The International Association for the Philosophy of Time (IAPT) 6th Annual Conference 

Hosted by the 35th Annual Conference for the Committee on the History and Philosophy of Science

June 24-26, 2019 at CU Boulder

Keynotes: Meghan Sullivan (Notre Dame) and Valia Allori (Northern Illinois)

Panelists: David Albert (Columbia), Sam Baron (Western Australia), Craig Callender (UCSD), Kristie Miller (Sydney), Jonathan Tallant (Nottingham), and Giuliano Torrengo (Milan).

Confirmed Participants:

David Albert, Giacomo Andreoletti, Maria Balcells, Adrian Bardon, Sam Baron, Harjit Bhogal, Sayid Bnefsi, Craig Callender, Natalja Deng, Matt Duncan, Nina Emery, Alison Fernandes, Brittany Gentry, David Ingram, Derek Lam, Barry Lee, Chunghyoung Lee, Eli Lichtenstein, Yael Lowenstein, Cristian Mariani, Ulrich Meyer, Kristie Miller, Benjamin Neeser, Shen Pan, Bob Pasnau, Hope Sample, Meghan Sullivan, Jonathan Tallant, Anncy Thresher, Giuliano Torrengo, and Ben Young.

Presentations will be 30 mins, followed by a brief commentary and 15 mins of general discussion (Q&A). Talks and keynotes will be held in the mornings, from 9am to 12:30. Panels will be in the afternoons, from 4pm to 6pm.

We are delighted to have Adrian Bardon as our Hiking Coordinator. On Thursday, he will lead a group on one of the most spectacular day hikes out there: http://www.rockymountainhikingtrails.com/chasm-lake.htm (somewhat strenuous; about 6 hrs up and down at a leisurely pace, including chilling by the lake.) There's an alternative, also amazing but less strenuous hike to Emerald Lake if that proves to be a more popular concept: https://dayhikesneardenver.com/emerald-lake-hike-rocky-mountain-national-park/ Please get in touch with Adrian if you're interested in joining the group!

If you would like to attend the conference as a chair, please contact the program committee chair, David Ingram (david.ingram@york.ac.uk). If you have any other questions, please contact the organizer, Heather Demarest (heather.demarest@colorado.edu).

Transportation:

  • Google Map with locations of CHPS events.
  • The easiest way to get to Boulder from DIA is by bus (AB route).
    • The stop for campus is Broadway and Euclid (Hellems is a 2 minute walk from there).
    • The closest stop to the Boulderado is the downtown Boulder station.
    • The closest stop to the Boulder Inn (Best Western) is Brodway and 27th (hotel is a 15 minute walk from there).
    • Bus timetables and schedules here.
  • Boulder is bike-friendly and pedestrian-friendly!
    • Boulder 'BCycle' has rental stations all over town.
    • Boulder Inn has free bike rentals during your stay.
    • Boulder has many busses that run regularly all over town. Routes and schedules here (note Boulder's system is on the denver.rtd site)

Accommodations:

  • Boulderado
  • Boulder Inn (Participants receive a discounted "CHPS" conference rate of $174/night); Note that this is different from the Boulder University Inn
  • There are many lovely AirBnbs as well.