Registration is currently open, and closes on March 31st, 2017.
To register, download the application form by clicking here: Registration Form.
Please complete all sections IN BOLD (*starred* information is required in all cases), and send to: email@example.com
Within one week of submission of this form, please pay your registration fee, and join one of the two DH Lawrence Societies described below.
(titles will not be given on the Conference Badges)
MOBILE TELEPHONE NUMBER:
CURRENT OR MOST RECENT INSTITUTION, IF APPLICABLE:
TITLE OF PAPER, IF YOU ARE GIVING ONE:
ANY MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT REQUIRED FOR PRESENTATION, IF YOU ARE GIVING ONE:
ANY SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS:
ANY MOBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
(please see the ‘Accessibility’ note for each Conference Venue on the ‘Accommodation’ document on the Conference website, at https://dhlawrencesociety.com/venues/
FORMAL LETTER OF INVITATION NEEDED FOR FUNDING FROM YOUR HOME INSTITUTION OR PERMISSION TO TRAVEL TO THE UK?:
THE CONFERENCE FEE COVERS THE FOLLOWING:
- Attendance at all academic panels Monday 3rd July to Friday 7th July
- Attendance at evening events on Monday 3rd July (Drama) and Tuesday 4th July (Poetry and Music)
- Attendance on guided tours of Bloomsbury on Monday 3rd July and Tuesday 4th July
- Attendance on guided tour of Hampstead on Wednesday 5th July
- All tea/coffee breaks intervening between academic sessions
- Lunches on Tuesday 4th July through to Friday 8th July
- Arrival Dinner in various Bloomsbury restaurants on Monday 3rd July
- Wine reception in Kilburn on Wednesday 5th July
- Coach transport from Conference Venue to Conference Dinner in Kensington on Thursday 6th July
- Conference Dinner on Thursday 6th July, including three courses, arrival drink, some wine for those who wish, iced water throughout the meal, and tea/coffee
- Personalised swipe-card for NCH
- Use of the photocopier at NCH (please ask Graduate Fellows for help)
- Wifi access at NCH
TO ATTEND THE CONFERENCE, YOU NEED IN ADDITION TO JOIN, FOR A YEAR, EITHER THE D.H. LAWRENCE SOCIETY OF EASTWOOD, OR THE D.H. LAWRENCE SOCIETY OF NORTH AMERICA
It is hoped that all those who are sufficiently interested in D.H. Lawrence to attend this Conference will want to remain in some kind of contact with the Lawrence community after the duration of the Conference itself. Both the D.H. Lawrence Society of North America, and the D.H. Lawrence Society of Eastwood, U.K., have supported this Conference most generously – and are always seeking to expand their network of admirers of Lawrence, and the dissemination of scholarship on Lawrence, which they exist to promote.
It has therefore been decided that registration with either one of these societies – at your own choice – will be part of the registration procedure.
A description of each of these societies may be found below.
Of course – you should feel free to join both!
And it is hoped that many of you will choose to remain members of your chosen society/ies well beyond the following year.
If you are already a member of one of these societies, it is simply required that you pay one year’s further subscription now. This membership will begin when your current annual subscription expires.
Payment of the year’s subscription is to be made directly to the society/ies concerned on their websites, as follows:
D.H. Lawrence Society of North America:
D.H. Lawrence Society of Eastwood:
Acknowledgment of Registration to the Conference will be sent to you when:
- the Conference organisers have verified that one or other Society has been joined
- the Conference Fee has been paid
Please indicate here which society (or societies) you are joining:
DHLSNA ($25 or $10, student/unemployed)
Eastwood Society (£18, £16 concessions, £20 international)
(Graduate Fellows are strongly encouraged to join, but are not obliged to)
Information about the D.H. Lawrence Societies
- H. Lawrence Society of North America
The D. H. Lawrence Society of North America (DHLSNA) encourages study of D. H. Lawrence and all his works–poetry, fiction, drama, essays, travel writing, literary criticism, painting, and letters; scholarship on Lawrence; and creative works inspired by Lawrence. It sponsors meetings and conferences dealing with Lawrence, and assists in preservation of buildings associated with him.
It was founded in 1975 at the Modern Language Association (MLA) in San Francisco, with James Cowan serving as its first president. In 1980, the name was changed to D. H. Lawrence Society of North America, although its 150 current members live and work all over the world.
