About the Conference
Once and Future Fantasies is the first conference co-sponsored by the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts to take place outside North America. The conference will be hosted by the Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic at the University of Glasgow.
The conference will be held in person at the University of Glasgow.
Registration is now OPEN, please book your tickets here.
The Once and Future Fantasies conference will not issue refunds for conference registration and associated fees after 24 June 2022, as this would put the conference at risk. Exceptional circumstances may be considered (please contact email@example.com).
The final draft of the programme can be found here.
Dr Dimitra Fimi, Senior Lecturer in Fantasy and Children’s Literature, Co-Director, Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic
Dr Robert Maslen, Senior Lecturer in English Literature, Co-Director, Centre for Fantasy and the Fantastic
Dr Matthew Sangster,Senior Lecturer in Romantic Studies, Fantasy and Cultural History
Dr Rhys Williams, Lecturer in Fantasy Literature
Dr Anna McFarlane, British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow (English Literature)
Marie Meechan, Head of Professional Services, School of Critical Studies
Katie Quinn, Student Recruitment and Academic Events Administrator
Conference Administrative Assistant:
Marita Arvaniti, PhD student, School of Critical Studies
Keynotes: Nalo Hopkinson and Professor Dame Marina Warner. More information about our amazing keynote speakers here.
You can find our Call for Papers here.
Call for Workshops here.
For any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are on twitter @OnceFantasies
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* Registration prices include lunches and tea/coffee catering during the entire conference, as well as a wine reception.
Conference logo adapted by Fruzsina Pittner from cover design, University of Glasgow Students’ Handbook 1924-5, cf. University of Glasgow Library Archives and Special Collections DC 157/18/34.