The Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy: Inaugural Conference Call for Papers

October 8, 2019

The Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy

Inaugural Conference

Call for Papers

In response to membership interest, the Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy is pleased to announce that it will begin organizing conferences every two to three years, to bring together all scholars working in areas of medieval and renaissance philosophy. The inaugural conference will be hosted by the University of Notre Dame, South Bend (USA), September 30th to October 2nd, 2020.

The Society invites proposals for individual presentations or sessions on any topic(s) or figure(s) in medieval or renaissance philosophy.

For presentation proposals please submit an abstract of 200 words or less. Presentation length should not exceed twenty minutes.

Proposals for session topics should include the title of the session, a brief description of the subject area (50 words or less), names of presenters and individual presentation titles (maximum of 3 papers per session).

Please submit presentation and session proposals to John Peck, jpeck3@nd.edu, by February 1st 2020.

Presenters need not be members of the SMRP to be included on the program. However, to join or renew your membership in the SMRP go to http://smrpphil.org/ and select membership.

Program Committee: Thérèse Cory (University of Notre Dame), John Peck (University of Notre Dame), Christina Van Dyke (Calvin University) & Sean Erwin (Barry University)

Questions? Please contact Thérèse Cory, tcory@nd.edu, and John Peck, jpeck3@nd.edu.



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