The DHLSNA organizes one or more sessions on D. H. Lawrence at the annual MLA convention each year. It has also sponsored or co-sponsored international Lawrence conferences around the world, including recent conferences in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2005; Eastwood, England in 2007; Sydney, Australia in 2011; and Gargnano, Italy in 2014. The DHLSNA offers three awards to recognize the achievements of Lawrence scholars at these conferences: the Harry T. Moore Lifetime Achievement Award, the Newly Published Scholar award, and the Mark Spilka lecture. In addition it funds fellowships at international Lawrence conferences it sponsors to support advanced graduate students interested in D. H. Lawrence.
Annual membership in the DHLSNA is $25 ($10 for students/underemployed); the membership year begins Jan. 1 and runs through Dec. 31. The DHLSNA is a non-profit organization, so membership fees are tax-deductible in the U.S. Benefits include the DHLSNA bi-annual Newsletter which is distributed electronically to all of its members, and access to a moderated list-serve which distributes notices about upcoming events, calls for papers, and other information to members. The webpages of the DHLSNA include its officers, current by-laws, annual treasurer’s report, minutes of annual business meetings, a password-protected list of current members, a directory, and memorial page, among other features. It also maintains the D. H. Lawrence Facebook page. For more information, see: http://dhlsna.org.
Membership fees are paid via PayPal; we would be delighted to welcome you as a member of the DHLSNA at http://dhlsna.org/join
The D.H. Lawrence Society
The D. H. Lawrence was established in Eastwood in 1974 to promote the education of the public in the life and works of D.H. Lawrence. The chief function of the Society is to encourage the sharing of the study of D.H. Lawrence through monthly meetings, usually held in Eastwood, and through a range of other activities. The monthly meetings are open meetings and guest speakers are invited to address the group. Usually meetings are followed by a time for questions and discussion. From time to time a meeting may take the form of readings, analysis and discussion from Lawrence’s work.
At present John Worthen is our President, and we are supported by five enthusiastic and well-respected Vice Presidents. Current membership stands at 148 but many of these members live and work all over the world. As a Society we benefit from our close working links with the D.H. Lawrence Centre at Nottingham University and with the Manuscripts and Special Collection Department at the university. The University has a unique collection of Lawrence material, and the Lawrence Society has an extensive library of its own.
The Society is aware that much of the work done around Lawrence topics is of an academic nature but in recent months the Council has taken positive steps to extend the field of contact to schools, colleges and life-long learning groups. Because the Society is based in Eastwood we have a unique opportunity to study buildings and locations linked to Lawrence and to local history. With these opportunities in mind the Council has recently appointed a 6th Form pupil to the Council to foster school links and has set up an education sub group.
In September each year the Society is involved in the D.H. Lawrence Festival of Culture in Eastwood. This venture is organised in conjunction with the local borough council. Part of this festival is the annual D.H. Lawrence Birthday Lecture and a one day D.H. Lawrence/ F.R. Leavis conference run jointly with the Leavis Society.
Members of the Society receive a copy of the Journal which is published and distributed each year in Jan/ Feb and includes papers and reviews submitted in the previous year. All items are published only after scrutiny by the editor and a strong editorial advisory team. At present the Journal is published as hard copy but it is planned that digitised versions of all past and future Journals will be created and made available.
Membership fees are paid by cheque or bank transfer. Membership application details are available here:
and from our Treasurer Sheila Bamford
We would be delighted to have you as a member of the Society.
THE CONFERENCE FEE DOES NOT COVER THE FOLLOWING, WHICH IS BE PAID FOR BY WAY OF SUPPLEMENT BY THOSE WHO WISH TO ATTEND:
Excursion to Eastwood and environs on Saturday 8th July
- a day’s coach transport from London to Eastwood/environs and back
- a day’s guiding by Dr. Andrew Harrison
- a visit to Beauvale Priory with guided tour by a local guide
- lunch at Beauvale Priory
- a visit to Mountain Cottage
- a visit to Matlock
CONFERENCE ATTENDERS WILL MAKE THEIR OWN ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE FOLLOWING:
- Accommodation (please see the ‘Accommodation’ page of the conference website for deals on accommodation close to the Conference Venue)
- Lunch on Monday 3rd July (Conference registration is from 1-5 pm)
- Dinner on Tuesday 4th July, Wednesday 5th July, and Friday 7th July
- Any breakfasts (which may however be included with price of accommodation, depending on where you choose to stay)
- All transport associated with the guided tour Hampstead Heath, and with the Wine Reception in Kilburn, both on Wednesday 5th
Concerning the last of these: we suggest that the associated journeys are done by public transport, i.e. underground and/or overground trains.
On how to pay for these, please see the page on the conference website entitled ‘Travel’.
