Steven Humphrey Student Philosophy Colloquium
The Steven Humphrey Student Philosophy Colloquium is an annual conference of undergraduate philosophy bringing together students from around the region. Student papers are well-attended and generate lively discussion; the colloquium ends with a prominent keynote speaker followed by a dinner reception. The Colloquium is possible thanks to the generosity of Dr. Steven Humphrey.
- 2012 Conference - November 2, 2012 - Keynote Speaker: Osborne Wiggins, University of Louisville
- 2011 Conference - November 3, 2011 - Keynote Speaker: Marilyn Friedman, Vanderbilt University
- 2010 Conference - November 12, 2010 - Keynote Speaker: Cheshire Calhoun, Arizona State University
- 2009 Conference - November 13, 2009 - Keynote Speaker: Linda Martin Alcoff, Syracuse University
- 2008 Conference - November 14, 2008 - Keynote Speaker: Jenefer Robinson, University of Cincinnati
- 2007 Conference - November 2, 2007 - Keynote Speaker: Joan Callahan, University of Kentucky
- 2006 Conference - November 10, 2006 - Keynote Speaker: Larry May, Washington University, St. Louis [information] - "Humanitarian Intervention: Problems of Collective Responsibility" [abstract]
- 2005 Conference - Program (pdf) (html) - Friday, October 28, 2005 - Pictures from the conference. Keynote Speaker: Professor Nathan Salmon, University of California at Santa Barbara - "What is Existence?" [abstract]
- 2004 Conference - Program - (html) - October 22, 2004 - Pictures from the conference. Keynote Speaker: Professor Joseph Tolliver, University of Arizona - "The Metaphysics of the Occupants of Fiction"
- 2003 Conference - Program: (pdf) (html) - November 14, 2003 - Keynote Speaker: Sarah Worth, (MA '94), Furman University - "Narrative Knowing: The Epistemological Benefits of Well-told Stories"
- 2002 Conference - Program: pdf (best version) html - November 22, 2002 - Keynote Speaker: Julie Ward, Loyola University, Chicago [Paper Abstract]
- 2001 Conference - November 9, 2001 - Keynote Speaker: Chris Cuomo, University of Cincinnati - Stoa, international undergraduate Philosophy journal.