The British Aphasiology Society (BAS) is pleased to announce that the Therapy Symposium 2022 will be hosted by the Division of Language and Communication Science at City, University of London.
The event will be held online on 1st and 2nd September 2022. Please note this event will take place online via Zoom. Attendees will need to have a Zoom account to access the webinar, a free Zoom account can be set up at registration.
The Symposium offers the opportunity to learn about clinically relevant research in a variety of formats including posters, lightning talks, standard and longer presentations, then latter allowing more detailed discussion of new aphasia treatments. Online discussion will be actively encouraged and supported.
Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th July 2022.
This conference is aimed at extending and advancing knowledge on music in the history of universities, contributing to current issues and debates, and to prospectively theorizing its transformation and social impact.
Full conference (Full Price) - £100
In 2022, the 27th Annual Dickens Society Symposium will take place in London. Hosted by City, University of London, in collaboration with the Charles Dickens Museum, and taking place in the heart of Dickens’s London, the Symposium seeks to explore what Dickens means to so many people across the world and why he has meant so much to diverse publics over time.
Social activities include a welcome reception at the Charles Dickens Museum, a talk by Alex Werner (Curator of The New Museum of London), an evening dinner at The Crypt Bleeding Heart and a guided walk around Dickens's London.
Friday 8th July 2022