2015 Conference Registration and
One-Year Membership to the Humanities Knowledge Community

University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada

17-19 June 2015

 

Conference Registration + one-Year Membership

Early Registration:

Payment Received BEFORE
17 December 2014

Regular Registration:

Payment Received BETWEEN
18 December 2014 -
17 April 2015

Late Registration**:

Payment Received AFTER
17 April 2015

Full Conference Attendance

US$ 450.00 US$ 550.00 US$ 600.00

One Day Only (All Types)

US$ 300.00 US$ 350.00 US$ 400.00

Non-Presenter:
Full Conference

 US$ 300.00 US$ 450.00 US$ 450.00

Student: Full Conference

 US$ 250.00 US$ 300.00 US$ 350.00

Returning Member:
Full Conference
:

Email support@thehumanities.com

US$ 400.00 US$ 400.00 US$ 500.00

Returning Student:
Full Conference

Email support@thehumanities.com

  US$ 200.00 US$ 250.00 US$ 350.00

Group (for 5+ from same institution)

Download Form
Submit to accounts@thehumanities.com

  US$ 400.00 each US$ 450.00 each US$ 500.00 each

Click here for registration type definitions.

                                                   If you wish to request a specific date or time for your presentation, both the request and your registration payment must be made by the regular registration deadline.

** Subject to available space, registrations are welcomed up to the conference start, but please note that presentations scheduled after this date may not appear in the printed program; however, they will be included in the final online program.

Membership Benefits

  • Personal electronic subscription to the complete journal collection for one year (all past and future issues).
  • Personal electronic subscription to the book series for one year.
  • One article submission per year for peer review and possible publication in any of the journals in the collection.
  • Participation as a reviewer in the peer review process and the potential to be listed as an Associate Editor of the journal after reviewing three or more articles.
  • Subscription to the monthly Community email newsletter, containing news and information for and from the knowledge community.
  • Ability to add a video presentation to the Community YouTube channel, whether or not it was presented in person at the conference or is published in the Journal.
  • Access to the Scholar "social knowledge" platform: free use of Scholar as your personal profile and publication portfolio page, as a place to interact with peers and forms communities that avoids the clutter and commercialism of other social media, with optional feeds to Facebook and Twitter.
  • Use Scholar in your classes—for class interactions in its Community space, multimodal student writing in its Creator space, and managing student peer review, assessment, and sharing of published students’ works in its Publisher space. Contact us to request Publisher permissions for Scholar

Conference Registration Benefits

  • Attendance at all conference sessions and presentations, including plenary addresses and parallel sessions (thematic sessions; workshops; poster and roundtable sessions; colloquia).
  • Lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference. Attendance at Welcome Reception and Book Launches (when included in conference events).
  • Presentation of scholarly or practice-grounded work (based on accepted proposal) in a parallel session (excluding Non-Presenter).
  • Citation and Summary of work in printed conference program, and complete abstract included in the online Post-Conference Program (excluding Non-Presenter).

To join the New Directions in the Humanities knowledge community without attending the conference in person, log in here.

Note: Student Community Memberships are not available for 2013 volumes.

If you have difficulty with our online registration system, you may download the membership registration form and send it to accounts@thehumanities.com.

Conference registration includes one year membership of the New Directions in the Humanities knowledge community. If you would prefer to participate in the community by attending the conference, visit the Conference Registration page.

Membership Benefits

  • Personal electronic subscription to the complete journal collection for one year after the conference (all past and future issues).
  • Personal electronic subscription to the book series for one year after the conference.
  • One article submission per year for peer review and possible publication in any of the journals in the collection.
  • Participation as a reviewer in the peer review process and the potential to be listed as an Associate Editor of the journal after reviewing three or more articles.
  • Subscription to the monthly Community email newsletter, containing news and information for and from the knowledge community.
  • Ability to add a video presentation to the Community YouTube channel, whether or not it was presented in person at the Conference or is published in the Journal.
  • Access to the Scholar "social knowledge" platform: free use of Scholar as your personal profile and publication portfolio page, as a place to interact with peers and forms communities that avoids the clutter and commercialism of other social media, with optional feeds to Facebook and Twitter.
  • Use Scholar in your classes—for class interactions in its Community space, multimodal student writing in its Creator space, and managing student peer review, assessment, and sharing of published students’ works in its Publisher space. Contact us to request Publisher permissions for Scholar

Membership Rates

Regular Membership $US 200.00
Student Membership $US 100.00

All community memberships are subject to Common Ground's terms and conditions. Membership payments are non-refundable.

 

Included with all Registrations:

  • Attendance at all conference sessions and presentations, including plenary addresses and parallel sessions (thematic sessions; workshops; poster and roundtable sessions; colloquia).
  • Lunch and coffee breaks on the days of the conference. Attendance at Welcome Reception and Book Launches (when included in conference events).
  • Presentation of scholarly or practice-grounded work (based on accepted proposal) in a parallel session (excluding Non-Presenter).
  • Citation and Summary of work in printed conference program, and complete abstract included in the online Post-Conference Program (excluding Non-Presenter).
  • Membership in the New Directions in the Humanities knowledge community.

Full Conference Attendance

  • Registration for the complete conference, including scheduling in a presentation session.

One-Day Attendance

  • Registration for a single day of the conference, including scheduling in a presentation session.

Non-Presenter: Full Conference

  • Registration for the complete conference that does not include scheduling a presentation session.

Student: Full Conference

  • Registration for the complete conference, including scheduling in a presentation session.
  • Discounted price available only to full-time students.

Returning Member: Full Conference

  • Registration for the complete conference, including scheduling in a presentation session.
  • Discounted price available only to individuals who have previously attended the Humanities Conference.
  • To receive the Alumni rate, contact support@thehumanities.com.

Returning Student: Full Conference

  • Registration for the complete conference, including scheduling in a presentation session.
  • Discounted price available only to full-time students who have previously attended the Humanities Conference.
  • To receive the Alumni rate, contact support@thehumanities.com.

Group Registration (for 5+ from same institution)

  • Registration for the complete conference, including scheduling in a presentation session.
  • Discounted price available to groups of five or more individuals from the same who institution register at the same time.
  • To receive the Group Registration rate, fill out the Group Registration Form and email it to accounts@thehumanities.com.