Bute Building, Cardiff University – location of
the Martial Arts Studies Conference
So, you want to go to the Martial Arts Studies Conference at Cardiff University from 10-12 June? That’s great! However, time is running out, so here’s your check-list of key things to do:
Everything you need to know about the conference should have an answer here:www.mastudiesrn.org If you can’t find the answer to your question, email the organiser:BowmanP@cardiff.ac.uk
The key thing to do first is to register. There are a range of registration options, depending on whether you want to attend for the full conference, or just one day, or a combination, and also depending on whether you are a student, or staff, etc.
- Full three-day registration options are here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/martial-arts-studies-conference-tickets-15418310582
- Wednesday only registration is here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/professor-stephen-chan-obe-and-drinks-reception-tickets-16674422647?aff=es2
- Thursday only registration is here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/thursday-martial-arts-studies-including-two-keynotes-tickets-16674753637?aff=es2
- Friday only registration is here: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/professor-meaghan-morris-at-the-martial-arts-studies-conference-tickets-16674977306?aff=es2
Unfortunately, Cardiff University can’t provide accommodation, so check out our advice about accommodation here: www.mastudiesrn.org
Food, drink and socialising
Refreshments and lunch will be provided throughout the days of the conference. As well as standard tea and coffee options, we are delighted to announce that Lishi Tea will be providing a range of fine Chinese teas.
On the first day, there will be a wine reception after our opening keynote (Professor Stephen Chan) on Wednesday 10th. This reception is in part sponsored by the publisher Rowman and Littlefield International, who are also having a book launch at that time. (If you want to buy Martial Arts Studies by Paul Bowman at a significant discount, order it here and collect it at the conference.)
After the first full day of panels and keynotes (Dr Ben Judkins and Professor D. S. Farrer), Thursday evening sees our first conference dinner – at Cardiff’s finest Spanish restaurant, La Bodega – a gorgeous venue, ideal for informal socialising whilst enjoying the most delicious tapas you can get. You need to register for this meal here:
After our closing keynote on Friday (Professor Meaghan Morris), Friday evening’s conference dinner takes place in Cardiff University’s elegant Aberdare Hall. You must register for this conference dinner here: