1999 at Smith College
The pre-registration fee is $250 (U.S.)
for IAPESGW members, $300 for non-members and $100 for students.
After June 1, 1999, $300 for IAPESGW
members, $325 for non-members, $200 for students.
||To register, send the
completed nomination form including the title and description
of your proposed paper or presentation to: Professor Chris Shelton,
Project on Women & Social Change, Smith College, Northampton,
MA 01063 USA. Accepted applicants will be notified early in 1999
by the planning committee and will receive registration and hotel
reservation forms at that time.
Venue: Smith College
||Smith College, located
in Northampton, Massachusetts, is the largest private liberal
arts college for women in the United States. A highly selective
institution with an undergraduate enrollment on campus of 2,500,
Smith College has been strongly committed to the education of
women at the undergraduate level since 1875, and admits both
men and women as graduate students.
& the Pioneer Valley
||The gates of Smith College
open onto lively downtown Northampton, Massachusetts, in the
heart of New England's scenic Pioneer Valley. With a population
of 30,000, this town combines small-town charm with metropolitan
cultural and educational opportunities. It is a lovely setting
for arts and crafts galleries, cafes, movie houses and unusual
shops. The Pioneer Valley is well known for its academic institutions.
Smith, Amherst, Hampshire and Mount Holyoke colleges and the
University of Massachusetts form the Five College Consortium,
cooperating to sponsor courses and faculty exchanges, an interlibrary
network and many other cultural and social events. In addition,
Springfield College and the Basketball and Volleyball Halls of
Fame are located nearby. Browse the following Web site for more
information about Smith College and the surrounding area: www.smith.edu.
Access to Northampton
to Smith College
|Boston is two hours away,
and New York City is within a three-hour drive. The closest airport,
Bradley International Airport, is 45 minutes from Smith College.
The airport is served by most major airlines and is located about
45 miles south of Northampton near Hartford, Connecticut. Flying
into Bradley International rather than into Boston's Logan Airport
leaves a shorter drive to Northampton and Smith College.
- Professor Chris Shelton
- Project on Women and Social Change
- Smith College, Northampton, MA 01063
- Tel: 413.585.3591
- Fax: 413.585.3593
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Web site: www.smith.edu