Australasian Society for Asian and Comparative Philosophy (ASACP) Conference 2012

Conference Registration Information

Conference Dates: 9 - 11 July 2012
Please note that the conference will run over three full days, beginning at 10 am on Monday 9th July and ending at 4 pm on Wednesday 11th July. Please take this into account when making your travel arrangements so that you will not miss parts of the conference.
Conference Registration Fees
These fees include all morning and afternoon teas and lunch from 9-11 July. The cost of meals and eating out tends to be quite high in Sydney as well as at the University outlets. Therefore the organisers have kept the fees to a minimum by including simple catered lunch and morning and afternoon teas to keep down costs for participants.
Dinners are not included in the registration fee. However, there are restaurants close to the University where you can get meals from around $10 per person.

Conference Dinner: Separate Arrangements will be made for the conference dinner. The cost of the conference dinner is not included in the Conference Registration fee.


*Please download the conference registration form from the downloads page, fill it out, and email it to A/Prof Karyn Lai:
*Please note that credit card payment must be made by 1st June 2012 to secure the Early Bird Registration fees.


The conference organisers recommend accommodation at
New College, UNSW. This accommodation venue is 10 mins walk to the conference meeting rooms.

There is a range of accommodation including: Single rooms with shared bathroom; Single ensuite rooms; and Double ensuite rooms. You may view the different prices at:

Conference participants are asked to book directly with New College. Accommodation details will be up by early April.

*Graduate students (non-Sydney residents) with proper documentation will be provided with accommodation at New College. However, you must also book with New College (and your account will be paid for by the conference). The conference organisers do not accept any responsibility for organising accommodation for graduate students who fail to make their own bookings at New College.