Registration

Register here for the 2019 Conference

Get the early bird discount if you register by August 1!  The registration fees include all meals except dinner on Saturday.

Full-time Employment, all days (with early bird discount)

$255 USD
Full-time Employment, all days (if you register after 8/1/18) $280 USD
Full-time Employment, Friday only (with early bird discount) $135 USD
Full-time Employment, Friday only (if you register after 8/1/18) $160 USD
Full-time Employment, Saturday only (with early bird discount) $125 USD
Full-time Employment, Saturday only (if you register after 8/1/18) $150 USD
Student/Retired/Underemployed, all days (with early bird discount) $240 USD
Student/Retired/Underemployed, all days (if you register after 8/1/18) $265 USD
Student/Retired/Underemployed, Friday only (with early bird discount) $120 USD
Student/Retired/Underemployed, Friday only (if you register after 8/1/18) $145 USD
Student/Retired/Underemployed, Saturday only (with early bird discount) $110 USD
Student/Retired/Underemployed, Saturday only (if you register after 8/1/18) $135 USD

Be sure to use the scroll bars on the right side and at the bottom to get to the "Register" and "Next" button. The registration fees include all meals except dinner on Saturday.  The early bird discount has expired.


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Graduate Student and Postdoctoral Funding:

In the past, graduate students have received funding through WiG member donations and through the generous support of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), for which we are grateful. The organizers are currently seeking funding to offset travel and lodging costs for graduate student and postdoctoral participants. If you are in that category, please make sure you identify yourself to the organizers at the conference. 

Women in German Conference - Sewanee

c/o Dr. Liesl Allingham, Department of German
735 University Ave.
Sewanee, TN. 37383 | wigconference@sewanee.edu

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