SERSAS Logo, Courtesy Jonathan T. Reynolds

Southeastern Regional Seminar in African Studies (SERSAS)


Fall 2002 SERSAS Conference
8 - 9 November 2002

Clemson University
Clemson, South Carolina, USA


Directions and Friday's Reception          Directions and Saturday's Conference         


Reception for South Eastern Regional Seminar On African Studies
Fall 2002 Meeting - Clemson, South Carolina
Drinks & Snacks
Friday, 8 November, 6:30 p.m. until
Holtzendorff Hall, Clemson Campus
See also Clemson Maps

Directions to SERSAS Reception:

Clemson University is off of I-85 in Clemson, SC. It can also be reached via the nearest regional airport, the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport.

Holtzendorff Hall: Starting from Alumni/Visitors Center and adjacent Alumni Circle turn left onto North Palmetto Boulevard; travel on North Palmetto Boulevard for 0.10 mile; turn left onto Daniel Drive; travel on Daniel Drive for 0.06 mile; turn left onto Sherman Street; travel on Sherman Street for 0.05 mile; turn right onto Highway 93; travel on Highway 93 for 0.14 mile; turn left into parking lot; travel on parking lot for 0.03 mile; then turn left into Holtzendorff Hall.

Suggested Accommodations:

Accommodation for participants may be found at the following:

The James Martin Inn on campus or
The Sleep Inn, 1303 Tiger Blvd., Clemson, SC, USA (864)-653-6000.


SERSAS takes great pride in providing a friendly and collegial atmosphere which facilitates the open exchange of scholarly perspectives. Faculty are encouraged to bring graduate and undergraduate students as a means of introducing them to the workings of an academic conference.

Program


Friday, 8 November: Welcome Reception, 6:30 pm,
Holtzendorff Hall (directions above)

Saturday, 9 November: Holtzendorff Hall (same directions as reception)


    Contact the Coordinators
Aran MacKinnon
Nonso Okereafoezeke

Join SERSAS/Renew Dues
Email James W. Brown, Treasurer or see him at the conference.

Visit the SERSAS Home Page
http://www.ecu.edu/african/sersas/homepage.htm

Send corrections/suggestions to Kenneth Wilburn, Web Editor for SERSAS

First Online Edition: 27 October 2002
Last Revised: 20 December 2002