Today is the last day that we will be able to accommodate changes to the programme before we print it. Please double-check that you are happy with it and we’ll get the final version online on Monday.
See you all soon!
Registration for anyone wishing to attend the conference, but not present a paper has now closed.
We will shortly be printing the programmes, so if you have any changes that you would like us to make (for example, please check that we have spelled your name and the title of your paper correctly!), let us know ASAP.
Finally, the conference will be taking place in the Gilmorehill Centre and the Glasgow University Union. Have a look at the Maps and Travel section of this site if you are unsure where they are.
Looking forward to seeing you all very soon!
Here is the programme.
We are getting very excited about the conference as it gets closer and I hope you’ll agree that the programme looks excellent.
See you there!
Registration is now open for anyone who would like to attend the conference, but isn’t giving a presentation.
If you would like to come, please can you send an email to the conference email address (email@example.com) before the 15th May.
Let us know which day(s) you wish to attend and whether you are interested in joining us at the conference dinner which will take place on the evening of Thursday 24th May and should cost around £15-20.
Please note that spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
We are currently working on the conference programme and we will post it up here as soon as it is finished.
NB, if you have already confirmed your attendance as a speaker, you do not need to register again.
Thanks for all the abstracts we have received. We’re all really looking forward to reading through them!
In the meantime, here’s some information about our confirmed speakers:
- Dr Bashabi Fraser, Napier University. Dr Fraser specialises in postcolonial literature and theory with a particular interest in diasporic themes.
- Prof Teresa Zackodnik, University of Alberta. Prof Zackodnick studies many aspects of American Literature including African American literature, Asian American fiction and black feminisms.
- Prof John Menaghan, Loyola Marymount University. Prof Menaghan is a prize-winning poet and playwright who teaches literature and creative writing. He will be giving a reading of his poetry at the conference.
ONE DAY left to submit an abstract for Spaces of (Dis)location!