28 January 2010

Narrative & Memory Research Group 10th Annual Conference

Narrative, Memory and Investigation

Keynote speaker :

Professor David Canter

(Director- International Research Centre for Investigative Psychology, University of Huddersfield)

"Personal Narratives of Crime"

Abstracts and Programme of events

Abstracts of no more than 250 words by e-mail only (Word.doc or .rtf please) to conference.presentations02@hud.ac.uk Deadline for abstracts to be submitted is Friday, 12th March 2010. Further details will be circulated later.

About the Conference

The Narrative and Memory Research Group's tenth annual conference entitled 'Narrative, Memory and Investigation' will be held at the University on Saturday, 17th April 2010.

Call for papers

Submissions for papers are requested for the above day conference. Each session will comprise of 25 minutes for the presentation of the papers with 5 minutes for questions

Details on the Conferences and other information on the Group can be found on the Group's website at http://www2.hud.ac.uk/hhs/nme/index.php

About the venue

Huddersfield is the largest town in Britain and nestles at the foot of the Pennines. This former heavy woollen industry town combines urban and rural with its vibrant town centre and sprawl of satellite villages. The town offers a wide range of attractive and conveniently located accommodation. Huddersfield is close to junctions for the M1 and M62, and in easy reach of junctions for the A1 and M6. It is linked by direct rail services for Manchester, Leeds and Wakefield for regular London services. There are direct rail links to Manchester Airport, and Leeds/Bradford Airport is close by.

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