Registration for Virtual Vancouver NAVSA 2022

NAVSA 2021-22, “Unsettling Victorians” is going virtual.

 

Originally planned to take place at the Westin Bayshore Hotel in downtown Vancouver, the conference will now be hosted online, March 3rd-6th, 2022. This was an excruciating decision, but necessary under the circumstances of the recent Covid-19 surge fuelled by the highly transmissible Omicron variant. We will provide more information about the format of the conference as it becomes available.

We warmly thank you for your understanding and patience during the long journey of this conference over these difficult past two years. We look forward to welcoming you to an exciting and generative virtual conference in March.

Note: All conference attendees must be current (2022) members of NAVSA. Special membership rates are available for graduate students, adjunct faculty, and independent scholars. Join or renew your membership here.

If you have questions, please contact: navsa2021@sfu.ca

 

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Sketch of Fort Vancouver village, c. 1850, attributed to George Gibbs. Source: National Parks Service. 

 

How to Register

Registration for NAVSA 2021-22 takes place through our Ex Ordo submission and registration system: https://navsa2021.exordo.com/

If you submitted a paper or panel proposal and already have an Ex Ordo account, please use your username and password to log in. Once you have logged in, click on the "Registrations" link and follow the directions from there.

If you did not submit a proposal and do not have an Ex Ordo account, you will need to establish one in order to register.  Please click on the Ex Ordo link, https://navsa2021.exordo.com/, follow the steps for creating an account, and then click on the "Registrations" link.

Registration Fees

 

Early Bird registration will remain open through to the conference. Payments will be in Canadian dollars, but we provide approximate USD prices based on current exchange rates.

 

Registration includes three keynotes, six research seminars, a reading by renowned Métis author Katherena Vermette, a live virtual performance by the Theatre Caucus, an exhibitors gallery, caucus meetings and pre-conference virtual profession workshops (February 26th and 27th). All sessions at Virtual Vancouver NAVSA 2022, "Unsettling Victorians," will be recorded and accessible to registrants for six weeks after the conference. Recordings will not be downloadable.

 

Registration rates are as follows:

  • Tenure-track faculty:

    • $222 USD / $280 CAD

  • Nontenure-track faculty, independent scholars, and retirees:

    • $102 USD / $130 CAD
       

 

  • Presenting graduate students:

    • $79 USD / $100 CAD

  • Presenting undergraduate students:

    • $39 USD / $50 CAD
       

  • Non-presenting students:

    • $00 USD / $00 CAD

We are pleased to be able to offer reduced rates for student and non-tenure track presenters. All those who have already registered at the original rate will receive a refund soon.

The final registration deadline for conference participants scheduled to present in any session or event is February 28th, 2022. Those who remain unregistered after this date may not appear in the published program. Registration for non-presenting participants will remain open through the conference.

Other Events included with registration

 

We invite all registrants to attend the NAVSA AGM during the conference.

Also, don't forget to sign up for one of our virtual research seminars. Spaces are limited so sign up soon.

Finally, we are also offering a series of pre-conference Profession Workshops on February 26th and 27th for free. Enrollment in this event will be separate.

 

Cancellation Policy

 

For those who cancel their registration, a refund will be provided through January 21st, 2022 with a subtracted $25 CAD processing fee. Cancellations made between January 21st and February 28th will receive a $50 CAD refund. Cancellations made after February 28th, 2022 will not be refunded.

 

Cancellation requests must be made in writing to navsa2021@sfu.ca.