Interrogating Global Nuclear Order Conference now open for registration

Registration is now open for the fourth annual BISA Global Nuclear Order working group conference: “Interrogating Global Nuclear Order: Methods, Theory and Praxis” at Kings College London on 8th and 9th September.

The excellent schedule can be found here: BISA_Nuclear_Order_Working_Group_Fourth_Annual_Conference programme

We hope you will be able to join us in London; if you wish to attend, please email Pippa Aitken at philippa.aitken@kcl.ac.uk by Monday 29 August. Please indicate what day or days you will attend as well as if you wish to join us for the pay-your-own-way dinner on Thursday, so that we can make appropriate catering arrangements. (Please also let Pippa know if you have any dietary requirements.)

For those looking for accommodation options in London, we may be able to block book some hotel rooms at the Strand Palace Hotel. Depending on availability,  if we do this you might get a slight discount; the price of rooms could run from £130-£180.  If you are interested in this, please contact Jessica Marcos at jessica.marcos@kcl.ac.uk for further details.

Alternatively, you can book yourself at the Travel Lodge in Covent Garden; this tends to be less expensive than the Strand Palace Hotel. KCL also offers its student accommodation as a B and B option over the summer. See https://webbandb.kcl.ac.uk/. You can book this directly, and it will be significantly cheaper than other central London options.

We are hoping to see you all in London in September.

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