University of Denver and Marquette University

PHILOSOPHY IN THE ABRAHAMIC TRADITIONS

Ninth Annual Summer Conference 2016 at

Marquette University

6-8 July 2016


 




For information on projected Workshops 2015-2027, click HERE.



 


Philosophy in the Abrahamic Traditions

International Live Video Workshop on


Ibn Rushd / Averroes


21-23 June 2017


Presented by the Departments of Philosophy at


the University of Denver and Marquette University

and

the University of Denver’s Center for Judaic Studies



Organizers:


Prof. Sarah Pessin, University of Denver

&

Prof. Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University



First held at Marquette University in 2008, this Summer Conference alternates between the University of Denver and Marquette University.

Starting in summer 2014 the format will change to an annual Workshop.


Workshop Format & Schedule


2017 Presenters:


Prof. Josep Puig Montada, Universidad Complutenses, Madrid

Prof. Richard C. Taylor, Marquette University, Milwaukee

Third presenter: TBA


Program Forthcoming


Event Location:

Raynor Memorial Library,

third floor, room 320a


Wednesday 21 June 2017


For attendees physically present at Marquette University:

Morning 9:00-12:00: Contributed Presentations

(1)    9-9:55: presentation and discussion

(2) 10-10:55: presentation and discussion

(3) 11-11:55: presentation and discussion


Afternoon 1:00-3:00: 

Preparation seminar for first Thursday morning discussion of first video presentation

Afternoon 3:30-5:30:

Preparation seminar for second Thursday morning discussion of second Video presentation

5:30 pm

Depart for Reception at the home of Prof. Taylor on Friess Lake followed by dinner at the nearby Fox and Hounds Restaurant


Housing at Marquette: Straz Tower

Room Block Dates: June 25, 2017 departing on June 29, 2017

Sleeping Room Summary

June 25, 2017 -- 10 single rooms
June 26, 2017 -- 10 single rooms
June 27, 2017  -- 10 single rooms
June 28, 2017 -- 10 single rooms

Nightly Room Rates
Straz Tower
Single Occupancy         $54.00       
DoubleOccupancy$78.00

Triple Occupancy$87.00
Quad Occupancy$97.00

Reservation Procedures

Cut-Off Date

Cut-off date: May 25, 2017. Rooms requested after the cut-off date are subject to availability.
Check in time: After 3 p.m.*
Checkout time: Prior to 10 a.m.*
*These times are based upon Central Standard Time.

Reservation Procedures

Method of reservation is Individual/Direct. Individuals are requested to call 414-288-7887 for reservations after January 1st. Individuals should let the reservations assistant know they are associated with the Aristotle and Aristotelian Traditions Conference. 


Thursday 22 June 2017


 10 am - 10:55 am

Discussion of First Expert Video Presentation


 11 am - 11:55 am

Discussion of Second Expert Video Presentation



2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Preparation seminar for Friday morning discussion of third Video presentation


Dinner options TBA


Friday 23 June 2017


 10 am - 10:55 am

Discussion of Third Expert Video Presentation


Break 10:15 am - 10:45 am


General discussion with Expert Speakers

11:00-12:30 pm


Afternoon 2:00-5:00 pm: Contributed Presentations


(4) 2-2:55: presentation and discussion

(5) 3-3:55: presentation and discussion

(6) 4-4:55: presentation and discussion


Evening:

Dinner on the outside terrace at the Seven Seas Restaurant

on beautiful Lake Nagawicka.


Housing Options


Among the most convenient local hotels are the four star Ambassador Hotel and the less expensive three star Ambassador Inn across the street.

See http://www.ambassadormilwaukee.com  and

http://www.ambassadorinnmilwaukee.com respectively.



Housing available at Marquette University


UPDATED INFORMATION FORTHCOMING


Room Block Dates: July 5, 2016 departing on July 9, 2016

Sleeping Room Summary

Tues., July 5 – 5 rooms

Wed., July 6 – 5 rooms

Thurs., July 7 – 5 rooms

Fri., July 8 – 5 rooms

Nightly Room Rates

Mashuda Hall
Single Occupancy             $49.50       
DoubleOccupancy         $71.50

Triple Occupancy             $82.00

Cut-Off Date

Cut-off date: June 6, 2016. Rooms requested after the cut-off date are subject to availability.
Check in time: After 3 p.m.*
Checkout time: Prior to 10 a.m.*
* These times are based upon Central Standard Time.

Reservation Procedures

Method of reservation is Individual/Direct. Individuals are requested to call 414-288-7206 for reservations. Individuals should let the reservations assistant know they are associated with the Abrahamic Traditions Conference. 

 

Guaranteed Reservations

All reservations must be guaranteed with a valid credit card number. MasterCard or Visa are accepted.  Failure to check-in as scheduled without canceling the reservation at least 48 hours prior to the date of arrival will result in the guest being charged one night’s room. Failure to check-out at the posted time on the date of departure will also result in a penalty fee. There are no refunds for early departures.

Additional Policies

Rooms reserved under room blocks are not guaranteed to be located in the same area of the residence hall. It is our policy to try to keep all groups together, but special requests at times prohibit this from happening.

There is a $5 lockout policy to any guest who is locked out of his/her room.  There is a $75 key replacement fee that is billed to the guest for any key that is lost or not returned upon checkout.  Rooms are re-keyed immediately for security reasons; therefore, we cannot issue refunds for guests who send in or return keys after checkout time. 

Each guest is expected to leave his/her guest room in the same condition in which it was found at check-in.  Any damages sustained to the room during the guest’s stay will be billed directly to the guest.  Any damages noticed by a guest should be brought to the immediate attention of the desk staff.


Force Majeure

Neither party shall be considered in default in the performance of its obligations under this Agreement if such performance is prevented or delayed by Force Majeure. "Force Majeure" shall be understood to be any cause which is beyond the reasonable control of the party affected and which is forthwith, by notice from the party affected, brought to the attention of the other party, including but not limited to, severe weather, war, hostilities, revolution, civil commotion, strike, lockout, epidemic, accident, fire, wind or flood or because of any law, order, proclamation, ruling, regulation or ordinance of any government or subdivision of government or because of any act of God.

 

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