PCCBS Annual Meeting: UC Santa Barbara, March 23-25, 2018

The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies welcomes you to its 45th Annual Meeting, to be held at UC Santa Barbara 23-25 March 2018. 

The website for the conference, providing information on both the speakers and the venue, can be found at: PCCBS Santa Barbara 2018

The conference program also can be found at: PCCBS 2018 Program

REGISTRATION

Please register by Wednesday, February 16, 2018. All participants must be registered. Registration will also be available at the meeting on Friday and Saturday.

You are urged to reserve Saturday lunch in advance, as seating will be limited. Please check if you would like a vegetarian or vegan option so we can plan accordingly.

You may register online at the following link (please note that there is a $3.95 fee and a 4.95% service fee on credit cards): ONLINE REGISTRATION

Alternately, you may send completed registration/membership form and payment to:
Dr. Patty Seleski
Department of History
California State University, San Marcos
San Marcos, CA 92096

HOTEL INFORMATION

(1) The main hotel for attendees is The Kimpton Goodland, with rooms at $159 per night. When you make your reservation, please be sure to select the dates of the program (3/22 – 3/25) and enter “E4Y” in the Group ID field. Guests who prefer to call-in reservations can request the group rate for “UCSB Pacific Coast Conference” when calling 1-800-KIMPTON.

(2) In addition, 34 rooms are available in the UCSB Faculty Club at $199 per night each (including breakfast, and all other fees, taxes, etc.). Booking arrangements are spelled out in the PDF attached here: UCSB Faculty Club

Transportation between the Goodland and UCSB on will be available on Friday night, Saturday morning, and Sunday morning.

If you need further information, please contact PCCBS President Simon Devereaux (University of Victoria) or PCCBS Secretary David Clemis (Mount Royal University). We look forward to seeing you in Santa Barbara!

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