In July 2020, the New Chaucer Society will be coming to "the land of the Prince-Bishops" – to the ancient cathedral city of Durham, in the north-east of England. The 22nd Biennial Congress will take place at the University of Durham's brand-new Teaching and Learning Centre from Sunday 12th July to Friday 17th, 2020.

The programme will include a concert for the delegates in Durham Cathedral, and the conference dinner will take place in the Great Hall of Durham's Castle. 

Information about the Congress, the city and how to reach it can be found on these pages (which also contain suggestions for places to visit). Further information – for example about the registration-process, accommodation and meals – will appear here in due course.
For more information about the New Chaucer Society and its work, please see http://newchaucersociety.org

The Call for Papers for the 22nd Biennial Congress can also be found on the NCS's web-pages.
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