The Melbourne Logic Seminar meets most weeks of the semester (and sometimes outside the teaching semester) from 11am to 1pm on Fridays. It’s an active research seminar in logic and related fields, with active participants from universities across Melbourne. The seminar is currently convened by Dr Shawn Standefer.
Feature image: page 77 of Time and Modality, A. N. Prior, Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1957. Arthur Prior was a very influential New Zealand logician, who, at the time of the delivery of the 1955-56 Locke Lectures at Oxford (the text of which is published as Time and Modality), was the Professor of Philosophy at the Canterbury University College, New Zealand.