Registration for the conference is now OPEN.
BFE members (waged) £90
BFE members (students and low income) £45
Non-members (waged) £125
Non-members (students and low income) £67
BFE members (waged) £60
BFE members (students and low income) £25
Non-members (waged) £95
Non-members (students and low income) £47
Online day rate
All attendees £25
Beginning 29 March, registration fees will increase by £20.
We invite presenters and attendees who are students, who are BIPOC scholars, or who are unable to pay fees because of severe economic, political or other constraints to apply for a number of bursaries to help defray the costs of attending the conference. These comprise a subsidy for in-person presenters and a waiver of the conference registration fee for online presenters and attendees. (In the past, subsidies for in-person presenters have often been around £100, although we hope to increase this.)
If you wish to apply for a bursary, please send the following information to email@example.com:
Decisions will be made by a panel of BFE Committee members, with priority given to presenters. Applications must be received by 17 March. Applicants will be notified of results by 23 March (i.e., a few days before the early-bird rate ends).
The BFE is a non-profit scholarly society with a limited budget, so we encourage presenters to draw on any institutional resources available to them before applying for a bursary.