Booking for 2020 Symposium now open

****EVENT CANCELLED****

With regret, this year’s symposium is cancelled. We hope to reassemble the programme for the 2021 meeting.

We are now taking bookings for the 2020 Symposium. Please follow this link to the University of Edinburgh e-pay system to register. Details you provide there will be used only for administering this event (including providing guest names to the hotel) and will not be passed to any other third parties. The full programme for the event is here.

Please note: We regret that we are unable to issue a visa invitation letter unless you are a speaker at this event.

As always there are two registration rates:

Non-residential £80

This includes full attendance at the Symposium, with lunches on Saturday and Sunday, dinners Friday and Saturday, and tea/coffee during the event.

Residential £250

This includes full Symposium attendance, lunches Saturday and Sunday, dinners Friday and Saturday, tea/coffee during the event, and two nights en-suite bed and breakfast at Motel One Edinburgh-Royal (a short walk from the Symposium venue New College).

Hotel places are limited so do book early to avoid disappointment. 

Cheaper accommodation options are available in the city, so you can book the non-residential rate and make your own arrangements, but be aware that Edinburgh accommodation sells out fast.

Please note that there are no concession rates. We do have a small number of free non-residential places available for UK postgraduate students and early career scholars who would not otherwise be able to attend. Please contact naomi.appleton@ed.ac.uk if you are interested, with a short statement of your research interests, current status, and why you particularly wish to attend the event.

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