A quick reminder that the Mark Sainsbury Lecture, which will this year be given by Professor Dorothy Egington FBA, and the Mark Sainsbury Fest are taking place on the 16 and 16-17th of May, respectively!
All are still very welcome to attend (registration required for Mark Sainsbury Lecture).
You can register for the Mark Sainsbury Lecture here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/311672660317
Mark Sainsbury Lecture
‘Two Kinds of Indeterminacy’
Speaker: Professor Dorothy Edgington FBA
Date & Time: Monday 16th May, 18:00 GMT+1
Venue: Safra Theatre, Strand Campus, King’s College London, Strand, London, WC2R 2LS
The lecture will be followed by a reception (Somerset Room, KCL).
Mark Sainsbury Fest
Day One – May 16
[Venue: The Council Room, King’s College London]
2:00-2:10pm: Introduction by Maria Alvarez, Maria Rosa Antognazza, and Alex Grzankowski
2:10-3:00pm: Panel discussion
3:30-5:30pm: 2 Talks (40+20 minutes discussion each)
Hans Kamp (Chair: Julie Hunter)
Sir Richard Sorabji (Chair: Anna-Sara Malmgren)
[Venue: Move to Safra Lecture Theatre]
6:00pm: Mark Sainsbury Lecture by Dorothy Edgington (Chair: MM McCabe)
(Please note that booking is required to attend this lecture – link to register for the Annual Sainsbury Lecture here.)
8:00pm: Wine Reception in the Somerset Room
Day Two – May 17
[Venue: Senate House/Institute of Philosophy, Room 349]
10:00am-12:00pm: 2 Talks (40+20 minutes discussion each)
Genoveva Marti (Chair: Bryan Pickel)
Keith Hossack (Chair: Michael Tye)
12:00-13:30pm: Lunch Break
13:30-14:30pm: “Short Talks” (Chair: Stacie Friend)
Marcello Oreste Fiocco
14:30-16:00pm: Lecture by Mark Sainsbury (Chair: David Sosa)
Final greetings by Maria Alvarez, Maria Rosa Antognazza, Alex Grzankowski
Please feel free to direct any questions about the Mark Sainsbury Fest to Alex Grzankowski at firstname.lastname@example.org!