FAQ for the ENN4 conference

Please "read more" to find the answers to frequently asked questions.


Can you book my hotel, please?

We are not able to book your hotel for you. Please consult our page with information about hotels and other lodging opportunities: http://www.enn4.ugent.be/node/3

Can I still enroll for the doctoral master class?

The master class is fully booked, but we can put you on a waiting list. If you wish to, send an email to enn4@ugent.be, mentioning "Master class" in the subject.

How can I be part of the poster session?

Individuals as well as institutions, research centres, research clusters, ... can submit a poster. Just send us an email over at enn4@ugent.be and we will reserve you a spot. Recommendations for the poster layout can be found over here: http://www.enn4.ugent.be/node/31

I wish to redraw from the conference. Is it possible to get my money back?

Please consult our policy concerning requests for refunding: http://www.enn4.ugent.be/node/25

Where can I find the conference programme?

On the website here: http://www.enn4.ugent.be/node/29.

What is the conference rate for visitors?

Visitors pay 45 EURO per full-day attendance. There is a grace rate for bachelor and master students of Ghent University, who can visit the conference for free.

Can I present a poster?

Provided you have registered as a speaker or a doctoral school course participant, you are entitled to also present a poster during the poster session on April 16. Just drop us a line at enn4@ugent.be, mentioning "ENN Poster Session" in the email subject. More info: http://www.enn4.ugent.be/node/31

What's up with the registration rate?

There is a separate, daily registration rate for those who wish to attend the conference as visitors.

Is it still possible to register for the conference dinner?

The conference dinner is fully booked.

Can you finally disclose the secret location of the conference dinner?

We will bask some more in the splendour of Ghent's historical city centre at a unique location, the Oude Vismijn ('Old Fish Mine'), next to the Gravensteen. http://www.oudevismijn.be/

About US

ENN4 is organised under the auspices of Narratology@UGent, the Ghent Centre for Digital Humanities, and the Department of Literary Studies at Ghent University. We acknowledge the financial support of the Flemish Research Foundation (FWO-Vlaanderen) and of the Doctoral School Arts, Humanities and Law (Ghent University).