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  • Arché Vagueness Conference

    8-9 June 2007. Speakers include Graeme Forbes, John MacFarlane, Vann McGee, Scott Soames and Crispin Wright. Registration for this event is now open. Please visit...

     
  • Lynch Visit

    Professor Michael Lynch (UConn) will be visiting Arché from the 9th to the 14th of December. Professor Lynch will give three presentations during his stay....

     
  • New Arché Professors

    We are delighted to announce the appointments of Professor Jessica Brown and Professor Herman Cappelen to the two new Arch&eacute Professorships; Professors Brown and Cappelen...

     
  • Arché Ph.D. Graduation

    Arché Ph.D. Graduation

    The first Arché Ph.D. students graduated on 21 June 2006. Pictured below (left to right) are: Dr Ross Cameron, Dr Philip Ebert, Dr Marcus Rossberg,...

     
  • Third Arché Graduate Conference

    The third Arché Graduate Conference will be held 17-19 November 2006. Keynote Speakers are Prof. Graham Priest (Melbourne), Prof. Diana Raffman (Toronto) and Prof. Jason...

     
  • Executive Directorship

    We are delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Martin Smith (PhD ANU) to the Executive Directorship of the Centre, and to a Research Fellowship,...

     
  • Basic Knowledge Project

    Arché has been awarded major AHRC funding of £664,370 for a 5-year research project on Basic Knowledge, commencing September 2007. The project will be run...

     
  • Epistemic Warrant: Collaborative Research Project with the Australian National University and the University of Oxford

    Crispin Wright (Arché), Daniel Stoljar (ANU) and Martin Davies (Oxford) have secured a Discovery Grant from the Australian Research Council for a three-year collaborative research...

     
  • Conference: The Metaphysics and Epistemology of Modality

    7-9 June 2006. Registration for this event is now open; please visit the conference webpage to download the registration form.

     
  • More Placement Sucess for Arché

    Ross Cameron (former Arché PhD student) and Elizabeth Barnes (current Arché PhD student) have both secured continuing lectureships at the University of Leeds.