International Courtly Literature Society

International Courtly Literature Society

ICLS Programme (British Branch of the Courtly Literature Society) British Branch of the International Courtly Literature Society (ICLS)

University of Exeter, Monday 14th and Tuesday 15th April, 2014

The next meeting of the British Branch of the International Courtly Literature Society will take place on 14th/15th April 2014 at the University of Exeter, hosted by Dr Emma Cayley and Dr Thomas Hinton (Dept of Modern Languages: French) http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/modernlanguages/


For those who are able to stay on Tuesday afternoon, a tour of Exeter Cathedral and the historic medieval centre of Exeter is planned. We will see the famous tenth-century Exeter Book (Codex Exoniensis) and other treasures of the Cathedral Library. http://www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk/

The conference will run from approx 11am on Monday 14th April to 2pm on Tuesday 15th April. All sessions will take place in the Margaret Rooms, located in the well-equipped Queen’s Building on the lovely Streatham Campus.
http://www.exeter.ac.uk/visit/directions/googlestreathammap/

B&B accommodation will be available for all delegates at the very comfortable Holland Hall, just a five to ten-minute walk from Queen’s Building on both Sunday and Monday nights if required. All rooms are en-suite with double beds, and many have unparalleled views over the Exwick Hills. Parking is available for residents. http://www.exeter.ac.uk/eventexeter/ourvenues/hollandhall/

Rates (approx):

Non-residential: Standard, £120; PG/unwaged, £95.
Residential (incl. Monday night B&B and Dinner at Holland Hall: Standard £200; PG/unwaged, £175.
Extra night B&B on Sunday available at £45 for single occupancy.  Double occupancy available for all B&B bookings.
Monday dinner at Holland Hall for non-residents: £35
Day delegate: Standard £65; PG/unwaged, £50.
All rates include tea/coffee/biscuits and buffet lunches.

Please book online .

Details of the ICLS Programme (British Branch of the Courtly Literature Society) ICLS Programme (British Branch of the Courtly Literature Society)re available‌

Further information about the Society is available from both the British Branch website: http://icls.group.shef.ac.uk/index.shtml and the International website http://www.clas.ufl.edu/icls/index.htm