Humphrey Colloquium

The Steven Humphrey Undergraduate Philosophy Colloquium

The Steven Humphrey Undergraduate Philosophy Colloquium is an annual conference that brings together students from throughout North America. Student presentations are well attended and generate lively discussion; the colloquium ends with a prominent keynote speaker. The Colloquium is possible thanks to the generosity of Dr. Steven Humphrey. The Colloquium will fund the costs of travel and accommodations for the authors of accepted papers.

The 2019 Humphrey Colloquium will be held on Friday, November 8, 9am - 5:15pm, in Shumaker Research Building, room 139. The keynote speaker is Dr. Rebecca Kukla, Professor of Philosophy and Senior Research Scholar at the Kennedy Institute of Ethics, Georgetown University. Dr. Kukla's keynote address is titled "The Social Epistemology of Maps" and starts at 3:45pm.

Questions about the Colloquium should be sent to: phil@louisville.edu. 

The schedule for the 2019 Colloquium is available here.