A draft programme will be made available once letters of acceptance have been sent out in April 2019.

Confirmed so far…

Keynote Speakers
Diane Reay (University of Cambridge), ‘The Miseducation of the Working Classes’
Satnam Virdee (University of Glasgow), ‘Race, Class and the Politics of the Left’

Roundtables
Why Working-Class Studies?: Geoff Bright (Manchester Metropolitan University), Sherry Lee Linkon (Georgetown University), Sweta Rajan-Rankin (University of Kent), Paul Sng (filmmaker and writer) & Valerie Walkerdine (Cardiff University)
Voices of Guinness to launch a new book by Tim Strangleman (University of Kent): Steven High (Concordia University), Alice Mah (University of Warwick), Jack Metzgar (Roosevelt University), Andrew Perchard (University of Stirling) & Christine Walley (MIT)

Workshops
Arthur McIvor (University of Strathclyde) – Working with Oral History
– Paul Sng (Filmmaker and Writer) – Amplifying Unheard Voices in Documentary Film-making and Photography
– Geoff Bright (Manchester Metropolitan University) – Doing Social Haunting
– Sherry Lee Linkon and John Russo (Georgetown University) – Writing for Wider Publics
– Emma Pleasant and Sophie Rowland (University of Kent) – Working with Social Media

Events and Activities
– Thames Sailing Barge Trip from Whitstable
– Poetry Slam with Sarah Attfield, Jen Vernon, and others TBA
– WCSA Awards Ceremony