Program Schedule
Imagination and the Adapted Mind 
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Information
 
Organizers
 
The conference is organized by Paul Hernadi (Department of English)  in close association with Leda Cosmides (Department of Psychology) and John Tooby (Department of Anthropology), all at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Inquiries may be directed to Paul Hernadi at the Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara CA 93106, via e-mail to hernadip@humanitas.ucsb.edu, or by voice mail (805) 893 - 2291.

Sponsors
 
UC Santa Barbara Office of Research, Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, College of Letters and Science, Departments of Anthropology, English, and Psychology, as well as the UC Humanities Research Institute.

 
Practical information

The conference will be held in the McCune Conference Room of the UCSB Interdisciplinary Humanities Center (6020 Humanities & Social Sciences Building). Open to the public free of charge, no preregistration is necessary.

Conference assistants
 
Susanna Gilbert (English, UCSB) and Debra Lieberman (Psychology, UCSB).

 
Lodging

A limited number of rooms can be requested for single or double occupancy with continental breakfast at the conference discount rate of $85 plus 10% tax at the Best Western South Coast Inn, 5620 Calle Real, Santa Barbara, CA 93117.  To secure space and receive the discount, call 800 350-3614 or fax to 805 683-4466 as soon as possible and mention "Imagination and the Adapted Mind" conference. Other motels in the Santa Barbara area also advise timely reservations.
 
 
Junior Scholar Stipends

A limited number of travel stipends, $400 each, will be awarded by the conference organizers. Nontenured faculty, postdoctoral research fellows, independent scholars, and doctoral students are encouraged to apply; affiliation with the University of California is preferred but not required.  Applicants should send a one-page vita and an approximately 200-word explanation as to how their current or future research would benefit from attending the conference to Paul Hernadi, Department of English, University of California, Santa Barbara CA 93106 or via e-mail to hernadip@humanitas.ucsb.edu as soon as possible and certainly no later than June 15, 1999.

 

Program Schedule
Imagination and the Adapted Mind 
Conference home page