43rd Annual Meeting
International Merleau-Ponty Circle
The Normal and Abnormal
November 8-10, 2018 | University of Tennessee Chattanooga | Chattanooga, TN
Jenny Slatman, Tillburg University
Magic Show and Lecture by Lawrence Hass
Musical Performance by Rachel McCann and Carnal Echo
To see a full outline of the Conference, please see our Conference Program.
Please read carefully before clicking on a link. The International Merleau-Ponty Circle does not have any fees. The fees are for the conference, the business lunch, and the banquet. The fees are packaged since each transaction costs $15; it is less expensive to buy them together than separately. Only registration is required, but we heartily encourage you to come to the banquet and business lunch.
|Faculty Reg., Business Lunch, and Banquet
||$185 ($85 registration, $35 business lunch, $50 banquet, $15 service fee)
|Faculty Reg. and Business Lunch Only
||$135 ($85 registration, $35 business lunch, $15 service fee)
|Faculty Reg. and Business Banquet Only
||$150 ($85 registration, $50 banquet, $15 service fee)
|Faculty Reg. Only
||$100 ($85 registration, $15 service fee)
|Grad Student Reg.
||$60 ($45 registration, $15 service fee)
Graduate students who are presenting or moderating will have the business lunch and banquet covered.
Receipts detailing your purchase for reimbursement will be sent by email within 24-hours if the automated receipt is insufficient.
A block of rooms has been reserved at the Read House, November 7-11th, 2018. The Read House is a historic inn located in the center of Chattanooga with many coffee shops, restaurants, and sights to see. The University is less than a mile away.
The rates are $129 per night for either One King or Two Queen Beds. Please call the Hotel to make your reservation under “The International Merleau-Ponty Circle.” 423-266-4121 http://www.thereadhousehotel.com .
Accessibility requests, concerns, or suggestions are welcome. Please directly contact the conference [email protected] .
All correspondence will be kept in confidence.
Conference Director: Talia Welsh, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
All inquiries: [email protected] .
Funding for the conference from the Department of Philosophy & Religion, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Honors College, and the Office of the Vice-Chancellor for Research is gratefully acknowledged.