The Society for Textual Scholarship’s 20th International Interdisciplinary Conference will be held from April 14-16, 2016, at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada.
All prices are in US dollars. Payment is accepted either via credit card (choose the Paypal option in the pull-down menu) or by check (sent to Treasurer Gabrielle Dean at the address provided below). We can accept checks–and checks only–for on-site registration in Ottawa. So please do register before you arrive!
Registration for the conference is a three-step process.
You must be a member of the Society for Textual Scholarship in order to present at the annual conference. Click on the “Membership Information” link above to become a member.
Next, please register for the Society of Textual Scholarship conference by filling out the registration information form below. If you are registering on behalf of another person or persons, please indicate registrant names, institutions (if applicable) AND addresses in the comment box below. There is an optional dinner banquet for an added cost; if you would like to attend, please indicate whether or not you would prefer a vegetarian meal in the drop-down menu below. Click “Submit” when you have provided the required information for our records.
Choose one of the green PayPal buttons to pay your registration fee. Registration is $150 for faculty and $75 for graduate students, retirees, and adjunct faculty. The optional dinner banquet is $40. If you would like to attend the banquet choose one of the fee + banquet options below for payment.
If you need to pay by wire, please contact us for instructions.
Choose one of the PayPal links below to pay for your registration:
To pay by check, please send the information above and a check made out to the SOCIETY FOR TEXTUAL SCHOLARSHIP to this address:
Treasurer, Society for Textual Scholarship
c/o The Sheridan Libraries
Johns Hopkins University
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore MD 21218
Lord Elgin Hotel
100 Elgin St
Ottawa, ON K1P 5K8
Phone: +1 613-235-3333
For additional information, contact program chairs Sarah Brouillette and/or Travis DeCook: