Archaeology, Psychoanalysis and Colonialism: The Return of the Repressed in European Culture in the Modern Age
The information here is for delegates who have registered to attend this event.
Thank you for registering to attend 'Archaeology, Psychoanaylsis and Colonialism' to be held at the University of Warwick on Friday 17th May 2024.
Registration with tea and coffee will be from 10.00 to10.30 in The Wolfson Research Exchange, 3rd Floor, Library, Library Road, University of Warwick.
A provisional programme can be found on the conference webpage Archaeology, Psychoanalysis and Colonialism: The Return of the Repressed in European Culture in the Modern Age (warwick.ac.uk), Delegates are advised to check back regularly in case there are changes to the programme, starting time or venue.
Getting to the University of Warwick
It is worth pointing out to people who are visiting for the first time that the UOW is not actually in Warwick. Coventry is the nearest mainline station. Information about travelling to campus can be found here.
It is up to delegates to arrange their own accommodation if needed. There are a range of options on campus that can be booked here.
Otherwise there are plenty of hotels and B&Bs in Coventry (nearest), Earlsdon and Kenilworth.