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Conference 2018


  • Reed Hall, University of Exeter Streatham Drive Exeter, England, EX4 4PD United Kingdom (map)
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Join us for our upcoming annual conference in Exeter this June!

The Keynote Speaker is Professor Martin Thomas (University Exeter), and the Plenary Speaker is Professor Audrey Horning (Queen’s University Belfast). There will be lunchtime roundtables on cinema and history, and on public history. Publishers present will include our journal publisher Edinburgh University Press, and our book series publisher Palgrave Macmillan and the commissioning editor will be present throughout to discuss your publishing plans.

We are happy to announce the following registration rates. Please note that all registration fees include lunch and refreshments throughout the day. Please consider joining our organization today (membership is $59/year) and includes access to our bi-annual journal Britain and the World. 

For those arriving on Wednesday, 20 June you'll note that the conference icebreaker is that evening. We'll leave from reception at Holland Hall at 7 pm to walk down to the Imperial. We hope you can join us.

Members:

  • Waged: £140 / $185
  • Unwaged: £95 / $125

Non-Members: 

  • Waged: £185 / $244
  • Non-Waged: £140 / $185

Notes: 

For general inquiries relating to the conference, please contact editor@britishscholar.org.

Room bookings: The deadline for booking through the registration page has now passed. But you can try booking directly through Event Exeter,  https://bookings.eventexeter.com/. You can then use the PC18 code to get a discounted rate. Just be sure to mention in your notes/special requests that you are attending the conference. 

 

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