This is to announce that the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will be hosting the second annual Midwest Epistemology Workshop (MEW) Friday Oct. 17th—Saturday Oct. 18th, 2008. The workshop is an annual event where epistemologists present and discuss recently completed work or work in progress. It is open to everyone. Those interested in attending should contact Al Casullo at [firstname.lastname@example.org].
The keynote speaker for this year’s workshop is Tyler Burge, UCLA.
This year’s workshop will consist of eight nonconcurrent sessions, each involving a presentation of approximately 40 minutes followed by 40 minutes of discussion. As they are made available, workshop papers will be distributed to participants in advance of the workshop. This year’s presenters include Mike Bergmann (Purdue), Andy Egan (Michigan), Adam Leite (Indiana), Peter Markie (Missouri), Brit Brogaard (Missouri-St. Louis), Jonathan Weinberg (Indiana), and Juan Comesaña (Wisconsin). For more information, see here
MEW2 is supported by the Chambers Research Fund, the UNL College of Arts and Sciences, the UNL Philosophy Department, and the Cedric Evans Memorial Lecture Fund.