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REGISTRATION

Registration and Programme Outline
Registration for James Joyce: Ulysses 1922–2022 is now open

Fees
Early (until April 16)
Regular: €200
Concession: €100

Regular (from April 17)
Regular: €250
Concession: €125

Bloomsday banquet
Regular: €100
Concession: €50

The concession fee is for students and for unemployed academics and academics employed part-time.

The registration fee includes lunch on Monday–Wednesday and Friday–Saturday.

To register:

1) Download this form, fill it out, and email to Ulysses100@tcd.ie. (Please note: this email address is only for registration; the academic committee has a separate email address, which is for paper/panel proposals: dublinjoyce2022@gmail.com.)

2) Pay with the following buttons:

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Bloomsday banquet
The Bloomsday banquet is not included in the registration fee. You can register for the banquet separately but if possible please register for it at the same time as you register for the conference. The banquet will be held at the O'Reilly Hall on the UCD campus, which is easily accessible from Trinity College and downtown Dublin. The banquet will run from 19.00–22.00 on Thursday 16 June. Please not the capacity is limited to 170 and seating will be made available on a first-come, first-serve basis. The charge is €100 regular and €50 concession.

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Attendee Name
Attendee Email

International James Joyce Foundation Membership
Delegates are reminded that everyone who presents at the conference is required to be a paid-up member of the IJJF for 2022. Membership can be obtained/renewed here:

https://joycefoundation.utulsa.edu/foundation/membership/

Data Protection
Related to conditions for some of the funding received to support the conference, we are also asking delegates to provide their consent to be added to a couple of mailing lists (for Trinity College Dublin’s Dean of Research office, to be passed on to the QS university rankings service, and for Fáilte Ireland, to verify that foreign delegates attended the conference). If you wish not to be added to these lists, please do let us know.

Dignity and Respect
In order to uphold a collegial atmosphere for intellectual discussion, the organisers of this conference maintain a zero-tolerance policy for harassment of any kind, including bullying and sexual harassment. This policy applies to all participants of this conference. We will adhere to Trinity College’s policy on dignity and respect, which provides clear and cogent definitions of harassment and which can be found here:

https://www.tcd.ie/equality/assets/docs/dignity-and-respect.pdf

If you would like to report an incident of harassment, please approach one of the conference organisers; alternatively, you can also contact Ken O’Doherty from Trinity College employee relations, who is trained to handle such complaints: 01 896 3328 or kodoher@tcd.ie

Withdrawals
If you need to withdraw from presenting at the conference for any reason, do please let us know as early as possible. The conference organizers will endeavour to refund those who withdrawal prior to 12 May (minus the transaction fees incurred). After this date, no refunds can be guaranteed. 

Travel Insurance
Because of continuing uncertainties regarding Covid-19, we recommend that participants buy travel insurance to cover things like missed or cancelled flights and so on.

Kind Regards,
James Joyce: Ulysses 1922–2022 Organising Committee

 

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