Conference Programme and Registration

The preliminary programme for the Crisis and Social Change conference (Sep 26-27, 2014) at the Department of Sociology, Univeristy of Cambridge, has now been published.

Registration for both days is free. To sign up, please follow the eventbrite link below:

http://www.eventbrite.com/e/crisis-and-social-change-towards-alternative-horizons-tickets-12800942965

For those of you planning to spend a night or two in Cambridge, or travelling from abroad, please take a minute to read the information below.

Accommodation

There are plenty of hotels to choose from in Camrbridge but it gets quite busy towards the end of September so booking now is highly advised.

For a cheaper and more authentic Cambridge experience, the committee recommends staying at one the 31 colleges in Cambridge. These can be booked through University Rooms: http://www.universityrooms.com/en/city/cambridge/home [2]

Travel

The airport nearest Cambridge is Stansted where many low-cost airlines fly. It takes just 30 minutes to arrive from the Airport to Cambridge by train. For those of you arriving on international flights at London Gatwick or London Heathrow there are two options to get to Cambridge. One is to take the train from London Kings Cross or London Liverpool Street which takes approximately an hour. The other is to book a bus on National Express: http://www.nationalexpress.com/home.aspx [3]

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to Cambridge and the Department of Sociology for what promises to be a unique and stimulating event.

CSC 2014 Conference Organizing Committee

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