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The Critical Studies in Television conference showcases research in the area of television studies. We are putting a particular emphasis on the outliers of television and television studies this year in order to open up the discipline to new interests, approaches and methodologies.
The conference will take place online, via Teams, between 27 June and 15 July. All sessions will be recorded and can be watched back later. We aim to run the conference as a ‘slow conference’ with only a limited number of panels each day so as to not overload audiences. In addition, we will schedule it in a way to allow for a relatively global audience to take part.
The 2022 SOLSTICE and CLT Conference will take place at Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, UK. As ever, we are keeping the themes for the annual conference as broad as possible (these can be viewed on the conference website) to facilitate a vibrant and interesting Teaching and Learning conference.
The conference will include:
Please select one of the following options below:
Option 1: Full conference 28th and 29th June 2022
Option 2: Tuesday 28th June 2022 only
Option 3: Wednesday 29th June 2022 only
The 2022 Accounting History Review Conference will continue our exploration of accounting [in] history – the examination of multi-faceted social and institutional contexts through an accounting lens.
To underscore our theme, we are delighted to announce that our keynote address will be delivered on 23 June 2022 by Professor Mary O’Sullivan of the Department of History, Economics and Society at the University of Geneva. Professor Sullivan’s research interests include: capital and capitalism; enterprise and industrial history; and, economic and financial history.
We are pleased to offer a programme which includes a range of theoretical, empirical, and review papers crossing disciplinary boundaries and engaging with historians in other areas. Accepted papers include a wide spectrum of historically- and theoretically-informed research covering topics from diverse countries and periods extending from the late medieval to the twentieth century.
Edge Hill University is proud to welcome researchers from around the globe to this event, which is supported by funding from ICAEW’s Charitable Trusts
Conference Booking Fee (Early Bird available until Friday 22 April): £300
Conference Booking Fee (Standard Rate after Friday 22 April until Wednesday 8 June): £375
Additional Conference Dinner Fee should delegates wish to invite a guest: £60 per additional guest