CFP: Intellect, Divinity, and the Good in Aristotle and the Aristotelian Traditions
Submission deadline: February 15, 2022
June 20, 2022 - June 22, 2022
Department of Philosophy, Marquette University
Milwaukee, United States
Call for Abstracts: Sixteenth Marquette Summer Seminar in Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
Intellect, Divinity, and the Good in Aristotle and the Aristotelian Traditions
20-22 June 2022
This In-Person Conference is intended to provide a formal occasion and central location for philosophers and scholars of the Midwest region (and anywhere elsewhere) to present and discuss their current work on Aristotle and his interpreters in ancient and medieval philosophy.
Please note: Plans are for an in-person conference. We will switch to a hybrid or fully online format only in the event of a significant surge in local Milwaukee area COVID infection rates. If a presenter selected for the conference program is later barred from travel due to COVID infection rates in the home country or region, we will arrange for an online presentation.
PRESENTERS: Established Scholars: send a title and abstract of around 500 words; Graduate Students: send a title, abstract of around 500 words and have your faculty advisor or dissertation director email indicating that you are doing professional level work. (This need not be a full recommendation.) Send applications to:
CLOSING DATE FOR SUBMISSIONS: 15 February 2022
The Organizing Committee will select presenters on the basis of promise of quality of proposals (title and abstract) and scholarly record as the primary criteria. Presenters selected will be asked to confirm their participation by registering and paying the conference fee ($45).
PROGRAM ANNOUNCED: March 15, 2022 or earlier