Programme and Fees: ‘Local Communisms’, 1917-89
First Annual Conference of the Journal Twentieth Century Communism
Venue: University of Glamorgan (South Wales, UK)
Date: Thursday 30th June and Friday 1st July 2011
The study of communist parties globally has, perhaps inevitably, always involved finding a balance between overarching relationships with Moscow and the specific influences of a diversity of local environments in which the individual parties functioned. While recognising the importance of the former, this conference aims to address the extent to which national and sub-nation political, social and cultural traditions and developments, crises and continuities shaped the character of ‘world communism’.
The conference programme can now be downloaded here. (Updated May 27th.)
Please register to attend the conference at our online form.
The conference fee, payable by all speakers and attendees, will be as follows:
For academic and others in employment, the fee is £20.00 for one day and £35.00 for both. The registration fee covers afternoon coffees/tea and biscuits. Lunch is charged separately at £9.50 a head.
For postgraduates, the fee is £10.00 for one day or £20.00 for both. Lunch is charged separately at £9.50 a head.
See map for the route from Cardiff Queen Street Railway Station to the Atrium.
Download further details of travel and accommodation here.
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Contact: Lois Thomas (Conference Co-ordinator) (firstname.lastname@example.org) / Dr Norry LaPorte (email@example.com).