Conference fee to cover tea, coffee, reception and lunch:
£45 (£30 for students and speakers; free for UWTSD students)
We have applied for funding to reimburse speakers’ expenses, but we still cannot promise you any reimbursement at the moment and it seems increasingly unlikely that we will receive any additional funding. Please do try to find alternative funding opportunities if you need them, e.g. from your home institutions.
Funding opportunities for PhD students:
There are lots of funding opportunities for PhD students to attend conferences (in the U.K., see for example the Thomas Wiedemann Memorial Fund)
Accommodation will be available on the Lampeter campus (en-suite rooms in student halls) for £30 per night including breakfast (see booking form). But you are free to make your own arrangements.
The Call for Papers is now closed.
Thanks to all of you from across the world who have already sent us their abstracts! See "Programme" and "Abstracts" for more information.
Apart from English and Welsh, papers in French, Spanish, Italian, German, etc. are of course welcome. We would also ask delegates who wish to present papers in languages other than English to consider providing their abstract, PowerPoint presentations and other visual media in English for the benefit of all conference delegates (simultaneous translation of papers into English will only be available for papers in Welsh).
Organisers and contact details:
Please feel free to contact us anytime:
Lampeter campus, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, College Street, Lampeter, SA48 7ED, Wales, United Kingdom
Getting to Lampeter:
UWTSD’s Lampeter campus is situated in west Wales, at the crossroad of the A482, A485 and A475. Having been founded in 1822, this is the oldest university in Wales and England after Oxford and Cambridge (click here for more info and map of Lampeter).
- by coach: There are direct coaches from London to Lampeter.
- by train: The nearest railway stations are Carmarthen and Aberystwyth: if you come from London and the south of Wales and England, travel to Carmarthen and then by bus (T1) to Lampeter. If you come from Birmingham, northern England and Scotland, please travel to Aberystwyth and then take the T1 bus to Lampeter.
- by plane: the nearest airports are Cardiff, Bristol and Birmingham, followed by London Heathrow; it is more difficult to get to London Gatwick, Stansted and Luton
- Find out more at: how to get to Lampeter
Keep in touch for further updates: https://www.facebook.com/globallampeter/
Disclaimer: Whilst every attempt is made to ensure that the information on this website is accurate and up-to-date, some information may be subject to change.