Hotel and Flight Information for NASPH 2019 Conference

Dear NASPH members, this is the information for the hotel for the conference in Eugene 3-5 October. You will also find flight information.

Please call and make reservations at the hotel of your choice as soon as possible. We have three home games in a row, so Saturday will be booked quickly.

  • Best Western New Oregon, 1655 Franklin Blvd 541-683-3669 $171 per night plus taxes
  • University Inn & Suites, 1857 Franklin Blvd 541-342-4804 $152 per night plus taxes
  • Days Inn by Wyndam Eugene, 1859 Franklin Blvd 541-342-6383 $152 per night plus taxes
  • Best Western Greentree Inn, 1759 Franklin Blvd 541-485-2727 $152 per night plus taxes
  • Graduate Eugene (Formerly Hilton), 66 E 6th Avenue  541-342-2000 $232 per night plus taxes

These prices are subject to change of course, but these are the prices listed for Oct 3-6, 2019 as of today.

You should fly into Eugene, there are flights that connect with main airports, such as Seattle, L.A., Chicago, and Denver. Depending on the hotel you will have a 20-minute taxi ride or a hotel shuttle. Another option is to fly into Portland. The airport is on the Northside of the city, so you are looking at a two-hour car ride to Eugene. There is a shuttle from the airport to Eugene, but it runs at specific times (

Sessions will take place on campus. Locations TBA. We will have the program for you shortly.

With best wishes, and looking forward to seeing you soon in Oregon,

Alejandro, Carolyn, Cynthia, and Lawrence

2019 NASPH Call For Papers–June 15 Extended Submission Deadline


14th Annual Meeting, October 3-5, 2019

Keynote Speakers:

Kristin Gjesdal (Temple University) Charles Scott (Penn State) James Risser (Seattle University)

Papers on all themes related to philosophical hermeneutics are welcome. Sessions will consist of 30-minute presentations of papers followed by discussion. In the spirit of dialogue and meaningful reflection, presenters will be invited to make their papers available to be read in advance. While time to present papers is limited, submissions may be between 3,000 and 5,000 words. Papers in English, formatted for blind review, must be submitted electronically to Attachments in .doc, .pdf, or .rtf format are preferable. The new extended submission deadline is June 15, 2019. Papers by graduate students on relevant themes will be considered for the Hans-Georg Gadamer Essay Prize. Please indicate if you wish to be considered. Lastly, direct inquiries about the conference and the society to or consult our website at