Some photos from the first day of the conference and a few from the second. If anyone has more photos, please do send them to me.
On behalf of myself and the organizers, a huge thank you to everyone who contributed in making "Europe, The Very Idea" a success - most importantly, special thanks to all the speakers. Thanks also to our sponsors: The Royal Institute of Philosophy, UWE Social Science in the City, and the Czech Centre London. Thanks also to the great team at the Watershed.
Here are a couple of sketches from the public lecture on May 9th by Elisabeth Thomas, please check out her other work on her website.
Register here (through the UWE Store) - More practical information in previous posts
HOW TO REGISTER:
The registration site for the conference is now up and running! You can register through the UWE Online store. There you will find four options:
1. Full price registration (15) with conference dinner on the Friday (36)
2. Discounted* (free) registration with conference dinner on the Friday
3. Full price registration without conference dinner on the Friday
4. Discounted* registration without conference dinner
*Discounted registration applies to students and unemployed.
A conference dinner will be held at the Bordeaux Quay Brasserie following the public talk and debate on Friday 9 May. The cost of this dinner is 36 pounds and includes 3 courses and wine
Lunch will be available for purchase at the conference venue (they have a pretty good cafe, there are also many other affordable options around the venue).
There are many hotels in the immediate vicinity of the conference venue (see the map below)
Some less expensive options include an Ibis http://www.ibis.com/gb/hotel-5547-ibis-bristol-centre/index.shtml
There is also a youth hostel with an excellent location (located just across from the conference venue) http://www.yha.org.uk/hostel/bristol
If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact Darian Meacham (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Looking forward to meeting you all in May.
"Europe, The Very Idea" is generously sponsored by the Royal Institute of Philosophy, UWE Social Science in the City, and the Czech Centre, London.