Once again, we would like to extend our gratitude to everyone whose help and presence made the conference possible. We hope that our Participants enjoyed the atmosphere and, like us, were able to find new inspirations for haunted explorations.
We thank everyone for their papers, discussions and questions.
We are in the process of deciding on a final venue for the publication and will be able to send you more details and a style sheet within the next few weeks.
Below, you will find a few photographs from the conference; a larger number will be available on the conference facebook page.
The photographs show the participants, the opening, (some of) our extremely helpful students assisting the conference, and the plenary speakers.
Below please find our updated Conference Program.
A copy will also be provided in each Participant’s conference folder.
THE PROGRAM HAUNTED CULTURES / HAUNTING CULTURES.
We look forward to seeing you in Toruń!
Under the link, please find the complete book of abstracts (with some minor amendments as of September 18) by our speakers.
Haunting / Haunted Book of Abstracts
The updated programme will be published in the next few days.
Under the link below, you will find the Conference programme. We look forward to seeing you all in Toruń!
Programme of the Conference
Unfortunately, we regret to inform that, due to unforeseen circumstances, one of the plenary speakers, Professor Julian Wolfreys, was forced to withdraw from the conference.
Our Conference will be taking place in Collegium Maius, which is conveniently located in the Old Town of Toruń and ensures easy access to hotels as well as restaurants and tourist attractions. All of the hotels below are located within easy walking distance of the venue.
You are also invited to use the university hotel, which offers single rooms from 100 and 120 PLN (25 / 30 EUR, breakfast included), and which is located at ul. Szosa Chełmińska 83a. Unfortunately, it is further from the conference venue (although still at walking distance, approx. 20 minutes; there is a direct bus connection to the town centre; the bus stop is located opposite the hotel) and there is no online booking form in English available. For more information you can consult the university website (in Polish) http://www.umk.pl/oferty/hotel/ or contact the staff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Available hotels, most with English-language websites and Internet registration enabled, include:
Ibis Budget Hotel, located at Ks Jerzego Popieluszki 2a, with prices from 59 PLN / 14 EUR per night. You may need to have / open an account on the website to make a booking.
***Hotel Gotyk, located at Piekary 20. Prices from 180 PLN / 43 EUR per night, breakfast included.
***Heban Hotel, located at Małe Garbary 7. Prices from 165 PLN /40 EUR per night, breakfast not included. http://www.hotel-heban.com.pl/
***Petit Fleur, located at Piekary 25. Prices from 190 PLN/48 EUR per night, breakfast and supper included. http://www.petitefleurhotel.com/
****Copernicus Hotel, located at Bulwar Filadelfijski 11. Prices from 400 PLN / 100 EUR for a single room. http://www.copernicustorunhotel.com/
Haunted Cultures/ Haunting Cultures:
Spectres and Spectrality in Cultural Practices
22-23 September 2016
A quick reminder for confirmed Conference Participants.
Conference fee: 500 PLN (130 EUR)
Reduced fee (PhD students): 250 PLN (65 EUR)
The fee covers conference materials, coffee, lunch, the conference dinner and the costs of publication. It does not include the costs of accommodation.
Deadline for payment: 30 June 2016
Method of payment: bank transfer to the Nicolaus Copernicus University account.
Information needed for the bank transfer:
Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika
ul. J. Gagarina 11
87-100 Toruń, Poland
Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika w Toruniu
Bank Millenium S.A. Warszawa
Account number: 45 1160 2202 0000 0000 3174 8579
SWIFT: BIG B PL PW
IBAN: PL45 1160 2202 0000 0000 3174 8579
Please remember to use the postscript ‘Haunted Cultures 2016’ followed by the participant’s surname in the title of the payment.
We would like to thank all who have already submitted their interesting and thoughtful responses to the call for papers. We look forward to hosting you in Toruń!
Following several requests, we are also pleased to inform all interested scholars that the deadline for the submission of abstracts has been extended.
The new deadline for 200-word abstracts is April 20, 2016.
All the relevant details can be found here.