The conference will take place on Thursday 29 June and Friday 30 June 2023.
The deadline for submissions is Tuesday 9 May 2023.
Tickets for speakers are £20. Tickets for poster presenters are £10. Tickets for audience members are free, but you must register.
Dr Lucio Biasiori
Associate Professor of Early Modern History at the University of Padua
Continuity and Change in the Social Life of Emotions: the Long Life of the Child of Babylon (1319-1793)
On Thursday evening, we will be going to Greaves Park for dinner. This is an excellent opportunity to continue the fruitful discussions of Thursday, to get to know your peers better, and to anticipate Friday’s panels.
· You will pay for your meal on the night. However, because we are a large group, Greaves Park has asked that we send in our orders one week in advance. Please consult the menu attached, and reply to this email with your choices. Please only order a meal if you are going to the meal.
Lancaster University Management School can be reached by bus via Lancaster Bus Station and the Common Garden Street Bus Hub.
South West Drive bus stop for lines:
4, 40, 41, 42 and 100
The Underpass for lines:
1, 1A, 2X, 4, 4X, 40, 41, 42, 100 and N1
Lancaster Train Station
Lancaster is situated on the West Mainline featuring services by Avanti West Coast, Transpennine and Northern rail
Travel between the station and university
Bus lines 4 and 4X operate every 30 minutes between the Station (Platform 3 exit) to the University Underpass.
Taxis are also available at the station.
Leave the M6 motorway at Junction 33 and take the A6 north towards Lancaster.
After Galgate village, three junctions with traffic lights on the A6 serve the University.
For South West Campus (Alexandra Park) - turn right at the first traffic lights into Hazelrigg Lane and then left at the roundabout into Alexandra Park Drive. On weekdays during term time, between 9:30am and 12 noon, there are usually parking spaces available on South West Campus, but not elsewhere on campus.
For North and South Campus, outside these peak times - turn right at the second traffic lights into the University main drive. You can use the Car Parking Zones Map to identify the most convenient visitor car park for your destination.
Visitor car parking is available on campus 24/7 and is free after 6pm and at weekends.
If you’re visiting campus during the day then parking charges apply. A ticket can be purchased from any of the pay and display machines across campus at a cost of £2 for two hours or £5 for up to 10 hours (£3 on South West Campus). All payments are contactless by either chip & pin and contactless card payment. Alternatively, all-day visitor scratch cards are available for home delivery in advance of your visit. These are available from the Online Store.
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