Edinburgh

MAIN CONFERENCE 1 – 4 JULY 2014

NEW RESEARCHERS’ COLLOQUIUM 30 JUNE – 1 JULY 2014. Bursaries available here

CALL FOR PAPERS: ABSTRACT DEADLINE 28 FEBRUARY 2014

Conference theme

Since ENHR was last in Scotland 20 years ago, much has changed. Scotland has regained its own Parliament and has adopted the strongest legal framework for homeless people in the world. In September 2014 Scotland will hold a referendum on independence – sparking a debate that is central to the theme of the conference: Beyond Globalisation: remaking housing policy in a complex world.

 Plenaries

For the first time the conference plenaries are genuinely interdisciplinary in approach and are organised around the themes of people, place, money, and home. Confirmed speakers include:

·         Catherine Paquete, expert on Latin American housing

·         Katrin Grossman, specialist on regeneration

·         Leonard Seabrooke, co-author of Varieties of Residential Capitalism

·         David Miles, member of the Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee

·         Volker Busch-Geertsema and Beth Watts, homelessness experts

·         Irene Cieraad, anthropologist and specialist in architectural design.

 

Fieldtrips

Planned fieldtrips include:

·         Architectural tour of Edinburgh’s Old and New Towns

·         Regeneration in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city

·         New Lanark mill village and World Heritage Site

  • Culture Led Regeneration in Dundee

·         “Regeneration Back from the Edge” – peripheral Edinburgh by canal

 

Workshops

As usual, ENHR offers more than 20 specialist workshops, so your paper will be discussed by experts in your field.

 

New Researchers’ Colloquium (30 June and 1 July)

The main conference is preceded by the New Researchers’ Colloquium which gives PhD students and early career researchers the opportunity to present full papers, outline methods, or work in progress in a supportive environment and to receive feedback from mentors. The Colloquium will include special sessions tailored to new housing researchers, including a session on early career publication strategies.

Social programme

Our social programme includes a reception at the National Museum of Scotland and the Conference Dinner at Dynamic Earth.

 

Register your Abstract now

To register an abstract for the Conference or for the New Researchers’ Colloquium click here.

 

Fees

Registration fees are:

·         ENHR Members: £300 until 30 April (£375 from 1 May)

·         Non ENHR Members: £370 until 30 April (£460 from 1 May)

·         Student fee: £150 until 30 April (£180 from 1 May)

·         Accompanying person: £120 until 30 April (£150 from 1 May)

 

Please register for the Conference or the New Researchers’ Colloquium using the Eventbrite link from the Registration page. Once you have selected your ticket type and entered your contact details, you will be prompted to indicate if you are attending the New Researcher’s Colloquium and/or the main conference.

 

Key dates

The key dates are:

Deadline for Abstracts:  28 February 2014

Deadline for Papers:     30 May 2014

 

 

For Twitter users, the hashtag for the conference is #ENHR2014

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