ANZSANA 2014 Conference
Fri, February 7, 2014 • 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM • Julius Glickman Conference Center, CLA Building
Australian and New Zealand Studies Association North America (ANZSANA) is a multidisciplinary academic association whose members share interests in Antipodean history, politics, society, literature, economics, and law. The association holds an annual conference that brings together an international group of academics, journalists, and diplomats who share research and discuss issues germane to Australian & New Zealand Studies. This year's conference will be held at the University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin) located in Austin, Texas.
Conference panels will be held Friday, February 7th, 2014 and Saturday, February 8th, 2014 in the Julius Glickman Conference Center located in the College of Liberal Arts building on the UT-Austin campus. The Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies will host a welcome reception on the evening of Thursday, February 6th at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center. A formal banquet dinner will be held at the Carillon Restaurant, also in the AT&T Center, at 7:00 pm on Friday, February 7th, 2014.
A conference registration fee of USD $175.00 includes a one-year ANZSANA membership as well as breakfast and lunch on both Friday and Saturday. The formal banquet dinner will cost an additional $50 (a real bargain for a three-course, sit-down meal at the highly regarded Carillon, http://www.thecarillonrestaurant.com/). It will also feature a special keynote speaker.
The AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center, located on the UT-Austin campus, offers conference attendees a special rate at of $174/night (plus taxes) so long as they book before FRIDAY, 14 JANUARY 2014 and indicate their affiliation with ANZSANA at the time of booking. For more information on the hotel, visit http://www.meetattexas.com/ or call 512-404-1900. More information on ANZSANA, including conference updates, will become available at www.anzsana.net.
Sponsored by: The Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies