Online registration now open for the conference

The registration fee for the conference is £55 (including refreshments, lunches on both days and the conference dinner on Monday 29th June).

Speakers and delegates should go to the University of Hull’s online shop to book http://shop.hull.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&catid=90&prodid=204

Postgraduate / early career bursaries

Thanks to sponsorship from the University of Hull and the Arts & Humanities Research Council, a limited number of bursaries (fee waivers plus a contribution towards travel/accommodation) are available to postgraduate and early career researchers. To apply, please email womenandland@outlook.com with your name, university affiliation, details of your PhD or post-doctoral research, and a short statement (of no more than 150 words) outlining how you’d benefit from attending the conference. This should reach the conference organisers no later than Friday 8th May 2015.

Please note, bursary applicants are asked not to register with the online system until after the outcome of the bursary competition is announced. Successful applicants will then be supplied with a code for fee-free registration.

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About Women and Land

Women and Land is a blog set up by Dr. Briony McDonagh (Geography, University of Hull), Dr Amanda Capern and Charlotte Garside (both History, University of Hull). It offers info and updates about the forthcoming 'Women, land and the making of the British landscape, 1300-1900' conference (29th-30th June 2015), as well as news on their various research projects and activities. You can also follow the team on Twitter @Women_and_Land
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