We are pleased to announce the details of our annual conference for 2013. It will take place in Llandrindod Wells, Wales, from 12-15 September. The conference themes are Water, Borderlands, and Vernacular Architecture. The conference venue and hotel is the Hotel Metropole, Temple Street, Llandrindod Wells, Powys, LD1 5DY. Further details are available through the […]
We are pleased to announce the annual conference for 2012. It will take place from 13-16 September 2012. The themes will be the city: its industry, its ethnic groups and its culture. Every city is unique, and our 2012 conference is intended to explore Manchester’s uniqueness. Its rise and wealth in the Victorian period was […]
We are pleased to announce details of the annual conference for 2011. It will be held from 8-11 September 2011. It will be held at Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The conference theme will be Links: Geographical, Economic, Social and Cultural. The conference hotel is The Vermont, Castle Garth, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1RQ. Telephone: 0191 […]
We are pleased to announce our 2010 annual conference. This will take place at West Dean, Sussex, England, from 16-19 September. The conference theme will be Interpreting Agriculture and Rural Life. Further details are available on the Conference programme 2010.
We are pleased to announce our conference in 2009. It will take place on the Isle of Man from 17-20 September. The theme of the conference is Selling the Folk: Tourism and the marketing of folk culture over 200 years. Based at the Rutland Hotel on Douglas Promenade and at the Manx Museum, the programme […]
We are pleased to announce the conference for 2008. It will take place on 18-21 September at Killarney, Republic of Ireland. The themes of the conference are Lakeland Culture, and Recording Change. Further details are available through the Conference programme 2008.
We are pleased to announce the conference for 2007. It will take place on 13-17 September in Swansea, Wales. The themes of the conference are Humanising Industrial History and International Trade and Local Identity. This year’s conference will be hosted by the new National Waterfront Museum in the city’s historic maritime quarter. Accommodation will be […]
We are pleased to announce the conference in 2005. It will take place at Melrose, Scotland, from 15-18 September. Further details of the conference are available in the Conference programme 2005.
We are pleased to announce our conference for 2004. It will take place from 16-19 September at Manoir de Kernault, Mellac, Brittany, France. The theme for the conference is Shaping the future: constructive interpretations of heritage. Further details of the programme are available from the Conference programme 2004.
We are pleased to announce that the 2003 annual conference will be held on 11-14 September 2003 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The theme will be ethnicity and identity. Further details can be found in the Conference programme 2003.