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REGISTRATION FOR ROLES 2017 IS NOW OPEN!!

To register for the 7th Annual ROLES: A Sexuality & Gender Forum conference on 18th May 2017, please fill out this form.

Registration is free and includes lunch, refreshments and a wine reception. Registration on the day from 9am.

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[Image Description: Poster for Roles 7th Annual Conference.

Text on the left side in red and black reads:
“ROLES: A Sexuality & Gender Forum 2017
7th Annual Conference

Call For Papers: We invite you to submit abstracts related to any and all aspects of the study of Sexuality and Gender

250 word abstract & 50 word bio

Submission to rolessexualitygender@gmail.com by Saturday 11th March 2017”

Image on right side depicts a monochrome photograph of Marsha P Johnson and Sylvia Rivera at the Stonewall Riot Police Line, with large red roses and small gold stars edited in around and above the picture of them.

Text at the bottom in white and black writing on a red box reads: “18th May 2017
Gisbert Kapp Building, University of Birmingham

This is a free event and we will strive to make this conference fully accessible. We will have facilities for wheelchair access and rest spaces. Please contact us if you have any questions or further access requirements. There will be live tweeting of the event.”

Text at bottom in white writing on a black box reads:
“facebook.com/rolesforum
Tweet @groles
groles.wordpress.com”]

Directions to the conference venue

The Roles 2014 Sexuality and Gender Conference is to be held in the Strathcona Building, with Registration and refreshment breaks in the Ashley Building foyer and G22. These buildings are opposite one another and located at the University of Birmingham’s Edgbaston campus.  A map of campus can be obtained by clicking the following link: Edgbaston map.  Strathcona is to be found at R18 and Ashley at R17.

Travel & Accommodation

Getting to the University of Birmingham:

Buses

The following bus services from Birmingham city centre will bring you to the University: no. 21, 44, 61, 62 & 63. There is a travel information office within New Street Station, where you can obtain bus timetables and departure point information.

Trains

Most cross-country services to Birmingham arrive at New Street Station.  Up to six trains an hour depart for the University on the cross-city line (ten minutes to University station, final destination Longbridge or Redditch).

Taxi

There are taxi ranks at New Street Station and throughout the city centre.  The journey to the University takes about ten minutes.

Car

Approaching from the north west or south east along the M6:

Leave at Junction 6 (signposted Birmingham Central) to join the A38(M)

At the end of the motorway, keep to the right, go over a flyover, then through some underpasses to join the A38 Bristol Road

The University is on your right, two and a half miles from the city centre.

Approaching from the M42 north:

Leave at Junction 8 to join the M6 northbound and follow the instructions above.

Approaching from the south west:

Leave the M5 at Junction 4 signposted Birmingham SW to join the A38

The University is approximately eight miles from the motorway.

Approaching from the M40:

It is easier to turn south on the M42 and leave at Junction 1, heading north on the A38 Bristol Road

The University is approximately eight miles from the motorway.

Accommodation close to the university:

Awentsbury Hotel, 21 Serpentine Road, Selly Park, Birmingham B29 7HU

Tel (+44)0121 472 1258

A 5 minute walk from the university.

Kensington Hotel, 785 Pershore Road, Selly Park, Birmingham, B29 7LR

Tel: (+44)0121 472 8216

Located around a 10 minute walk from the university.

Ibis Budget Birmingham Centre, 1 Great Colmore Street, Birmingham, B15 2AP

Tel: (+44)0121 622 7575

Situated along the main bus route (bus no. 61, 62 & 63) to the University of Birmingham, this hotel is a 10 minute walk from Birmingham New Street Train station.

 

 

 

Register for Roles 2014 Sexuality and Gender Conference

 

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We will do everything in our power to ensure that this conference is free of charge, however, as we are still waiting to hear back from potential sources of funding, it is possible that we may need to charge a fee on the day after all.

We will let registered delegates know as soon as possible if this turns out to be the case.

 

The conference fee will not exceed £15, and we hope will turn out to be £0!

 

Registration on the day will start at 9am — more details to follow.

Still accepting submissions for the Roles Conference

We’ve had lots of really interesting abstracts for the conference – thanks to everyone who has submitted a proposal so far. The deadline has been extended until 1st April and we will be confirming accepted papers on 4th April. 250-word abstracts on any aspects of sexuality and gender research should be sent to rolessexualitygender@gmail.com along with a 50-word bio.

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