The 2013 conference is fast approaching which means that available seats are growing scarcer by the day. If you’re planning to attend but haven’t registered yet I highly recommend that you do so as soon as possible. As long time attendees know, we limit the number of available seats to 225 and we can make no guarantees that seating will be available even as early as May 1st. Last year we were full at a record date and we’re close to that pace again this year. If you’re planning to register a group then you especially will want to secure your seats as soon as possible.
Did you know that the schedule is coming together? Many of the titles have been posted on the website including Andrew Kern’s A Contemplation of Judgment: Standards, Folly, and The Quest for a More Excellent Way, John Hodges’ Judging Beauty: Is Theological Aesthetics Possible?, and Christopher Perrin’s A Brief History of Assessment Methods from Medieval Times to the Present: The Migration from Mentorship to Metrics.
Information on our pre-conference has also been posted. This year Debbie Harris will be guiding a discussion called The Music of the Everyday Classroom: From the Melody of Knowledge to the Harmony of Understanding. And by now you probably know that Dr. Peter Kreeft will be receiving the 2013 Russell Kirk Paideia Prize. We’re very excited about both of these events and are confident that they will enhance the intimate, conversational, thoughtful ethos we strive for at a CiRCE conference.
If you have any questions or concerns feel free to shoot me an email. I’m happy to help!
Want to go ahead and register today? You can do so here.