REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED
The conference fee this year will remain the same as for previous years’ face-to-face events at £100 for early bird registration; remote attendees will pay a much reduced fee. Early bird registration ends 17 July 2022. Standard registration ends 14 August 2022. Late registration - which is online only - ends 28 August 2022.
To attend BSP events, speakers and delegates need to be members of the British Society for Phenomenology. If you are not already a member, membership (full and discounted, £40 and £20 respectively) will be added to the conference fee. When you become a member, you receive access to the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology online for one year. JBSP Online publishes around 25 new research articles a year, and membership includes access to 50+ years of the JBSP. You can become a member at any time, for more information please visit our membership page.
Further information for people attending in person
The registration fee includes morning and afternoon refreshments and lunch (vegetarian and vegan options), as well as Wi-Fi access. The registration does not include the (optional) conference meal or accommodation and travel.
There will be a conference meal on the evening of day 2 of the conference. This is optional and can be paid for during the registration process.
The location information regarding the venue page includes recommendations on local accommodation.
The venue is accessible for people with mobility considerations. Check out location information regarding the venue, venue accessibility and feel free to contact us if you have any other concerns or enquiries.
Further information for people attending online
BSP2022AC is a hybrid event. Around one half of the papers will be delivered in person from the venue at the University of Exeter, while the other half will be presented remotely and streamed into the venue. Correspondingly, all the presentations will be streamed online for remote attendees.
Check out information on online attendance both for delegates and speakers.
>>>>> Early bird registration to participate in person (opening w/c 6 June - 17 July 2022) [closed]
>>>>> Early bird registration to participate online (opening w/c 6 June - 17 July 2022) [closed]
>>>>> Standard registration to participate in person (18 July - 14 August 2022) [after which all in person registration ends] [closed]
>>>>> Standard registration to participate online (18 July - 14 August 2022) [closed]
>>>>> Late registration to participate online (15 August - 28 August 2022) [closed]
Further information for speakers who would like to apply for financial assistance
> Applications for bursaries are available for those needing financial assistance during early bird registration only, and are only open to speakers. See more...
Further information for attendees who would like receipts
> Once you have paid for the event you'll receive a Paypal receipt. If you need a more detailed receipt please get in contact and we are happy to send you one with a full breakdown of the payment.
Further information for delegates (non-speaking attendees) who are thinking about attending in person and may need a letter for a visa
> All speakers have been through an anonymised peer review process during abstract submission and have been selected to present at the conference on the strength of their proposals. Accordingly, we will supply visa letters for in person speakers at Exeter upon request.
> It may be that prospective delegates intending to attend Exeter in person will need a visa letter from the event organisers. We are happy to provide these.... read on for more information...