The Chicago Modern Philosophy Roundtable meets regularly during the academic year to discuss work in progress by graduate students and faculty on topics in the history of early modern and modern philosophy. We offer a welcoming forum focused on providing constructive and critical feedback on papers covering any aspect of philosophy in the sixteenth, seventeenth, or eighteenth centuries.
Most of the papers are by philosophers working within driving distance of Chicago, but we also welcome occasional visitors. If you are in the area, or will be visiting Chicago and would like to participate, please contact Kristen Irwin [kirwin -@- luc -dot-edu].
Meetings will be held at various colleges and universities in the city of Chicago, on a rotating basis. Papers to be discussed are circulated electronically approximately one week before the scheduled meeting.
To receive announcements about the Roundtable schedule and receive the Roundtable papers electronically, you may subscribe to the Roundtable email list by clicking on this link, and following the instructions.
The Chicago Modern Philosophy Roundtable is co-sponsored by Loyola University Chicago, the University of Chicago, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and Roosevelt University. If you would like to host a meeting of the Chicago Modern Philosophy Roundtable, please contact Kristen Irwin [kirwin -@- luc -dot- edu].