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									        BRITISH SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY

          JOHN LOCKE TERCENTENARY CONFERENCE

                   AT ST ANNE’S COLLEGE, OXFORD

                                   2-4 APRIL 2004

   WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE MIND ASSOCIATION, AND THE TAYLOR AND
                 FRANCIS GROUP, PUBLISHERS OF THE
           BRITISH JOURNAL FOR THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY



            INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION DOCUMENT


                                     INFORMATION

The conference will be held at St Anne’s College, Woodstock Road, Oxford which is
situated about a mile from the main bus station, somewhat further from the railway station
and close to the centre of the city.

The conference begins with registration on Friday, 2nd April between 1.30 and 3.30 p.m. in
the foyer to the Mary Ogilvie Theatre in St Anne’s College (ask at the porter’s lodge for
directions). The programme begins at 4.00 p.m. with a plenary session with three parallel
sessions after dinner. The AGM of the British Society for the History of Philosophy will be
held at 5.30 p.m. in the Mary Ogilvie Theatre. Throughout the 3rd and the morning of the
4th there will be a mixture of plenary and parallel papers with closure after a buffet lunch
on Sunday.

Speakers will include: Mashad Al-Allaf (St Louis), Keith Allen (UCL), Peter Anstey
(Sydney), Michael Ayers (Oxford), Martha Bolton (Rutgers), Daniel Carey (Galway), Vere
Chappell (Massachusetts), Ian Harris (Leicester) James Harris (Oxford), James Hill
(Charles University, Prague), Dan Kaufman, (Florida), Maurilio Lovatti (Libero), J. C.
Macintosh (Calgary), John Milton (King’s, London), Philip Milton (Leicester), Harold
Noonan (Birmingham), Victor Nuovo (Oxford), John Rogers (Keele), S-J. Savonius
(Cambridge), Ralph Schumacher (Humboldt), Paul Schuurman (Utrecht), Luisa
Simonutti, (Milan), M. A. Stewart (Aberdeen), Matthew Stuart, (Bowdoin), Udo Thiel
(Canberra), Yasuhiko Tomida (Kyoto), Jean-Michel Vienne (Nantes), Jonathan Walmsley
(London), Richard Yeo (Griffith)
There are a limited number of rooms available and those who apply later may not be
able to stay in St Anne’s but will have to find their own accommodation elsewhere in
Oxford and attend on a day basis.


Graduate students should note that it is hoped that there will be a small
number of bursaries available of £100 to subsidise attendance costs at the
conference. Students who wish to apply for one of these should send a
statement about their research with their registration form.

Members of the BSHP should note that the Society’s AGM will be
held on Friday afternoon at 5.30 p.m. in the Mary Ogilvie
Theatre.
Those who wish to join the Society before the meeting should contact the
Treasurer and Membership Secretary:
Nick Unwin, Humanities, Bolton Institute, Chadwick Street, Bolton BL2
1JW, UK
Email: n.unwin@bolton.ac.uk

Or access the BSHP website:
http:/www.open.ac.uk/Arts/bshp
    BSHP John Locke Tercentenary Conference, St Anne’s College, Oxford, 2-4 April 2004
                            Conference Registration Form

PLEASE TYPE OR USE BLOCK LETTERS


Surname________________________ First name/initials_____________ Preferred title___________

Male/Female (delete as appropriate) Institutional affiliation_________________________________
Postal address________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Telephone________________________________Email____________________________________________


Accommodation is either in single en suite rooms or in single bedrooms with bathroom facilities nearby.
As there is a limited number of both kinds of accommodation you are advised to book early. Delegates
with special needs with regard to either accommodation or diet are asked to make these known in the
space provided. Bookings for accommodation are only accepted on the understanding that they are for
the whole period of the conference. There are also a very limited number of double rooms that may be
booked. If you wish this accommodation then please make sure this is clearly indicated. Prices and
availability on application.
                                                  FEES

Registration Fee BSHP members £35.00 Others £50.00                                £35 or £50 (delete one)
(payable by anyone attending any part of the conference)

FULL BOARD 2-4 April (including all meals and Conference dinner on 3 April)
non en suite @ £160.00                                                              £
En suite FULL BOARD 22-24 March (including all meals and Conference dinner)
@ £200.00                                                                           £
Evening meal on 2 April @ £17.00                                                    £
Conference dinner on 3 April @ £35.00                                               £
Day rate: (to include lunch, coffee and tea)
@ £27.00 each per day (i.e. £54.00) for the conference                              £

Late booking fee (after 28 February) @ £30.00                                       £____________

Total                                                                               £________________


SPECIAL REQUESTS (e.g. diet, accommodation, etc)




I enclose a cheque for £_____________ Signed__________________________________ Date__________

Cheques in Pounds Sterling payable to the British Society for the History of Philosophy

Please return IN HARD COPY to: John Rogers, Department of Philosophy, SPIRE, Keele University,
Keele, Staffs ST5 5BG, UK
For those unable to pay in sterling please make arrangements with John Rogers by email:
pia04@keele.ac.uk

                           Please Keep a Copy of this Form for your Records

								
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