Programme updated and Campus Map

We’ve uploaded a new version of the programme that now includes the rooms where the conference will be held and the names of the panel chairs. We’ve also added a new section to the website, Campus Map, that highlights the three main sites of the conference within the University campus and suggests a walking route between them. Alternatively, you can also visit the University’s webpage and use the interactive map there available. For directions on how to get from the city centre to the University, please visit this page. We are looking forward to having you all here for what promises to be a great conference. Only nine days to go!

Accommodation

Canterbury, being a small but highly touristic area, can get busy. Quite busy. We suggest that booking accommodation for the conference should be done sooner rather than later, as the number of hotels and B&Bs in and near the city is very limited. We’ve added a section that lists some of the more popular places in the area with links to their websites. Please note, however, that we have no affiliation with them, and that the accommodation page is for informative and reference purposes only.

Meanwhile, why not take a look at The City to wet your appetite for the trip to Canterbury this November?

Registration now open

The registration for the conference is now open. If you wish to attend the conference please follow this link to register on-line. Registration will close on the 31st of October. The rate is £35 for the full duration of the conference and includes attendance, conference material, coffee breaks and lunches. There is also a discounted rate of £25 pounds for students and an option to attend the conference dinner at Cafe du Soleil on the 28th of November (additional cost of £23 pounds). We are currently fine-tuning a provisional programme and will be publishing it soon.