September’s News

Clelia Crialesi is organizing a series of four online workshops on premodern mathematical thought. Each is devoted to a century, from the 13th to the 16th. The first workshop is this Friday, September 16th, 2022. Details about the whole project can be found at mathematicalia.com.

There’s a major conference on Peter Auriol in Rome at the end of the month, in honor of the seventh centenary of his death (September 29-30, 2022). Details here.

The fourth meeting of Divergent Scholasticism, on zoom, is coming on October 7, 2022. The focus of these workshops is the scholastic tradition between Europe and Americas, from 1500 to 1700. The talks for this meeting are in Spanish.

Jenny Pelletier (Gothenburg) and colleagues are organizing a conference for next June on Rewriting the History of Political Thought from the Margins (Berlin, June 8-9, 2023). The cfp deadline is October 17, 2022.

Solmsen Fellowships at the University of Wisconsin are again being advertised, for junior and senior scholars working on Europe pre-1700. The application deadline is October 27, 2022.

James Dominic Rooney tells me that his Hong Kong-based medieval philosophy reading group is continuing this year, and plans to focus on Aquinas and Anselm. It’s on Zoom. If you’re interested in joining, contact Father Rooney directly.

Lenn Goodman (Vanderbilt) is working on a new translation/commentary of the Guide to the Perplexed. You can listen to him talk about Maimonides’ Guide on the Judaism Demystified podcast. The video is here. Audio versions are available through Spotify, Apple, etc.

Claus Andersen (South Bohemia) has compiled a list of the 19 volumes of Henry of Ghent’s Opera omnia (Leuven) that are available online at the Internet Archive.

Congratulations to Juan Carlos Flores (Detroit Mercy), who has won a major NEH grant for work on the critical edition of Henry’s Summa art. 73-75.

Another major NEH grant has gone to Todd Buras (Baylor), who will be running a summer institute for primary and secondary-school educators “exploring the disputatio, or disputed questions, as a tool for discussing the nature of wisdom.”

The Journal of the History of Philosophy seeks a new book review editor, to replace Jean-Luc Solère (Boston College). There is an announcement here.

The July issue of IPM Monthly features an interesting video interview with Tianyue Wu (Peking University).

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2 comments on “September’s News

  1. Valery Rees says:

    Thank you for these updates – a real ‘window on the world’ of medieval studies – useful even for those of us on the very fringes.

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