The conference is part of the multi-institutional research programme Creative Multilingualism (www.creativeml.ox.ac.uk), funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Our research group is a large cross-disciplinary team of academics working on the nexus between linguistic diversity and creativity. The conference is being organized by Strand 2 of Creative Multilingualism: Creating a Meaningful World: Nature in Name, Metaphor and Myth: https://www.creativeml.ox.ac.uk/research/naming

We look forward to welcoming you in Pittsburgh! 

REGISTRATION

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We are delighted to welcome you to the Intersections of Nature and Language Symposium in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

 

Accommodation: We have a limited number of hotel rooms, at a discounted conference rate, available in the Oakland neighborhood.  Please book soon to avoid disappointment.

 

Registration: All conference participants (including panel members, workshop participants, and poster presenters) should register.

Questions: Please feel free to contact us at JNCLOWRI@pitt.edu with any questions.

Registration Fees

(Registration closes September 1, 2019)

Full Price Registration

$229 USD

Student

Registration

$104 USD

Indigenous Registration

$64 USD

WHAT'S INCLUDED

The registration fee covers the cost of the symposium, lunches, reception, banquet, and exhibits. 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

The registration fee covers the cost of the symposium, lunches, reception, banquet, and exhibits. 

ADDITIONAL EXPENSES

FIELD TRIP

National Aviary

September 8

$20 US

ADDITIONAL 

Reception Ticket

$40 US

ADDITIONAL 

Banquet Ticket

$55 US

University of Pittsburgh Students, Faculty, and Staff:

Note: A limited number of Fee Waivers are available for students, faculty, and staff at the University of Pittsburgh.  To access this waiver you must use your '@pitt.edu' e-mail address when registering.  Though the registration waiver does provide entry to the symposium talks, panels, and workshops it does not include entry to the Friday Reception at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History, the Saturday Banquet, or the Sunday Field Trip to the National Aviary.  Tickets for these events must be purchased separately during the registration process.    

(Registration closes September 1, 2019)