The 2016 meeting will be held at St. Michael’s College, in Burlington, Vermont on October 14th and 15th.  The call for papers can be found by following this link: NECBS CFP 2016

In the recent past, the Northeast Conference on British Studies (NECBS) has held its annual meeting at the following locations. The links below will take you to the conference program for each.

2015    The University of Ottawa, 16 & 17 October 2015:  Program

2014    Lewiston, Maine (at Bates College, hosted by a group of Maine colleges and universities).

2013    University of Connecticut, Storrs.

2012    Joint meeting with the NACBS, Montréal, Quebec

2011    College of the Holy Cross, and American Antiquarian Society, Worcester, Massachusetts

2010    University of Vermont, Burlington

2009    Brown University

2008    Boston College

2007    Dalhousie University

2006    Joint meeting with the NACBS, Cambridge, Mass.

2005    University of Massachusetts, Amherst

2004    McGill University

2003    Tufts University

2002    Yale University

2001    Worcester Polytechnic Institute

2000    Concordia University, Montréal

1999    Joint meeting with the NACBS at Cambridge, Mass.

1998    Trinity College, Hartford

1997    Dartmouth College

1996    Wesleyan University

1995    Brown University

1994    Bentley College

1993    Joint meeting with the NACBS, Montréal

1992    Trinity College

1991    University of Massachusetts, Boston, October

1991    Assumption College, April

1989    Holy Cross College, November

1989    Holy Cross College, April

1986    Boston College

1983    Holy Cross College

1982    Massachusetts Institute of Technology

1981    University of New Hampshire

1980    Worcester State College

1979    University of Massachusetts, Amherst

1978    Assumption College

1977    Northeastern University

1974    University of New Hampshire

1973    Dartmouth College

1972    Boston University

1971    Holy Cross College

1969    University of Connecticut

1968    Bowdoin College

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