Fri Sep 7, 2007
Seaborg Room, Faculty Club, 4–6 PM
Continues through September 9
|Models of Mind: A Conference in Honor of Tony Long|
This conference offers an opportunity for those who have been taught and influenced by Tony Long to celebrate his unique lifetime contribution to the field of Classics. All of the papers at the conference will be given by Long’s former pupils. The papers will deal with a theme that is at the center of Long’s current project (and which is also featured in his earlier works)—“Models of Mind.” The speakers and commentators will engage with ideas that Long has brought to prominence in the field of Ancient Philosophy. The commentators on the papers all have strong intellectual ties to Tony Long and his work, and will make for a rich and diverse conference.
This event will be a fitting celebration of one of Berkeley’s most eminent and influential scholars. In addition, it offers the participants and the audience an opportunity to engage in collaborative and interdisciplinary investigations.
A detailed schedule is available on the conference website.