MSA Modernist Studies Association 6th Annual Conference


Child Care


DISCLAIMER: In order to give child-care options at the conference, the MSA conference committee is giving child-care information in order to facilitate such care for those members who are in need of child-care services. This child care service is in no way connected with, or endorsed by, The University of Tulsa or The Modernist Studies Association.

Individuals wishing to hire sitters may contact "SeekingSitters," who have agreed to be available upon request for sitting at the conference hotel at competitive rates. You will need to provide the room in which you would like your child to be watched. All sitters are CPR certified.

https://www.seekingsitters.com/index.asp

SeekingSitters on-call babysitter referral service can be utilized for a family’s specific one-time, part-time or full-time need. SeekingSitters takes care of screening, interviewing, performing background checks and only approved sitters are accepted as a Certified Sitter. And you can relax knowing your children will be having fun with the Certified Sitter while in the safety of your own home.

 
   
   
   


For all inquiries, contact: msa8 at utulsa.edu

Supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities, the James Joyce Quarterly, the
Modernist Journals Project
, Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, and the
Departments of English and Foreign Languages.

Organized by Sean Latham, Holly Laird, Joseph Kestner, and Bruce Dean Willis.

Image credit: The Chauffeur by Christopher Nevinson (courtesy of the Modernist Journals Project)


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