Narrative: 2014 Meeting at Claremont CA

Our 2014 meeting will take place at Claremont Graduate University March 27-29.

Guest speaker: With generous support from Patrick Mason, chair of Mormon Studies there, and James Faulconer, Richard L Evans Chair of Religious Understanding at BYU, we are pleased to hear from guest speaker Richard Kearney, Charles B. Seelig Chair of Philosophy at Boston College. He will speak Saturday, March 29, at 2 pm.

The conference theme is narrative.

 

MSH 8-5x11

 
Registration and fees: You may register and pay the fees by credit card by going to the registration site at https://commerce.cashnet.com/WEBMSH. Please register by March 15. Fees are as follows:

Registration $65 includes Friday and Saturday lunches and amenities

Thursday dinner $20 (optional)

Friday dinner $20 (optional)

You may pay by check if you prefer, by March 15. Make to check to MSH and send to David Paxman, 423 E 1700 N, Mapleton, UT 84664.

Hotel: To take advantage of a group rate at the Claremont Doubletree Hotel, please contact davidpaxman@gmail.com by March 3.

Location: Claremont Graduate University is part of Claremont Colleges, a consortium of five undergraduate liberal arts colleges and two graduate institutions located in Claremont CA. Nearest airport is Ontario CA.  Conference events will center on Stauffer Hall and Albrecht Auditorium, at the corner of Tenth Street and Dartmouth Ave, Claremont, CA.

Driving directions: FROM I-10 EAST OR WEST, exit Indian Hill Blvd and travel north.  Turn right on Sixth St. Turn left on College Ave, then right on Tenth St.

FROM THE I-210 EAST OR WEST, exit at Baseline / Padua and travel west. Turn left on Monte Vista Ave. Turn right on Foothill Blvd. Turn left onto College Ave, then left on Tenth St.

FROM ONTARIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, take the San Bernardino Freeway (10) west to the Indian Hill Blvd. exit. Turn right onto Indian Hill Blvd. and drive north approximately 1.5 miles. Make a right turn onto Tenth Street and drive east three blocks.

Schedule: See below for the tentative schedule. We anticipate a few changes, but the overall time frame should allow you to plan.

Tod Robbins

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