August 23, 2011

Rural Geographies: programme and registration

Writing about web page http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/cross_fac/ias/earlycareer/events/ruralgeographies/

Registration is now open for Rural Geographies of Gender and Space, Britain 1840-1920 (University of Warwick, 23rd September 2011).

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The new conference website includes the provisional programme- we had a very good response to the call for papers and have an exciting line-up of papers around the themes of "Cultivated Ruralities", "Beyond Britain", and "Gender in the Field", as well as a keynote presentation by Professor Jo Little of the University of Exeter. We have therefore been able to extend the symposium beyond the original half-day; registration will open at 10.15am with the first paper at 11am, and we will finish with a wine reception at 6pm.

Thanks to generous support from the Roberts Fund, attendance will be free - but we ask all attendees to register by 16th September using our online form.

The symposium will take place in the Wolfson Research Exchange seminar rooms; for information on travelling to the University and finding the venue, see our travel information page.

Any enquiries can be directed to myself or Gemma Goodman.


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