Conference Date: Friday, October 16 – Sunday, October 18, 2015
All sessions: Hand-Purvis Conference Room, Dunning Hall Room 213, Department of Economics, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON
Registration and all lunch and coffee breaks: Department of Economics Faculty Lounge, Dunning Hall Room 214
Queen’s University campus map and visitor information: http://www.queensu.ca/discover/visit
Theme: Mobility and Demographic Change
Mary MacKinnon Memorial Lecture: Martha Bailey, University of Michigan
Reception in honour of the 50th anniversary of the Canadian economic history study group.
- Registration Information
- Accommodation Information
- Conference Programme
- Travel Information
- Dining Information
Deadline for Registration: Friday 25 Sepember 2015.
Note: Late registration at conference will be available, but we need to know number of participants for catering and reception/dinner planning.
All participants asked to register through online CNEH registration online form.Please Click here and fill out the form.
A conference fee of $CAD100.00 per delegate is required for the 2015 CNEH conference. Please fill out your personal information on the CNEH Web Form.
Please make cheques payable to “Queen’s University”
Registration fee can be paid at registration OR mail cheque to: Ian Keay, Department of Economics, 94 University Avenue, Queen’s University, Kingston, ON, K7L 3N6. Registration fee covers cost of room and facility fees, breaks, lunches and conference dinner.
Rooms have been set aside for conference participants at: Delta Kingston Waterfront Hotel 1 Johnson Street, Kingston, ON https://www.deltahotels.com/Hotels/Delta-Kingston-Waterfront-Hotel.
Conference room rate: $170/night.
Conference reservations made through reservation office: 1-888-890-3222 OR 613-549-8100. Please identify conference: Canadian Network for Economic History Conference.
CNEH 2015 Conference Programme
Travel Options to Queen’s are available at: http://www.econ.queensu.ca/travel.
Dining Options in Kingston
If participants need any additional information or help they should contact Ian Keay, Taylor Jaworski or Frank Lewis.