SMU Philosophy Department is holding a mini-conference on how perceptual experience justifies us in believing various things. Most of the talks are on Saturday, but I'll also list the one that's inconveniently Friday at 5:00, in case anyone wants to go to that. All talks are free.
Friday talk in Fondren Life Sciences 153 (just northeast of Dallas Hall).
5:00pm Matt Lockard. SMU Philosophy. "On the norms that determine how you know what you see"
Saturday talks, all in McCord Auditorium (top floor of Dallas Hall).
10 am. Susanna Schellenberg (Rutgers University) "Phenomenal evidence and factive evidence"
2pm Jack Lyons (Arkansas) "Experiential Evidence"
4pm Alexander Jackson (Boise State) "How you know you are not a brain in a vat"
There will likely be opportunities to tag along with the speakers and audience members for lunch and dinners.
One option for parking is along Burleson Park straight east of campus. There may be other parking options on campus, but be sure to read the signs carefully.