BSTK Inaugural Conference

BSTK – The British Society for the Theory of Knowledge holds it’s inaugural conference in Glasgow on the 5-7th September 2022.


BSTK – The British Society for the Theory of Knowledge is a registered charity (SC050235) dedicated to furthering philosophical research in epistemology.

The inaugural conference will be organised by the COGITO Epistemology Research Centre at the University of Glasgow. It will be held in Glasgow from Monday 5 September to Wednesday 7 September 2022.


• Adam Carter (Glasgow)
• Alexander Bird (Cambridge)
• Paul Faulkner (Sheffield)
• Alison Hills (Oxford)
• Mona Simion (with C. Kelp, Glasgow)
• Martin Smith (Edinburgh)
• Richard Pettigrew (Bristol)
• Alessandra Tanesini (Cardiff)
• Daniel Whiting (Southampton)
• Timothy Williamson (Oxford)


• Jessica Brown (St. Andrews)
• Adam Carter (Glasgow)
• Christoph Kelp (Glasgow)
• Mona Simion (Glasgow)


BSTK is also launching the BSTK Lectures. They will present cutting edge research in epistemology and will take place biannually. BSTK is pleased to announce that the first BSTK Lectures will be given by

Ernest Sosa (Rutgers)

The first two of these lectures will be held under the auspices of the inaugural conference.


Submissions in any area of epistemology (broadly construed) are welcome.

  1. Please prepare a max. 500 word abstract for blind review.
  2. Send it to [email protected] no later than 31 July 2022.
  3. Expect a notification regarding the outcome by 10 August 2022.


Attendance is free of charge for BSTK members. To become a member please visit:

For further details, please check the BSTK website at or drop us an email at [email protected]