APRIL 23-25, 2015
TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
All sessions and events are open to the public. Students and scholars who are interested in Arendt’s work and legacy are welcome to attend, even if they are not presenting on the conference program. There is no charge for registration, but we ask all participants, including everyone who plans to attend, to register for the conference
Rooms are available at the Hyatt Place College Station at a special conference rate of $149.00 for a single or double room on Wednesday, April 22 through Saturday, April 25.
Reservations may be made by phone at 1-888-591-1234 or online using code G-HANN to take advantage of the conference rate.
The cutoff date for the conference rate is Friday, March 13, 2015.
Complimentary on-site parking is available for overnight guests. Please see the Parking & Transportation section for information about traveling from the hotel to conference venue.
Information about alternative lodging options can be found through the BCS Convention and Visitors Bureau.
PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
Easterwood Airport (CLL) in College Station is served by American Eagle from Dallas (DFW) and Continental Airlines from Houston (IAH).
Shuttle service from Houston (IAH and HOU) airports is provided by Groundshuttle.com.
On-campus guest parking will be able to pay to park at parking meters located in the University Center or West Campus Garages.
Please visit the Transportation Services Visitor’s website for more information about on-campus parking.
Directions from Hyatt Place College Station to the University Center Garage (same route for lodging alternatives)
CONFERENCE HOST & LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS
For more information about the conference events and questions concerning registration or travel arrangements, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding provided by the Department of Philosophy, the Melbern G. Glasscock Center for Humanities Research, theWomen’s & Gender Studies Program, the European Union Center at TAMU, the Department of International Studies,Consulate General of Israel to the Southwest, and Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany (Houston).