Details here.
The University of Łódz is sponsoring another conference next fall, The Forgotten Giants’ Shoulders — In the Background of Famous Philosophical Ideas: Methodological Breaks and Continuations in the Philosophy of Nature. The cfp deadline is March 31, 2022. (Łódz, September 6-10, 2022.)
Medievalists have done very well in grant competitions this winter.
- Lorenz Demey (KU Leuven) has received an ERC Starting Grant for his project, “Towards a Systematic Theory of Aristotelian Diagrams in Logical Geometry”
- Tamer Nawar (Groningen) has received an ERC Starting Grant for his project, “Truth in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy”
- Caterina Tarlazzi (Venice) has received an ERC Starting Grant for her project, ““Polyphonic Philosophy: Logic in the Long Twelfth Century (c. 1070-1220) for a New Horizon in the History of Philosophy”
- Joseph Stenberg (San Jose State) has received an NEH grant for “The Ethics of 14th-Century French Philosopher Jean Buridan”
- Thomas Ward (Baylor) has received an NEH grant for “John Duns Scotus’s De Primo Principio: Translation and Commentary”