If done by public transport, each of the following journeys should cost no more than £3:
- Conference Venue to Hampstead Heath (for guided tour)
- Hampstead Heath back to Conference Venue/central London
- Hampstead Heath to Kilburn (for wine reception)
- Conference Venue/central London to Kilburn (for wine reception)
- Kilburn back to Conference Venue or central London
- if you are going only on the Hampstead Heath guided tour, or only to the Kilburn wine reception, transport for the afternoon will cost £6 maximum.
- if you are going on the Hampstead Heath guided tour, and then to the Kilburn Wine Reception, before returning to Central London, transport for the afternoon/evening will cost £9 maximum.
You and/or a partner/friend are welcome to attend parts of the conference. The following are payable separately:
- one day’s attendance at the academic events of the Conference, Tuesday 4th July – Friday 7th July (you may pay for up to three days separately; for more, please pay the full Conference Fee)
- the Arrival Dinner, in various Bloomsbury restaurants on Monday 3rd July
- the Bloomsbury Walking Tours on Monday 3rd and Tuesday 4th July
- the Drama Evening on Monday 3rd July
- the Poetry and Music Evening on Tuesday 4th July
- the Hampstead Heath Walking Tour on Wednesday 5th July
- the Wine Reception in Kilburn on Wednesday 5th July
- the Conference Dinner on Thursday 6th July
PLEASE INDICATE ALL OF THE FOLLOWING FOR WHICH YOU WOULD LIKE TO PAY, AND FOR HOW MANY PEOPLE:
FULL CONFERENCE FEE
£300 if paid by 28th February 2016
£310 if paid after 28th February 2016
(NB Graduate Fellows do not pay the Conference Fee)
EXCURSION TO EASTWOOD ON SATURDAY 8th JULY
(includes transport, lunch and guided tours; must be paid even if paying the Full Conference Fee)
THE FOLLOWING ARE ALREADY INCLUDED, IF YOU ARE PAYING THE FULL CONFERENCE FEE
DAY ATTENDANCE OF ACADEMIC PROGRAMME (including morning and afternoon tea, and lunch)
Tuesday 4th July How many:__
Wednesday 5th July How many:__
Thursday 6th July How many:__
Friday 7th July How many:__
Date/s undecided How many:__
(e.g. if two people for two undecided days, write ‘4’)
ARRIVAL EVENING DINNER, IN VARIOUS BLOOMSBURY RESTAURANTS, ON MONDAY 3RD JULY
THE BLOOMSBURY WALKING TOUR ON THE AFTERNOONS OF MONDAY 3RD AND TUESDAY 4TH JULY (different tours will be given)
THE DRAMA EVENING ON MONDAY 3RD JULY
THE POETRY AND MUSIC EVENING ON TUESDAY 4TH JULY
THE HAMPSTEAD HEATH WALKING TOUR ON THE AFTERNOON OF WEDNESDAY 5TH JULY
THE WINE RECEPTION IN KILBURN ON THE EVENING OF WEDNESDAY 5TH JULY
THE CONFERENCE DINNER ON THE EVENING OF THURSDAY 6TH JULY
If you are bringing a friend/partner, please fill in their details below.
NAME OF FRIEND/PARTNER:
SPECIAL DIETARY REQUIREMENTS:
PAYMENT MAY BE MADE IN ONE OF THREE WAYS:
- by bank transfer: NO EXTRA COST
- by debit card over the phone: 1% SURCHARGE
- by credit card over the phone: 2% SURCHARGE
Please make a bank transfer in GBP to the total amount payable to:
Barclays Bank Plc
Account number 13876616
Sort code 20-78-98
IBAN GB95 BARC 2078 9813 8766 16
The account name: TES Main C/A
The account address:
19 Bedford Square
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Please telephone the New College of the Humanities any time between 9 am and 5 pm British time (Greenwich Meantime until March 26th 2017, when it is GMT + 1), Monday to Friday. The College is closed: 24-27 December 2016, 2nd January 2017, 14th and 17th April 2017, 1st and 29th May 2017.
The telephone number is:
+44 207637 4550
Ask to speak to Kim Hooper (the Conference Treasurer).
If she is unavailable, please ask to speak to any member of staff in Student Support.
Ask to make a card payment for the D.H. Lawrence Conference.
Please give your name, and the details of your credit or debit card, plus your billing address.
A place at the Conference cannot be guaranteed if payment is not made.
Please make your payment, and join or extend membership of a Lawrence society, within one week of submission of this form.
CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATION: 31st March 2017
DATE OF CANCELLATION, AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Partial refunds will be available until June 1st.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
WE LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU AT THE CONFERENCE
Catherine Brown and the Organising Committee