This coming February will see one of the leading postcolonial conferences attract many leading academics and forward planning professionals to the city of Leeds.
Online PR News – 08-December-2011 – – Many people will be arriving in Leeds at the start of February meaning the choice of hotel in Leeds city centre will be reduced for the time of year. The increased demand makes booking a hotel room in advance more important than ever reported online hotel room comparator DirectRooms.com.
The event is named the 2012 ICPS 'Re-evaluating the Postcolonial City: Production, Reconstruction, Representation' and will be held over the course of February 2nd and 3rd 2012. The aim of the conference is to establish plans and strategies to help post-colonial cities become self-sustaining urban environments able to thrive in the modern era.
The event is organised and managed by the Institute of Colonial and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Leeds, and attracts leading speakers to present case studies to delegates. Among the speeches and presentations on show this year are works from scriptwriter and academic Caryl Phillips plus also journalist and economist Javier Stanziola from Panama.
Lek Boonlert, marketing head of DirectRooms.com, said, “The conference facilities and general feel of modern day Leeds make it a great venue for conferences like this, and so we expect it to be very well-attended. Booking your hotel room now is the way to get your hands on a great value deal and plenty of choice of places to stay."
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