FEW 2013 Announcement

Believe it or not, this will be our 10th FEW!

We are very pleased to announce that FEW 2013 will be co-located with The Rutgers Epistemology Conference (REC), which is also celebrating its 10th meeting.

Both meetings will take place at the Hyatt Regency in New Brunswick.

FEW will take place on May 8 and 9 and REC will take place on May 10 and 11. There will be a “bridge” session on the morning of the 10th. The “bridge speaker” will be Brian Weatherson.

The FEW schedule will be much shorter (and more relaxed) than usual. We will have the following nine (9) invited speakers, including our “bridge” speaker (there will be no contributed papers this year).

Rachael Briggs
Jim Joyce
Matt Kotzen
Hannes Leitgeb
Christian List
Sherri Roush
Robert Stalnaker
Katya Tentori
Brian Weatherson

If you’d like to serve as a “chair” or a “discussant” for one of the FEW talks (so that your name can go on the online schedule, which would probably allow you to use research money to cover your trip), please email me and we’ll work something out.

We hope that FEW participants will stick around for REC. The invited speakers at REC (aside from the “bridge” speaker) will be:

Tamar Szabo Gendler
Sanford Goldberg
Matthew McGrath
Susanna Siegel
David Sosa

And, the discussants for REC will be:

Adam Elga
• Pascal Engel
• Imogen Dickie
• Baron Reed

We hope you’ll be able to join us this year — at the intersection of formal and traditional philosophy.

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