October 3-6, 2021 University of Notre Dame McKenna Hall Conference Center Founded in 1977, the Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy is the only learned society in the U.S. dedicated exclusively to medieval and Renaissance philosophy. This inaugural conference brings together more than 90 scholars from across the country and around the world to share … More SMRP Inaugural Conference
A call for papers for a session being proposed for the Renaissance Society of America’s 2022 annual meeting (March 3rd- April 2nd, Dublin). Theme: Identity and Agency in Renaissance and Medieval Thought Submissions are due July 16th, 2021 to Sean Erwin at Serwin@barry.edu. Attached is the CFP with session details.
The Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy (SMRP) awards an annual prize of $500 for the best paper on Medieval or Renaissance philosophy by a younger scholar. Eligibility is restricted to graduate students and recent PhDs (within the last five years). The award recipient will be invited to present a paper at a SMRP session … More Call for Papers: Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy 2021 Founder’s Prize
Denis Robichaud and Darrel Rutkin co-edited the most recent special issue of Bruniana & Campanelliana dedicated to Marsilio Ficino’s Cosmology: Sources and Reception. Please click on the link below to view more of the journal with the table of contents. http://www.libraweb.net/articoli.php?chiave=202004102&rivista=41