Conference registration is open

Dear Colleagues,

We are pleased to announce that registration for the 2016 conference in Kassel, Germany is now open! In this message you will find information about the registration process and other conference information. 

To Register

To register for the conference you can go to this link:


Early Registration Fees

Faculty member: €100

Student member: €50


Early Non-member Registration Fees

Faculty non-member: €200

Student non-member: €90


Regular Registration Fees (After May 31)

Faculty member: €120

Student member: €70


Non-member Registration Fees

Faculty non-member: €220

Student non-member: €110


You will also be able to register for one free workshop, for the Waterfeatures at the Bergpark (free), the conference dinner (free), and for dinner at the brewery Knallhütte on Monday (at your own expense). Additionally, you have the opportunity to have your poster printed locally for a total of 13,-€.


If you are not (currently) a member of the Society for Text & Discourse, please consider becoming a member. You will receive the journal Discourse Processes for each year you are a member, and the total for membership plus conference registration fee will be less than the non-member conference registration fee. To become a member go to and click on Membership. If you want to renew your membership and you forgot your password, then click “Forgot password” and you will be guided through the process.

Please make sure that the payment for membership is completed at the latest by June 30 if you wish to pay the conference registration fee for members. 



When you make your travel plans, please keep in mind that on the morning of July 18, there will be workshops (starting at 9 am), and opening ceremonies will start at 1:00 pm. Talks will go through the late afternoon of July 20. More information on the program and travel can be found on the conference website at []. Please check often for updates!



In particular if you are travelling from overseas, the most convenient airport to fly to is Frankfurt am Main (FRA). Other airports nearby are Kassel-CaldenHannover, and Paderborn.

There are connecting trains from Frankfurt, Hannover, and Paderborn to the station “Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe”. From Kassel-Calden Airport, you can take a bus or taxi to the city.


Railway Stations

The main railway station is Kassel-Wilhelmshöhe (not as one might think Kassel Hauptbahnhof). Train schedules can be found at From here, most places in the city (including the recommended hotels) are just a short tram ride away.



Accommodation has been reserved in the hotels “Astoria” and “Schweizer Hof” for participants of the conference and can be booked via:


Please note that the displayed prices are the total prices for four nights! Rooms are limited and will only remain reserved until May 20, so please make your reservation as soon as possible. The Campus is located at the tram station Holländische Straße/Universität and is easy to reach by tram or bus (more information can be found on the conference website).


Student Accommodation

There is a youth hostel in Kassel, in which rooms can be booked via


Other low cost options, such as pensions or bed & breakfasts, can be found via HRS



We are offering three free workshops taking place on Monday July 18 from 9am to noon. You will only be able to sign up for one.  The first 25 people to sign up for each will be allocated a spot. 


If you have any difficulties in registering or any questions regarding the conference, please do not hesitate to contact us via


We are looking forward to seeing you in Kassel!


Your ST&D 2016 Organizers

Tobias Richter

Maj-Britt Isberner

Julia Knoepke

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