Sex, science, and censorship in the 19th and 20th centuries – practical information

Date and Venue:

The conference takes place at the Carmen de la Victoria, Granada, Spain on Monday 17th and Tuesday 18th February 2020. Please click here for a link to the Carmen on Google Maps.

For Speakers:

We would like to remind you that we invite you to submit a short paper (up to 2000 words) by Friday 24th January 2020. At the conference you will have 10-15 minute for your paper, giving plenty of time for group discussion. Please either upload your paper to this Dropbox folder or email Jen Grove (j.e.grove@exeter.ac.uk) and we will add to the folder. Please let Jen know if you have trouble accessing the Dropbox.

For poster presenters:

If you would like to arrange for your poster to be printed locally in Granada, please submit your files for printing in Pdf format by 10 February to ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com. The size will be A1 and we will cover the cost of printing.

For all delegates:

Short versions of the conference papers will be available to read in this Dropbox folder from Friday 24th January 2020.

Dietary requirements:

If you have not already please send through any dietary requirements including vegetarian and vegan to ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com

Access: If you have not already please send through any access requirements to ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com

Conference Dinner 8pm 17th February:  If you do not wish to attend the dinner or you would like to bring another person(s) with you to dinner, please email ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com  We have booked the tasting menu at the vegan restaurant El Piano in Granada (https://www.tripadvisor.es/Restaurant_Review-g187441-d10723576-Reviews-El_Piano_Granada-Granada_Province_of_Granada_Andalucia.html

Dinner on 15th February: For those that would like to, we will meet for dinner on Sunday 15th February at the restaurant at the Carmen (the accommodation most are you are staying in). If you are not staying at the Carmen but would like to join us please email ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com 

Alhambra visit: There is an optional (self-funded) guided tour to the Alhambra (in Granada) in the afternoon of the Tuesday 18th at 3-6pm. Our guide is a qualified art historian and we are sure you will enjoy the tour with her.

If you have signed up for the trip you should have received a Paypal request from ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com for 23,10 euros per person (14 euros for the ticket and 9,10 euros which is the guide’s fee and equipment rental proportion calculated on the basis of 24 participants). Please complete the transfer before January 31 so that your ticket is guaranteed. You will have to pay additionally for the public transport or taxi to get to the Alhambra (c. 1-2 euros per person).

For those who requested more than one ticket, please email the name of the other people coming on the tour to ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com

Accommodation: We should have been in touch with delegates about booking university accommodation for the conference. Outstanding payments can be paid on arrival by cash or card.

Travel:

Please click here for a link to the Carmen on Google Maps.

To confirm, everyone attending the conference needs to cover their own travel, unless you are receiving a conference bursary.

For many locations it is easier to fly to Malaga. There are direct buses from Malaga Airport to Granada and return several times a day and the cost is very reasonable. The bus company website is here. Alternatively you can go to Malaga train station (by train or bus from the airport) and take the bus to Granada from there.

For travel within Granada, there are local buses and taxis are also reasonably priced.

Conference Fee:

Speakers are not charged a fee. If you are paying a conference fee we will be in touch to organise payment.

For any queries about fees, travel, accommodation, food or local questions please contact our local organising team via our colleague Agata Ignaciuk (ignaciuk.agata@gmail.com).