Locations of the conference

Good to Know

We want your experience at the conference to be as seamless as possible. If you’ll be joining us from out of town, here are the key locations to note. Questions? Please contact us.


Lanyon Building

Constructed in 1849 the Lanyon Building is the main building of Queen's University and takes its name from the architect Charles Lanyon.  Located inside are all of the conference venues.

The Old Staff Common Room

The first day of Anticomm2019 will be  held in this bright, self-contained space occupying a prime corner site in the Lanyon Building. 


Canada Room and Council Chamber

The majority of the conference panels and keynote presentation will be held in the Council Chamber. Lunches,  coffee and tea breaks, as well as the Thursday night wine reception will take place in the connecting Canada Room.

Senate Room

This historic, atmospheric room in the heart of the Lanyon Building will play host for a number of panels on the last day of the conference. Please see the schedule page for details. 

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Molly's Yard

The informal conference dinner will be held at Molly's Yard. This quaint and colourful restaurant is less than a five minute walk from the Lanyon Building.  Please note that unfortunately the meal here is not covered by attendance; but all are welcome to join!


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