2017 Classical Association Annual Conference - 26-27-28-29/04/ 2017, Canterbury (England)
The Department of Classical Studies at the Open University and the Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies at the University of Kent look forward to jointly hosting the 2017 Classical Association Conference from 26-29 April 2017, in the University of Kent, Canterbury (UK). Conference themes will be:
Classics in the Contemporary World
Classical Archaeology as Heritage
Experiencing the Body
Acquiring and Structuring Knowledge
Late Antiquity and Byzantium
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: University of Kent (Canterbury, England)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: The Department of Classical Studies (The Open University); the Department of Classical & Archaeological Studies (University of Kent).
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The fees below include registration & access to papers, tea and coffee breaks, receptions and lunches. During the registration process, delegates will have the option of booking on-site accommodation, evening meals and an excursion.
Waged Full conference fee: £300
Unwaged Full conference fee: £280
Waged conference fee for daily delegates:
Unwaged conference fee for daily delegates:
On-site en-suite single bed and breakfast £42.95 (limited so advise early booking)
Cafeteria Dinner £10.45 (option to book Wednesday & Thursday)
Association Dinner £36.85 (Friday)
Excursions (Thursday afternoon)
Guided tour of Canterbury £7
Richborough Saxon Shore Fort £15
Guided tour of Canterbury Cathedral Archives £21.50 adult / £20.50 students, aged 18-25
Bookings will open on Monday 16 January 2017 and all bookings received after Tuesday 28 February 2017 will be subject to a £50 late charge and may not be refunded. We recommend booking your place as soon as possible not least because on-campus accommodation and places on the excursions are limited and will be allocated strictly on a first-come, first-served basis. accepted. Refunds will not normally be possible for cancellations after Tuesday 28 February 2017.
For all payment, accommodation and registration queries, please contact Sheena Butterworth (email@example.com). For all conference queries, please contact the Conference Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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In addition to the 45 academic panels and round table sessions the Presidential Address What’s in a Myth? will be given by Professor Bob Fowler. There will be two plenary sessions by Professor Ineke Sluiter (Leiden University): Anchoring Innovation: A Classical Research Agenda (Wednesday 26th) and Professor Andrew Wallace-Hadrill (University of Cambridge): What Did the Roman City do For Us? (Thursday 27th). In addition to the academic sessions on Thursday 27th there will be a two-hour drama workshop and sculptor session based on classical themes as well as excursions to Canterbury and the surrounding area.