Maybe BATW 2021 in Plymouth? Even if USA Passport holders will be welcome by then, I'd have to be re-assured that flying across the ocean in a crowded tin can is relatively safe.
At the moment, I can't see how that will be possible. But perhaps the fog will lift in January. That still won't be enough time for changed US policy to have substantial impact - vaccine or not. I would really like to go to RSA Dublin but, at this point, can't commit.
I am hoping to be able to do research in London but we’ll see.
Below in its entirety is an announcement from the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS) stating that ASECS members will have free access to ECCO for the next three months. ASECS memberships start at $50 (for non-students).
There's so much up in the air. But if RSA does meet in Dublin in April, I imagine a bunch of early modernists will make their way over.
I am certainly hoping to do so! A lot is going to depend on whether there are better Covid treatment protocols in place by 2021, or immunization is possible. But my hope is to be heading to the UK in 2021 because I have work to do!
I am really hoping to do so! The pandemic lockdown has had a significant effect on my research program and conference travel. However, until there is a reliable treatment protocol and/or immunization possibilities, I doubt that the US population is going to be welcome overseas (sigh), and I won't be able to travel.
Dear NACBS Members,
In light of continuing concerns about Covid-19, the NACBS Executive and Council have decided to move this year's conference online rather than meet in Chicago.
Would anyone like to indicate if they will be visiting the UK in 2021? Some seminar organizers might be interested to know.