"Methodology week" is coming up at the ANU. The conference on philosophical methodology, organized by Daniel Stoljar, is taking place Wednesday July 20 to Friday July 22, with speakers including Martin Davies, Peter Godfrey-Smith, Sally Haslanger, Frank Jackson, Tim Williamson, and Stephen Yablo. In addition, there will be a pre-conference workshop on Tuesday July 19, with presentations by Martin Davies and Daniel Stoljar (on Carnap's "Empiricism, Semantics, and Ontology"), Alan Hajek (on philosophical heuristics), and me (on terminological disputes). This workshop was set up for a group of visiting undergraduates from around Australia, but everyone is welcome to attend. In addition, Justin Fisher (Arizona) is giving a relevant talk in the PhilSoc series at 4pm on Monday July 18, on "pragmatic conceptual analysis" and scientific explanation. And there will be copious associated social activities. So it will be a big week. Those who are coming in for the conference might think about staying around for a while.