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Wednesday, May 07, 2008

Midwest Epistemology Workshop

The second annual Midwest Epistemology Workshop will be held October 17-18, 2008 on the campus of the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Nebraska.

The workshop will consist of seven nonconcurrent sessions, each involving a presentation of 45 minutes followed by 45 minutes of discussion, and a longer keynote address. Tyler Burge (UCLA) will give the keynote address.

Speakers: Mike Bergmann (Purdue), Brit Brogaard (ANU/Missouri-St. Louis), Juan Comesana (Wisconsin), Andy Egan (Michigan), Adam Leite (Indiana), Peter Markie (Missouri), and Jonathan Weinberg (Indiana).

More detailed information about the program, accommodations, and travel is available at the conference website.

4 comments:

Inside the Philosophy Factory said...

While you are in Lincoln, make sure you hit The Oven for amazing Indian food.

I did my grad work at UNL and have been unable to find any Indian food that was nearly as good. The rest of Lincoln is unremarkable, but the Oven is the best.

Clayton said...

Wait, wait.

The rest of Lincoln is not unremarkable. We have a Germans from Russia Museum!

Also, there's Yia Yia's for pizza. Really good pizza and they throw ina huge hunk of break with each slice so you can get your carbs in.

Brit Brogaard said...

Thanks for the recommendations!! Will make sure I try both.

Clayton said...

Hey Brit,

I was kidding about the Germans from Russia museum. I think it exists, but I've never been and can't vouch for it. If all goes as planned, I'll call in sick on the Friday before hand and treat myself to a little vacation in Lincoln.

Best,
Clayton