General Information

The Sixth Postgraduate Conference in Conflict Archaeology is open to the public and anyone with an interest in the papers being presented may register to attend. For a full overview of the weekend’s activities please see our Programme.

Acquiring Tickets

You can register for the conference on our Eventbrite page by using the link below. Delegates may purchase tickets for a single day at a cost of £10, or for the whole weekend for £20. This price covers the costs of supplying and tea, coffee and biscuits for delegates during the event.

Lunch is not provided with the conference. However the Kelvin Hall has its own in-house café and there are a variety of other cafés, restaurants and supermarkets within two to three minutes walk of the venue.

Delegates may also reserve a place for the conference dinner, which will take place on the evening of Saturday 19th of October (Further details to follow).

Students wishing to attend the conference may qualify for the George D. Pope Memorial Travel Award, which would waive the Conference Fee and provide £100 towards travel and accommodation in Glasgow. For more information and how apply see our Funding Page.

Register on Eventbrite Here

Getting Here

The conference will be held in the rooms of The University of Glasgow Conference Suit. Part of The Hunterian Collections & Study Centre, which is next to the National Library of Scotland’s Moving Image Archive on the ground floor of the newly refurbished Kelvin Hall. The Kelvinhall is set in the heart of Glasgow’s West End and is easily reachable both by car and by public transport. Directions to the Kelvin Hall can be found on their website below:

Visit Us – Kelvin Hall

University Campus Map

Below you can download a map of the University of Glasgow Campus. The Kelvin Hall is on the corner of Dumbarton Road and Bunhouse Road identified as point C14.