2015 Conference Info
The American Men’s Studies Association’s Twenty-Third Conference on Men and Masculinities will be a joint conference with the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities of Stony Brook University and Men Engage. The conference will take place in Manhattan,
New York, New York, March 5-8, 2015.
The Joint Conference will celebrate the inauguration of the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities.
As more information is available,
it will be posted here.
Call for Papers
Registration for the 2015 Conference will open on November 25th 2014. Registration includes breakfast on Friday, March 6th and Saturday, March 7th.
Registrants will have the opportunity to purchase tickets for a banquet on the night of Friday, March 6th for an additional $50.00 USD per person (Students and people from the global south: $30.00).
Early registration will run from November 25th, 2014 to January 15th, 2015. Those who register during this time will pay the following:
- Students = $100.00 USD
- Individuals from the Global South = $100.00 USD
- All other registrants = $200.00 USD
After January 15th, 2015, registrants will pay the following:
- Students = $150.00 USD
- Individuals from the Global South = $150.00 USD
- All other registrants = $300.00 USD
The Roosevelt Hotel New York
45 East 45th Street, New York, NY 10017
For the conference rate ($199 per night) and to make hotel reservations click here
If you are requesting pre- or post-conference dates outside of the outlined registration link dates, please e-mail your reservation request to firstname.lastname@example.org
About New York City
New York is in North America’s Eastern Time Zone with Eastern Daylight Savings Time beginning on March 8, 2015. The average temperatures for the conference dates are highs of 44º (7º C) and lows of 29º (-2º C).
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