Message #397:
From: AzTeC SW Archaeology SIG
To:   "'Matthias Giessler'" 
Subject: Women in Historic Preservation Conference
Date: Wed, 04 Dec 96 10:02:00 MST
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From:  Eve Carr

REGISTRATION MATERIALS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE ....
SECOND NATIONAL WOMEN IN HISTORIC PRESERVATION CONFERENCE MARCH 13-15, 1997

Sponsored by the Women's Studies Program and the Graduate Program in Public 
History at Arizona State University and the National Park Service. 
Continuing along the path begun at Bryn Mawr, we are please to announce a 
Second National Women in Historic Preservation Conference to be held in 
Mesa, Arizona.

This conference will contain panel presentations on such topics as:
Preservation in the West and Southwest, Regional and Multicultural
Preservation Efforts and Issues, Teaching and Public Outreach, Landscape
Preservation, Gendered Conflicts in Preservation and Interpretation,
Preserving Women's Community Involvement, Archaeology of Gendered Spaces,
and Women's History at Male Oriented Sites.

A portion of the conference will also be dedicated to discussing the roles 
of the National Park Service in historic preservation and different tools, 
techniques, and experiences in interpreting women's history in museums, 
historic houses, parks, and other sites.

FOR REGISTRATION MATERIALS, PLEASE CONTACT:

     Eve Carr and Claudine Barnes
     Women's Studies Program
     PO Box 871801
     Arizona State University
     Tempe, AZ 85287-1801

     ecarr@asu.edu or cbarnes@asu.edu

Early Registration is due by FEBRUARY 17, 1997.  The fee will be $100 plus 
the additional costs of meals and ticketed events.  Registration AFTER 
February 17, 1997 will be $130 plus the additional costs of meals and 
ticketed events.  Graduate student registration will be $25 for the weekend 
plus the additional costs of meals and ticketed events.  There will be a day 
rate that has yet to be set.  The conference is being held in the Mesa 
Community and Conference Center.  Hotel rooms are available at the Sheraton 
Mesa at a conference rate of $110/night (800-325-3535).

This conference was made possible, in part, with special funding by the 
National Park Service through its Cultural Resource Training Initiative.

Eve Carr
Arizona State University
History Department
ecarr@asu.edu