Kant profileAbout Us:

The Midwest Study Group of the North American Kant Society was founded in 1995 by Manfred Kuehn, then at Purdue University, in order to advance the discussion of Kant and to promote interaction among Kant scholars (including graduate students, junior and senior faculty). Weekend meetings, typically held annually in late Fall, feature several refereed papers and plenty of time for discussion and interaction. Recent meetings have also featured invited speakers, and all meetings are free and open to all.

Recent meetings have been held at Northwestern (2015) and McGill (2016). The next meeting of the Midwestern Study Group will take place at the University of Minnesota this Fall, and future meetings are planned for DePaul (2019). If you would like more information, or are interested in hosting a meeting, please contact Corey W. Dyck.