Southwest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy
University of New Mexico
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University of Wisconsin, Madison
We are pleased to announce that the fifth annual meeting of the Southwest Seminar in Early Modern Philosophy will be held 27 - 28 February 2010 at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque, NM. Following the model of similar seminars around the U.S. and Canada, the Southwest Seminar was formed to foster interaction among scholars who work on various topics in the history of early modern philosophy (a period ranging, roughly, from Montaigne to Kant).
We are pleased to announce the program for the fifth annual meeting of the Southwest Seminar.
There is no registration fee for the Southwest Seminar, though we do ask that those who plan on attending to please contact the local organizer, Mary Domski (email@example.com), no later than 1 February. Please indicate which days you plan to be in attendance. If you are interested in attending the conference dinner, we suggest contacting Mary by mid-January, since space at this event will be limited.
TRAVEL AND LODGING INFORMATION
GENERAL TRAVEL INFORMATION
Those participants flying to Albuquerque will be arriving at the Albuquerque International Sunport (ABQ). A taxi ride from the airport to the downtown area is roughly $18. There is also a bus (#50) that has service to downtown Albuquerque every half hour Monday through Friday from 7am-8pm. The bus fare is $1 each way.
You can access a map of ABQ here.
Seminar participants coming from out of town are highly encouraged to stay at the Andaluz Hotel, a newly renovated hotel in the heart of downtown Albuquerque. The hotel is a short bus ride to the UNM campus, and participants will be able to secure a room for the special Seminar rate of $100/night. To place a reservation at the Andaluz, call 877-987-9090 before 31 January 2010 and ask for the Southwest Seminar rate. The special rate is valid for the nights of Friday 26 February and Saturday 27 February. If you would like to extend your stay in ABQ, a limited number of rooms are also available at the Seminar rate for the nights of Thursday 25 February and Sunday 28 February.