2020 (zoom) Summer Colloquium

June 3-5, 2020 – on Zoom owing to the COVID-19 pandemic

[ * = presenting]

Peter Adamson, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

Deborah Black, University of Toronto

*Nate Bulthuis, St Joseph’s University – “Empty Beliefs: Walter Burley on Cognition, Content, and Mental Language”

Rianne Chen, New York University

Caleb Cohoe, Metropolitan State University

Antoine Côté, University of Ottawa

Felicia di Palo, Cornell University

Nicolas Faucher, University of Helsinki

Russell Friedman, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven

Gloria Frost, University of St Thomas

Andy Galloway, Cornell University

Sebastian Garren, John Paul II Preparatory School, St. Louis

Michael Gorman, Catholic University of America

*Peter Hartman, Loyola University, Chicago – “Durand of St-Pourçain’s Theory of Modes”

*Jeffrey Hause, Creighton University – “Aquinas on Intention in Action”

Tobias Hoffmann, Catholic University of America

Karolina Hübner, Cornell University

Vikram Kumar, Cornell University

Jordan Lavender, University of Notre Dame

Can Laurens Loewe, Purdue University

*Edit Anna Lukács, Visiting Fellow, PIMS, Toronto; Institut für Österreichische Geschichtsforschung, Universität Wien – “The complexe significabile as a fatalist argument”

Scott MacDonald, Cornell University

Colleen McCluskey, St Louis University

Jeffrey McDonough, Harvard University

*Ana María Mora-Márquez, Göteborgs Universitet – “13th-Century Aristotelian Logic, A Theory of Scientific Method”

John Mulhall, Harvard University

Stephen Ogden, Catholic University of America

*Robert Pasnau, University of Colorado / Institut d’Etudes Avancées de Paris – “How To Be Ibn Rushdian on Intellect”

Sam Pell, Purdue University

*Martin Pickavé, University of Toronto – “Francis of Meyronnes on Beings of Reason”

*Giorgio Pini, Fordham University – “Duns Scotus on Mental Being: An Attempt at a Road Map”

Jean Porter, University of Notre Dame

Stephen Read, University of St. Andrews

Heftzi M. Vázquez Rodríguez, Cornell University

*Magali Roques, CNRS, Paris – “Ockham on Social Ontology – in His Academic Writings”

Grace Salzeider, Bryn Mawr College

Fr. Raphael Mary Salzillo, University of St Thomas, Houston

Anat Schechtman, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Mary Sirridge, Louisiana State University

Brett W. Smith, Franciscan University of Steubenville

Zita Toth, University of Virginia/Indiana University

Justin Vlasits, University of Tübingen

Rega Wood, Indiana University