The French of England:
Multilingualism in Practice, c. 1100-c. 1500

27th Annual Conference of the Center for Medieval Studies, Fordham University
Friday, March 30 - Sunday, April 1, 2007
At the Lincoln Center Campus of Fordham University
General Information

Registration
Enrollment for the conference is limited and will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. The fee includes refreshments and the evening reception but does not include lunch. A list of local resturants will be supplied with your registration packet. There is no per session fee. If you pay with a check, no registration confirmation will be sent: your canceled check will serve as your receipt. If you pay with credit card through our online registration, a confirmation email will be sent.

Meeting Location
The conference venue is the 12th Floor Faculty Lounge of the Leon Lowenstein Building in the Fordham University Lincoln Center Campus, located at 113 West 60th Street (bounded by West 60th and West 62nd Streets, Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues). The Lincoln Center Campus can be reached by subway (A, B, C, D, 1 and 9 to 59th Street at Columbus Circle), and by city bus (M5, M7, M11, M104). The one-way fare is $2.00.

Registration Desk
The registration desk will be located outside the Faculty Lounge at the conference venue beginning at 8:30on Saturday morning. Registration packets will include a name badge, a notice of any changes in the program, maps, a list of local restaurants, and information regarding New York City.

Food and Drink
Refreshments will be served during the coffee breaks on Saturday, and a reception will follow the final session on Saturday. A list of restaurants will be provided with your registration packet for your reference, as lunch on Saturday will not be provided.

Further Information
For other questions regarding the conference, please contact the Center for Medieval Studies: 718-817-4656; fax 718-817-3987; email: medievals@fordham.edu.

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