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In this section you find answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive. If you didn’t find your answer, contact us at info@byzcongress2022.org

The full fee includes participation in the Congress programme and its institutional events, which will be presented as soon as the programme is published. The fee does not cover supplementary cultural activities for which additional payments are required. In the coming months a list of optional “fringe” activities will be made available.

Student status applies to anyone who is a BA, Master or PhD student at the time of their registration for the Congress.

Any Congress participant who is accompanying a speaker. Once they have registered, accompanying persons can take part in the Congress as members of the audience and guests during institutional events. The enrolment fee does not cover any supplementary cultural activities for which additional payments are required. In the coming months a list of optional “fringe” activities will be made available.

The call for papers ended on April 15 2021 for free communications, posters, thematic sessions of free communications, and on May 15 2021 for round tables. Therefore, it is not possible to submit new proposals.

No, we do not foresee any publication of the abstracts as a printed volume. The abstracts will be published on the website of the 24th Congress at https://byzcongress2022.org.

Each abstract must be between 600 and 700 characters long.

Yes, you can do so by registering at https://byzcongress2022.org/registration and selecting either the full fee or student fee, depending on your status.

The general programme will be published on the Congress website on 15 December 2021.

The Congress will be held at the San Giobbe Campus of Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, which is located near Venice “Santa Lucia” railway station. We recommend finding accommodation in Venice (the town centre, ideally near the railway station) or in Mestre (on the mainland). On one day (Thursday 25 August 2022) the Congress will be taking place in Padua.

Not necessarily. Padua is roughly 30 minutes away from Venice by train. The Congress will be taking place in Padua only on one day (Thursday 25 August 2022), so it will be possible to commute there.

Information about the agencies we recommend to organise your stay in Venice will soon be available from our website.