An Unwell World?: Anthropology in a Speculative Mode.
ASA2023: SOAS, University of London, 11 - 14 April 2023
Apologies. We no longer are able to take registration. Conference is at capacity.
All participants - panel convenors, authors, chairs, discussants, organisers, keynotes, plenary speakers, guests, volunteers, committee members and those without any specific role - MUST register in advance of the event.
Registration is by online form only and does not require instant payment. Your registration will be manually processed and an invoice with payment information emailed after a few days. Payment can be taken online by credit card or bank transfer, and invoices should be settled within 15 days.
The conference party will take place at Bethnal Green Working Mens Club, 42-46 Pollard Row, London, E26NB and the entrance ticket costs £25, to be booked at the time of registration.
The Working Mens Club in Bethnal Green is one of the pioneering inclusive queer spaces in the UK, founded in 1887, still owned and used by its members. Working mens clubs were radical spaces in their own right, spearheading a working model of collective ownership and self-management. Such clubs are now quite rare in the UK, but Bethnal Green Working Mens Club is able to continue pioneering radical spaces to this day.
You can purchase the £25 ticket with registration, which includes Lebanese canape food at the venue. The evening will include a DJ with 80’s Disco music in the perfect setting for it, and will carry on until late in the night.
Bethnal Green Working Mens Club is easy to reach from SOAS, by getting on the Central Line (Red) at Tottenham Court Road station towards Liverpool Street and getting off at Bethnal Green, the club is then a 10 minute walk from the station (go right on exit of the tube station, carry on straight until you take a right to Pollard Row and you’ll see it). See detailed directions here.
How much are conference fees?
|Concession member (low income*):||£275|
|Concession non-member (low income*):||£295|
|*Low income refers to those with a gross annual income below £20,000|
|**Day registrations are limited to a single day only. For two or more days select 'Full conference'.|
All registration options are for face-to-face attendance only.
This fee includes an opening drinks reception, 3 lunches and 6 tea/coffee breaks, and access to all sessions and events.
What are you paying for?
ASA prioritises the attendance of precarious scholars using the full price fees to subsidise the low-income registration fee, and also through funding travel and accommodation of many of those on low/no income.
The Call for Funding has now closed, decisions will be announced on 3 March 2023.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do get in touch on conference(at)theasa.org