IUS/Canada Registration

Registration is Open

Registration is now available for IUS/Canada 2016. Click here to download the registration form. Registration fees can be paid via PayPal using the following form:

About the Conference

Important Information for Conference Presenters

Information for conference presenters is now available for download.

If presenters wish to include coauthors’ names on the conference programme, please advise the programme chair (Sarah Hill: sarah.hill@rmc.ca) ASAP, and provide the names as you would like them to appear in the programme.

Draft Programme Now Available

We are delighted to confirm that all papers submitted for consideration by the application deadline have been included in the programme for IUS Canada 2016. Please note that changes to the programme are expected, and updates will be posted on the IUS website as they become available.

Attention presenters – Please read this updated draft of the IUS Canada 2016 programme. Some papers have been moved for a variety of reasons, and your panel (or paper) may not be in its initially allocated slot. Please advise the programme chair (Sarah Hill: sarah.hill@rmc.ca) ASAP of any outstanding issues.

Audience Listening To  Speaker At Conference Presentation
Businessman giving presentation to colleagues, elevated view

Hotel Information Now Available

The IUS Canada 2016 conference will be held from October 21-23, 2016 at the Lord Elgin Hotel in downtown Ottawa. We have secured an advantageous rate (C$159+tax/night) for conference delegates at the Hotel Indigo 123 Metcalfe St (right around the corner).

Rate: $159 single or double
Contact info: 613-231-6555 or Inter-University Seminar on the Armed Forces & Society (IUS)

Reference (telephone): “IUS” or the group name “Inter-University Seminar on the Armed Forces & Society (IUS)”.

As has become tradition at IUS Canada conferences, presenters are encouraged to present their own papers. A/V will be available (laptops with powerpoint, projectors and screens). Please ensure that your presentation can be displayed using Office (powerpoint) 2010 without jeopardizing your formatting.