Booking open for 2017 Symposium

Booking is now open for the 2017 Symposium, which will take place at Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford, on 7th-9th April. The draft programme is listed below.

There are two booking rates:

The non-residential rate is £80 and this includes dinner Friday and Saturday, lunch Saturday and Sunday, and tea/coffee throughout.

The residential rate is £190 and this includes all of the above plus bed & breakfast in an en-suite single room in college for Friday and Saturday nights.

If you wish to attend but have no access to institutional funds to support your attendance please contact our Treasurer Dr Nick Swann (nick.swann [AT] as there is some financial support available. Priority will be given to PhD students and early career scholars.

The easiest way to pay is via PayPal by clicking the “buy now” button beneath the appropriate rate below. If you prefer to pay by cheque, this should be made payable to “The Spalding Symposium on Indian Religions” and sent to: Dr Nick Swann, Senior Lecturer – Religious Studies, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of South Wales, Treforest Campus, Pontypridd CF37 1DL, UK. Please also contact Nick if you need to pay by direct bank transfer.

Please book early to facilitate planning and especially if you wish to reserve accommodation as this is limited.

If you wish to reserve accommodation for extra nights or have any other queries about the Symposium please contact Dr Naomi Appleton – naomi.appleton [AT]

**Booking is now closed**

Published by naomiappleton

I work in the Divinity School at the University of Edinburgh, where I research and teach subjects related to South and Southeast Asian religions.

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