- Nov. 4-6, 2021: The Young Thomas More, Life and Writings (1494-1522, pp. 1-498 of EWTM)
- Nov. 3-5, 2022: The Imprisoned Thomas More: Life and Writings (1534-35, pp. 1043-1500 of EWTM)
- Nov. 2-4, 2023: The Controversial Thomas More: Life and Writings (1523-33, pp. 499-1042 of EWTM)
- Nov. 4-6, 2005: Utopia
- Nov. 3-5, 2006: Richard III
- Nov. 2-4, 2007: More’s Humanism before 1530: Investigating Thomas More’s 1529 Dialogue
- Nov. 7-8, 2008: Thomas More on Trial: Law and Conscience in More’s Last Letters and Trial Accounts
- Nov. 6-7, 2009: Socratic Seminar on Thomas More’s Life of Pico and Earliest Works (1493-1510)
- Nov. 5-6, 2010: More’s Influence on Shakespeare’s 1-3 Henry VI and Richard III
- June 17-18, 2011: Augustine’s and More’s Use of Cicero in the Cassiciacum Dialogues, City of God, Utopia 1
- July 4-6, 2012: Thomas More, Renaissance, and Tyranny
- May 31-June 1, 2013: Thomas More on Ethics, Law, and Liberty
- November 7-9, 2014: The Theology of More’s Tower Works
- November 5-6, 2015: Utopia and the Roman Republic: Sallust, Augustine, and More in Dialogue
- November 4-6, 2016: More’s Utopia: Its Greek and Latin Sources
- November 3-4, 2017: Early Modern More(s)
- November 2-3, 2018: Self-Representation and Rhetoric in Thomas More’s Epigrams and Letters
- March 17-19, 2019: Printing, Reception, Editing, and Teaching Thomas More
- Nov. 5-7, 2020 – Postponed to Nov. 4-6, 2021 because of COVID-19.
Objectives of these Conferences
To give participants an opportunity each year to study and discuss specific major works by Thomas More, especially as those major works relate to the many issues of literature, history, philosophy, law, and statesmanship.
To help develop curricular materials for teaching Thomas More.
To provide a forum for current Thomas More scholarship, especially as it relates to the many issues of literature, history, philosophy, law, and statesmanship.