Cold War Cultures Conference: Interdisciplinary and Transnational Perspectives
Thu, September 30, 2010 • various (see schedule)
These events will include the conference and several keynote speeches by international and local scholars; more details to come. Because of the generosity of our sponsors, all events will be free of charge and open to the public.
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On Thursday, 30 September, printed programs, campus maps, and other information will be available at the Bass Lecture Hall outside the first keynote speech; on Friday and Saturday, they will be available at the office of the Center for European Studies (Mezes 3.126, 512-232-3470). Conference speakers and moderators should pick up their badges at these sites.
Sessions will be held in various buildings, most of them clustered around the centrally located UT Tower. Campus maps are available at . Batts (BAT), Mezes (MEZ), Parlin (PAR), Welch (WEL), and Will C. Hogg (WCH) are on the Tower Area map (#2), south and east of the Tower. Burdine (BUR) is in the sector north of the Tower (#1); Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building (ACES) is east of the Tower (#5), across Speedway from Welch; University Teaching Center (UTC) is south of the Tower (#3). Sid Richardson Hall (SRH) is on the eastern boundary of the main campus (map #7); the Bass Lecture Hall is in the LBJ Library/LBJ School of Public Affairs cluster. For the Thursday evening keynote and SRH sessions, participants may park in the LBJ Library parking lot off of Red River Street.Please see http://www.coldwarcultures.org/ for more information.
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