Registration for ‘From Trauma to Protection: the Twentieth Century as the Children’s Century' on 19-20 April 2018 is now open.
Please register by Tuesday 3rd April at the latest.
If you have any queries about registration, please contact the conference administrator Sheilagh dot Holmes at warwick dot ac dot uk
Conference venue: Arden Conference Centre, University of Warwick.
You can register to attend the whole event, or just one of the days - please indicate which on the registration form.
Conference costs include lunch and all refreshments.
Overnight accommodation (in addition to that included in some of the booking options) can be booked for you at conference rates (£95 B&B per night) - please indicate which nights you require on the registration form. More modestly priced options may be available locally via http://www.visitcoventryandwarwickshire.co.uk/accommodation, one of the hotel booking sites or AirBnB.
For those choosing not to attend the conference dinner on Thursday 19th, there are modestly priced options available nearby, including bar meals at the conference centre and on-campus restaurants and pubs.
Information about travel directions to the campus can be found here.
Conference costs, dinner and one night's accommodation are free. Please use the Speaker/Panel registration form to indicate your requirements.
All income from delegate registration will be used to fund the conference. Discounted rates are available for students and Early Career Fellows with no (or very restricted) funding for research costs.
The payment options are:
|Options||Full rate||Discount rate|
|A 2 days, 1 night's accommodation, conference dinner, conference costs||£199||£139|
|B 2 days, non-residential, conference dinner, conference costs||£139||£100|
|C 2 days, non-residential, conference costs||£110||£80|
|D 1 day, non-residential, conference dinner, conference costs||£100||£75|
|E 1 day, non-residential, conference costs||£65||£50|
Please use the Delegate registration form to indicate your requirements and to pay for your selected rate.
Postgraduate students and Early Career Researchers with no (or limited) access to instutional funds may be eligible for conference attendance bursaries from the Society for the Social History of Medicine.
Further details about this are available on the SSHM's bursaries webpage. Queries and requests for this funding should be directed to the SSHM.