Last chance for registration!

There are just ten days remaining to secure your place at the Brave New Worlds conference – registration is open until 22nd April. Please see the Conference Programme tab for the latest draft of the programme, and please navigate around the site for further information including travel and venue information. There is a conference dinner […]

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Draft Programme Published

We are excited to share our Draft Programme and invite registration from non-speaking delegates! You can view the Programme here, on the page entitled ‘Conference Programme’. I hope you will agree that this is a fascinating collection of panels and it promises to be a stimulating two day event, examining the dystopic in literary and […]

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Registration now open!

If you would like to attend the conference you may now book your place via our online webstore (link below). The pricing structure is as follows: Student: £10 for a single day (either day); £15 for both days Staff: £20 for a single day; £25 for both days The cost covers some food and refreshments […]

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Conference Extended!

Happy New Year from the Brave New Worlds team! After a restful Christmas period we are back and we bring good news! After the great response to our call for papers, we could not resist the opportunity to extend the conference in order to include more speakers. We are currently in the process of contacting […]

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Last call for Abstracts!

Christmas may be just around the corner but first things first, today sees the submission deadline for proposed abstracts for the Brave New Worlds dystopian fiction conference. There has been a flurry of activity in the Brave New Worlds camp over the weekend as the last minute influx of abstracts are collected and reviewed, and […]

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We are delighted to present our keynote speaker, Professor Andzrej Gasiorek from the University of Birmingham. Professor Gasiorek is Head of English at Birmingham and a modern and contemporary literature specialist. He has written extensively on Ford Madox Ford, Wyndham Lewis, and Joseph Conrad, and on dystopian authors including George Orwell and JG Ballard. He […]

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The last couple of weeks have been a whirlwind of activity in the Brave New Worlds camp as the Call for Papers has been published and we have begun to spread word of the conference far and wide. A venue has been booked, budgets have been agreed and all that remains is for us to […]

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