ConStructPeirce Workshop

Hosted by the Houghton Library at Harvard, July 20-21, 2014

Attending Scholars and Technologists

Mats Bergman
University of Helsinki, Finland
Arun Majumdar
VivoMind Intelligence, Inc., USA
Priscila Borges
Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto, Brazil
Peter Skagestad
University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
Søren Brier
Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Frederik Stjernfelt
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Dan Corbett
Optimodal Technologies, LLC, USA
William Tephenhart
Monmouth University, USA
Terrence Deacon
University of California Berkeley, USA
Emma Tonkin
King's College, UK
Cornelis de Waal
Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, IUPUI, USA
Patricia Turrisi
University of North Carolina at Wilmington, USA
Michael Hoffmann
Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
Tullio Viola
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Organizing Committee

Chairs:

Mary Keeler  •  Heather Pfeiffer  •  Uta Priss
Chiara Ambrosio  •  Rocco Gangle  •  Kelly Parker  •  Ahti-Vekko Pietarinen  •  John Sowa

At this Workshop we will ask scholars who have experienced the struggle of working with Peirce's archive
to help define the issues impeding their reconstruction, so that technologists whose work
has been influenced by Peirce's ideas can help specify requirements for:

How Peirce would build a community of inquiry, using today's technology.

Updated April 17, 2014