Medieval Philosophy and Theology Conference
The Jacques Maritain Center and the de Nicola Center for Ethics and Culture are pleased to announce a conference on medieval philosophy and theology at the University of Notre Dame (May 19–21, 2022).
Questions? Contact Margaret Cabaniss (email@example.com).
A detailed schedule is available here. Sessions will take place in Jenkins and Nanovic Hall, unless otherwise noted.
Campus Map, Parking, and Dining
An interactive map of campus may be found here. (Sites specific to the conference have been highlighted in yellow.) Parking is available in the Walsh Architecture Lot on Thursday and Friday: Use coupon code ZQRK7S4 to waive the parking fee. Guests may park for free in any open lot on Saturday.
A complete list of on-campus restaurants and their summer hours may be found here. Please note that most fast-casual options on campus make use of contactless ordering via the Grubhub app or kiosks near the restaurant. Additional dining options are available just south of campus in Eddy Street Commons.
For more dining options in town, the conference organizers have created a list of their favorite local restaurants, bars, and pubs. Most all are within a 10-minute drive of campus.
Notre Dame is located in the Eastern time zone, 90 miles east of Chicago (Central time). Transportation to and from Notre Dame is available via South Bend International Airport, five miles from Notre Dame's campus; if you plan on flying into Chicago airports, please note that there is no longer a shuttle bus between the Chicago airports and South Bend. Additional transportation options include the South Shore Train Line and Greyhound Bus Line. Visitor parking is available on campus in the lots listed here.