London, 8-9 January 2015
This meeting included the 43rd Bartlett Prize Lecture by Professor Lorraine Tyler plus an accompanying symposium organised by Alex Clarke and Barry Devereux.
Local Organiser Patti Adank.
Leeds 8-10 April 2015
This meeting included the 13th EPS Mid-Career Prize Lecture by Professor Martin Pickering plus an accompanying symposium organised by Rob Hartsuiker.
Local Organiser Pam Blundell.
Lincoln 8-10 July 2015
This meeting will include the 22nd EPS Prize Lecture by Professor Manos Tsakiris plus an accompanying symposium to be organised by Katerina Fotopoulou.
Local Organiser Timothy Hodgson.
We have now reached capacity for oral and poster submissions.
London, 7-8 January 2016
Durham, 6-8 April 2016
Oxford/SEPEX, 7-11 July 2016
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