The schedule for the EPISTEME conference at CMU this summer is up. A selection of articles will appear in the recently renewed version of EPISTEME (the journal) which now intends to publish articles in formal social epistemology and other areas of formal epistemology. Aside from the presence of 8 distinguished invited speakers the program includes 18 additional accepted talks of excellent quality featuring both young and well known researchers in this area. The speakers will consider salient foundational issues in interactive and Bayesian epistemology, bounded rationality for interacting agents, learning in networks and signaling, issues about agreement and disagreement, voting theory, judgment aggregation and value aggregation, meta-induction and paradoxes of interactive rationality, etc. Everybody is welcome to attend. Hope to see you at CMU in June!