With a speech in Nashville tomorrow and the September 2 opening of the Ron Paul Homeschool Curriculum around the corner, I am more pressed for time than ever. I’ll be able to post a bit more once September rolls around.
In the meantime, let me mention a couple events that might be of interest to you guys but which you might not find out about otherwise.
The first one is mainly for students, though it’s open to the public: the annual Austrian Student Scholars Conference, held at Grove City College in Grove City, Pennsylvania. Here’s an opportunity to present a paper (and perhaps even win a cash prize) and get feedback from your peers.
For undergraduate and early graduate students, this is a rare chance to get an academic presentation under your belt. It’s taking place February 7-8, 2014. Details aren’t posted yet, but this link to last year’s program will give you the information you need about giving a paper, etc. And this year, on the second day of the conference, I’ll be giving the Ludwig von Mises Lecture.
The second item is especially for you Canadians, though of course everyone is welcome: the annual Toronto Austrian Scholars Conference, which is being keynoted this year by David Howden, the Canada native who heads the department of business and economics at St. Louis University’s Madrid campus. Dave is extremely smart and a wonderful person, so you will certainly enjoy meeting and listening to him. And it’s not too late to propose a paper of your own.