MSA Modernist Studies Association 6th Annual Conference

 
Housing : The Doubletree Hotel (Conference Hotel)


Registration for the hotel rate is now closed . In order to make your reservation, please contact Angela Mayhue (918/732-3603) or her assistant, Marshelle Freeman (918/732-3607).

The deadline for hotel registration at the conference rate is October 4, 2006.


Please note
, if you need to stay in Tulsa an extra night for travel purposes, you may receive the same hotel rate for Sunday night as well. Please register online through October 21; then, you will need to contact the hotel directly and make the extra-day reservation with Sales Manager, Angela Mayhue (918/732-3603) or her assistant, Marshelle Freeman (918/732-3607). Do let them know you are with MSA 8.


Doubletree Hotel Tulsa-Downtown
616 W. Seventh Street,
Tulsa, Oklahoma, 74127-8983
United States

Tel: +1-918-587-8000  Fax: +1-918-587-3001 



Internet :

1. The hotel lobby has free wireless availability. If you would like to use the FREE internet on your personal computer, you will need to have a wireless-enabled laptop.

2. A Business Office with computers/internet is available to all hotel guests at no charge.

3. Internet access (ethernet) in your room is available for a fee.





Airport and Transportation

The Doubletree also provides complimentary shuttle service to and from Tulsa International Airport, which is 15 minutes away. Please call the hotel using the hotel phones located at the airport if you would like to be picked up.

If the hotel shuttle is available, the Doubletree also provides complimentary service to certain restaurant/shopping districts in Tulsa. Ask the front desk for more information.



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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