Meetings

Upcoming Meeting

Salt Lake City UT, September 27-28, 2019 Annual Meeting

Plans are well under way for the 2019 meeting of the Western Conference on British Studies to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah. We hope you will join us!

The WCBS Program Committee, co-chaired by Susan Grayzel and Joseph Ward of Utah State University, is pulling together a meeting that promises to be both interdisciplinary and wide-ranging in its temporal span. Scholars of Britain, the British Atlantic World, and the British Empire broadly defined are invited to participate.

The draft program may be found here: WCBS2019CurrentSchedule

If you have questions about the submission process or suggestions for program development, please contact:

Susan Grayzel or Joe Ward
WCBS Program Co-Chairs
Utah State University
Email: s.grayzel@usu.edu or joe.ward@usu.edu

Hotel Bookings and Local Information: Transport, Dining, Sights

Our conference hotel is the Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel. The conference rates of: 

  Traditional room: $149/night (+12.6% tax)

  Deluxe room: $174/night (+12.6% tax)

  Sheraton Club Level Room: $179/night (+12.6% tax)

  Suite: $224/night (+12.6% tax)

will be available from Thursday, September 26 through Saturday September 28.  The conference sessions will run on Friday September 27 and Saturday September 28. Please mention the “2019 Western Conference British Studies” when making your hotel reservations.

PLEASE BOOK YOUR HOTEL ROOM BEFORE AUGUST 27, 2019 TO RECEIVE THE CONFERENCE RATE.  Reservations: 1-801-401-2000

Conference Registration

Registration form and payment information may be found here: WCBS 2019 Registration Form-1. Early registration may be made by cheque or via PayPal to our treasurer, Jamie Bronstein, with a credit card.

Past & Future Meetings

2023: T.B.A. (with NACBS)

2022: T.B.A.

2021: T.B.A.

2020: T.B.A.

2019: Salt Lake City, UT

2018: San Antonio, TX

2017: Denver, CO (with NACBS)

2016: Tempe, AZ

2015: Austin, TX

2014: Calgary, AB

2013: Kansas City, MO

2012: Las Vegas, NV

2011: Denver, CO (with NACBS)

2010: Austin, TX

2009: Tempe, AZ

2008: San Antonio, TX

2007: Albuquerque, NM

2006: Dallas, TX

2005: Denver, CO (with NACBS)

2004: San Antonio, TX

2003: Tucson, AZ

2002: Little Rock, AR

2001: Houston, TX

2000: Denver, CO

1999: Tucson, AZ

1998: Colorado Springs, CO (with NACBS)

1997:  Fort Worth, TX

1996:

1995:  Houston, TX

1994:  Fayetteville, AR

1993:  Albuquerque, NM

1992:  Boulder, CO

1991:

1990:  Snowbird, UT

1989:  Austin, TX

1988:

1987:  Lincoln, NB

1986:  Denver, CO

1985:  San Antonio, TX

1984:

 

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