The ICM is being held in the Newman Building on the Belfield campus. All the lecture rooms are within a short walking distance of each other. Campus maps are available at http://www.ucd.ie/maps/. Information on travelling to UCD is available at http://www.ucd.ie/gettingtoucd.htm.
Registration will take place in K115. Delegates who have already registered online will be able to pick up their conference packs there as well. This room will also serve as the general ICM information point.
Members of the ICM team will be available here at all times during the conference. Updates and any changes to the programme will be announced on the screen in K115.
The ICM is hosting a book fair (as well as providing various publisher discounts as part of the delegate conference packs). The publishers’ stands can be found in the UCD Common Room, which will be open to delegates throughout the day.
The ICM programme can be downloaded from our programme page.
The draft programme of the 28th ICM, along with abstracts for the individual papers, can now be downloaded. This will be updated to reflect any changes to the programme in advance of the conference.
The 28th ICM promises to be the biggest and most diverse conference yet. The draft list of speakers includes 80 papers on topics ranging across the entire span of the Middle Ages. The interdisciplinary tradition of the ICM is reinforced with papers concerned with archaeology, art history, literature, history, anthropology and linguistics.
You can download our exciting 28th ICM draft list of papers and panels here.
Early Bird Registration is now closed. Online registration, at the normal rate, can be found here.
Online registration is now available for the 28th ICM. A special 20% discount is being offered on the registration fee for delegates who sign on before May 2nd. The fee will be €40, with a student rate of €20. The registration fee will cover refreshments as well as the ICM receptions.
Booking can also be made for the conference dinner. This year it will be held on July 2nd in Fallon and Byrne, which is located in the heart of the city centre, just off Grafton Street. There is a discount for early registration. Booking is recommended as places will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis.
The Glendalough excursion is also available for booking at a special early rate. Reserving a seat is recommended as places are limited. The Marsh’s Library excursion does not require pre-booking. A standard €3 will be charged upon entrance to the library. Both excursions will take place on the morning of July 3rd.
Please click here and follow instructions for online booking options