Just a quick post to let conference attendees know that vans will pick us up at the hotel at 8:30 a.m. on conference days to take us to the conference. The conference information page has also been updated to reflect this information.
Greetings, friends of NASPH! This fall’s annual meeting, centering on the theme of “Hermeneutics and Application,” with Lorenzo Simpson as the keynote, will be held at UC Riverside, October 5-6, 2012. Conference information is now available.
In addition, as is our custom, submitted papers will be posted prior to the conference as they are made available by their authors. The papers will be available on the “NASPH 2012” conference page of this website (see link on the green bar above). We look forward to seeing you in Riverside this fall!
The 7th annual meeting of the North American Society for Philosophical Hermeneutics will be held October 5-6, 2012 at the University of California, Riverside. The Call for Papers is here. The invited speakers are Lorenzo Simpson (keynote), Georgia Warnke, and Kathleen Wright. For more information please visit nasph.org.
beginning this Thursday.
It is always our hope that the papers will be read ahead of time as that helps
facilitate and elevate the conversation.
lunch will be a discussion of the final ten pages or so of Gadamer’s 1988 essay
“Plato as Portraitist.”
40 Webster Street
Brookline, MA 02446
Hotel phone: 617-734-1393
Hotel Fax: 617-734-1392
Deadline for special rate: August 23
The conference organizers wish to emphasize that, after the reservation deadline of August 23, the block of rooms will be released to the general public. Since the meeting is taking place on a football weekend, it is likely that the hotel is already turning people away from our block of rooms. These rooms will therefore go rather quickly after the 23rd, and the rate will be much higher as well. In addition, it will be very difficult to find alternate hotel accommodations near Boston College for the meeting after that date, not only because of the football game but also because it is the beginning of the school year for many colleges and universities in the Boston area, and parents who bring their sons and daughters to school will be taking up hotel space as well.