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Program

ALL TALKS WILL BE AT THE CUNY GRADUATE CENTER - SEE BELOW FOR ROOMS 

To enter the CUNY Graduate Center Building, please show your state ID (or passport) and sign in at the front desk.
Then proceed to the elevators directly ahead and take to the appropriate floor. 

Thursday April 7, 2016 - ALL TALKS ON THURSDAY WILL BE ON THE 9TH FLOOR: ROOM 9205
Continental breakfast for hotel guests: Library Hotel Reading Room (7:00-9:00)

9:30-12:00 
Locke and Stillingfleet/Sergeant: Patrick Connolly (Iowa State), Han Thomas Adriaenssen (Groningen), Shelley Weinberg (Illinois - Urbana Champaign)

12:00-1:30
Lunch - Philosophy Department Lounge (7th floor: 7113) 

1:30-3:00
Locke and Catharine Trotter Cockburn: Patricia Sheridan (Guelph) and Emily Thomas (Groningen)

3:00-3:30
Break

3:30-5:00 
Locke and Damaris Cudworth: Regan Penaluna (Ph.D. in Philosophy (Boston University)/Assistant Editor at Nautilus), and Jacqueline Broad (Monash)

5:30-7:00 
Rest/Drinks and snacks at Library Hotel Reading Room for hotel guests

7:00 
Depart for 8 pm dinner at Nightingale 9 in Brooklyn 


Friday April 8, 2016 - ALL TALKS ON FRIDAY WILL BE ON THE CONCOURSE FLOOR: ROOM C197
Continental breakfast for hotel guests: Library Hotel Reading Room (7:00-9:00)

9:30-11:00
Locke, Malebranche, Berkeley, and Astell: Julie Walsh (Wellesley) and Nancy Kendrick (Wheaton (Mass.))

11:00-11:30
Break

11:30-1:00
Locke and (the two!) Edwards: Victor Nuovo (Middlebury) and Antonia LoLordo (UVA)

1:00-2:30
Lunch - Philosophy Department Lounge (7th floor: 7113)

2:30-3:00
Brief stop at Library Hotel to rest, etc. 

3:00
Depart from Library Hotel for Morgan Library for 3:30 tour and presentation of Draft C of Locke's Essay 

5:00
Depart Morgan Library for 6 pm dinner at Rucola in Brooklyn 


Saturday April 9, 2016 - ALL EVENTS ON SATURDAY ARE FOR LIBRARY HOTEL GUESTS AND WILL TAKE PLACE IN THE READING ROOM
Continental breakfast for hotel guests: Library Hotel Reading Room (7:00-9:00)

10:00-12:00
Discussion of themes/trends emerging from Locke Workshop
and
the future of Locke Scholarship 


Co-organizers: Jessica Gordon-Roth (CUNY), Benjamin Hill (Western), Kathryn Tabb (Columbia)


The Locke Workshop has been made possible by the generous support of:

The Philosophy Program - CUNY Graduate Center
Department of Philosophy - Columbia University
The Rotman Institute of Philosophy
The University of Western Ontario Faculty of the Arts and Humanities
Western Philosophy 
Research Western