I'm very pleased to announce that we've just posted the program and information about local arrangements for the SIEPM Conference being hosted by the Medieval Institute at Notre Dame in fall. The conference will focus on the particularities of the teaching of philosophy and theology in the studia of the mendicant (Augustinian, Carmelite, Dominican, Franciscan) and monastic (Benedictine, Cistercian) orders and at the theological schools at the Papal Court (notably at Avignon) as distinct from instruction in the faculties of the university proper.
There's a full list of speakers, paper titles, and logistical details about travel to South Bend and accommodations for visitors on our web site. There will be 26 papers given over the course of 3 days and the conference participants reflect the international membership of the SIEPM. CLICKING ON THE HEADLINE OF THIS POST WILL TAKE YOU TO THE CONFERENCE WEB PAGE.