Registration

Registration for the conference has now closed. 

Please note that in-person delegate rates also include access to live online panels, and to the repository of recordings of in-person panels.

BAAS members are eligible for reduced rates - please click here to find out more about joining BAAS.

Please email baas2022@hull.ac.uk with any queries about registration. We have compiled some accommodation recommendations and guidance for getting to Hull

We hope in-person delegates will join us for dinner at the Guildhall on Friday, April 22nd. Find out more about menu options here

If you are a school/college teacher interested in attending the conference or bringing students to campus, please email baas2022@hull.ac.uk for more information.

 

Cancellation Policy

Delegates are entitled to a full refund of the registration fee if they cancel by no later than Friday, April 1st. Delegates are entitled to a 50% refund of their registration fee if they cancel between April 2nd and April 12th. Thereafter, refunds will only be processed in the event of an unavoidable and total cancellation of the in-person event, or, in the case of international delegates, where government restrictions are imposed on travel in either direction after the April 1st cut-off date. 

Delegates booking accommodation and travel independently are advised to check the terms and conditions of those bookings carefully, and are advised to purchase suitable travel insurance, as BAAS and the University of Hull cannot be held liable for external partners.  

The organisers will endeavour to confirm the viability of the conference no later than April 1st. Should the conference only be able to proceed online, in-person delegates will be offered either a full refund, or an online ticket (with the balance to be refunded in full). 

As we are all aware, the situation with Covid is ever-changing and we will keep the website updated in line with government regulations as necessary. 

 

EEASA

The European Association for Early American Studies will host a two-day symposium at the Wilberforce Institute, Hull, on April 20th-21st, and we hope delegates working on early and colonial America and histories of slavery will consider registering for the EEASA symposium, too.