Catching Up on Spring News

It’s been a while since I’ve posted! Here’s a first installment of the news:

LMU Munich is sponsoring a hybrid conference next week on Medieval Arabic and Latin Conceptions of Spirit (March 25-26, 2022). There’s some information here.

There’s a March 31 deadline for various fellowships and grants offered by the British Society for the History of Philosophy.

Philosophers living in circumstances that put them at risk of persecution or harassment are invited to apply for a visiting scholarship at Cornell University. The deadline for application is April 15, 2022.

There’s a conference this spring in Ottawa on the Philosophical Thought of Godfrey of Fontaines (May 11-13, 2022).

There’s a hybrid meeting on late scholastic Iberian theories of ethics and cosmopolitan justice being organized for May by the research group on Thought and Jesuit Tradition in the Early Modernity (PEMOSJ) (May 12-13, Seville). Details here.

Lydia Schmacher (King’s College London) is hosting a hybrid conference on Powers of the Soul in Medieval (Franciscan) Thought (London, May 27-28, 2022).

The Marquette Annual Summer Seminar on Aristotle and the Aristotelian Tradition plans to be back in person this summer, on the topic Intellect, Divinity, and the Good in Aristotle and the Aristotelian Tradition (June 20-22, 2022).

The Max Planck Institute is running a conference next fall on Philosophical Perspectives on Medieval Theories of Science (Berlin, Sept. 27-28, 2022).

The Vicious, Antisocial, Sinful project has announced a medieval workshop for early 2023, in Jyväskylä. Abstracts should be submitted by April 14, 2022. Details here.

Congratulations to Ana María Mora Márquez (Gothenburg), who’s received a five-year extension from the Wallenberg Academy to pursue social epistemology within Aristotelian theories of science. Be on the lookout for one or more postdocs coming out of this project in 2023.