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The BSP Annual Conference is a longstanding and respected feature of the UK academic scene, providing a friendly and supportive forum for inter-disciplinary discussion. This year the event is themed as ‘Engaged Phenomenology’ and is co-organised with the University of Exeter, and sponsored by Egenis and the Wellcome Centre for Cultures and Environments of Health. The conference runs from Thursday 3 September to Saturday 5 September 2020, and – due to global concerns about the Coronavirus pandemic – is to be held online. Given the conference will now be online, this year we will not be charging anything other than our requirement that speakers and delegates are or become members of the BSP. If you are not a member, the cost will be £40 waged or £20 unwaged / student / emeritus. If you are already a member, let us know below, and registration is free. Please fill out the form to begin the registration process.

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