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GradNet 10th Annual Postgraduate Humanities Conference: Myth vs Reality
Mon 27 March 2017, 09:00 – 18:00 BST
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The Humanities Graduate School Student Network (GradNet)
10th Annual Postgraduate Conference
MYTH VS. REALITY
“Behind every myth lies a truth; beyond every legend is reality, as radiant (sometimes as chilling) as the story itself.” - Phyllis McGinley
As researchers, we are told to seek the truth – the reality – of our topics of enquiry. We have to contend with
the stories that are told and which form the myths around what we think we know, aiming to remove old
certainties in favour of the reality. This desire for knowledge often drives the study of the Humanities, and
is also a fruitful topic for enquiry in itself: Where do myths come from? How are they formed? What
purpose do they serve? Why are they believed? How do we move beyond myth to reality? What
distinguishes myth from reality?
This day long interdisciplinary conference aims to bring together research from across the disciplines of Humanities: Archaeology, English, Film, History, Modern Languages, Music, and Philosophy.
Schedule of the Day: A full programme will be released as soon as possible. Lunch will be provided.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):
Who can attend the event?
The event is open to all postgraduate students from any institution.
Where can I find the programme of events?
The programme of events will be released as soon as possible after abstract submissions have closed.
Can I submit an abstract for a presentation?
We welcome abstract submissions from postgraduate research students. We will be accepting abstracts for either 20 minute presentations, Pecha Kucha presentations, and posters. The abstract deadline is Sunday 29th January 2017.
Please see the Call for Papers for more information.
When will registration be open?
Registration will open on 1st January 2017, and will close on Sunday 19th March 2017. If you would like to register after this date, please contact us and we will see if there are any available spaces.
While registration is free, we kindly ask that you inform us as soon as possible if you will be unable to attend so that the space can be released to another delegate.
How can I get to the event?
Train: The nearest railway station is Southampton Central, from there you can take the Uni-link bus to Avenue Campus. From the North (Platform 1) side of the station you can catch the Uni-link U2 to Avenue Campus. Please note that on the day of the conference the Uni-link bus will be operating on the vacation timetable. http://unilinkbus.co.uk
Coach: The nearest coach station is Southampton University Highfield Campus (Highfield Interchange), and there is also the Southampton Harbour Parade coach station in the city centre (behind ASDA). If you arrive into the coach station in the city centre, it is a five minute walk to the Southampton Central railway station to catch a bus.
Bus: Avenue Campus is served by the Uni-link bus service. Please note that on the day of the conference the Uni-link bus will be operating on the vacation timetable. http://unilinkbus.co.uk
Car: Please note parking is very limited at the University campuses, and therefore parking cannot be guarenteed. You are advised to use alternative transport options where possible. Should you need to travel by car, please contact the Conference Committee urgently to apply for parking even if you are a blue badge holder.
Are lunch and refreshments provided?
Yes, lunch and refreshments will be available to delegates. Vegetarian will be provided for, but if you have any other special dietary requirements please email us and let us know after you have registered for the event.
What if I am no longer able to attend?
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know as soon as possible.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
Please contact the GradNet Conference Organising Committee at email@example.com