Registration for the conference is now open.
Registration can be completed using an online store (eStore) hosted by the University of Manchester, which allows you to pay securely by credit card.
Information about registration rates
£185 for waged/salaried participants (standard rate).
£125 for students, the unwaged, and those who have retired (concessionary rate).
Please complete registration as soon as possible.
We are very grateful for the funding provided by the English Faculty of the University of Cambridge, King’s College Cambridge, the University of Manchester and the Modern Humanities Research Association, which has helped us to keep the registration fee low.
The fee includes refreshments and lunches on all three days of the conference (Thursday 2nd – Saturday 4th April), and a drinks reception on Friday 3rd April.
Information about accommodation that can be booked with registration
A limited number of rooms have been reserved for conference registrants at King’s College, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis through the eStore. This option is available only as a three-night package, from the Wednesday night (1 April), i.e. the night before the official opening of the conference on the Thursday morning, to the Saturday (4 April), which is the last day of the conference (thus – for the avoidance of any doubt – the three nights are the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). The full accommodation package (which includes breakfast each day) costs £307.50 (which is tax-free, because the accommodation is so closely related to the conference). The option to book this accommodation will appear after you have added your registration to your virtual shopping basket in the eStore.
There is of course a full range of alternative accommodation options in Cambridge, though we strongly advise you to book in good time. Information on these other options is provided under the ‘Venue, accommodation & travel’ tab on this website.
How to register
The eStore address is:
Please click on this to register for the conference and to book accommodation in King’s College if desired.