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Registration

Registration for the conference is now OPEN.

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Registration fees – early-bird rates (by end of 28 March BST)

In person

BFE members (waged)                                   £90
BFE members (students and low income)      £45

Non-members (waged)                                   £125
Non-members (students and low income)      £67

Online

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

Registration fees – late rates (beginning 29 March BST)

Beginning 29 March, registration fees will increase by £20.

Conference bursaries

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 bfe2022conference@gmail.com:

  • Name
  • Title of conference paper as accepted
  • Whether you are a 2022 member of the BFE
  • A short budget indicating financial need and/or a statement about any circumstances prohibiting payment or money transfer (max. 300 words)
  • Student applicants should indicate their degree programme, institution, and year of study

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.