Theme: “Citizenship and National Politics: Race in the 21st Century”
Dates: August 7, 2018 to August 11, 2018
Location: Houston, Texas
Conference At A Glance:
- Evening Tuesday, 7th: “Welcome Reception”
- All day Wednesday 8th, Thursday 9th, and Friday 10th: Sessions
- Friday 10th evening: Closing banquet
- Morning and Afternoon Saturday 11th: Optional cultural excursion
The conference registration fee is US $285. The conference registration fee for students/Professors Emeriti US $200. This fee includes: opening reception, all coffee breaks, and closing banquet. You must be a member of ALARA to participate in the conference.
The conference registration fee should be paid by Friday, April 13, 2018, either online or via check or money order.
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Early registration is highly encouraged. Late registration (April 14 – May 14 only) is US $300.00; US $215.00 for students/Professors Emeriti.
The conference program will be e-mailed in advance to registered participants. If not paying online, checks and money orders must be made out to ALARA and sent to:
- ALARA 2018
- Dr. Antonio D. Tillis
- College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences
- University of Houston, Agnes Arnold Hall
- 3553 Cullen Boulevard, Room 402
- Houston, TX 77204-3000
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Transportation and Hotel Information
- All conference activities will take place at the Hilton University of Houston (www3.hilton.com/en/hotels/texas/hilton-university-of-houston-HOUUHHF/index.html)
- Room rate is a discounted $139 per night for single and double occupancy, no triple available, excluding the state and local tax of 17%. This rate is available from August 7th to August 12th. (GROUP NAME: ALARA2018)
- Recommended Airport is William P. Hobby (HOU), which is roughly 10 minutes from the Hilton UH and ~$15.00 by UBER
- Parking is available on site at a discounted conference rate of $10 overnight (normally $20) and a daily rate of $5 (normally $12) for over 4 1/2 hours.
Conference Organizing Committee
Prof. Dorothy Mosby – Mount Holyoke College
Prof. Daniel Mosquera – Union College
Prof. Luisa Ossa – LaSalle University
Prof. Sonja Stephenson Watson – University of Texas, Arlington
Prof. Antonio Tillis – Univeristy of Houston
Prof. Sheridan Wigginton – California Lutheran University