The Spring 2014 Texas Regional SSAWW Study Group meetings will be Saturday March 1, 2014 at University of Texas San Antonio, hosted by Joycelyn Moody. The common reading will be Jane Edna Hunter’s autobiography A Nickel and a Prayer (1940), edited by Rhondda Robinson Thomas, and recently reprinted as part of the West Virginia UP Regenerations Series (available here). Andreá Williams, who is author of Dividing Lines: Class Anxiety and Postbellum Black Fiction (U Michigan, 2013), will be a special guest participant in the discussion.
To RSVP, email Joycelyn Moody at firstname.lastname@example.org by February 3, 2014. Be sure to indicate whether you will stay for dinner.
LOCATION: The study group will be meet on UT San Antonio’s Main Campus (also known as the 1604 Campus): One UTSA Circle, San Antonio, TX 78249
Helpful Driving Directions: Enter campus from 1604 at the main entrance on John Peace Blvd, circle around the turnabout and enter Bauerle Road, which leads directly to a large parking garage not even 1/4 mile away. Park at this garage, Bauerle Garage, as it has free parking that day.
We will meet in the Business Building in the University Room: BB 2.06.04
Please follow this link to a campus map (pdf file) to assist with locating the Business Building.
PARKING: Parking will be open and free in the Bauerle Road Garage (adjacent to the Business Building as shown on the campus map).
LODGING: Recommended hotels:
Wyndham Garden San Antonio – Near La Cantera [please note, this hotel was until recently The Four Points - just to avoid confusion]
6809 North Loop 1604 West
San Antonio, Texas 78249
Staybridge Suites NW Near Six Flags Fiesta Texas
6919 North Loop 1604 West
San Antonio, TX 78249
AIRPORT SHUTTLE: Recommended: City Tours Inc.
DINNER LOCATION: Kona Grill
15900 La Cantera Pkwy #7300
San Antonio, TX 78256
Group reservations for the dinner will be handled by UTSA organizers; be sure to RSVP regarding whether you’ll attend dinner so we can get an accurate head count.
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