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CAMUS CONFERENCE | 2014

Camus conference 2013

LONDON, 13 NOV - 14 NOV

9.30am - 5.30pm

  • 2 day conference
  • International speakers

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Formerly the Journal of the Albert Camus Society, the JCS is published annually and is available in print or as an ebook. For more information on purchasing or contributing visit the Camus Journal page.

The Albert Camus Society Conference 2014

The 7th Annual Camus Society Conference will take place on Thursday November 13th and Friday November 14th in London between 9.30am and 5.30pm.

There are NO tickets remaining for the 2014 Conference.

Remaining ticket(s):

THURS sold out!

FRI sold out!

The full programme for THIS YEAR CAN BE FOUND HERE and you can also read the ABSTRACTS for each talk.

Camus experts from the UK, USA and Europe will be attending with ten speakers in the line-up. The meeting hall is located in Central London, near The British Museum.

Getting to the conference

The conference will take place in the Swedenborg Society building. The nearest tube station is Holborn. It should take around 5mins to walk from the station to the Swedenborg building. For those unfamiliar with this area of London, here is a pictorial guide to getting to the meeting from Holborn station.

Walk out of Holborn Station and turn right. You can see a Costa coffee shop before you cross the road.

As soon as you are across the road turn right, on the other side of the road is the Metro Bank. Cross the road here.

Once across the road, turn right and walk down the street until you get to Sicilian Avenue.

Here is Sicilian Avenue. You are going to cut through the avenue.

Once you are through Sicilian Avenue turn left and walk down the street.

Here you are, it's the Swedenborg building. Enter the shop and tell them that you are here for the Camus Society conference.

 

By Simon Lea | 2014