The Congress Programme

 

The draft congress programme is now available. Please download a copy and check that everything is correct. All corrections must be received by Friday 10 May.

Please search for your contribution or contributions, read it/them carefully, and let us know if there are any errors that need to be corrected. Please note:

  • other than correcting errors, you may not change your title or abstract at this stage;
  • italics will be added to the final version. You do not need to tell us about titles that need italics;
  • the programme is completely full. We cannot now move your paper or panel to another slot unless we have accidentally scheduled you to appear in two panels at the same time;
  • we have made every effort to schedule panels on similar themes at different times. With an average of 33 panels per session, however, it is inevitable that sometimes panels on similar themes will be scheduled at the same time. We cannot now reschedule panels to avoid such clashes;
  • many panels still require chairs. If you see a panel or panels you would like to chair, please let us know.

Please ensure that any corrections reach us no later than Friday 10 May.

 

Outline Programme

 

Sunday 14 July

3.00 pm–7.00 pm: Registration in McEwan Hall
4.00 pm–5.30 pm: ISECS EC meeting in The Project Room (Room 1.06), 50 George Square (ISECS EC members only).
6.00 pm–7.00 pm: Welcoming Reception in McEwan Hall

 

Monday 15 July

8.00 am–6.30 pm: Registration in McEwan Hall
9.00 am: Opening ceremony and Plenary 1 in McEwan Hall
10.30 am: Coffee break in McEwan Hall
11.00 am: Session 1 (90 minutes)
12.30 pm: Lunch
2.00 pm: Session 2 (105 minutes)
3.45 pm: Coffee break in McEwan Hall and Appleton Concourse
4.15 pm: Session 3 (105 minutes)
6.00 pm: Close
6.30 pm: Grand Reception at the National Museum of Scotland

 

Tuesday 16 July

7.00 am–7.30 pm: Registration in McEwan Hall
8.00 am: Session 4 (90 minutes)
9.30 am: Coffee break in McEwan Hall and Appleton Concourse
10.00 am: Session 5 (105 minutes)
11.45 am: Transit break
12.00 pm: Plenary 2 in McEwan Hall
1.00 pm: Lunch
2.30 pm: Session 6 (90 minutes)
4.00 pm: Coffee break in McEwan Hall and Appleton Concourse
4.30 pm: Session 7 (90 minutes)
6.00 pm: Close
6.30 pm: Voltaire Foundation Launch of launch of Oxford University Studies in the Enlightenment Online in McEwan Hall (numbers limited to 400)
7.30 pm: Concert in McEwan Hall

 

Wednesday 17 July

7.30 am–1.00 pm: Registration in McEwan Hall
8.00 am: Session 8 (90 Minutes)
9.30 am: Transit Break
9.45 am: ISECS General Assembly in the McEwan Hall (coffee will be served)
11.30 am: Plenary 3 in McEwan Hall
12.30 pm: depart for excursions (Detailed information about events and excursions)
1.00 pm: Excursion buses leave

 

Thursday 18 July

7.00 am–7.30 pm: Registration in McEwan Hall
8.00 am: Session 9 (90 minutes)
9.30 am: Coffee break in McEwan Hall and Appleton Concourse
10.00 am: Session 10 (90 minutes)
11.30 am: Transit break
11.45 am: Plenary 4 in McEwan Hall
1.00 pm: Lunch
2.30 pm: Session 11 (105 minutes)
4.15 pm: Coffee break in McEwan Hall and Appleton Concourse
4.45 pm: Session 12 (105 minutes)
6.30 pm: Close
7.00 pm: Ceilidh and Gala Buffet Dinner at the Assembly Rooms.

 

Friday 19 July

9.00 am–5.00 pm: Registration in McEwan Hall
9.00 am: Session 13 (90 minutes)
10.30 am: Coffee break in McEwan Hall and Appleton Concourse
11.00 am: Session 14 (90 minutes)
12.30 pm: Lunch (all delegates) and ISECS Executive Committee Meeting (ISECS EC Members only)
2.00 pm: Session 15 (105 minutes)
3.45 pm: coffee break (McEwan Hall only)
4.15 pm: Plenary 5 in McEwan Hall
5.15 pm: Closing ceremony and presentation of Rome 2023
5.30 pm: Close

 

 

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