Presenter registration deadline extended
We have extended the presenter registration deadline to 1 May. Please see our COVID-19 updates page for more information.
We have had a number of queries about the current global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in relation to conference travel planning.
We are monitoring government and UCL advice and guidelines. At present this advice is to carry on as normal with planned events, whilst following WHO guidelines about basic protective measures against the virus https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public
If there are any changes to this situation, we will immediately notify those who have registered and submitted papers.
We have measures in place to reimburse fees should circumstances change and we are advised to cancel. We would remind all registrants, as is standard practice, to make sure that they have travel insurance in place.
Notifications begin on 27th January
Notifications will begin to go out on the 27th January.
We have had an incredible response to the Call for Participation and because of this the review process has taken slightly longer than anticipated. We are in the very final stages of review and notifications will begin to go out on Monday 27th January. We aim to have all notifications out by the end of January.
Notifications will be sent out from Ex Ordo so keep an eye out/remember to add Ex Ordo to your safe lists to avoid the notification going into your spam folder.
Limited number of day registrations announced
There will be a small number of day registrations available for each day of the conference. The price for these will be:
Earlybird day registration
30.11.19 to 30.05.20
Student/un-waged rate – £60/day
Non-student/waged rate – £75/day
31.05.20 to 30.07.20
Student rate/un-waged – £70/day
Non-student/waged rate – £85/day
Submission deadline extended
The deadline for abstract submissions has been extended to midnight (GMT) on 31 October.
Please note that there is only one call – this deadline is therefore for all submissions.
We will be offering a limited number of registration/partial registration fee waivers to support participation in the conference to individuals who would not otherwise be able to attend. Priority will be given to people from lower/middle income countries and/or to those with no institutional support. Details of how to apply will be available on the conference website in January 2020.
Submissions portal opening next week
Due to circumstances outside of our control we have had to delay opening the submissions portal by a week but we’re happy to report that it will be opening early next week.
Full details of themes and submission types can be found here – Submissions
And full details of how to submit will be available via the submissions portal.
ACHS 2020: Futures
The call for participation for ACHS 2020: Futures, the Association of Critical Heritage Studies 5th Biennial Conference, is now open!