Exhibitor and Advertiser Information
Nearly 2,000 people have pre-registered for the 2014 NWSA conference, making this event is the best way to reach a growing number of women’s and gender studies researchers, educators, students, and community/cultural activists.
Check out the exhibitor guide
The 2014 exhibit hall will open on Friday afternoon before bell hooks’ keynote address. NWSA will encourage participants to visit the exhibit hall with a light reception, and signage directing them to the exhibit hall located directly next to the keynote address.
10am – 2pm Register andset up
TBA Exhibitors’ only coffee break
6pm – 7pm Light reception
3pm – 7pm Exhibit hours
7pm – 9pm Keynote: bell hooks, in ballroom directly adjacent to the exhibit hall
9am – 5pm Exhibit hours
9am – 12noon Exhibit hours
12noon – 2pm Tear down
Ready to Reserve a Booth?
1. Review the EXHIBIT HALL MAP for available booth numbers (CHOOSE A NON HIGHLIGHTED BOOTH)
2. Complete the Exhibitor Application Form and submit with payment to email@example.com or via fax to 410-528-0357
Email Patti.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Questions? Email Patti.email@example.com
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Join these exhibitors who have reserved their booth for 2014:
101 Signs Journal
102 Seal Press
103 Ms in the Classroom
105 Feminist Majority
104/106 SUNY Press
110/112/114 Scholar's Choice
111 Oxford University Press
113 Peace is Loud
201/203 University of Illinois Press
202 The Feminist Press
204 Palgrave Macmillan
206 Women's, Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice at CIIS
209 Feminist Studies
210 NYU Press
211 Gender and Women's Studies Librarian/ UWisconsin
212 CSPI/ Women's Press
213 Union Institute And University
214 Wiki Education Foundation
302 Widener University Center for Human Sexuality Studies
304 Institute of International Education
306 Claremont Graduate University
310 Institute for Spanish Language Acquisition
312 The African American Policy Forum
314 Civil Liberties and Public Policy at Hampshire College