Mt. Timpanogos by CodyHatch @ Flickr via CC
We are all ready for our 11th Annual gathering April 13-17, 2011 at Sundance in Utah, hosted by Michael Shaw and all the good people at Utah Valley University.
Here you will find all the information related to the conference, which is set to be one of our biggest on record.
You may download, view and print a PDF version of the 2011 Ancient Philosophy Society Program here.
As always, you can register for the conference through the Ancient Philosophy Society Conference Registration page hosted by the Philosophy Documentation Center. Register as soon as possible, but definitely before March 20th, 2011, after which a late registration will be assessed.
For lodging reservations at the Sundance Resort, please contact Tiffany Nez, the UVU Honors Program Coordinator at:
(Monday through Friday, 9:00am-5:00pm)
For more information about the Sundance Resort where the conference will be held, visit: www.sundanceresort.com.
For those participating in and following the event on Twitter and Flickr, we will use the #APS11 hash tag. Follow us on Twitter @ancientphil and on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/AncientPhilosophySociety
The 2009 Ancient Philosophy Society Conference Program is now available (.pdf). We are very excited about this year’s program and are very pleased to have had so many excellent papers submitted.
For those of you attending the conference, don’t forget to register here before March 28th, 2009. After that date, registrations will be $20 more. For more information on the 2009 conference, click here.
The program committee has completed its work and we are in the process of determining which of the many excellent papers we received will make it onto the program. This year we are considering adding a few concurrent sessions so as to accommodate more papers.
We recognize that those of you who have submitted papers are waiting to hear about the status of your paper. We ask for your patience as we consider how best to include as many papers as we can. We should have the program set and contact those on it within the next two weeks.
We are happy to report that we have again received an enormous number of submissions to the 9th Annual Meeting of the Ancient Philosophy Society to be held this year at Loyola College in Maryland April 23-26, 2009. This year have received over 75 submissions for a program that has traditionally accommodated about 14 papers (not including invited keynote speakers.)
Although we have historically held to a tradition of having only plenary sessions at our annual conference, due to the large number of submissions we have been receiving over the past few years, we are looking into the possibility of having a few concurrent sessions so we can accept more of the excellent work submitted.
Decisions about the program will be made by February 15th, 2009 and we hope to have the online conference registration page for this year up and running by the end of December 2008.
Thank you to all who took the time to submit a paper to the Ancient Philosophy Society and know that we are working to accept as many excellent papers as possible.
The final program has now been set for the 2008 Ancient Philosophy Society meeting in New York, hosted by Claudia Baracchi and the New School for Social Research.
To download and view a copy of the program in pdf format, please click here.
Many thanks to Claudia and Chris Roberts as well as to the entire program committee who did an excellent job putting together a program from so many excellent submissions.
To register for the conference, click here to link to the Philosophy Documentation Center APS conference registration page.
For hotel information, see this post.
This year’s program for the Ancient Philosophy Society’s meeting at the New School in New York is almost final. For those of you trying to make plans, see this post for hotel information, and note that the conference is set to begin on Thursday the 10th at 2pm and it will end on Sunday the 13th after a keynote address by Barbara Cassin scheduled from 11:15am to 1pm.If at all possible, please plan your trip so that you will be able to stay through Sunday at 1pm.Once the program is finalized, it will be posted.