Frequently Asked Questions


The panels will be scheduled between 11.45am on 1 April and 4pm on 3 April. The opening plenary will be held at 9.30am on 1 April and the closing plenary will finish at 6.30pm on 3rd April. 


The provisional programme is now available [pdf]|. Please bear in mind that this is subject to change as we are still waiting for some presenters to confirm.


You can register under this section of our website|. We request that all panellists register by 7 March. You will find details of the workshops that you can register for on the registration website.

Conference Dinner

The conference dinner will be held on the evening of 2 April at The Strand Palace Hotel. You can register for the dinner at our conference website|. If you have already registered and would like to join the dinner, then you can update you registration on the website to include dinner until 14 March. 


Each presenter will have 15 minutes to present their paper. It is very important that your presentation does not exceed this time limit as panels will be for 90 minutes and comprise 4 papers. All rooms will have access to a PC and projector. We request that presenters upload their presentations on a USB memory stick as there is insufficient time in panels for presenters to connect their computers to the projector.


We require that your presentation is based on a finished (or finished draft) but we do not officially ask for you to submit your papers to us. You can of course submit your paper to others upon request. 


We do not organise accommodation for participants but we do have a suggested list of accommodation on our website|. Hotel rooms and LSE halls book up quickly so we strongly suggest that you book as soon as possible. 


The conference will be held in Clement House| at the London School of Economics. Details of getting to and around LSE can be found on LSE's website| and we will also send detailed instructions before the conference.