The AMA has arranged a group rate at Homewood Suites, five short minutes from our 2019 conference location at DeSales University. You can get the conference rate by reserving your room online using the link below, or by calling the hotel at 610- 351-6400 and asking for the “DeSales Conference.”
Check out the Fall Notebook, with a sparkling new Presidential letter, an essay by former AMA President Michael Torre on the history of the AMA, and information on our Spring 2019 Conference!
- The Registration Fee includes access to the conference, hors d’ouvres on Thursday, as well as a lunch buffet, beverages and snacks throughout the day on Friday and Saturday.
- The Saturday evening Banquet includes a cocktail hour, a catered three course meal with desert, and full bar service. You should specify whether you prefer NY Strip Steak, Prosciutto-Wrapped Chicken, or Italian Roasted Vegetable Lasagna as your entree choice.
Conference Registration + Banquet w/ Steak Option
Conference Registration + Banquet w/ Chicken Option
Conference Registration + Banquet w/ Vegetarian Option
Single Conference Registration (No Banquet)
Graduate Student Registration + Banquet with Steak Option
Graduate Student Registration + Banquet w/Chicken Option
Graduate Student Registration + Banquet w/Vegetarian Option
Graduate Student Registration, No Banquet
The Summer 2018 Maritain Notebook is here! We have an excellent book review of Manet’s Beyond Radical Secularism by David Dietman, hotel information for the 2019 conference at DeSales, and more! Download it and pass it around!
We’re always looking for Advice for Thomists and Book Reviews. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
The 2019 Conference of the American Maritain Association will be on the topic of Thomism and Theology. We’ll convene at DeSales University in Center Valley, Pennsylvania. Please find the CFP here, and spread the word!
The Natural Law journal Lex Naturalis, edited by Walter Raubicheck, is soliciting articles for its fourth issue. Topics related to any issue concerning natural law will be considered, especially those related to the founding documents of the United States. Abstracts are due by May 31, 2018. Please send to the editor, Walter Raubicheck, at email@example.com. Completed papers will be due by August 15.
If you need transportation information, in including how to connect from the airport to our hotel or the seminary, you can find that information here: Conference transportation information.