The Conference will be held in the buildings of the Faculty of Arts and Social Science in downtown Maastricht (Grote Gracht 90-92), of which some parts date back to the 18th century. The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASoS) is one of the six faculties of Maastricht University. It was founded in 1994. There are approximately 250 employees and around 1500 students. The format of the education is, similar to all the faculties of Maastricht University, based on the principle of Problem-Based Learning (PBL). The faculty is internationally oriented and most of the programs are offered in English. Students come from all over the world. There are five Departments: Philosophy, Literature and Art, History, Society Studies, and Political Science. See:
The Opening Session will be held in the Aula in the University’s Main Building at Minderbroedersberg 4-6, a former Franciscan monastery. From there it is but a brief walk to the Welcome Party in the Town Hall of Maastricht, Markt 78. The other sessions will be in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Room [A] = Turnzaal and [B] = Room 1.018 / GG 76s. Inside the building the rooms are signposted.
Coffee / tea breaks and lunches will be served at the "Banditos" common room and garden, and an adjacent tent behind the Turnzaal.