African Americans and the Mississippi River: Race, History and the Environment

Event status:

Exploring the cultural, social, historical and political significance of some of the world’s key river systems.

Date:
Thursday 30 November 2017 05:30 pm until Thursday 30 November 2017 08:00 pm (Add to calendar)
Contact:
Kerry Nixon
csi@latrobe.edu.au
Presented by:
Associate Professor Jamie Pittock
Type of Event:
Conference

Cross-Cultural Water Use

Panel: Susan Lawrence, Robyn Bartel

Keynote speaker: Dorothy Zeisler-Vralsted, Eastern Washington University, USA Professor of International Affairs and Political Science; Co-Director, UNESCO Project in Water and Indigenous Peoples, at MAMA, commencing 5 30 pm

Conference Dinner @ Canteen, Albury 7pm

Registration Fees

Full Conference: Nov 28 – Dec 2

includes Conference Dinner, Cultural Tour, Field Trip to Beechworth Diggings, lunches, morning and afternoon teas, transfers to and from Melbourne

  • $550
  • $350 student/ concession

Four Days: Nov 28 – Dec 1

includes Conference Dinner, Cultural Tour, lunches, morning and afternoon teas, transfers to and from Melbourne

  • $500
  • $325 student/ concession

Albury Three Days: Nov 30 – Dec 2

includes Conference Dinner, Field Trip to Beechworth Diggings, lunches, morning and afternoon teas,

  • $450
  • $275 student/ concession

Albury Two Days: Nov 30 – Dec 1

includes Conference Dinner, lunches, morning and afternoon teas

  • $400 student/ concession
  • $300 student/ concession

Albury Two Days with no Conference Dinner

  • $250 student/ concession
  • $150 student/ concession

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MAMA

546 Dean Street, Albury

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