You may now register for the 2015 Conference in San Francisco.
Register for the conference
If for some reason the above link doesn’t work, please go to
, click on http://morrisinn.nd.edu Conference Center > Registration, and you’ll see our conference listed in the February calendar.
Thomas S. Hibbs (Baylor University) will deliver a lecture, “Aesthetics and Culture: Maritain, Modernity, and Beauty,” as part of “The Art of the Beautiful” series sponsored by the Catholic Artists Society and the Thomistic Institute. The lecture will take place on Saturday, December 6, at 7:30pm at the and will be followed by a reception and sung Compline. (For those who are not located in New York, a recording will probably be posted on our website following the event: Catholic Center at NYU www.thomisticinstitute.org)
Dr. Hibbs is a prolific speaker and author whose work has appeared in both popular and scholarly venues. He has written three books on the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas and two books on film. He has made many appearances on radio, including nationally syndicated shows on NPR.
Download the flyer here:
Download the new issue of the
Maritain Notebook – Fall 2014. Get it online first!
Download the Second Call for Papers here: Maritain Engagé – Second CFP
The final deadline for paper submissions has been extended to Monday, December 15.
Please submit proposals for papers online at
Create a user account.
Go to https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=me2015
Click the “new submission” menu, and either upload your proposal or type it into the Abstract box.
If you have difficulties, or would like to propose a satellite session, please e-mail them directly to Fr. Justin Gable at email@example.com.)
Spring 2014 issue of the is here! Paper copies will be arriving in your mail in the next week or so. If you want a digital copy now, download it below. Maritain Notebook
If you would prefer a digital copy in the future
rather than a paper copy, please e-mail the editor by typing your name and the e-mail address to which you’d like the Notebook sent below!
We hereby announce the
Call for Papers for the 2015 AMA Meeting in San Francisco, Maritain Engagé. The downloadable CFP below contains links for submitting papers to EasyChair, our new paper-submission website.
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Here are the background readings for the 2015 Conference in San Francisco,
Maritain Engagé: Thomism Confronts the Global Challenge, from Maritain’s Pour la Justice.