The 64th Annual Catholic Record Society Conference takes place 11th-13th July at Bar Convent in York, UK and online. We have speakers from around the world speaking on diverse topics across British and Irish Catholic Studies, including lay and religious Catholic women's history; material culture; colonialism and imperialism; Catholic missions; and the intersection of Catholicism and the political state.
Maria Power (Blackfriars Hall, Oxford University)
Kieran Taylor (University of Stirling, UK)
Muiris MacGiollabhuí (Purdue University, USA)
Tickets and the full program of speakers can be accessed here: crs.org.uk/conferences
We are down to the last fifteen tickets for in person attendance! Tickets are £75 for three days and includes lunch and refreshments plus a video download of conference proceedings once the conference is concluded.
The sale of tickets for in person attendance closes at midnight on Friday 1st July.
If you are unable to attend the conference in person, you can join online for the entire conference for a reduced fee of £40. You will have the opportunity to engage in Q&A online using Facebook or YouTube thanks to our new software platform, ECamm, in which we have invested to ensure that our conference is truly hybrid and accessible. Online attendees will receive a virtual welcome pack and a complimentary video download of conference proceedings at the conclusion of the conference.
The sale of full conference livestream tickets closes at midnight on Sunday 10th July.
Alternatively, you can purchase livestream tickets for each day of the conference for £15. As with livestream attendance for the full conference, you will have the opportunity to engage in Q&A and you will receive a virtual welcome pack. The complimentary video download is only available to full conference attendees.
Video download of proceedings only costs £10.
If delegates have any announcements that they would like included in the welcome pack, please email: email@example.com
Thanks and kind regards,
Dr. Helen Kilburn, Conference Secretary.