A note from our friends at the Ciceronian Society about their upcoming conference:

The Ciceronian Society invites you to their sixth-annual conference  at Mount Saint Mary’s University, March 10th-12, 2016 in Emmitsburg, MD.

This interdisciplinary academic conference is a great opportunity for conversation, collaboration and networking in a friendly atmosphere  and on a beautiful campus.

This year’s keynote speakers include Carl Trueman of Westminster Thoeological Seminary, Chad Pecknold of the Catholic University of America, and Greg Murry of Mount Saint Mary’s University.

For more information on the conference and our core themes – Tradition, Place, and ‘Things Divine’ – check out our website or e-mail us at ciceroniansociety@gmail.com

We would love to see you there!

The Ciceronian Society is an intellectual society devoted to the examination of three core themes: Tradition, Place, and ‘Things Divine.’ We facilitate the development of academic conferences that explore the many and various topics related to these themes. Ultimately, we hope that papers delivered at Ciceronian Society Conferences can find a publishable home in ANAMNESIS.