Richard Paul Blum
Therese Scarpelli Cory
Edward C. Halper
The Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy was founded in December 1978 to foster research and teaching in the field, to organize scholarly meetings and conferences, to publish a newsletter and a monograph series, and to cooperate with other learned societies in projects of common interest.
The Society kindly requests that members submit their 2014 Society Dues by April 15. You may find an application/dues form under the "Join" tab, where you may also electronically pay your dues via PayPal.
The Society and its members host a number of sessions and conferences on all aspects of medieval and Renaissance philosophy. For a list many of these conference go to Conferences and for a list of Call for Papers go to Calls. If you are interested in listing a conference or Call for Paper please contact the Society’s Secretary-Treasurer, Jon McGinnis, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To initiate interest in the Society the SMRP gives a one-time, free one-year memberships to graduate students who presented papers at medieval conferences, meetings or panels. Graduate student should fill out a full application (application form and CV) and submit it to the Society's Secretary-Treasurer, Jon McGinnis, at email@example.com as well as have the conference organizer contact the Secretary-Treasurer to confirm your participation in the event
This year's SMRP Founders Award winner is Thomas Ward, Loyola Marymount University, for his paper "Animals, Animal Parts, and Hylomorphism: John Duns Scotus's Pluralism about Substantial Form".
The Society is now accepting submissions for the 2014 SMRP Founders Award. For
Announcing the formation of the International Albertus Magnus Society. The Society will strive to:
First Business Meeting
At present, there are no membership dues. If you would like to be added to the membership list, please send your email address and contact details to: Irven-Resnick@utc.edu
Brief Bibliographical Guides in Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Theology
Professor Druart's complete Bibliographical Guide including updates through 2013 can be found at A Brief Bibilographical Guide in Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Theology.
Invitation for Studies at the CNR in Rome
Prof. Riccardo Pozzo of Il Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) is the director of the Istituto per il Lessico Intellettuale Europeo e la Storia delle Idee, via Nomentana 118, 00196 Rome; this is the leading research center on the "translatio studiorum" domain. He would very much welcome guests and partners from among the SMRP membership. For further information, please contact Prof. Pozzo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SMRP promotes medieval and Renaissance philosophy in several ways, whether through our newsletter, regular sessions, monograph subvention program or SMRP Founders' Award. Please consider supporting the Society in its endeavors by making a donation to the SMRP.